FARGO – Fargo North High School now knows who will lead its program when football practices begin in four months.
FARGO – Sienna Crouse was on her gymnastics game Friday at the Fargodome.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – In recent days, volunteers have been transforming the Fargodome into a venue fit to host one of the country’s premier gymnastics competitions.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo Alivia Fraase’s junior year at Fargo Shanley High School just keeps getting better and better.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - Since arriving in Joplin, Mo., four years ago to begin his collegiate basketball coaching career, North Dakota native Jeff Boschee has made a quick climb up the bench at Missouri Southern State.RELATED CONTENT
MOORHEAD – It has been nearly a decade since Daunte Culpepper last threw a pass as the quarterback of the Minnesota Vikings.RELATED CONTENT
Casselton, N.D. - Sierra Amundson has been a regular member of the Central Cass softball team’s pitching rotation the past two seasons.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo The F-M Gators swimming club quartet of Maddie Derby, Ellie Roche, Hallie Peterson and Erin Slack have posted standout performances the last year in pools across North Dakota.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Unanimous selection Fallyn Freije of Lakota-Edmore leads a group of five players named to the North Dakota Class B girls basketball all-state first team.
FARGO – If at first you don’t succeed, try again.RELATED CONTENT
After 18 months, many users of Fargo’s north library branch are comfortable with the self-checkout system. Now patrons of the new Dr. James Carlson library in south Fargo are jumping on board.RELATED CONTENT
Agnes Shurr was asleep aboard the USS Solace when the Japanese attacked on Sunday, Dec. 7, 1941. The Navy nurse was supposed to be off duty.RELATED CONTENT
Architects today presented the Dome Addition Task Force with a nearly finished study of what a Fargodome expansion could look like and cost.
Friends and family will gather in Minneapolis Sunday to celebrate the return of more than 1,000 soldiers, including soldiers from Moorhead, following a 22-month deployment in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
A Moorhead boy working to become an Eagle Scout is collecting Beanie Babies for soldiers to give to Iraqi children.
A second flight of World War II veterans leaves soon for Washington, D.C. More than 260 veterans are expected to board a 747 on Friday as part of the WDAY World War II Honor Flight.
A Grand Forks, N.D., woman is being honored for the support she gave an injured soldier.
A black granite wall listing Minnesota military members killed in Iraq and Afghanistan will be on display Sunday in Detroit Lakes, Minn.
The new Clay County attorney is back from Iraq and will be sworn into office Thursday.