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Players for the West Fargo Stampede B1 White and Yellow squads battle it out at Elmwood Park during the West Fargo Hockey Association Squirt Winter Classic on Monday, Jan. 21. Blustery conditions and a snowy surface didn't stop the players and parents from enjoying a taste of old time hockey.
Lance Johnson performs on the Mighty Wurlitzer organ on Monday, Dec. 17, during the noon holiday organ concert series presented by the Red River Chapter of the American Theatre Organ Society and the Fargo Theatre. The noon concerts continue Dec. 19-21, and guests are encouraged to bring a nonperishable food item for the Emergency Food Pantry. David Samson / The Forum
FARGO — More than 100 people showed up for the fourth annual Sheriff's Seized Property and Gun Auction on Friday , Dec. 14, in hopes of finding good deals on items seized by law enforcement. Along with an assortment of firearms — from pistols and shotguns to rifles and revolvers — the auction also sold off other miscellaneous items seized by police, like air rifles, sporting goods, knives, power tools, gun accessories and appliances.
Dan Angstam starts his mini snow blower as he helps his neighbor Dan Faulkner, background, clean off his driveway in north Fargo on Wednesday, Dec. 12. David Samson / The Forum
Kay Edwards of West Fargo enjoys the mild temperatures with her grandson, Jacob Moses, during a late afternoon outing on the swings at Maplewood Park in West Fargo on Monday, Dec. 10. David Samson / The Forum
West Fargo Parks employees Dave Opdahl and Andi Wagemann spend a frigid morning flooding the ice skating area at Tintes Park in West Fargo on Thursday, Dec. 6. David Samson / The Forum
A 900-ton crane extends above downtown Fargo's skyline on Tuesday, Dec. 4, at the Block 9 tower construction site. It's said to be the largest mobile crane in the upper Midwest. A 200-ton mobile crane was used to assemble the 900-ton mobile crane, which will be used to erect one of two tower cranes at the site. The first tower crane will be used to help assemble the second tower crane. David Samson / The Forum
The West Fargo Rattlers 12-year-old team captured the Cal Ripken North Dakota title in the 70-foot division last Saturday, earning a spot in the Midwest Plains Regionals scheduled July 10-15 in Booneville, Mo. West Fargo defeated Grand Forks 8-2, Bismarck 7-1 and topped Fargo 12-2 in the finals. West Fargo's Alex Urlaub was named tournament most valuable player. This is the team's second straight state championship and third title in the last four years.