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Concordia College Professor Displays Photography at Hector Intl Airport

The art will be up at Hector International Airport for three months.

FARGO, N.D-  An English Professor at Concordia College displays the exhibit “Trains, Plains, and No Automobiles” at Hector International Airport as part of the ArtWORKS program. A skilled photographer and passionate traveler, Scott Olsen has used all modes of transportation to embark on his long distance journeys except one. “Train ride,” Olsen said. It was a long time dream that…

The City Of Fargo Names Three Finalist To Replace Former Police Chief David Todd

Fargo has recently faced civil unrest and investigations within its police force.

FARGO, N.D. – Fargo has recently faced civil unrest and investigations within its police force. The department has three people in line to replace former Chief David Todd. John Franklin has worked in law enforcement in Chicago and Arkansas for over 30 years. According to the Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette, Franklin was asked to resign from the Jacksonville, Arkansas Police…

Fargo Marathon Sold To Rugged Races, Knutson To Stay On As Race Director

The company has offices in Chicago and Boston

FARGO, N.D. — Fargo Marathon has been sold. Rugged Races has purchased the marathon from founder Mark Knutson. The company, with offices in Chicago and Boston, says it will help streamline operations, improve quality and attract more runners. Knutson will remain as race director. Financial details of the sale were not disclosed. Rugged Races runs marathons and other events around…

Unusual Arctic Blast Strands Women’s College Basketball Team in Fargo

The team is using the time to form a deeper bond with one another.

FARGO, ND – Cancelled. It’s the word no traveler wants to see on the departure board. For the Northern Illinois Huskies, it’s the word that’s keeping them from returning home, and here in Fargo for just a little bit longer. “This is the second worst experience I’ve had, but I love these girls so it makes it a lot better.”…

West Fargo Fire’s Five-Year Strategic Plan Focusing on Health, Staffing and Response Times

WEST FARGO, N.D. — The most dangerous part of a firefighter’s job isn’t always the blaze they’re battling. “It’s in the soot, it gets everywhere, unless you wash yourself off, it’s not coming off. You ingest it, you inhale it, over the course of 20 years, that’s what can kill you rather than having something happen to you at a…

All Charges Dropped Against “Empire” Actor Jussie Smollett

Smollett had faced 16 felony counts alleging he lied to police about a racial and homophobic attack against him in January.

CHICAGO, IL — Prosecutors say they believe they’ve reached an “appropriate resolution” in the case against “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett. Attorneys for Smollett said Tuesday that all charges alleging he lied to police about attack have been dropped. Smollett had faced 16 felony counts alleging he lied to police about a racial and homophobic attack against him in January. In…

“Becoming: An Intimate Conversation with Michelle Obama” Stopping In St. Paul

The book is the best-seller of 2018 with 3 million copies sold

ST. PAUL, MN — Michelle Obama will make a stop in the Twin Cities next year while on tour for her best-selling memoir. “Becoming: An Intimate Conversation with Michelle Obama” is coming to the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul on March 13. In her book, the former First Lady describes her journey from the South Side of Chicago to the…

Travelers Face Flight Cancellations Due to Midwest Snowstorm

Hector International Airport is cancelling and delaying flights going to and from Chicago through the evening

FARGO, N.D. – Fargo travelers are continuing to face flight cancellations both to and from Chicago due to snowy conditions. Hector International Airport is cancelling and delaying flights going to and from the windy city. Both United and American Airlines normally offer nonstop flights, but the snowstorm in the Midwest is causing flight cancellations into this evening. This storm is keeping…

Drag Queens Descending on Fargo to Help in Man’s Fierce Fight Against Cancer

People can come eat dinner at the Delta Marriott while seeing all the glitz and glam.

FARGO, ND — A couple months ago Jeffrey Muchow found out his younger brother, Chad, has stage four cancer. Now, he’s putting on a “Fierce” drag show to raise money for his brother. People can come eat dinner at the Delta Marriott while seeing all the glitz and glam. Drag queens from Las Vegas and Chicago will be just a…

Minnesota Runaway In The 1970’s Was Victim of Serial Killer

John Wayne Gacy Killed The Teen In 1976

COOK CO., IL — A Chicago-area sheriff has identified another victim of serial killer John Wayne Gacy as a 16-year-old boy from Minnesota. The victim has finally been identified as James Haakenson. He ran away from St. Paul and is believed to have been killed by Gacy in August 1976. The teen’s remains were among those of more than two…