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Cutting the clutter in your home
Driver arrested after 140 mph chase has lengthy criminal history
Home intruder shot, killed in northern N.D.
Trump invites Netanyahu to Washington for visit
From bucks to Bullwinkle, animals are hungry this winter
Downtown Fargo restaurant Kitchen Gremlin goes out of business
City of Fargo issues permit for rebuild of Bison Turf, owner hopes to open by March
Third clothing store to close soon at West Acres
Business closings are sign Fargo-Moorhead economy is returning to normal
Solberg earns skydive award
McFeely: It’s the media’s duty to shine light on hatred
Veeder: Hot dish and ice slabs key to staying warm in January
Swift: Lessons learned from watching parents age
Port: Meet Burgum the Politician
Fielding Questions: Ice cream bucket propagation for African violets
Lloyd & Joan (Short) Anderson
Wes And Harryette Bartron
Nursery News (1-18-17)
Nursery News (1-11-17)
Senior luncheon, baked potato feed coming up
Nursery News (1-4-17)
Nursery News (date)
Forsberg’s goals cap Nashville’s comeback at Wild
Towns lifts Wolves past Nuggets
Brady, Pats rout Steelers for another AFC title
Falcons flatten Packers to reach Super Bowl
Royals pitcher Ventura killed in car crash
Gardening for seniors
Red River Singles sets schedule
Lighting up the night
Hanson: 15-month milestone marked by testing Dad with 'The Look'
Gold Discovered in West Fargo
Home & Garden
Red River Valley Fair
Flight lines: Staying connected with birds and those who watch them
Flight Lines: Difficult conditions don't stop local bird count; local birders take part in hemisphere-wide census
Cook: Some days just require a fire
MN announces plans to close hatchery used to raise trout, salmon
Nocturnal bird a rich source of lore
Bruce W. Brownlee
Cleona May (Opgrand) Harman
January 14, 2017
Cass sheriff says intense ND pipeline protests haunted his dreams nightly
FARGO—Paul Laney's phone rang on a Saturday while he was relaxing as he watched televised coverage of the summer Olympics. Little did the...
January 14, 2017 - 11:28am
January 13, 2017
ND considers free college tuition to help recruit police
FARGO — North Dakota legislators are mulling granting law enforcement officers a tuition waiver to help them earn a college degree, an...
January 13, 2017 - 8:25pm
December 10, 2016
As Minnesota works to close racial gaps, law enforcement plays a key role
ST. PAUL — Minnesota's criminal justice system arrests, charges, tries and incarcerates people of color at rates that are disproportionate...
December 10, 2016 - 8:15pm
December 1, 2016
Fargo radio host holds supply drive for law enforcement at pipeline protest
FARGO—Jay Thomas doesn't have much of an office now due to an overflow of donations from the community to support law enforcement at the Dakota...
December 1, 2016 - 8:34pm
November 28, 2016
'Know the Truth' video series aims to set the record straight about protest, law enforcement conflict
The Morton County Sheriff's Department wants to set the record straight about protest conflict, and is doing so with a video series titled, "Know...
November 28, 2016 - 8:17pm
October 31, 2016
Federal panel begins Minnesota police civil rights study
ST. PAUL—A federal study of relations between Minnesota police and their communities has expanded from Hennepin County to statewide. A...
October 31, 2016 - 4:41pm
August 25, 2016
'No good news,' Stenehjem says as ND serious crime up 10 percent in 2015
BISMARCK — Last year's economic slowdown in North Dakota didn't put the brakes on criminal activity, as the state posted its highest increase...
August 25, 2016 - 5:21pm