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Fargo Juneteenth marchers describe why they’re speaking out

Protestor Avalon says he would like to see more reform from the police departments in the F-M area and across the country.

FARGO, N.D. — With large groups of impassioned protesters taking the streets of downtown Fargo, marchers like Avalon say it’s about putting an end to violence and racism. “I just feel like “Am I going to be the next one of who’s the victim of a crime? Am I going to be the next one who’s a victim of brutality?…

Vigil Being Held July 2nd for Moorhead Girl Who Drowned at Buffalo State Park

The family has set up a Memorial Account with Wells Fargo Bank and GoFundMe called the Grace Elizabeth Bettie Memorial Account

MINNESOTA, Minn. — The family of Grace Bettie will be holding a candlelight vigil near the swimming area at the Buffalo River State Park on Monday. They are inviting the public to honor Grace’s memory at 6 pm, July 2nd. Candles will also be provided for anyone attending by the family. The family has set up a Memorial Account with…

NDSU Choir Brings their Talent Back Home

More than 80 students are a part of the choir and have been preparing for their spring break tour for months

FARGO, N.D. — The NDSU Choir has spent its spring break traveling around the region to perform. But now, they are back on their home turf, singing for their friends and family one last time. More than 80 students are a part of the choir and have been preparing for their spring break tour for months. The director of the…

Fargo Named 2018’s Top Job Market in the Country

The online jobs platform, ZipRecruiter, says Fargo stands out because of its low unemployment

  FARGO, ND — Good news job seekers: Fargo has been ranked the top job market for 2018 by ZipRecruiter. The online jobs platform says Fargo stands out because of its low unemployment. The city’s rate is around 1.6 percent, compared to 3.9 percent for the average metro. Fargo also earned high marks for the rate of “new collar” jobs,…

Over 100 Years of Business Now Becomes a Part of Fargo History

There are over 100 years of stories to be told from The Nestor Tavern in Fargo

FARGO, ND — One of the oldest bars in Fargo is closing its doors and leaving behind years of history. Customers are sharing some of their favorite memories about The Nestor Tavern. “Cheers to The Nestor,” said Rodney Kubischta, a customer at the bar. “I’m sad to see it go,” said Ken Roland, another customer. People are raising their glasses…

Metro Flood Board of Authority to Pick Executive Director

An Executive Director of the Diversion Authority is expected to be picked on Thursday

  FARGO, ND — It is decision time for the Metro Flood Board of Authority. An Executive Director of the Diversion Authority is expected to be picked on Thursday. The final three candidates are Scott Higbee, Melodee Loyer and Jay Neider. The candidates have met with the board and toured flood mitigation projects ongoing in the area. Fargo Mayor Mahoney…

Search for Greywind at Trollwood Park Turns Up No New Clues

Her family organized a community search and people from all over the area came to show support

FARGO, ND — It has been six days since Savanna Greywind was last seen and her family is asking the community for help. More than 200 people showed up at Trollwood Park to search for missing 22-year-old Savanna Greywind. Her family organized a community search and people from all over the area came to show support. Volunteer Chandra Eaton said…

Neighbors at Osgood Apartment Complex Warn of Possible Peeping Suspect

People who live in the apartment building say they have seen a suspicious person who wanders the complex and seems particularly interested in apartments with pets

FARGO, ND — Neighbors in the Arbor Courts Apartments in the Osgood area say they have seen a suspicious person peeping in apartments over the last few weeks. People who live in the apartment building on the 5600 block of 40th Avenue South said they have seen a suspicious person who wanders the complex and seems particularly interested in apartments…

Stranger Approaching Child Reported on Social Media: Police Investigating

Fargo police speak on what to do when a stranger approaches you and how to keep safe

FARGO, ND — Police are investigating a report of a stranger approaching a child in south Fargo. According to a social media posting on the site ‘Nextdoor’, an 11-year-old boy was approached in the area of 17th Avenue and 20th Street South in Fargo. The boy said a man asked him to get into his vehicle and after he told…