STAFF BLOG BISON MEDIA BLOG The Satter Name Returns to NDSU
North Dakota State has its first commitment for the Class of 2020 and it's a familiar name to the Bison football program.
COMMITTED!!! #2020 #rollherd pic.twitter.com/IlS2QXOmWW
Tysatter (@tysatter)... Posted on 5/17/19 at 8:30 AM
THE DULLUM FILE A Death in the Family
I don't know why but as each passing year draws to a close, I get a littleverklempt.
For me, one of the saddest things this year was learning that WDAZ-TV newscasts would no longer originate from Gra... Posted on 12/30/18 at 10:27 AM
STAFF BLOG DIZZO'S DEN Column: A First for Fargo, a Little League Contender
Fargo has been able to brag about its athletes in recent years, from Chris Coste to Carson Wentz. But there may not be a more unifying team than the one taking the diamond Wednesday morning in Westfie... Posted on 8/7/18 at 11:46 PM
NIE ROCKS! 'Smart way to walk'
Check out the interesting story in Friday's Herald by reporter Ann Bailey. It is titled 'Smart way to walk' Air Force Base teachers to honor their friend in the Fargo Marathon 5K walk/run.... Posted on 5/21/10 at 5:00 AM
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 – City officials are shelving plans to change some on-street parking rules downtown.
Earlier this year, city planners were working on a concept to change most 90-minute zones downtown east of Fifth Street to four-hour restrictions.
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.
Join WDAY's Jody Norstedt and The Forum's Eric Peterson for the latest F-M RedHawks Weekly! We'll follow the team all season long with updates from the road, the ballpark and the studio. Joining us this week is RedHawks GM Josh Buchholz.
FARGO – Shoppers hanging around West Acres food court Friday got a good taste of the U.S. Constitution. A group of Fargo Bennett Elementary fifth-grade students – adorned in red T-shirts with a Betsy Ross flag on the front and a blue liberty bell on the back – served up questions about this country’s supreme laws.
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