Looking Back At The Historical HoDo

Story and Photos by Brittany Olafson A Little About Dale Dale Powers, a day manager at the HoDo, has been in the bar business since 1997. Prior to getting hired at the HoDo, he worked at Arthur’s, a restaurant by Walker, Minn. When he was offered a job at the HoDo, it was right around…
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I Hear The Train A Comin’

(Story and photos by Brittany Olafson, online journalism major) WARNING: THIS ARTICLE IS CLEARLY DIRECTED AT THE BOXCARS THEMSELVES, NOT AT THE ENGINEERS OPERATING THEM. As Johnny Cash would say, you can always hear the train coming. Well, at least in Moorhead you can. It’s hard to speak for everyone, but if they’re anything like…
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Downtown Fashion On A Budget

Story and Photos by Brittany Olafson, online journalism major Perhaps you live paycheck to paycheck. Maybe your bills outweigh your playtime. Maybe you’re just a college student trying to get by, living on dreams and canned pasta. Whatever the case, everyone is entitled to treat him or herself once in a while. Shopping for clothing…
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A Street Floods With Green

Story and Photos by Brittany Olafson On March 17, everyone was Irish for a day. The Downtown Community Partnership estimated about 20,000 people gathered in Fargo on St. Patrick’s Day to enjoy the parade and beautiful weather. Broadway in Fargo was the place to be on this holiday. The street was closed off to traffic…
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Old Man Winter Brings Fellow Sledders Together

Story and Photos by Brittany Olafson Just when we thought Mother Nature wasn’t going to show us winter, a heavy snowfall dropped into Fargo late February and literally took us for a ride.  Sledding [sled-ing] n. A recreational activity permitting use of a sled for either transportation or entertainment, usually when snow is present. A…
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