STORM TRACKER June Heat Wave of 1995
In my last blog posting, I mentioned that the last 100 degree temperature recorded in the month of June in Fargo Moorhead was back on June 17, 1995. That 100 degree day was part of an eight day str... Posted on 6/18/13 at 7:47 AM
THE NEW FORTY Friday afternoon...
Each time Cheyenne and I traveled home from one of her orthodontist appointments over the past year and a half we passed a store called Tuesday Morning. Each time I would say to Cheyenne, "We should g... Posted on 6/14/13 at 10:31 PM
LIKE A FISH OUT OF FARGO Thoughts On RibFest 2013: Blooming Onion Redemption
RibFestis totally overpriced. It's messy, the music features throwback bands, and the food is a gamble.But we all end up going anyway. Sometimes, more than once.
The prior weekend, they started infl... Posted on 6/11/13 at 11:33 AM
BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD NORTH DAKOTA How family love motivated our employee to walk a 5K
One of our employees, Charlotte Feldman, had a very special reason for walking the Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota Friday Night 5K on May 17.
Charlotte Feldman, center left, walks the 5K with n... Posted on 5/29/13 at 10:46 AM
Cass County prosecutors on Thursday dropped a felony assault charge against a star linebacker for the North Dakota State University football team, saying he may have acted in self-defense in a brawl last weekend that left a man unconscious.
Travis Beck’s defense attorney said the NDSU linebacker’s conduct “was entirely defensible” in the incident in downtown Fargo after the bars let out Sunday morning that ended with Beck being arrested and accused of beating a man unconscious.
Control was the key Monday evening at Kraft Field. Fargo Post 2’s pitching staff didn’t have enough of it in Game 1 as the Grand Forks Royals picked up a 6-5 walk-off win. In the nightcap, Fargo right-hander Lincoln Voss was spot-on in tossing a four-hitter in a 6-0 victory to salvage a split in the American Legion doubleheader.
A standout North Dakota State University football player was charged Monday with felony aggravated assault, accused of beating a man unconscious in a downtown Fargo street after the bars let out early Sunday.
A former Fargo investment broker pleaded guilty this morning in Cass County District Court to 16 felony charges in what a state investigator described as a Ponzi scheme that bilked 19 people out of at least $935,000.
With recent reports of Oil Patch crew camp mayhem, including murder, garnering headlines, it’s not shocking that people’s perception of such residential complexes isn’t exactly bright. Trent Mindeman said that’s not so at the Bakken Residence Suites crew camp he oversees just south of Watford City.
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