North Dakota may be getting some love from the FXX series "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia." The show's character Dennis, played by Glenn Howerton, left Paddy's Pub at the end of season 12 to father a child he had with a woman in North Dakota. The show had a short hiatus, but Season 13 will highlight Dennis' shift to fatherhood in the Peace Garden State... maybe. Howerton's participation in the show has been in question during the hiatus. According to an interview with Uproxx.com in March, Howerton said he was unsure about the return of Dennis.
FARGO -- The Fargo Police Department has received a memorial badge to honor fallen officer Jason Moszer, who was shot and later died during 2016 standoff. The badge was donated by David McCracken and given to an officer who brought it to Public Information Officer Jessica Schindeldecker
FARGO—Thousands gathered to both support and protest President Donald Trump when he visited Scheels Arena in Fargo Wednesday, June 27. Protests and the speech itself has been covered, but can the numbers tell a story, too? 20,000—There were 20,000 tickets reserved for the event in Scheels Arena. The arena has a seating capacity of 6,000. 600-700—600 to 700 protestors rallied in Urban Plains Park to express their displeasure with Trump, according to host Dana Bisignani. The group coordinated on a Facebook event page to convene together at the rally.
FARGO-- Kenneth Fletcher is an ordinary guy from Fargo. He spends his days working as a service technician for Advanced Business Methods, and being a long-time Michigan Wolverines fan, mows a large 'M' in his backyard when football season comes around. But on Saturday, June 16 he was going to have to help with something out of the ordinary when Fletcher was traveling to the Twin Cities to visit his daughter. Beverly Edith Toso, 76, of Hoffman, Minn., had driven her vehicle off of a bridge being replaced on Interstate 94 over Lake Lakota near Alexandria.
FARGO—Businesses in North Dakota, Minnesota and other states are now able to compete with online retailers after the U.S. Supreme Court announced their ruling on the Wayfair v South Dakota case. The 5-4 decision made by the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday, June 21, will now allow states to collect sales taxes from online businesses whether they have a physical location in that state or not.
FARGO—Many gathered in the Sanctuary Events Center Wednesday, June 20, to witness 73 individuals to complete their process in becoming a U.S. citizen through the naturalization ceremony. North Dakota Supreme Court Justice Lisa Fair McEvers was the featured speaker while U.S. Magistrate Judge Alice Senechal presided over the ceremony for new citizens who came from across North Dakota.
WEST FARGO-- The skies were clear, and the wind was perfect for a evening of skydiving. Sheila Carter was out there to enjoy skydiving for the first time, but this evening meant more. Carter is an employee at Bell Bank and receives $1,000 from them yearly to contribute to the community through their Pay It Forward program. This year she used the money to pay for four veterans' skydiving trips in honor of her father who served in Vietnam and died October 2017.
DELL RAPIDS, S.D.—The final round of the South Dakota Class A state golf meet finished in dramatic fashion on Tuesday, June 5, when Sioux Falls Christian player Kate Wynja realized she was submitting an incorrect scorecard. The senior had accidentally signed for a score of 4 instead of the 5 she actually had on the 18th hole. Her play had put the Sioux Falls Christian girls golf team in a comfortable position in what would've be their first state title ever, but Wynja knew her confession would cost them first place.