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Art Hounds: North country expressionist landscapes
In this week’s Art Hounds: Art Project 605 showcases Jennie Ward’s abstract landscapes, Maithree performs a blend of Indian and Western classical music and the Minnesota Original Music Festival features the 48-Hour Band Challenge.
Fargoans find safety, community in homeless encampment under First Avenue bridge
“None of us are where we want to be right now, you know what I mean?” James “Wax” Chloupek said. “So why would you want to push us away?" The city of Fargo is exploring options to address the camps.
When and where to watch fireworks this holiday weekend across Minnesota
The soggy start to July has put a damper on some Independence Day celebrations and activities, but fireworks will happen as planned in many cities and towns across the state. Here’s a list of events set to light up the sky.
Highways close as rivers rise across southern Minnesota. More storms in forecast
Rivers across southern Minnesota continued rising Tuesday, leading to highway closures — with more rain in the forecast. Meanwhile, a line of strong storms swept across northern Minnesota, with more storms possible later Tuesday.
Fargo woman faces up to 30 years in prison for bong water
A Fargo woman is due back in court next month on a drug charge from leftover bong water discovered in her car after she was pulled over for speeding. She faces a hefty fine and up to 30 years in prison sentence.
Robots with hoes show farmers possible future of weed control
Weeds are becoming resistant to herbicides used by farmers, leaving few good options for controlling unwanted plants that can quickly take over a field. This summer, weed-killing robots are patrolling fields near Moorhead, offering a glimpse of a high tech future on the farm.