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Benjamin Huber, a senior at West Fargo High School, has been named the West Fargo Exchange Club Student of the Month for April. He the son of Jason and Maira Huber, West Fargo.
Gov. Jack Dalrymple and North Dakota Department of Commerce Tourism Division Director Sara Otte Coleman announced this year's recipients of the Governor's Travel and Tourism Awards in a ceremony in Grand Forks on April 17.
The Red River Valley Fair Association held their Annual Meeting on Tuesday, April 16, 2013 with agenda items including the discussion of the 2013 Red River Valley Fair, 2013 Big Iron Farm Show, plus voting in newly elected board members and officers.
Superintendent David Flowers announced Wednesday that Adam Gehlhar has been named as an Assistant Principal for Cheney Middle School and Michelle Weber has been named as the Assistant Principal for Liberty Middle School.
West Fargo Public Schools has announced that the district’s second Annual New Neighbor Night Celebration is coming up tomorrow night. New Neighbor Night was established last year as a way to recognize and honor the diversity within WFPS, as well as the district’s ever-increasing New American population. With over 600 people in attendance last year, it was a wonderful example of the growing community.
Derek and Nina Wentz, West Fargo, are the parents of a son, Elias Jay, born on March 31, 2013, at 2:48 a.m. at Sanford Health. He weighed 8 pounds 5...
The Costco Auto Program today launched the Volvo Limited-Time Offer, a joint Costco member promotion with Volvo Cars of North America, LLC. The offer extends Volvo Employee Pricing to Costco...
Western State Bank announces its 2013 Future Checking Scholarship winners that are granted to full-time students based on their academic achievements, community efforts and commitment to quality education. Recognized as...
The Home Builders Association of Fargo-Moorhead will be hosting its Spring Parade of Homes showcasing 73 newly constructed homes by 40 HBA of F-M Builder members, during a nine-day run...
"The federal Census people are coming back," Chief Security Officer Garvey Erfald half shouted as he entered the community hall where the members of the Homeland Security Committee were choosing chairs for the regular spring meeting. The announcement sent shivers through the crowd. To ward off disorder, Chairperson Ork Dorken banged his coke bottle and called for order. He did it twice before anyone noticed.