Morgan Parrish

Local Golf Clubs Open for the Season

Hawley Golf & Country Club opened up for the season and golfers were there first thing in the morning

HAWLEY, Minn. — Golf clubs are out and swings are in full force. The weather was just right for Hawley Golf & Country Club to open back up for business. A “balmy” 56 degrees and a little bit of sunshine is all golfers need to get back on the course. “It feels good. You can’t beat this kind of weather,” said…

Diabetes Alert Day: Are You at Risk?

Adults are urged to take an online rick test for Diabetes Alert Day

FARGO, N.D. — American Diabetes Association is sounding the alarm about the prevalence of type 2 diabetes in adults. Diabetes Alert Day is held on the last Tuesday of March every year as a wakeup call to find out about diabetes. A free anonymous risk test is available online and only takes about a minute to complete. With questions such as…

Clothesline Project: Giving a Voice to Victims of Sexual Assault

The clothesline project is set up at NDSU where students are sharing their sexual assault stories through t-sirts

FARGO, N.D. — It’s a touchy subject that some people don’t wish to share with the public. “You thought it was okay to take advantage of me. It was not,” read NDSU student Mackenzie Eckman. “You acted like nothing happened but I have to live with this forever.” Eckman is just one of the many students within the NDSU community…

Dance Marathon at Concordia Needs Your Pennies

Pennies for Pediatrics is kicking off this week at Concordia to help support Sanford Children's Hospital

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Dance Marathon, a nationwide movement involving college students who raise money through dancing, games and entertainment, is stirring up a war at Concordia. The college is hosting its first “Pennies for Pediatrics” fundraiser on campus throughout the week. The competition is between dorms and off campus housing to see who can raise the most money by Friday….

One Lucky Teacher and Student Were Awarded at Barnes And Noble

Gracie Erickstad and Suzanne Larson were awarded for the my favorite teacher contest

  There was a loud round of applause during the Barnes & Noble “My Favorite Teacher Contest” ceremony in Fargo. Middle and high school students were asked to write an essay, poem or thank you letter sharing how their favorite teacher has influenced their life and why they appreciate and admire them. Participating schools collected the essays and provided them…

Shoppers Are Saying Their Final Goodbyes To Sears

Today was the last day of business for Sears in the West Acres Mall

Today was the last day of business for Sears at West Acres Mall in Fargo. 2017 has already been a rough year for merchants and shoppers at West Acres Mall. First The Limited closed and then it was Wet Seal along with a long list of other stores that will close. Now we’re parting ways with our beloved Sears after…

Fargo Police Connect with the Community over Cups of Cocoa

Officers dedicated a few hours of their day to play games with the community

FARGO, N.D. — Police officers took a break from patrolling the streets and spent some down time with the community.  Fargo officers hosted Cocoa with a Cop, visiting with families and friends. Movies, coloring and games were set up alongside tables stocked with cookies and cocoa. Officers say this event gives them a chance to bond with people in the…

League of Women Voters Highlights the History of Women’s Suffrage

The LWV held a meeting discussing women's rights and suffrage

MOORHEAD, Minn. — The League of Women Voters came together at the Rourke Art Museum in Moorhead for Saturday morning brunch. The LWV held a meeting, which focused on women’s suffrage. Heroines of the United States Suffrage Movement were honored with a presentation called, “Dressing the Part – Advocates for Women’s Suffrage.” The audience also took part in a walkthrough…

Vietnam Veterans Share Memorable Moments of War

The Event Celebrates Vietnam Veterans Day

WEST FARGO, N.D. — They served in the Vietnam War, and now they’re here to share their stories. Sweat, blood and tears are what veterans sacrificed to fight for our country. It was a time when hundreds of thousands of soldiers lost their lives. “To commemorate the memories and friends that are still with us,” said Ronald Durand, a Vietnam…

UND Hockey Fans Turn Out for the Big Game

Fans from all over join together in the FM area to cheer on UND Hockey

  FARGO, N.D. — Fighting Hawks fans from all over flock together in support of their hockey team. Endless amounts of beer, laughter and buffalo wings galore. Although UND didn’t take home the win after going into double overtime, dedicated fans stayed positive the whole time. “Let’s go sioux. Sioux ya ya,” said Brady Opheim. “Sioux sioux Sioux,” said Steve…