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MATBUS to unveil new busses featuring innovative technologiesgreenArrow

September 1: MATBUS and its supporting partners are excited to unveil the latest buses to the Fargo-Moorhead metro.  Two 40-foot 2015 New Flyer Xcelsior hybrid buses and one 35-foot 2015 New Flyer Xcelsior diesel bus will soon be part of ... Read More»

Language learning resource Rosetta Stone now available at Fargo Public LibrarygreenArrow

Interested in learning a new language? The Fargo Public Library recently added Rosetta Stone, a popular and award-winning online language learning tool, to its online language learning resources. Using a mixture of pictures, dialog, and voice recognition in an interactive ... Read More»

Fargo Cass Public Health Clinic moving to new facilitygreenArrow

August 27: The Fargo Cass Public Health Clinic will be closed Sept. 3 - 7 to move to the clinic’s new location and in observance of Labor Day. The clinic will re-open on Tuesday, Sept. 8, at 1240 25th St. S., ... Read More»

Fargo Police warn of “Operation Homeless” scamgreenArrow

August 24: The Fargo Police Department is warning area residents and financial institutions of a large scale check cashing scam where homeless or low-income day laborers are convinced to cash fraudulent checks. This scam was active in our area from ... Read More»

Fall compost and wood chip giveawaygreenArrow

August 18: The fall dates for the annual wood chip and compost giveaway includes one Saturday which is Oct. 10 from 7:15 a.m. to noon and every Wednesday and Thursday from Sept. 16 to Oct. 8 from 3:30 - 5 ... Read More»

2015 One Book, One Community pick is “Fractured Land: The Price of Inheriting Oil”greenArrow

August 3: The Fargo, Moorhead and West Fargo Public Libraries are pleased to announce the 2015 One Book, One Community selection “Fractured Land: The Price of Inheriting Oil” by Lisa Westberg Peters. This insightful memoir explores the question of what ... Read More»

Former Water Treatment Plant recycling site relocated to 1408 S. River RoadgreenArrow

August 3: The Water Treatment Plant recycling site has been relocated to 1408 S. River Road and is now open. Recycling containers for plastic, cans, glass, newspapers, magazines, cardboard and grass/yard waste are available. We apologize for the delay in ... Read More»