FARGO – In Fargo’s increasingly heated mayoral race, the incumbent questioned Wednesday where his challenger was five years ago during the city’s worst recorded flood.
MOORHEAD – A new law allowing police to arrest people who are drunk and disruptive was passed unanimously Tuesday by the City Council here.
MOORHEAD – Despite approving it three times in the past, Moorhead leaders Tuesday rejected a new round of preliminary land surveying for the F-M Diversion project in rural Clay County.
FARGO – Cass County’s top prosecutor said he will only ask police to investigate Fargo City Commission candidate and sitting School Board member John Strand over a potentially illegal campaign ad if someone lodges a formal complaint.
FARGO – If you don’t want to be turned away at the polls at the June primary, make sure your North Dakota ID is up to snuff. New state voting rules require a valid state license or ID to vote.
FARGO – A downtown corridor could lose a lane of traffic this summer.
Any changes would be temporary, but the city wants to experiment with ways to make NP Avenue more pedestrian-friendly because it carries half of the daily traffic that its neighbor, First Avenue, does.
FARGO - A questionable campaign tactic by a City Commission candidate here may have landed him in hot water, and it could cost him his candidacy.
MOORHEAD – For diversion advocates, Friday was a day for celebration. A federal water projects bill authorizing the proposed $1.8 billion flood channel around Fargo-Moorhead passed the U.S. Senate on Thursday and now awaits an expected signature from President Barack Obama.
FARGO – With the fight to federally authorize the Fargo-Moorhead diversion nearly won, advocates must now fight for more than $800 million from the federal government to build the project.
MOORHEAD – The race for at least one Clay County Commission seat this fall is sure to be a hot one. So far, longtime incumbent Jon Evert will face off against Dan Langseth and Joe Pederson.