West Fargo varsity and junior varsity team took first in pom and high kick, and the West Fargo Junior High School team also topped its division. This is the first year since 2008 the junior varsity team did not sweep their division, as Bismarck High won the JV jazz competition.
Michele Gilbertson took off her glasses and wiped away tears of joy Saturday as she signed the papers for her new $500,000 house. Standing behind her, her husband giddily shared the good news with their 16-year-old son.
On the southern edge of this city sits a house worth $500,000. It’s a dream home, its builder says, and today, someone will win it. But even for the lucky winner, living in this dream home may still be just a dream.
Allen Schmidt was accused of hitting Sheila Windt and grabbing her arm last December. He resigned from the police force in January. Windt initially also was charged with disorderly conduct for allegedly ripping a lip ring from Schmidt's mouth and biting his chest, but prosecutors later dismissed the count.
When most people think of “redshirting,” they think of first-year college athletes practicing with their teams, getting stronger and sitting out game day. But is a redshirt needed for learning letters, finger painting and recess? It’s a choice more parents are demanding for their children as they look to give their kids an edge, according to a “60 Minutes” report earlier this week.
Viewers of tonight’s episode of “Dirty Jobs” will learn that there might be dirtier jobs out there, but few workplaces can top Great Plains Towers in West Fargo when it comes to gut-check time. The show, which airs at 8 p.m. on local cable channels, will also feature a celebration of host Mike Rowe having done a dirty job in all 50 states.
A teacher who was ousted as adviser for the West Fargo High School student newspaper said he’s happy to have the job back. Jeremy Murphy was removed in June 2009 after he argued with administrators over stories and columns in the school newspaper.
Officer Allen Schmidt resigned Tuesday. He had been on paid administrative leave since his Dec. 14 arrest for allegedly hitting Sheila Windt in the face and grabbing her arm. He has pleaded not guilty to disorderly conduct.
A West Fargo police officer accused of hitting his girlfriend has resigned. The police department says Allen Schmidt stepped down today. He had been on paid administrative leave since his mid-December arrest. Police Chief Arland Rasmussen in a statement called the resignation unfortunate.
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