After advertising that he would hire only “U.S. born” employees at his Orange Julius, which is illegal, Fargo businessman Mike Stevens has opened a coffee shop.
Today the Fargo Forum apologized to the Catholic Church for reporting a perfectly factual story about a “pro-white” activist named Pete Tefft.
The daily Dickinson Press newspaper is cutting back its print edition to five days a week, Publisher Harvey Brock announced Thursday.
The Fargo Forum published, then deleted from its website today a letter to the editor copied verbatim from this blog.
The Fargo Forum published, then deleted an opinion letter on its website today after concluding that the writer used a fake name.
Roxane Salonen’s writings on religion have made her the Fargo Forum’s most controversial columnist. Many of her opinions seem like they were plucked right out of the 15th century.
Inspirational quotes have recently been tacked to the walls of the Fargo Forum newsroom as journalists learn of a new round of buyouts.
Roxane Salonen, the Fargo Forum’s religious columnist, compared same-sex marriage to slavery while defending a state legislator who posted the image of a gay pride flag emblazoned with a swastika.
Yesterday, the Fargo Forum published an infographic titled “DAPL By The Numbers.” With a general title like that, we expected a graphic representing both sides of the debate over the controversial Dakota Access pipeline.
North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum said in a recent interview that the state needs “courageous curiosity” to thrive. Berries are one part of this.