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Snow Totals for March 5th-6th Winter Storm

Over a foot was reported in some spots

Ellendale, ND 19.0″ Frederick SD 16.0″ Kulm ND 15.0″ Kelso ND 14.0″ Wilmot SD 13.5″ Ashley ND 13.3″ Streeter ND 12.0″ Sharon ND 11.0″ Sisseton SD 10.6″ Hatton ND 10.0″ Karlstad MN 10.0″ Edgeley ND 10.0″ 4N Park Rapids MN 9.3″ Jamestown ND 9.0″ New York Mills MN 9.0″ Buxton ND 9.0″ Sebeka MN 9.0″ Argyle MN 8.7″ Harvey ND…

The Ins and Outs of Late Season Winter Sports

Spring Snow Makes For Better Snowshoeing and Cross-Country Skiing

Nordic skiing and snowshoeing are two of the region’s favorite sports when there’s chilly temperatures and fresh snow on the ground. According to Joe Martin of the NDSU Nordic Ski team, the closer the temperature is to freezing, the smoother and faster the ski trails are. When temperatures are lower, the skiiers go slower because of the harder snow out…

Eagles Elementary Students Learn How to Use the Golden Rule

Staff taught the importance of empathy during the Day of Compassion

FARGO, N.D. — Students at a south Fargo elementary school spent their day learning how to apply the Golden Rule into their lives. The school hopes the students learn to use compassion in their everyday lives. Fourth and fifth graders at Eagles Elementary School took the day off from classes to learn a different kind of lesson — how to…

Police Respond to Call of Suicidal Man at West Fargo Mobile Home

The unidentified subject was taken into custody without incident and no shots were fired

WEST FARGO, N.D. — Police responded to a call involving a suicidal man at a West Fargo mobile home. Police arrived at 100 12th Street East just after nine this morning. A woman living at the address said that a man living with her was threatening harm to himself. The subject left the mobile home with no shots fired. Police…

Experiments with KVRR Meteorologist Scott Sincoff – Alka-Seltzer Rockets

Fun and Easy Science Experiments

This week, Meteorologist Scott Sincoff worked with Concordia Science Academy’s Dr. Graeme Wyllie on a cool and explosive experiments – Alka-Seltzer Rockets! Blast Off with Alka-Seltzer Rockets For anyone out there who still has some old film canisters lying around, here’s a chance to take something simple and actually do some rocket science. If you don’t have any of the…

Tenants of Heartland Apartments Scramble to Find New Places to Live

The apartment is scheduled for demolition on May 15

FARGO, N.D. — Residents of Heartland Apartments in north Fargo were notified told their complex is being demolished. The people who live in Heartland Apartments were notified Tuesday that their building is set for demolition. The apartment building was built on the site of a former gas plant that was used to fuel downtown Fargo’s street lights back in the…

MSUM Art Exhibit Honors Those Who Struggled To Achieve Equality

The display focused on the music composed by those in the middle of the Civil Rights movement

MOORHEAD, Minn. — An exhibit celebrating the struggle for racial equality ends its run on MSUM’s campus. The Songs of Resistance and Civil Rights exhibit commemorates the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King’s assassination. The exhibit includes pictures of songs vital to the fight for civil rights and scanable codes for visitors to play on their smartphones. Faculty in…

Snow Totals – February 22nd into February 23rd

Snow Totals from across the Dakotas and Minnesota

Richville, MN – 7.0″ Menahga, MN – 6.5″ Badoura, MN – 6.3″ Fergus Falls, MN – 6.0″ Park Rapids, MN – 6.0″ Bluffton, MN – 5.5″ Cormorant, MN – 5.0″ Dunvilla, MN – 5.0″ Nimrod, MN – 5.0″ Deer Creek, MN – 5.0″ Havana, ND – 5.0″ Westbury, MN – 5.0″ Sebeka, MN – 5.0″ Vergas, MN – 4.8″ Abercrombie,…

Lamoureux Twins’ Olympic Heroics Provide Hometown Hockey Inspiration

Grand Forks natives, Jocelyn and Monique Lamoureux, each provided a spark that carried the U.S. women's hockey team to the gold medal

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — For the first time since 1998, team USA Women’s Hockey is bringing home the gold by beating Canada, 3-2. Grand Forks natives Jocelyn Lamoureux–Davidson and Monique Lamoureux were essential to ending Canada’s streak of four consecutive golds. Monique scored the game–tying goal in the third period, and Jocelyn netted the game–winner in the shootout. It’s a…

Dates Set For Racing at North Dakota Horse Park This Summer

Racing will take place over three weekends in July

BISMARCK, N.D. — Horse racing is returning to the North Dakota Horse Park this summer. The park will host six days of racing on July 14th and 15th, 21st and 22nd and 27th and 28th. Funding has been approved by the North Dakota Racing Commission. Horse Park GM Mike Schmitz says you can expect new promotions, entertainment as well as…