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City of Fargo Offers Fall Cleanup Week…But You’ll Have to Haul It

The landfill will be open during regular hours and is free from October 14th through the 21st

FARGO, N.D. — For the first time ever, the City of Fargo will hold a fall-clean up week. Unlike the popular spring cleanup week where the city picks up your junk, you will have to bring your items to the city landfill yourself. The landfill will be open during regular hours and is free from October 14th through the 21st….

Hate Speech Resolution Passes in Fargo, But Not Unanimously

Just one commissioner voted against making Fargo the second city to pass the resolution

FARGO, ND — Commissioners in Fargo passed a resolution officially making the city an “inclusive” community. It’s the second city in the Valley to make this move, but it came with opposition on this side of the river. “This is the week that folks were talking about having some rallies in our town,” Fargo City Commissioner John Strand told the…

Moorhead City Council Passes Hate Crime Resolution

Resolution written by Moorhead Council Member Mari Dailey calls for an "inclusive community."

MOORHEAD, Minn. — The Moorhead City Council passed a hate crime resolution which targets recent hate speech in the metro. Resolution written by Moorhead Council Member Mari Dailey calls for an “inclusive community.” Council says┬áthe resolution will put Moorhead on record as a community which officially condemns hate crimes. Mayor Del Rae Williams said this resolution was written shortly after…

Skate City Hosts Annual Hot Dog Skate in Fargo

It's the second year Skate City has hosted the special event for all ages since taking over Skateland in 2016

FARGO, ND — If you didn’t make it out to the lakes, there was plenty of action and good times at Skate City’s annual Hot Dog Skate in Fargo. It’s the second year Skate City has hosted the special event for all ages since taking over Skateland in 2016. All skaters enjoyed a free hot dog and pop along with…

Circumcision Protesters on a Midwest Tour Line 13th Avenue in Fargo

Circumcision protestors are on a 17 city tour and made a stop in Fargo on 13th Ave

FARGO, ND — Protesters took to 13th Avenue in Fargo, hoping to spread the word about the harmful effects of circumcision. The organization ‘Bloodstained Men’ and their supporters took their signs to the streets as they protested the dangers of circumcision procedures. They are on their 17 city tour stopping all over including Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota. Protesters…

Fargo Teen Arrested After Firing a Gun in City Limits

Police recovered a shell casing and discovered Terry was familiar with people who live in the area

FARGO, ND — A Fargo teen is in custody after he turned himself into authorities for firing a gun within city limits. Nathanael Terry, 18, admitted to police he was a passenger in a car that was in the 1100 block of 1st Avenue South. Witnesses say someone in the vehicle fired a gun and the vehicle then left the…

Mayor Mahoney Releases Preliminary 2018 City Budget

There will be continued spending on the F-M diversion, growth of utility services and a completion of the new city hall

FARGO, ND — Fargo Mayor Tim Mahoney has released his preliminary 2018 Budget and it includes a property tax reduction of two mills. Mahoney also proposes a competitive wage adjustment of 2% beginning January 1st and investments in police staffing and equipment. There will be continued spending on the F-M diversion, growth of utility services and a completion of the…

Heavy Rain Causes Flooding in Grand Forks

A flood warning was issued by the National Weather Service for the city and East Grand Forks just before 11 am

GRAND FORKS, ND — Heavy rain came down a little too fast for the storm drains in Grand Forks. Many streets had flooding especially in the area around Columbia Mall and the underpasses in town. These pictures were sent in to us from Russel Hons Photography. A flood warning was issued by the National Weather Service for the city and…

The Future of Fargo’s Downtown

They say a healthy downtown is a sign of a healthy city

FARGO, ND — Downtown Fargo is quickly changing and development of a new high-rise will shake things up even more. They say a healthy downtown is a sign of a healthy city. It’s why this group behind me is working on plans to improve downtown Fargo’s aging infrastructure while meeting the needs of the people. They’re mainly talking about how…

NDSU Housing Development Hits City Planning Snag

The current design stretches over the block's alley way

FARGO, N.D. — Homes are torn down to make way for a $23 million college student housing complex near NDSU. But a Fargo City Commission vote has caused construction to hit a snag. Just a few months ago, the 1600 block of 12th Street North, Fargo was lined with houses. The NDSU Foundation has been buying and renting out homes…