AUDIO: Hoge Heading Back To The PGA Tour

Fargo’s Tom Hoge earned his PGA Tour card Monday and did it in style. Hoge needed to finish 15th or better in the season ending Tour Championship to be in the top 25 of earnings to qualify for his card. Hoge needed to make seven birdies over his final 12 holes. And he did just…
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So Long To The Skip

The Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks made a stunning announcement Sunday afternoon, firing Doug Simunic, the only manager the team has had in its twenty two years of existence. For those that don’t follow the baseball club closely it was a shocking move to dismiss a man that won five league championships and was named manager of the…
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Mark Knutson Visits Dizzo’s Den

It has been far too long since we’ve posted on this site, but we’ve got some exciting new ideas that hopefully we’ll be sharing in the coming weeks for the Den. This past Sunday, Fargo Marathon Executive Director Mark Knutson stopped by the Den to give his a preview of the 2017 race, when marathons…
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Graysen Myers Visits Dizzo’s Den

The North Dakota state hockey tournament drops the puck later this week in Fargo and on the girls side, all of the attention may be on Bismarck going for a three-peat, but there’s only one North Dakota team to beat them this year, North-South. They are led by junior forward Graysen Myers, who is second…
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Jake Paper Visits Dizzo’s Den

The Davies boys basketball team is the only team unbeaten in North Dakota and will be moving up in the next poll. One of the key guys leading the way for the Eagles is 6’7 senior Jake Paper, who is averaging 20 points and 12 rebounds a game. Paper recently stopped by Dizzo’s Den to…
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