History teacher Paul Zens excited to be back

Dawson Lindahl, Reporter

September 28, 2018

By Dawson Lindahl History teacher Paul Zens has returned to North High after a year long tour working at Fargo South. He was a long-term substitute for Sean Ritchie, the previous western civilization and AP European History...

North football opens season with win versus Dickinson

Jack Dorsher, Staff Writer

August 27, 2018

Brock Mjelstad scored a pair of touchdowns, including his first varsity touchdown, as the Fargo North Spartans toppled the Dickinson Midgets in their season opener 32-7. Mjelstad, a senior tight end, had two receptions for 19 ...

Mass shootings in America

Tate Schloesser

December 1, 2017

Multiple mass shootings have occurred in the last 2 months in the United States, with 2 of the 5 deadliest mass shootings in US history occurring within that time span. The Las Vegas concert shooting and the Sutherland Springs chur...

Russia and Trump Connections

Tate Schloesser

December 1, 2017

A lot of controversy has surrounded the 2016 Presidential election, and President Donald Trump is part of it. Over his entire campaign there have been many allegations accusing Trump and his staff of colluding with the Russian G...

New Republican tax plan

Tate Schloesser

December 1, 2017

On Nov. 2, 2017 the Republican senate released a bill that could change the current tax plan from the Obama era. The 429 page “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” could be the tax policy for the next 10 years. The bill is spearheaded ...

Is Fargo becoming less safe?

Is Fargo becoming less safe?

September 29, 2017

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