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Concordia College Professor Displays Photography at Hector Intl Airport

The art will be up at Hector International Airport for three months.

FARGO, N.D-  An English Professor at Concordia College displays the exhibit “Trains, Plains, and No Automobiles” at Hector International Airport as part of the ArtWORKS program. A skilled photographer and passionate traveler, Scott Olsen has used all modes of transportation to embark on his long distance journeys except one. “Train ride,” Olsen said. It was a long time dream that…

F-M Organization Considering Entering Bid for New Amazon Headquarters

Could the Red River Valley be the place for the next headquarters?

  FARGO, ND — At the beginning of September, Amazon announced it wants a second home outside of its headquarters in Seattle. They are looking for a place with a million people, a diverse population and 50,000 jobs to fill. Could the Red River Valley be the place for the next headquarters? According to James Gartin with the Fargo Moorhead…

Authorities Capture Seattle Man Suspected of Robbing Stanley Bank

Authorities say the suspect was later caught by the deputy and a Border Patrol agent

  STANLEY, N.D. — A Seattle man has been arrested in a bank robbery and police chase in Stanley, North Dakota. Authorities say 42-year-old Jeremy Maines walked into the American Bank Center at about 5 p.m. Thursday and demanded money. A Ward County deputy attempted to stop Maines, who was driving away from the scene, but the man did not…

Seattle Cuts Ties with Wells Fargo; Blames Financial Ties with the Dakota Access Pipeline

The city council voted unanimously to end the relationship with banking giant Wells Fargo after numerous protests over the Dakota Access Pipeline

SEATTLE — Heated debate over the construction of the Dakota Access pipeline isn’t just building again in Morton County in North Dakota. The city of Seattle, Washington has decided to cut ties with banking giant, Wells Fargo, over the bank’s financial connections to the building of the pipeline. The company was already on rocky ground, say city officials, after the…