Here’s some of the top headlines on inforum.com on this date:
ONE YEAR AGO: A massive blaze destroyed the Galleria on 42nd apartment building in Fargo, displacing 150 residents of the complex.
TWO YEARS AGO: Light snow created slippery driving conditions on bridges and overpasses in the Fargo-Moorhead area, catching motorists by surprise and leading to several accidents.
Eight accidents – three of them rollovers – were reported between 6 and 7:10 a.m. on interstates 29 and 94 in Fargo and West Fargo.
THREE YEARS AGO: Opening-day ticket sales for a Jan. 17 Fargodome concert by rock music giants AC/DC were “very brisk” Saturday, according to the dome’s general manager. Tickets, which are $69.50 or $89.50, went on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday.
FOUR YEARS AGO: Three people were arrested today when authorities seized a methamphetamine laboratory in south Fargo.
The Cass County Narcotics Task Force and the Fargo Police Department’s narcotics investigators served the warrant this morning at a residence in the 2200 block of Third Avenue South, according to a news release.
FIVE YEARS AGO: Fargo’s airport is giving its viewing park double duty as a cell phone park – a free place for drivers to wait for arriving passengers.
Hector International Airport is promoting the park as a way for motorists to pick up passengers without clogging the lanes in front of the passenger terminal.