FARGO – A vast throng clad in bomber hats and flannel shirts descended on the Fargo Theatre on Tuesday night, as hundreds of locals gathered to celebrate the premiere of FX network’s “Fargo” in true Fargo style – complete with bars.
CASSELTON, N.D. – After five years apart, a local radio duo is back together.
“The Ben and Jim Show” premiered April 3 on 103.9 FM The Truck, and will broadcast from 6 to 9 a.m. each weekday morning.
FARGO – A motorcyclist was injured Saturday afternoon when a car ran a red light, forcing him to lay down his bike to prevent a worse crash, according to the Fargo Police Department.
FARGO - Seth Carlson spent plenty of time on the bleachers at the Bison Sports Arena during his high school wrestling matches and his brother’s two North Dakota State University commencement ceremonies.
MOORHEAD – Police here responded to a reported shooting late Saturday, but officers instead are now investigating vehicle damage that apparently wasn’t caused by a gun.
Moorhead native makes a prime-time splash with one-time role on TV series
CHICAGO – Before Ally Carey landed a one-time role on a popular TV drama, the show’s producers had one request – she should be “sexier.”
“When I said to my agent, ‘What do you mean sexier? Like more makeup or a low-cut top?’ and he said, ‘You know, whatever makes you feel sexy,’ and I was like, ‘Well, none of those things make me feel sexy, but if I did what makes me feel sexy, that would not be right for TV,’ ” she said.
SAN FRANCISCO – Sarah Christianson isn’t against western North Dakota’s booming oil development, but the photographer who grew up on a family farm near Hillsboro, N.D., has made it a mission to let everyone know just what the oil boom is doing to her homestate – and her belief that more oversight is needed to prevent permanent damage.
BARNESVILLE, Minn. – Authorities are investigating a “suspicious” fire about 7 miles southwest of here that destroyed a house Friday, according to the Barnesville Area Fire Department.
Forum News Service, 04/12/2014
FARGO – Rob Roberts has a winning strategy for getting local residents to put down lefse and pick up babka.
MOORHEAD - Bob Footitt Sr. almost became a computer programmer. Instead, he proved his teacher wrong.