FARGO – The fate of the 2013 horse racing season here will be discussed today at a North Dakota Racing Commission meeting in Bismarck.
FARGO – When Midwest Communications owner Duke Wright bought the six stations here owned by longtime Fargo radio magnate Jim Ingstad, Wright knew Ingstad would soon be a competitor.
Hours after selling one of F-M’s six-station radio groups, Ingstad buys the other
FARGO – After selling his six-station radio group here Tuesday, Jim Ingstad could have just walked the six blocks up 25th Street South to take the helm of the longtime competitor he bought hours later – a lightning-speed, three-way ownership shuffle that unfolded in the area radio industry Wednesday.
FARGO – Members of the schools’ Community Long Range Facilities Task Force here say a meeting Thursday will finally give them the information they need to move forward.
MOORHEAD – City employees here make about 5.7 percent less on average than employees with similar jobs in other cities across the region.
Attire, drinking not excuses for rape, organizer says
MOORHEAD – Katie Bullock said she was raped last year, but she didn’t report it because she was drinking at the time.
In Wahpeton, flood to pose few issues as crest forecast drops
WAHPETON, N.D. – Chahinkapa Zoo Director Kathy Diekman was able to take a sigh of relief Thursday, as new forecasts held in predicting the Red River will likely crest here at 15 feet – nearly 4 1/2 feet below the record mark of 19.42 feet in 1997.
MOORHEAD – Provocative clothing is welcome at Friday’s Minnesota State University Moorhead Stop Rape SlutWalk here.
Participants need not wear revealing or suggestive clothing, but some will don their “sluttiest” attire at a march meant to rail against blaming victims of sexual assault and abuse.
MOORHEAD – The city will begin delivering sandbags to residents for levee construction Wednesday, with a goal to be finished with deliveries by the end of the day Sunday.
WAHPETON, N.D. – The youngest sister to famed author Karen Louise Erdrich – or Karen, as she was known to most here – said Erdrich shared not only her virtues of charisma and intelligence with her six younger siblings, but was also a lover of licorice, a thrift store bargain hunter and a generous teacher who taught by telling stories while growing up here.
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