Matthew Von Pinnon

When the Texas power grid failed in the ice and snow, long lines of cars began forming at places selling gasoline and propane. Many people who had no heat slept in their running cars to stay warm.
It will not affect on-time mail delivery of the newspapers, but readers may notice an impact on the inclusion of some news and sports stories in print because deadlines will be earlier. The online e-papers and websites will include more recent news and sports.
Gary Holm will never forget the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
The United States women's soccer team will try to defend their world title won in Canada four years ago. This World Cup is being played in France June 7-July 7.
FARGO — If you haven't yet heard the name Lucas Moura, you soon might.
FARGO -- Watch this bird's-eye view of the Red River through downtown Fargo-Moorhead on Monday as the river hits 35 feet.
FARGO -- Forum Communications Co. has named a new vice president of newspaper operations. Aaron Becher, general manager of The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead and West Fargo Pioneer since 2012 and director of advertising operations for the company in rec...
PHILADELPHIA - President Obama mentioned North Dakota-born Eagles quaterback Carson Wentz while speaking in Philadelphia Tuesday, Sept. 13. "Joe Biden told me, 'Barack, you gotta get on the Wentz Wagon.' I said I am a Bears fan," the president sa...
WEST FARGO -- Fourteen years ago, Lynne and Curtis Olien's 5-year-old son Nathan died after an excruciating battle with an inherited and fatal neurological disorder known as Batten disease.
FARGO -- When I was a tot growing up in Moorhead, Minn., in the 1970s, a Forum newspaper photographer snapped a photo of me and my friends pushing toy dump-trucks up a mound of dirt alongside our driveway.