FARGO—Fargo could match or beat a record for a one-day snowfall during the first 15 days of October. According to Weather Service as of early Wednesday morning, total storm snowfall amounts expected for various locations included: Fargo-Moorhead, 3-4 inches; Grand Forks, 4-6 inches; Valley City, 6-8 inches. Locations like Hope in Steele County accumulated 5 inches of snow. The 3-4 inches expected in Fargo could match or beat the record on Oct. 7, 1894, for snowfall in the city from Oct. 1.- Oct. 15 at 3.3 inches.
FARGO-- Kenneth Fletcher is an ordinary guy from Fargo. He spends his days working as a service technician for Advanced Business Methods, and being a long-time Michigan Wolverines fan, mows a large 'M' in his backyard when football season comes around. But on Saturday, June 16 he was going to have to help with something out of the ordinary when Fletcher was traveling to the Twin Cities to visit his daughter. Beverly Edith Toso, 76, of Hoffman, Minn., had driven her vehicle off of a bridge being replaced on Interstate 94 over Lake Lakota near Alexandria.