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Fargo Park Disctrict Kicks Off Fall In Fargo “Express” Style Due To COVID-19

Visitors are strongly encouraged to wear a face mask and social distance

FARGO, N.D. — The Fall in Fargo event looks different from other years, but families at Rheault Farm can still stroll through the pumpkin patch, as well as purchase one to take home. Visitors are strongly encouraged to wear a face mask and social distance. Guests can take pictures with fall themed backgrounds and stop by a booth where they…

How the West Fargo Park District Transforms Local Arena into Pumpkin Patch

Not only do families get to pick them out, but they get to bring them inside to decorate

WEST FARGO, N.D. — What better way to get into the fall spirit than picking pumpkins right in your neighborhood? The West Fargo Park District is bringing the farm style pumpkin patch and hay barrels to Veterans Memorial Arena. Not only do families get to pick them out, but they get to bring them inside to decorate. Many of the…

Closures Affecting Travel on University Drive North

As of now, the lane is expected to remain closed until January 29th

  FARGO, N.D. — If you’re planning on traveling down University Drive North over the next few days, expect there to be some delays. Starting today the road between 15th and 14th Avenues North will be reduced to one lane, while the city repairs a private sewer. As of now, the lane is expected to remain closed until January 29th….

North Dakota’s Oil Patch Population Dropping, Statewide Flourishing

North Dakota saw the most growth in and around Fargo, Bismarck and Grand Forks

  NORTH DAKOTA — Some oil patch cities are seeing a drop in people, but the overall population in North Dakota continues to flourish. U.S. Census Bureau estimates show Williston, Watford City and Stanley saw population declines last year due to slower activity in the oil fields. Minot’s population fell by nearly 800 people from the previous year. But the…