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New York Times writer takes a “completely unexpected” trip to Fargo

Danielle Braff said in a Zoom interview that she thought it would be funny to visit Fargo; now she would love to come back

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — A New York Times writer visits Fargo and is surprised by what she found when she got here. Danielle Braff and her 13-year-old daughter planned a trip to Fargo because of their love for crime stories and associated the city with the movie. Her article describing their journey was published this morning, called “Geez, Even Fargo…

WATCH: Winter running tip from Fargo ends up in New York Times

The NYT Called Fargo's Beyond Running To Get Advice For Runners During Pandemic

  Runners from around the country are getting running tips from right here in Fargo as they try to stay in shape this winter during the pandemic. Beyond Running Co-Owner Sally Loeffler was featured in a New York Times article about winter running. She says those are lessons a lot more people are going to want to learn this fall…

New York Times Endorses Two Presidential Candidates Including Sen. Amy Klobuchar

The Editorial Board is getting behind Klobuchar and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren

NEW YORK CITY — In a first in the 150 years of the New York Times, the paper is endorsing two candidates for president. The Editorial Board is getting behind Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, both Democrats. They were chosen after meeting with nine contenders and hours of questioning. Of Klobuchar, the Board wrote that her…

UPDATE: Congressman Kevin Cramer Says President Trump Is Not Expected In Minnesota And North Dakota

New York Times report said he would campaign on behalf of Republican candidates

President Trump is in Singapore preparing for his historic summit with the leader of North Korea. The New York Times is reporting that when that summit is over, the president will make stops in Minnesota’s Iron Range and in North Dakota. The report says he will campaign on behalf of Republican candidates. But Congressman Kevin Cramer told KFGO that “it’s…

Fargo Police Chief Takes Stance on Gun Control, Domestic Violence

he was featured in a new york times video piece

FARGO, N.D. —¬†Fargo Police Chief David Todd took a stance on domestic violence and gun control in a New York Times video piece. In the three and a half minute video, Todd says he is a strong supporter of the second amendment but even he draws a red line at one point. Todd says people who have had a history…