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Many Remember Arthur’s Barn as a Community Icon

a fired destroyed the building thursday

ARTHUR, N.D. —  After burning to the ground in a Thursday afternoon fire, people are remembering the memories they created at Arthur’s Bar. It includes everyone from the venue’s previous owners to the musicians who played on their stage for years. Love isn’t just found in other people, it’s also found in places. For many people across North Dakota, Arthur’s…

GOP Meet and Greet with Gov. Doug Burgum and Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner

Gardner talked about the economy and technology in North Dakota

FARGO, N.D. — A North Dakota GOP fundraiser welcomed several Republican politicians from the state and beyond to Fargo. Among them were Governor Doug Burgum, Representative Kevin Cramer and special guest, Colorado U.S. Senator Cory Gardner. Gardner said he wanted to attend the fundraiser because he’s impressed with North Dakota’s economy and the state’s plans in technology. He says it’s important…

Pink It Forward: Local High Schools Raise Money and Dig for Pink

All of the proceeds went to Pink It Forward, a non-profit in Bismarck that supports women with a breast cancer diagnosis

FARGO, ND — Fargo North and Fargo South High Schools are spiking out breast cancer in their 10th annual Dig Pink Volleyball Matchups. The fundraiser consists of three matches and all proceeds will be given to the nonprofit Pink It Forward. Sports are about more than just winning or losing the game. “There’s a lot more life skills that you learn….

Dr. King’s Niece Leads Pro-Life Rally at Moorhead’s Planned Parenthood

They invited Dr. Alveda King to talk about her own experiences of having two abortions and the message she's trying to send now

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Concerned Women for America of North Dakota and Minnesota held a “100 No More” rally in front of Moorhead’s Planned Parenthood. They invited Dr. Alveda King to talk about her own experiences of having two abortions and the message she’s trying to send now. King is an author, activist, former state representative in Georgia and is the…

F-M Stocks Up on Supplies With the First Snowfall Approaching

people say they're doing so to avoid getting in an accident

FARGO, ND — With blizzard conditions a possibility, people are starting to plan ahead. For some people, that means stocking up at the grocery store. Some people say they’re looking forward to the winter weather that’s coming. “Yeah, I’m so excited for the winter,” Gonga Gurung said.  Others describe Fargo winters another way. “Brutal, extreme. The wind is treacherous and you’re…

City of Fargo Considers Making Changes to 17th Avenue South Corridor

things like adding turn lanes and bike lanes are possibles additions

FARGO, ND — Some changes could be coming to the 17th Avenue South corridor in Fargo. However, not everyone living in that area agrees with those changes. Diane Roehrich has lived on 17th Avenue South for more than 20 years. She says she’s not happy with how things have changed over the years. “The traffic over the years has gotten worse,”…

F-M Welcomes New Community Members with Celebration

there will be another party in the spring for those who couldn't attend

FARGO, ND — It doesn’t matter if you’ve lived in Fargo-Moorhead all your life or just moved a few days ago, everyone was invited to the F-M Welcome Party. The Greater Fargo Moorhead Economic Development Corporation hosted the party to let everyone see what makes the metro a great place to live by getting to know the people that live here….

North Dakota Women’s Network Teaches How to be an Ally to Communities of Color

they taught people about how to handle racism and oppression

FARGO, N.D. — The North Dakota Women’s Network taught people in the metro about racism and oppression to give them with the tools they can use to become allies. In December of 2016, a man tried to forcibly remove a Muslim woman’s hijab on a Southwest flight from Chicago to Albuquerque. People sat by and watched as the man shouted “take…

Vintage Media Up for Sale at the Eighth Annual Record Fair

Records, cassettes, books and CD's ranging in price from $1 to $200 were available

FARGO, N.D. — Since organizers started the Fargo Record Fair eight years ago, they say it’s become bigger than they ever expected. Physical media connoisseurs thumbed through more than 100,000 records to add to their collection.  Cassettes, books and CD’s from $1 to $200 were also available. Organizers say they started the fair because they wanted to bring the Valley’s music…

Boo at the Zoo Breaks Attendance Records

Over 6,000 people attended the annual Halloween event

FARGO, N.D. — The Red River Zoo broke records when more than 6,000 people dressed up for their annual trick-or-treating event. Every single staff member comes together every year to put on Boo at the Zoo.  It offers kids a fun and safe early Halloween celebration.  It wasn’t just kids who got candy though. Even the animals got some special treats. …