West Fargo Pioneer Staff Report
Western State Bank recently awarded two local students with $250 savings scholarships as part of their scholastic recognition program, Western Pays for A's. The scholastic recognition program is designed to reward students for their hard work in school. Matthew Hewitt and Nolan Becher, both of West Fargo, were selected as the Western Pays for A's $250 savings scholarships winners for the first semester of the 2012-2013 school year. "Western is dedicated to supporting the communities we serve, especially
Choice Financial presented a check for more than $20,000 to Hospice of the Red River Valley (HRRV) with proceeds generated from the 'Go Hawaiian for Hospice' fundraiser held July 2 in Fargo.
Coldwell Banker First Realty, Fargo, recently named Bryce Huotari to the role of President. Huotari joined Coldwell Banker Commercial First Realty in 2001 as a sales professional and became manager of the commercial division in 2012. A graduate of the University of North Dakota, Huotari holds a bachelor's degree in Business and Public Administration, double-majoring in Marketing and Management. Huotari is a licensed real estate agent in North Dakota and Minnesota and attained the Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation in 2006.
The West Fargo Soccer Club has reached a personal milestone with its U19B "FC Packers" team, which played in its first tournament, the Tri-City Tournament in Fargo, on Sunday, June 30. The U19B team is the first entire team to be formed from "new Americans" and those waiting to become American citizens. The team is made up of 14 players from Nepal and three from Somalia. They range from ages 15 to 19 and all are West Fargo students.
Travis and Jessica Magnuson, West Fargo, are the parents of a son, Cooper, born June 27, 2013 at 2:49 p.m. at Essentia Health, Fargo. He weighed 7 pounds 7 ounces and was 21 ½ inches long. Cooper joins a sister, Kellen. Grandparents are David and Robyn Holm and Lyle and Wendy Magnuson, all of Fargo and David and Candace Pearson, West Fargo. Allen Holm, Fargo, is the great-grandfather.
Annual StreetsAlive! energizing summer events promise to spark movement in area communities. In downtown Fargo-Moorhead, three miles of streets through both cities will be closed to cars to encourage walking, running, biking, rollerblading, dancing and other human movement. Special events, demonstrations and vendor booths spill over into parking lots and parks along the route. People may join in StreetsAlive! activities anywhere along the route.
The Home Builders Association of Fargo-Moorhead has received two Awards of Excellence from the Executive Officers Council of the National Association of Home Builders: "Best Public Relations Program Conducted - 2012 Permit Reports/News Conferences" and "Best Local Government Affairs Effort - Candidate Forums and Legislative Candidate Open House." The awards will be presented during the NAHB Association Leadership Institute conference in August in Portland, Ore.
West Fargo Municipal Court, June 12, June 14, June 17 and June 19 No Valid Drivers License: Huda S. Alhamadah, Fargo, $20 fine, $130 court costs. Rebecca Marie Geyer, Fargo,...
More than 12,000 walkers and runners showed up Saturday for the Run or Dye 5K at the Red River Valley Fairgrounds. Participants enjoyed a colorful good time, all the while...
The West Fargo Park District's Farmers Market and Beyond is scheduled to open on Monday July 8. Items for sale will include fresh produce, herbs, breads, jams, jellies, flowers, home based business products and handcrafted items will also be for sale. Summer market hours are: Mondays and Thursdays, July 8 through Oct. 3 from 4 to 7 p.m. The market is located at South Elmwood Park parking lot, 500 13th Ave. W.t, West Fargo. The Farmers Market is open to area produce growers, home crafters and other agriculture products. Booth spaces are $15 per day.