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FARGO—A "pro-white" activist here now says he has a specific date and place in mind for a rally to advance "pro-white" issues. Peter Tefft, 30, of Fargo, is considering the evening of Saturday, Oct. 14, for the rally he hopes to hold in the public square between the Fargo Public Library and the Civic Center downtown. He said Friday he expects a crowd of around 200 to 300 people. Tefft attended the "Unite the Right" rally that got out of hand last weekend in Charlottesville, Va.
FARGO — Newly released documents from the Richland County Sheriff's Office regarding the investigation of a priest contain references to him grabbing and shaking the alleged victims' breasts and touching them on the behind. The Forum received the documents Monday, Aug. 14, after requesting public records related to the sheriff office's investigation of Father Thomas Feltman, who was not criminally charged in the case.
FARGO — More than two months after his body was found under a blanket in a car outside Walmart in Dilworth, Minn., police still can't find anyone who knew 60-year-old Anthony Sabal. Not a family member, friend or even an acquaintance. It took weeks to identify the body — a task accomplished by the Ramsey County Medical Examiner's office in St. Paul through fingerprints. Locating Sabal's family has proven much more difficult.
FARGO — The Fargo-Moorhead area has had three drownings on the Red River this summer. Such deaths are a factor in the public's sometimes conflicted view of the murky waterway that flows north. In the wake of the latest drowning, Fargo Police Officer Jessica Schindeldecker said the department isn't telling people not to go on the river, but to use common sense. "It's important to be aware of the hazards and be responsible, especially when consuming alcohol," she said. Police identified the man who drowned Monday, Aug. 7, as Hari Kumar Pradhan, 32, of Fargo.
FARGO — A pregnant dog named Vixey found a foster home, just in the nick of time. The heeler mix was dumped at a health care center on the Spirit Lake Reservation near Devils Lake recently, and Homeward Animal Shelter here agreed to take her in. A shelter full of animals is no place for a dog to have puppies, however, because of the noise and increased risk of infection. Homeward manager Heather Clyde said a foster home opened its doors to Vixey, due to give birth any day now. "Even though we have foster homes, we're always needing more," Clyde said.
MOORHEAD — Chunks of asphalt shingles sprinkle down on the lawn outside a downtown church here that holds a place in Minnesota and U.S. history. Church members and historic property advocates are pushing for a new roof for St. John the Divine Episcopal Church at 120 8th St. S., and are holding a public fundraiser to supplement a state grant they hope to receive for the expected $150,000 cost. Historical architect Julie Rokke said the church, built in 1899, is a "gem" in the Fargo-Moorhead community. "This is a building that could never be replaced," Rokke said.
FARGO -- Memorial services are set for a man whose body was found in a car in the parking lot of a fitness center in south Fargo. A prayer service for Nate Olsby, 33, of Fargo, will be held Monday, July 31, followed by a funeral the next day.
FARGO -- One woman was taken by ambulance to a hospital after two vehicles collided in southwest Fargo, causing one to flip on its side. The crash involved a white SUV and a small black passenger car.
FARGO -- A Catholic priest who won’t be criminally charged over allegations of “inappropriate activities” with youth will remain on leave until the Diocese of Fargo completes its own investigation, the diocese announced Friday. The diocese released a statement after the Richland County State’s Attorney’s office said it would not pursue criminal charges against the Rev. Thomas Feltman.
FARGO—Groundbreaking for the downtown Block 9 tower and plaza project is once again being pushed back. Adrienne Olson, spokesperson for Kilbourne Group, said the developers don't yet have a start date but will give the public six to eight weeks' notice before breaking ground on the 18-story building on Broadway between Second and Third avenues north. "It will not be a surprise," Olson said.