Danielle Church

Understanding DACA and Why it Affects People in the Valley

More than 800,000 of them are about to be affected by President Trump's decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, program

FARGO, ND — Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, affects more than 800,000 people in the United States. With President Trump’s announcement that he will rescind the program, people all over the country are reacting, including here in Fargo. They’re called DREAMERS. More than 800,000 of them are about to be affected by President Trump’s decision to end the…

“The World in Fargo-Moorhead Diversity” Exhibit Opens at the Fargo Public Library

Each individual photographed for the exhibit will tell their full stories in person at the library September 17

FARGO, ND — The Fargo Public Library’s is highlighting the importance of diversity. They are putting on “The World in Fargo-Moorhead Diversity” exhibit now through October 1 to show all the kinds of people that live in this community. The exhibit features pictures of people from around the area that were all born outside Fargo, each of them having their…

Ashley Hunter Sentenced to Two Life Terms in Prison Without Parole

Samuel Traut's family gave speeches to the court

FARGO, ND — The question “do you have any siblings” is one Sally Traut will never answer the same. “What do I say? Do I say I don’t have any siblings just to simplify it? Do I say ‘one’ and just move on, making them think I don’t particularly enjoy my sibling,” Sally said. For Sally’s mother MaryAnn, it’s hard…

Fargo Cricket Club Hosts Red River Cup 2017

The competition will last two days against club from Winnipeg

FARGO, N.D. — The Fargo Cricket Club invited a Winnipeg team to the Red River Cup 2017 showdown. These teams will play against each other for two days this weekend.  Fargo players invite Winnipeg’s Cosmos Cricket team to their tournament every year. One Cosmos cricket member says he always enjoys playing against Fargo’s team because of their skill level. “It is…

Bison Fans Celebrate First Home Football Game of the Year

NDSU fans say the atmosphere is what keeps them coming back for more

FARGO, N.D. — Bison Fever is at its ultimate high. “Been looking forward to this day since the season ended last year and now we’re looking forward to a great new season,” Scott Stofferahn said. The herd is celebrating the first Bison football game of the year at home. “Just enjoying the atmosphere, you know? Come out here and everybody’s…

The Valley’s Sixth Red Cross Vehicle Heads to Houston

A couple plans to be in Texas by Sunday to help storm victims for two weeks

FARGO, ND — The Red Cross helped bring the response vehicle all the way from Rochester, Minnesota to Fargo. It can carry a crew and meals to feed up to a thousand people in areas of disaster. So begins the three hour drive from Bismarck to Fargo to start Molly Zosel and Lance Houer’s journey. “I’m used to driving so…

Harwood Area Still Taped Off; New Tip Line for Savanna Greywind Investigation

He said he never would have expected something like this in his own neighborhood

HARWOOD, ND — The area in Harwood where 22-year-old Savanna Greywind’s body was found is still taped off. Dean Shearer, who lives near the abandoned farmstead, said he never sees activity going on in the area. He told us the grass has always been tall and hasn’t been kept up since the farmhouse was abandoned. The night Greywind’s body was…

Fans Celebrate Bison Football Eve at the Old Broadway

Fans get ready for new football season with their beloved hometown team

FARGO, ND — Bison fans are ready for the new football season and to celebrate, they threw a “Bison Football Eve” party. The celebration included live music from the Front Fenders and a pep rally featuring the NDSU cheer team and the Gold Star Marching Band. There was also a Bison gift giveaway of free posters. This will be the…

Fargo North High Freshmen Participate in Respect Retreat

Ninth graders were taught how to build strong connections with one another, how to address bullying

MOORHEAD, Minn. — At North High, they’re making sure every freshman feels comfortable. More than 200 ninth graders participated in a Respect Retreat at the Hjemkomst Center. It taught them how to build stronger relationships with one another and to prevent bullying. Freshmen also met with seniors to discuss what they’d like to accomplish in their high school careers. Dancing, role…

Cass County Chief Deputy Retires After Forty-One Years of Service

Rick Majerus was honored at the Cass County Sheriff's Office by all kinds of law enforcement groups

CASS COUNTY, ND — After 41 years serving Cass County, Chief Deputy Rick Majerus has retired his badge. People from the State’s Attorney’s office, North Dakota Highway Patrol and many other law enforcement groups stopped by the Cass County Sherriff’s Office to congratulate their friend on a job well done. Majerus received many plaques, plenty of criticism for being a…