THE NEW FORTY A Small Price to Pay for the Three “O”S.
I was happy to read Robin Huebner's recent articlein The Forum about the way the Fargo, Moorhead, and West Fargo Public School Districts handle the special transportation needs of homeless students. A... Posted on 9/10/16 at 3:53 PM
STAFF BLOG MIKE MCFEELY Four Decades Ago, Huebner Had Her Olympic Shot
FARGO -- Robin Huebner would someday like to attend the Summer Olympics as a fan, with her daughter, just to get a taste of the world's largest sporting spectacle. It might make up, at least a little,... Posted on 7/12/16 at 2:56 PM
THE DULLUM FILE Dear Robin
I read in the papers (and the television script they handed me this evening) that you're going to be anchoring WDAY News @5 beginning Monday.
I think you'll like it. I've been anchorin... Posted on 7/10/12 at 8:08 PM
FARGO SCHOOL TALK Let the Games begin!
"Let the Games begin!"
Gusty winds carried those words from former U.S. Olympic Trials gymnast Robin Huebner and WDAY News anchor Dana Mogck into a sea of color - several hundred Discovery Middle Sch... Posted on 5/22/12 at 11:51 AM
FARGO - Two women living in separate North Dakota cities have made a connection through traumatic brain injury and a peer mentorship program that matches survivors with others who’ve lived it firsthand.
FARGO – For the first time ever, Cass County needed to put out an urgent call for election clerks to staff polling sites for an upcoming election.
When the recent call went out, election officials were concerned because they’d never been this close to an election and worker training without having enough people signed up.
Fergus Falls, Minn. - She talks excitedly about a blush-pink wedding gown, the charcoal gray of a bridesmaid’s dress and lush ivory lace she picked out for a customer. Her hands deftly guide fabric through the sewing machine in her basement shop – eyes trained intently and face just inches from her work.
FARGO – An institute of higher learning that few know existed once stood atop the hill just south of Fargo’s Island Park. The last building left on the Fargo College campus – a Carnegie library – was torn down 50 years ago. But remnants of the school can still be found in the Fargo-Moorhead area, nearly 100 years after it closed.
Hymns are constant companion for Don’s Car Washes founder. Most of them he’s known since childhood from spending Sundays in church, while a few are songs he’s never heard before. But the 84-year-old Fargo man is the only one who hears them. Singing voices and words even go along with the music.
PELICAN RAPIDS, Minn. - One week before a $21.9 million bond referendum vote in the Pelican Rapids School District, residents are getting much of their information, both pro and con, from outside consultants.
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