Beloved north side restaurant closes indefinitely

Isiah Kesler, Sports Editor

November 21, 2019

After 15 years of service, the beloved northside home-style restaurant, Divots at Edgewood, is closing for good. This decision follows a series of unfortunate flooding that has hurt the business for the last few years, and wit...

Fires rage in the Amazon

Tate Schloesser, Editor-in-Chief

September 19, 2019

All throughout 2019 over 40,000 fires have been destroying the Amazon Rainforest in Brazil, Peru, Bolivia and Paraguay. These fires have been credited to slash-and-burn techniques used by farmers to create land for farming, grazing...

Flint, MI residents still worried about water quality

Elly Kenninger, Junior Editor-in-Chief

February 14, 2019

Have you ever been worried about the quality of the water coming out of a faucet, water fountain, or shower? Most people in America can easily answer that question by stating, “no.” Although, in recent years, residents...

Newman Center expansion approved by the Planning Commission board

Andrea McClary, Junior Ad Editor

January 2, 2019

North Fargo is potentially at risk for losing some of the most historic neighborhoods in Fargo several homes such in the Roosevelt district are being considered for demolition as a new project arises. The project was approved...

Savanna’s Act approved in U.S. Senate

Tanna Schloesser, Reporter

December 21, 2018

On the morning of Friday, Dec. 7th, the U.S. unanimously voted to pass Savanna’s Act. The legislation aims to gather data on murdered and missing Native American women all over the country. The act was introduced by democrati...

Major California flames deadliest in state history

Elly Kenninger, Junior Editor-in-Chief

December 6, 2018

Fires have been consuming parts of CA beginning late Oct. and burning in some parts for almost all of Nov. Wildfires in this western state are not an uncommon tragedy. California’s, dense population, dry surroundings, and pr...

Packages with bombs sent out to Democrats weeks before mid-terms

Tanna Schloesser, Reporter

November 29, 2018

In the weeks leading up to midterm elections in the U.S. 13 pipe bombs were sent out to commanding Democrats and critics of Trump. The packages, which were sent out Monday, Oct. 22 through Friday, Oct. 26, were intercepted befor...