West Fargo Pioneer Staff Report
Martha Sloan, daughter of Mark and Jocelyn Sloan, West Fargo, received the North Dakota State University Freshman Academic Scholarship in the amount of $4,500. The scholarship recognizes high academic achievement. Sloan will enter NDSU in the fall and plans to major in architecture. In high school, she was active in National Honor Society. -30-
Students receive MSUM scholarships Heather Brasel, West Fargo, has received a $500 Upper Class Scholarship from Minnesota State University Moorhead, while Amy Matzke, West Fargo, has received a $1000 Upper Class Scholarship from Minnesota State University Moorhead. Brasel is the child of Ron and Renee Brasel, and Matzke's parents are Marty and Debbie Matzke.
Sheyenne Ninth Grade Q4 Honor Roll *Denotes 4.0
The City of West Fargo will conduct warning siren testing on Wednesday, May 22. MidStates Communication of Fargo has been contracted to check all warning signs within the city. Testing will begin at 9 a.m.
The West Fargo Exchange Club is adding another outreach type program to their already busy community roster of involvement. Thanks to co-sponsors Choice Financial and Indigo Signs, the club will be hosting a West Fargo Business Social on Tuesday, April 2 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the West Fargo VFW, 308 Sheyenne St. The free event will provide the opportunity for West Fargo business people to visit with one another and learn more about their respective service offerings.
Chad and Charity Lewis, West Fargo, are the parents of a daughter, Ariana Abygale , born March 8, 2013 at 8:50 p.m. at Essentia Health, Fargo. She weighed 5 pounds...
The Stars of Life is a special program, with a sole purpose of publicly recognizing and celebrating the achievements of all people working in the selfless and heroic ambulance industry. The Stars of Life Program seeks to honor outstanding individuals as a thank you for their service, their sacrifice, and the inspiration they bring to everyone. Any member of the industry that epitomizes the spirit and commitment of the state’s top ambulance service professionals is eligible for selection of this award.
The West Fargo Mystikix took home the National Championship in both the Kick and Jazz divisions at the Dance Extreme Americup Nationals in Minneapolis on Feb. 24. They also took third in the Hip-Hop division. Their Kick routine also earned them the Judge’s Choice award, which was given to only 14 of the 687 routines that were performed over the weekend. The judges chose one routine in each category that stood out and the 14 winners performed again at the end of the weekend in a judge’s showcase.
The first annual Prom Dress Buy/Sell/Exchange will be held Camy Couture boutique, located at 1420 9th St. E. in the Pioneer Center, West Fargo, on Sunday, March 17 from noon...
Bonanzaville has hired Anna Rice as the new Guest Relations Supervisor. Rice is a graduate Concordia College, with a dual bachelor’s degree in Public Relations-Communication Studies and Theatre Art.