BISON TURF

Aquatics Empowered Hosts Hot Tubbing For Hope

The therapy goes to helping many different kinds of physical ailments and injuries.

FARGO N.D — A North Dakota charity is hoping to turn up the heat on donations for people in need. It’s all a part of a worldwide event Hot Tubbing For Hope. Aquatics Empowered pooled into the Bison Turf to raise money for aquatic therapy. The therapy goes to helping many different kinds of physical ailments and injuries. The group…

City Commission Votes to Demolish South Fargo House Deemed Too Dangerous to Live In

Neighbors say the house been an issue for years

FARGO, N.D. — One house in South Fargo will be no more after being deemed too dangerous to live in. On Monday night, the Fargo City Commission took action and voted to have the house demolished by the end of the month. “It’s gone through a continuing decline and deterioration. There have been no utilities over 10 years, load bearing walls…

Fargo City Leaders Order Dangerous House Demolished

Commissioners voted unanimously to order the dilapidated house at 427 15th Avenue South be torn down by August 31.

1/2 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/2 Show Caption Hide Caption FARGO, N.D. (KFGO) – Fargo businessman Pete Sabo lost his battle to save one of his rental properties from demolition by the city of Fargo. Commissioners voted unanimously to order the dilapidated house at 427 15th Avenue South be torn down by August 31. Inspections Administrator Bruce Taralson says the…

Bison Turf Owner Says Reopening Still Scheduled Despite Setbacks

Pete Sabo said if there are no more surprises, the bar should be open by early June

  FARGO, N.D. — The owner of the Bison Turf said while he is facing a few setbacks, the bar is still set to reopen as planned. Pete Sabo, who owns Fargo’s iconic college hang-out, said the contractor found the entry to the basement does not meet code. Sabo said that is going to require additional work to pass inspection. He said…

Construction Underway at Fargo’s Bison Turf

Although a second floor patio is being built, familiar faces and furniture are on the way back

FARGO, N.D. — After being mostly destroyed by a massive fire, the Bison Turf is starting to take shape. Crews finished tearing down the parts of the building that won’t be kept. “I want to open it about ten minutes after they’re done building it,” said Bison Turf owner Pete Sabo. Sabo showed us a sketch of new Bison Turf…

Bison Turf Owner Gets Permit to Begin Nearly Million Dollar Rebuild Project

Pete Sabo says three-quarters of the building will need to come down before the process can begin.

  The owner of an iconic Fargo bar, heavily damaged by fire last summer, has finally received a permit to rebuild. Pete Sabo says he was determined to rebuild the Bison Turf near NDSU after the July 22 fire which started in the attic and was caused by repair work. Sabo says the new plan, meeting new code requirements and…