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FORUM EXCLUSIVE: Audit papers reveal Joseph Chapman's grip on North Dakota State

FORUM EXCLUSIVE: Audit papers reveal Joseph Chapman's grip on North Dakota State

BISMARCK – Documents used to compile an audit provide further details about former North Dakota State University President Joseph Chapman’s role in controversial construction projects and shed light on what led up to two other resignations.

Fargo plans to stripe bicycle lanes

Fargo plans to stripe bicycle lanes

Fargo city engineers and planners were peddling a plan Tuesday that aims to get commuters safely to work or school on two wheels rather than four.

Unused Fargo sandbags exposed to elements

Unused Fargo sandbags exposed to elements

About 350,000 unused sandbags left over from Fargo’s flood fight have been sitting outside for a month, exposed to the elements – including ultraviolet rays that break down the plastic bags – as the city waits for clearance to use storage buildings.

Meyer presents message to new audiences

Meyer presents message to new audiences

Don Meyer’s recent schedule is not what one would expect from a fresh retiree.

Minnesota Legislature: Deficit is only issue remaining

Minnesota Legislature: Deficit is only issue remaining

ST. PAUL – Minnesota legislators are trying to decide if they can live with a $3 billion budget-balancing solution based on spending cuts and delaying payments to schools.

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Weigel takes appeal to Fargo City Commission

Weigel takes appeal to Fargo City Commission

Last shot at having termination overturned through city
Dismissed Fargo Public Works Director Al Weigel is appealing to the City Commission after a lower city panel upheld his March 26 firing last month.

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Clay sheriff gets approval to hire two deputies

Law enforcement agency still down 3 positions
Clay County Sheriff Bill Bergquist was happy with the Clay County Commission on Tuesday.

Argusville has concerns about North Dakota diversion

An Argusville, N.D., city councilman said Tuesday that he has “grave concerns” for the city under the current North Dakota diversion proposal.

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Forum editorial: Keep focus on priority: the diversion

Concerns voiced in West Fargo about a North Dakota Red River diversion project are both legitimate and self-serving.

Bike ride to raise PTSD awareness

Bike ride to raise PTSD awareness

Staff Sgt. Joe Biel wasn’t the same after returning home from his second tour in Iraq, his friends said.

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Force expect the unexpected in winner-take-all Game 5 tonight

There are crazy hockey series, and then there are this year’s Clark Cup Finals.

Speed limit reduction announced in West Fargo

The speed limit on a stretch of West Fargo’s Main Avenue between 45th Street and Seventh Street East has been reduced to 40 mph because of poor road conditions.

Moorhead Hollywood Video closing

The Hollywood Video store in Moorhead is closing as part of a bankruptcy filing by its parent company, Movie Gallery Inc.

Potter advocates audit of the Fed

Potter advocates audit of the Fed

Democratic Senate candidate also favors reining in Wall Street
North Dakota Democratic-NPL Senate candidate Tracy Potter said Tuesday that he supports an audit of the Federal Reserve, which the U.S. Senate has since approved as part of the financial reform legislation being crafted in Congress.

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West Fargo High holds event to benefit food aid

A new program supplied meals to 40 West Fargo students this year who otherwise would have had little food on weekends – if any.

Doeden: Walnuts perfect complement to asparagus dish

Doeden: Walnuts perfect complement to asparagus dish

I’ve always thought walnuts tasted best in cookies, particularly chocolate chip and oatmeal cookies. Quick breads have also been a logical place to put some chopped walnuts.

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Halgrimson: Delicious, gluten-free pizza

When I wrote about socca, that lovely Provençal treat made from chickpeas, I said I would add a recipe for Socca Pizza designed for people who must follow a gluten-free diet. Other additions may be made to satisfy those who like pepperoni or sausage on pizza.

Fargo Park Board approves 2010-11 deer hunt

The Fargo Park Board voted 5-0 Tuesday to allow deer hunting to continue in several Fargo parks during the 2010-2011 season.

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