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Fargo Police Make Arrest on Robbery Suspects

The two suspects allegedly pointed a gun at their victim before throwing him out of their car

  Fargo Police make an arrest of two suspects in an armed robbery that happened Monday afternoon. Police say 23-year-old Peter Fineboy and 20-year-old Hutchingson Davies approached the victim on the 2500 block of Broadway North and offered him a ride. The victim says the men pointed a gun at him and demanded money before throwing him out of the car…

Acting Secretary of the Army Directs Corps of Engineers to Proceed with Easement

The acting Secretary of the Army, Robert Speer, says the Army Corps of Engineers will proceed with the easement

  Senator John Hoeven says the acting Secretary of the Army, Robert Speer, informed him he has directed the Army Corps of Engineers to proceed with the easement needed to complete the Dakota Access pipeline. The Indigenous Environmental Network issued the following statement: “We are disgusted but not surprised by the Secretary of the Army’s decision to recommend the easement…

More Than a Thousand Gather at Anti-Trump Protest in Minneapolis

Protesters say they want to stand with their immigrant sisters and brothers

  Another anti-Trump protest pops-up in downtown Minneapolis. The Anti-War Committee organized the protest in response to President Trump’s immigration executive orders. More than a thousand people showed up this afternoon at the Minneapolis Federal Building. A spokesperson says the group wants to send a message to the president and stand in solidarity with their immigrant sisters and brothers. They…

MATBUS Changing Up Some Moorhead Routes

Moorhead MATBUS will be making some changes to a number of its popular routes

MATBUS is making changes to some of its routes in Moorhead. The affected routes will be four, five, seven and eight. Route seven will be completely eliminated and the areas serviced by seven will be picked up by route eight. Route four will extend its service until 11:15 p.m. People with MATBUS said these changes should come as a positive…

Developers Transforming a 100-Year-Old Horse Stable into a Restaurant

A historic horse stable in the downtown Fargo area is turning into a resturant

A former horse stable in downtown Fargo that is more than a century old is to be redeveloped into a restaurant after getting a tax break. The two story wooden structure was built for horses used by a construction company between 1905 and 1910. It’s attached to the back of the Prairie Roots Co-Op building. The restaurant, which is not…

NDSU Students are Freezin’ for a Reason

Members of Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity and Kappa Delta Sorority hosts their annual Freeze–A–Thon

NDSU students say they are freezin’ for a reason this week. Members of Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity and Kappa Delta Sorority are hosting their annual Freeze–A–Thon. Day or night, rain or shine, nothing will stop these students from fundraising. “We stand here on the corner of 12th and University for 120 hours straight, five full days to accept donations for…

Senator John Hoeven Meets with President Trump’s Ag Secretary Pick

Senator Hoeven and Governor Perdue have worked together for many years on issues in the Ag industry

Senator Hoeven has spent some time with President Trump’s Ag Secretary nominee. Hoeven and Sonny Perdue, the former governor of Georgia, talked about the importance of building a coalition to pass a new farm bill. He says they also talked about maintaining strong crop insurance options for farmers and ranchers. Hoeven is a member of the Senate Agriculture Committee and…

Repeal of ND Blue Law Still Alive in Legislature

The legislation is now headed to the senate with supporters hoping it passes

  The battle over Sunday shopping restrictions in North Dakota isn’t over yet. The house has voted to reconsider a bill to repeal the state’s blue laws. The vote was 48 to 46. The bill had failed on Monday after a vote of 50 to 44 in the house. It was reintroduced by state Rep. Pamela Anderson of Fargo, who…

Fargo Park District Announces Ticket Sales for Butterfly Ball

The popular annual event sells out every year

  Tickets go on sale in one week for a very popular Fargo Park District event for fathers and daughters. The annual Butterfly Ball, a semi-formal father-daughter dance, will be held on two nights this year. It will be held March 3 and 4 at Ramada Plaza & Suites. The event sells out each year. Tickets are $20 per person…

Two Investigations of Thief River Falls Hockey Players Result in Game Forfeitures

TRF School Superintendent says due to Minnesota privacy laws, he cannot give further information on the investigations

Courtesy: Thief River Falls High School Website  Two investigations of hockey programs in Thief River Falls have resulted in a number of games being forfeited. According to Thief River Falls School Superintendent Bradley Bergstrom, high school and JV players were told last night they will forfeit games on Thursday and Saturday. The JV team will also forfeit a game tonight….