FARGO – The Red River stayed within its banks after the spring melt, dust devils are back, and a passing train recently left a wake of grass fires stretching over 20 miles. It’s been a dry spring so far in the southern Red River Valley. In an area where the weather often swings abruptly from one extreme to another, some wonder if this might portend a drought.
FARGO – Who’s faster than a speeding cartoonist? Able to leap centuries in a single costume change? Look! At the back of the library. Is that a trapper? Is that a trader? No. It’s Mr. History!
Baking is a passion of mine, and I find the entire process therapeutic. It’s one of the few activities in which I am able to completely focus on the task at hand without my never-ending to-do list running through my mind.
FARGO – A small coyote was safely released after wandering into a back corridor of the West Acres mall here Tuesday afternoon.
The Eatbeat: You know what you’ll get at the Olive Garden — quality food, excellent service
Star Watch: Is Prepon dating Cruise?
Cigarettes to blame for three deck fires in two days
Grand opening planned for new rifle range
Christian Children’s Center fundraiser set