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FARGO — A recently retired sergeant harshly criticized Sheriff Paul Laney on Monday, Dec. 5, at a Cass County Commission meeting, presenting a list of allegations that attacked his management of the sheriff's department. "There are double standards in our department, favoritism, sexism," former Sgt. Gail Wischmann told the commissioners.
FARGO – A man considered a suspect in the disappearance of a Twin Cities woman has been charged with manslaughter following the discovery of human remains in rural Cass County,...
MOORHEAD, Minn. — The Moorhead bus driver who left about 20 Horizon Middle School students stranded in the city's industrial park last week and launched a racial slur as they got off the bus says he lost his temper and regrets his actions. "I should have never said the N-word," David Russell Miller said Wednesday, Nov. 30. "I apologize for everything, to all the kids."
MOORHEAD — A police report sheds more light on what preceded a Moorhead school bus driver's decision to abandon about 20 students in the city's industrial park and use a...
FARGO — A national Lutheran leader's support for the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's pipeline protest has drawn sharp criticism from a North Dakota bishop and has led a state judge to resign her post as a church official. Elizabeth Eaton, presiding bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), issued a statement Nov. 14, expressing solidarity with the tribe in its fight against the route of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
FARGO — North Dakota's court system has decided not to eliminate Fargo's two judicial referee positions, but 56 other jobs will be cut statewide, state court administrator Sally Holewa said. Officials in the East Central Judicial District, which covers Cass, Steele and Traill counties, said last month that they had suggested slashing both of Fargo's referee positions after being asked to submit budget-trimming proposals to state court leaders.
FARGO — A suspect in the presumed death of a Twin Cities woman had run-ins with Cass County, N.D., authorities and residents in late August, at one point pleading with a farmer not to call the police on him for fear that he "would go to jail for life," court records said.
FARGO — A ballot measure seeking to legalize medical marijuana in North Dakota cruised to an easy victory on Tuesday night. In complete but unofficial results, 64 percent of voters...
FARGO – Sheri Paulson’s pain is constant. She takes nine different medications. She can only keep down bananas, protein shakes and other soft foods. “They’re pretty much talking a feeding...
FARGO — Winona LaDuke once had a dream about riding a horse against the flow of an oil pipeline. The dream inspired her to organize a protest ride along the Sandpiper route, a pipeline project planned for north-central Minnesota that's since been put on hold. LaDuke, an activist, writer and environmentalist, said the same dream is now spurring her and as many as 80 other riders to travel 270 miles of the Dakota Access pipeline route. The riders will stick to the ditches of county roads, roughly following the path of the pipeline, she said.