ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

FARGO

On Wednesday, clinic escorts outnumbered protesters while at least four patients were led inside North Dakota’s lone abortion clinic at 512 1st Ave. N. in downtown Fargo.
Glenn Smith, 67, of Grandin, was driving a motorcycle north on Interstate 29 one mile south of Gardner on Friday afternoon at speeds between 65 and 70 mph, the North Dakota Highway Patrol said. The speed limit was 75 mph.
Leland Swanson Jr. purchased his second unit in Manhattan's "Billionaire's Row" and the master condo at the top of the RDO Building in downtown Fargo.
The department of transportation is asking for the public to comment on plans to add the charging stations.

ADVERTISEMENT

Latest Headlines
The complaint alleged that Ulta Salon, Cosmetics & Fragrance, 4420 13th Ave. S. in Fargo, refused to let a woman with a disability enter the business with her service dog.
Work needed at the new clinic location in Moorhead includes replacement of an outdated heating, ventilation and air conditioning system. The new site will also need a security system with cameras and motion detectors.
A motorist who survived Sunday's crash was involved in another crash in March when a vehicle rear-ended his motorcycle and dragged him about 70 yards on a Fargo street, according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol.
Residents used words such as devastated, sad, disappointed and fear for the return to "back alley abortions"
Clinic Director Tammi Kromenaker said while she knew the ruling was coming because of the draft opinion leaked in May, it's still "devastating."
A 62-year-old Fargo man fell victim to an “Amazon order” scam, after receiving a call in March supposedly from Amazon wanting to verify a $1,500 order.

ADVERTISEMENT

Thousands of flights have been delayed and canceled all across the United States in recent weeks. Have your travel plans been ruined? If so, drop us a line.
"Faith Conversations" writer Roxane B. Salonen finds out why these locals are part of a fraternity that aims to follow in the spirit of St. Francis of Assisi, living more devotedly to Christ; not in a cloister or monastery, but in the world as ordinary Christians.
The one time the law has been used, in a community that, we were assured, was ripe with bias crimes, it has resulted in months of court work into a man allegedly saying something ugly during a bar fight.

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT