April Baumgarten / Forum News Service
A Fergus Fall, Minn., man could be charged with murder after law enforcement found another man dead early Sunday morning, June 2, on a curbside in Fosston.
FARGO — The Red River inched closer toward its crest this weekend, but Fargo city staff who worked to make sure it was smooth sailing amid rising tides had a mostly quiet weekend. That’s how City Engineer Brenda Derring described it Sunday, April 7, noting there weren’t any big problems that popped up as the Red River inched toward its estimated crest of 35 feet. “At these levels, we don’t need to do any sandbagging,” she said.
KINDRED, N.D. — Marvel Von Hagen and her love of 37 years were living the good life. The 60-year-old woman built hotels for a living while her man worked as a plumber. The couple who have lived in their Kindred home for 29 years were never ones to ask for help, even after medical bills started to roll in for her back and his diagnosis of colorectal cancer. But as money became tight, she sold many of her personal belongings and watched every penny.
FARGO — Not again. Not another blizzard. Stop with the subzero temperatures. And for the love of everything that is good, please stop snowing! That may be how Midwesterners respond when they see more snow in the forecast. This winter has produced some of the coldest days and strongest storms in recent history.
FARGO — Two winter storms bearing down on North Dakota and Minnesota over the next seven days are expected to increase flood threats, leaving the Red River Valley at the mercy of how fast moisture-packed snow melts this spring, National Weather Service meteorologists said Thursday, March 7. Above-normal snowfall has hit the region and is expected to continue into an “unmerciful” March, meteorologists said in an updated spring flood outlook.