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Fixing Minnesota’s Polluted Water Sources

The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency is hoping to receive funds for new water treatment facilities

MOORHEAD, MN — Each year, 1.2 trillion gallons of untreated sewage, storm water, and industrial waste are dumped into U.S. lakes, rivers and streams. Water is one of Minnesota’s most abundant and precious resources. That means it’s up to us as a community to make sure it stays clean. The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency met with Moorhead city officials and…

League of Women Voters Highlights the History of Women’s Suffrage

The LWV held a meeting discussing women's rights and suffrage

MOORHEAD, Minn. — The League of Women Voters came together at the Rourke Art Museum in Moorhead for Saturday morning brunch. The LWV held a meeting, which focused on women’s suffrage. Heroines of the United States Suffrage Movement were honored with a presentation called, “Dressing the Part – Advocates for Women’s Suffrage.” The audience also took part in a walkthrough…

United Way Honors the Community’s Most Generous Businesses

The charitable organization raised over $5 million last year

FARGO, N.D. — The United Way of Cass–Clay held its annual meeting and report to the community at the Ramada Inn. The luncheon celebrated the most generous workplaces and business leaders who inspire philanthropic attitudes. The meeting also included a keynote speaker who advised attendees on how to better connect with and engage millennials. United Way leaders say the annual…

Fargo Businessman Busted in Moorhead Sex Sting

Court documents say 60-year-old Alan Stokke thought he was meeting a 16-year-old girl he found on Backpage.com

  MOORHEAD – A Fargo businessman is accused of trying to hire a minor for sex in Moorhead. Court documents say 60-year-old Alan Stokke arranged to have sex with an officer who posed as a 16-year-old girl on Backpage.com. The complaint says a meeting was set up in Woodlawn Park last Friday. When police confronted Stokke, he admitted he was…

Cass County Republican Legislators Hold Meeting to Hear Citizen Concerns

A forum was held by the Cass County United Republican Committee in Fargo

FARGO, N.D. — Republican legislators held a forum with Cass County this morning to talk about critical issues. The Cass County United Republican Committee joined in Fargo to discuss the citizen’s concerns. They covered educational standards, law enforcement issues and how they’re handling medical marijuana. People visiting the forum were able to have a Q&A with the legislators to voice…