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  1. Police arrest alleged burglar in hour long chase, search

    07.24 / 03:30 westfargopioneer.com Westfargopioneer.com - Fargo
    FCCNNMOORHEAD—The Moorhead Budweiser plant had to be evacuated and shut down during a police chase Sunday, July 23. Authorities say around 6:45 p.m. they were called to a neighborhood a…
  2. More than margaritas: National Tequila Day stirs up new recipes

    07.24 / 03:30 westfargopioneer.com Westfargopioneer.com - Fargo
    INFORUMFARGO — For some, tequila is the mean culprit responsible for crazy nights, nasty hangovers, celebratory shots and everything in between. But Anthony Dub, general manager at Vinyl Taco, s…
  3. Couple make upgrades to classic Minn. lake hangout

    07.24 / 02:33 westfargopioneer.com Westfargopioneer.com - Fargo
    INFORUMLAKE EUNICE, Minn.—Jen and Troy Goering owned the Bordertown bar in West Fargo for 20 years before purchasing Randy's bar on Lake Eunice in Minnesota's Becker County in early 2…
  4. WDAY remains most-watched news, but KVLY questions Nielsen survey

    07.24 / 02:33 westfargopioneer.com Westfargopioneer.com - Fargo
    INFORUMFARGO—WDAY remained the most-watched newscasts in the May Nielsen ratings period, but chief competitor KVLY claimed the results were suspicious. "We're suspect on the book. It just doesn't seem r…
  5. Grand Forks group performs at disability pride parade with heavy heart

    07.23 / 22:34 westfargopioneer.com Westfargopioneer.com - Fargo
    FCCNNCHICAGO — Members of a Grand Forks-based performing arts group journeyed to Chicago this weekend to perform and celebrate at one of the nation's largest gatherings promoting pride among p…
  6. Kitten takes a gamble, beats the odds

    07.23 / 22:34 westfargopioneer.com Westfargopioneer.com - Fargo
    FCCNNCARLTON,, Minn — A kitten used up one of its nine lives last week after apparently hitchhiking from the North Shore to Carlton beneath a car — but found a…
  7. Researcgers sample ND coal for rare elements

    07.23 / 20:31 westfargopioneer.com Westfargopioneer.com - Fargo
    FCCNNBISMARCK — Armed with gallon Ziploc bags and a pick axe, state mineral researchers are sampling North Dakota coal to make a model for finding rare earth elements in t…
  8. Man set off firework in downtown Grand Forks bar, police say

    07.23 / 20:31 westfargopioneer.com Westfargopioneer.com - Fargo
    FCCNNGRAND FORKS — Patrons at a popular downtown Grand Forks establishment were reportedly showered with broken glass after a man allegedly set off a large firework inside the bar e…
  9. Brad Dokken: North Dakota angler to fish international tournament in Russia

    07.23 / 19:34 westfargopioneer.com Westfargopioneer.com - Fargo
    FCCNNShawn Hennings is in for quite an adventure. Hennings, 46, of Hillsboro, N.D., is a member of the four-man USA Predator Fishing Team competing in the 2017 World Predator…
  10. Always in Season: Goldfinch season arrives in the valley

    07.23 / 19:34 westfargopioneer.com Westfargopioneer.com - Fargo
    FCCNNGoldfinch season is either coming or going, depending on your point of view. From the goldfinch's point of view, it's coming on, but from the point of view of…
  11. Mapping memories: Fargo woman's new products offer artistic views of favorite Minnesota lakes

    07.23 / 18:29 westfargopioneer.com Westfargopioneer.com - Fargo
    INFORUMFARGO—At first glance, viewers of Cathy Hummel's large printed canvases might notice an overhead view of a lake, complete with some major roads winding around the perimeter. Hummel sees s…
  12. West Fargo's no-sort recycling charges differ from Fargo-Moorhead

    07.23 / 16:31 westfargopioneer.com Westfargopioneer.com - Fargo
    INFORUMWEST FARGO— As West Fargo enters its third and last year of its first no-sort recycling contract with Waste Management, officials know the costs of recycling could go up n…
  13. Moving a hospital and its patients is no small task. Find out how Sanford will do it Tuesday

    07.23 / 16:31 westfargopioneer.com Westfargopioneer.com - Fargo
    INFORUMFARGO — When Sanford Health begins moving the 50 to 70 patients from its downtown hospital to its new hospital in southwest Fargo on Tuesday, it will be the c…
  14. William Zahn, an Army soldier whose devotion to an Indian woman he loved might have saved his life

    07.23 / 16:31 westfargopioneer.com Westfargopioneer.com - Fargo
    INFORUMOne of Col. George Custer's Army scouts in Dakota Territory later served as an interpreter for Sitting Bull and participated in Buffalo Bill Cody's Wild West Show. William Zahn…
  15. Tower would restore bustle to sleepy 200 block of downtown Fargo

    07.23 / 16:31 westfargopioneer.com Westfargopioneer.com - Fargo
    INFORUMFARGO — Richard Boulger immigrated from Ireland during a potato famine and found his way to the bustling prairie town of Fargo, where he became established in the hotel b…
  16. Medical volunteers sought for back-to-school blitz

    07.23 / 15:29 westfargopioneer.com Westfargopioneer.com - Fargo
    INFORUMFARGO — Legacy Children's Foundation, a Fargo nonprofit group that works to help children graduate from high school, is seeking physicians, optometrists, dentists and shoe fitters to volunteer for i…
  17. Winging it on a prayer: churches are trying new ways to attract young followers

    07.23 / 15:29 westfargopioneer.com Westfargopioneer.com - Fargo
    FCCNNGRAND FORKS, N.D.—The names of hundreds and hundreds of people are hidden, but not forgotten, beneath the rug in the Worship Center at Hope Evangelical Covenant Church. The Rev. P…
  18. What is your home worth? Realtors and appraiser dispel 6 myths

    07.23 / 14:28 westfargopioneer.com Westfargopioneer.com - Fargo
    INFORUMFARGO — A home is often one of the biggest purchases and largest assets a person will obtain in their lifetime. But when it's time to sell or refinance, h…
  19. Appreciating this rugged, imperfect place

    07.23 / 14:28 westfargopioneer.com Westfargopioneer.com - Fargo
    INFORUMThey left me with a plate of Snickerdoodles, a fridge full of half-finished dips, opened bottles of white wine, sheets to be washed and a heart full and lonesome…
  20. North Dakota littering fines to rise dramatically

    07.23 / 13:25 westfargopioneer.com Westfargopioneer.com - Fargo
    INFORUMFARGO—Anyone caught littering or disposing of cigarette butts improperly along North Dakota highways will soon face a much steeper fine than in the past. Starting Tuesday, August 1, the f…