About Fargo, ND From the Web…
“Fargo’s founding dates back to 1871, when the first settlers staked out homestead claims at the point where the Northern Pacific Railroad would cross the Red River. Railroads played a major role in the development of Fargo. In fact, the city was named for William G. Fargo, a director of the Northern Pacific Railroad, and co-founder of Wells Fargo Express Company.”
“Fargo is the largest city in the U.S. state of North Dakota and the county seat of Cass County. In 2010, its population was 105,549, and it had an estimated metropolitan population of 208,777. Fargo, along with its twin city of Moorhead, Minnesota, as well as adjacent West Fargo, North Dakota and Dilworth, Minnesota, form the center of the Fargo-Moorhead, ND-MN Metropolitan Statistical Area. Founded in 1871, Fargo is the crossroads and economic center of southeastern North Dakota and a portion of northwestern Minnesota. Fargo is a cultural, retail, manufacturing, health care, and educational hub for the region. Fargo is home to North Dakota State University.”
We serve the following cities:
Fargo, West Fargo, Wahpeton, Valley City, Grand Forks, Jamestown, Grafton, and Devils Lake, and Watertown and Aberdeen in South Dakota, and Moorhead, West Fargo, Fergus Falls, Alexandria, Bemidji, and Brainerd in Minnesota.
We serve the following counties:
Cass, Traill, Steele, Barnes, Ransom, and Richland, and Codington and Brown in South Dakota, and Clay, Otter Tail, Douglas, Beltrami, and Crow Wing in Minnesota.