West Fargo A year ago the West Fargo girls tennis team made a goal to reach the state championship match against perennial power Grand Forks Red River.RELATED CONTENT
West Fargo - The state’s top track and field athletes converge in Bismarck on Friday and Saturday at the Community Bowl in hopes of winning a state title.RELATED CONTENT
Casselton, N.D. - Sometimes the slimmest of margins can mean the difference between winning a state championship and coming close. It is a reality that Central Cass senior girls track and field standout Gabby Grommesh knows all too well.RELATED CONTENT
VALLEY CITY, N.D. – A year ago, the Kindred boys track and field team won the North Dakota Class B, Southeast Region championship by a half point. There was no slim margin of victory for the Vikings on Saturday at Valley City State University’s Lokken Field.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - Former North Dakota State football player Jason Boutwell has every reason to feel sad these days, but he isn’t.RELATED CONTENT
WEST FARGO – Not much was lacking for the West Fargo softball team Friday. The Packers’ bats had pop and the team’s starting pitcher was effective.
FARGO – The West Fargo baseball team was waiting for its spot to respond Thursday night.RELATED CONTENT
West Fargo - West Fargo senior Riley Johnson knows the feeling of winning both a North Dakota Class A team and individual boys golf championship.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - There was no “how-to” manual for Ryan Kringlie and Steve Walton to refer to when they decided to create a youth wrestling club in Fargo 14 years ago.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – After losing its opening game of the Summit League tournament, the North Dakota State softball team needed to win five games in order to extend its season.RELATED CONTENT
A man who ran the Fargo half marathon in honor of a friend killed in Iraq is planning another run to support the military.
Families of North Dakota military members killed in Iraq or Afghanistan form a close-knit group, Shirley Fettig said.
When Minnesota National Guard troops arrive at Fort McCoy, Wis., after 16 months in Iraq, county veterans service officers are making sure they don’t miss any benefits.
A member of the 119th Wing has been named officer of the year.
EDITOR’S NOTE: The military notebook is a new feature that will run each Saturday in The Forum.