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The largest city in North Dakota Fargo was founded in 1871. A stop for steamboats in the nineteenth century the city was renamed Fargo in honor of North Pacific Railway Director William Fargo. During the 1880's the area was known as the "divorce capital" in the Midwest dues to its forgiving divorce laws. Today Microsoft is now a major employer in the city along with Navteq. The city is known for having one of the lowest unemployment rates in the United States.
Local Newspapers: The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead
Local Sports Teams: North Dakota State Bisons
Local Colleges: North Dakota State University
Zip Codes associated with fargo, north dakota:
58102 58103 58104
Towns/Cities near fargo, north dakota : Casselton Hillsboro Valley City Jamestown Bismark Moorehead MN
U.S. soybean association pleased with eased trade tension with China
American Soybean Association leaders are pleased as a potential trade war between China and the United States has been suspended, local media WNAX reported on Thursday. According to a joint statement issued on Saturday, the two sides agreed to take effective measures to substantially decrease the U.S. trade deficit in goods with China, and China will significantly increase its purchase of U.S. products, especially agricultural and energy products.Infant's death investigated in Grand Forks
Authorities say a caregiver brought 5-month-old Brynley Rymer to Altru Hospital on Monday. She was airlifted to Sanford Hospital in Fargo where she died.The bungling NFL, the accidental marathon and LeBron's challenge
Welcome to the new morning post concept, which I've decided to call "The Cooler." It works on three levels , but I'm not going to explain them because there's nothing worse than explaining why you think you're clever.Border-to-border ruck march to raise awareness for PTSD
That is what a group of Fargo men want people to remember as they march across the state to raise awareness for veterans with PTSD. Dalziel and three friends will be marching around 240 miles from the Canadian border all the way to the North Dakota, South Dakota border.Student-inflicted injuries to staff growing at Fargo schools
The number of reported injuries to teachers and staff inflicted by students at Fargo Public Schools is on the rise. The district says there were 510 injury reports ranging from minor to severe through the end of April.Fargodome improvements, expansion to be studied
FARGO - Improvements and eventual expansion of the Fargodome will be looked as part of a $300,000 pre-design architectural study. Both the dome authoriy and city commission have approved the review.Charges pending against Fargo woman after a 3-car accident on Interstate 94
A 26 year-old Fargo woman has charges pending against her after authorities say she caused an accident on Interstate 94. It happened Thursday around 8:05 a.m. when North Dakota Highway Patrol says 58 year-old Kathryn Paradeis from Fargo, was going westbound on I-94 near the 45th Street underpass when traffic ahead of her began to slow down.Grand Forks Police are investigating the death of a 5-month old child
On Tuesday the Grand Forks Police Department was notified by Grand Forks County Social Services of injuries to a 5 month old child. The child, Brynley Rymer, had initially been brought to the Altru emergency room by a caretaker for medical attention on Monday.Dispute highlights North Dakotaa s tough sell of new nickname
In this June 22, 2016, file photo, a photo of a mock hockey jersey with the new University of North Dakota Fighting Hawks logo is seen at an unveiling ceremony in Grand Forks, N.D. , The Associated Press By Dave Kolpack THE ASSOCIATED PRESS FARGO, N.D.- A dispute between the University of North Dakota and one of its most generous benefactors is underscoring the difficulty the school has had in selling its Fighting Hawks nickname. Engelstad Family Foundation trustee Kris Engelstad McGarry and school president Mark Kennedy are at odds over the foundation's plans to paint the words "North Dakota" at centre court of the Betty Engelstad Sioux Center, a basketball and volleyball arena.Late Risers Recap Ben & Natalie in the Morning
Wet Nose Wednesday introduces you to Tesha. A Guy Was Just Shot by His Own MAYTAG Oven! Carly Pearce is busy planning the perfect girls' trip with her friends.Man stabbed with scissors outside north Fargo home; Suspect being...
Sgt Matt Ysteboe tells KFGO News, it happened outside a home in the 200 block of 6th Avenue North shortly before 3 a.m. Wednesday. The victim had just arrived home when a stranger knocked on his car window and demanded a ride.Restaurant Report Card, new restaurant bringing home Clean Plate Award
Restaurant Report Card is back and better than ever. This week, a new restaurant in West Fargo is taking home the Clean Plate Award.West Fargo school examines bullying in senior citizens
Many parents often worry about their kids being bullied-but at what age does it stop? As part of our "Battle against Bullying" initiative, we visited one West Fargo middle school that's working to combat bullying-but for an older generation. Don Hogenson is 84 years young.Skillet, McCreery booked for Olmsted fair grandstand
The Christian rock band Skillet will perform at 8 p.m July 24, while McCreery, a former American Idol winner, will perform at 8 p.m. July 25. The shows are booked by Jade Presents , the Fargo, N.D., concert promotion firm that was has in the past booked shows at Mayo Civic Center. Jade is considered one of the major concert promoters in the Midwest.Grigsby pairs up with Real Truck
Based in Fargo, N.D., Real Truck offers an entire lineup of products to customize just about anything on a pickup truck, from the interior to the exterior and even under the hood. 'It's a perfect match,' Grigsby said.Veterans Honor Flight returns home after memorable D.C. trip
A hero's welcome for 85 veterans from the red river valley. They touched down in Fargo late Monday night after a whirlwind trip to our nation's capital.Relief for Fargo Landowners: Special Assessments revert to 2013 policy
At the time, the south Fargo lot cost Kjera about $56,000 dollars. 15 years later, he's paying nearly double that in special assessments alone.
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