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Concerns of Potential Threat at Fargo’s Discovery Middle School Found to Be Rumors

Courtesy: Fargo Public SchoolsFARGO, N.D. – Fargo Public Schools looked into rumor about a potential threat to Discovery Middle School Wednesday, but find out it was just rumors. The district says school staff heard concerns from students. After an investigation, administration found no evidence of a threat. The district says police weren’t called, the school didn’t go into a lockdown and…

Fargo-Moorhead West Fargo Chamber Helps People Connect With Professionals of Color

They want to give people the opportunity to network, connect and build business relationships with others through speed networking

FARGO, N.D– The Fargo-Moorhead West Fargo Chamber is helping people connect with professionals of color. They want to give people the opportunity to network, connect and build business relationships with others through speed networking. They met at Front Street Taproom in downtown Fargo. Members had three minutes to chat and swap business cards until they had to switch. “This is…

Billboard on Main Avenue Takes People Back in Time Thanks to Wind

It showed the Pan Am Games in Winnipeg that happened two decades ago

FARGO, N.D. — A billboard on Main Avenue took people back in time, showing the thirteenth Pan Am Games in Winnipeg that happened two decades ago. The wind seemed to have ripped off the newer layers of the billboard. KVRR tried out calling the number for tickets listed on the billboard, but the call doesn’t go through. “The fact that it like…

FM Diversion Gets $750 Million in Federal Funding, Injunction Lift Pending

The next step is for a Minnesota judge to lift a temporary injunction that was put on the project

FARGO, N.D. — State and local leaders sign a partnership securing 750 million dollars for the F–M Diversion. The goal of the agreement is to get the project done in six to eight years. “It’s not if we’re going to flood. We are going to flood. Let’s get that permanent protection in place to protect lives and property and over time…

High Risk Sex Offender Living in North Fargo

FARGO, N.D. – Fargo Police is letting the public know that high risk sex offender 35-year-old Ryan Denning is living at 735 14th Street North. When he was 17-years-old, Denning grabbed a 16-year-old girls’ hand while sitting in a movie theater and tried to force it into his crotch area. He also tried to put his hand up her shirt. Denning…

Fargo Mayor Mahoney Declares Emergency, City Preparing For “Substantial Flood Event”

FARGO, N.D. – Fargo Mayor Tim Mahoney makes an emergency declaration as he anticipates the city is “in danger of suffering a substantial flood event.” The emergency declaration authorizes agencies of local, state and federal agencies to take action to “limit hardships of this pending emergency.” Mahoney is directing city staff to prepare for the National Weather Services’ forecast of…

Travel Advisory: Many Rural Roads Remain Impassable

The Cass County Sheriff's Office is still advising no travel this (Friday) morning in area's southwest, west, and northwest of Fargo.

FARGO, N.D. (KFGO) – The storm has moved out but travel conditions are still a problem, especially in rural area’s. The Cass County Sheriff’s Office is still advising no travel this (Friday) morning in area’s southwest, west, and northwest of Fargo. Corporal Keenan Zundel says many rural road highways remain impassable and are, in his words “terrible”. Deputies continued to…

Fargo & West Fargo Issue Emergency Declaration, Non-Emergency Offices Closed Thursday

FARGO & WEST FARGO, N.D. – Fargo Mayor Tim Mahoney and West Fargo Mayor Bernie Dardis declare an emergency to close all non-emergency city offices Thursday, March 14th. MATBUS will suspend routes at 7:00 PM Wednesday. The Ground Transportation Center in Downtown Fargo is closing at 7:30. There will be no residential trash and recycling collection in both cities and…