Moorhead Mayor Rallies Citizens To Pressure Legislature Over Railroad Underpass

MOORHEAD — Moorhead Mayor Del Rae Williams wants residents of her city to let state legislators have it! But be nice about it. But let them know how you feel! In a respectful way, of course. That’s Williams, always graceful and positive — even in the face of extreme political ugliness. The mayor has started…
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Politico Asks: Which Side Is Ed Schultz On?

The hard-core political web site Politico had a lengthy, lengthy piece on the Russian television network RT America recently. The thesis of Michael Crowley’s piece is that RT America, largely viewed as a propaganda arm of the Russian government and President Vladimir Putin, is very sympathetic to Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. Former Fargo television…
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Blast From The Past: The Ins And Outs Of Snagging Paddlefish In North Dakota

With the news a state record paddlefish was snagged in North Dakota over the weekend, my mind wandered to the time I traveled to Williston to write a story about snagging at the confluence of the Yellowstone and Missouri rivers. It appeared in The Forum on May 8, 2005. WILLISTON, N.D. — LaVern Gross leaned…
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VIDEO: Simple Question Rescues Day Of Fishing (Alternatively Titled, I Am Not A Very Smart Angler)

DETROIT LAKES, Minn. — You ever have “one of those days” fishing? Those days when all the boats around you are catching fish and you can’t seem to get anything? I had one of those days Sunday. And it was while fishing for spring crappies, of all things. Isn’t that supposed to be a species…
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VIDEO: Sorry, But Axl Rose Fronting AC/DC Is Weird And Shall Always Remain So

The reviews for the resumption of AC/DC’s “Rock or Bust” tour were good. Most reviews I perused after the band played in Lisbon, Portugal, on Saturday night were positive. Which is surprising, considering it was the first concert with the band being fronted by former Guns ‘N Roses lead singer Axl Rose. Rose took over…
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