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Benefit for Sharron Ahlfeldt Living With Soft Tissue Sarcoma

Today Sharron Ahlfeldt is still battling her cancer and her co–workers are trying to help

FARGO, ND — Six years ago a North Dakota woman with soft tissue sarcoma was told she had a year and a half to live. Today Sharron Ahlfeldt is still battling her cancer and her co–workers are trying to help. A benefit was held at First Lutheran Church in Fargo to raise funds for current and ongoing medical expenses. More…

Some New Titles are Granted at the North Dakota International Pageant

Each and every one of these women are making a difference but what makes the perfect contestant?

FARGO, ND — The title holders for the North Dakota International Pageant are handing down their crowns. This was a night these women will never forget. When it comes to the pageant world, the glitz, the glam and the round of applause definitely add to the excitement. But it isn’t what it’s all about. “We don’t have to be great…

Miss the Bison Turf? Here’s Where You Can Get a Taste of the Menu

Bison Turf will be at Twist again on January 21st and 28th

FARGO, ND — Fans of the old Bison Turf could enjoy some of their favorite foods at a pop up restaurant. The bar was heavily damaged by fire in 2016 and has yet to re–open. Customers were invited to Twist in downtown Fargo for some Turf favorites including a blue bomber, a Turf burger, or they could get their old…

Vikings Fans Were Anticipating Tonight’s Win All Afternoon

More than 100 people come out to Herds and Horns to watch the big game and represent their favorite player

FARGO, ND — Vikings fans we’re spread out across the country all cheering for their team to win, including right here in Fargo. More than 100 people come out to Herds and Horns to watch the big game and represent their favorite player. Many of the fans say this is the game of the season. It could be the first…

Davies High School Students Pedal Out Muscular Dystrophy One Cycle At A Time

they raised $950 for two kids with the rare disease to go to a summer camp

  WEST FARGO, N.D. — Students at Davies High School are trying to pedal out muscular dystrophy one cycle at a time. Fargo is what some call a big, small town. “It’s got a high population but everybody knows somebody. There’s always ties to somebody. When someone needs help we all come together and help,” Jodi Roper, Cyclebar owner. Now students from…

Prairie Roots Food Co-Op Teaches Kids To Create Healthy Snack Alternatives

They used all local ingredients for their energy bites

  FARGO, N.D. — You can never be too young to start learning how to be a pro in the kitchen. Prairie Roots Food Co-Op taught kids and their parents how to create healthier snacks. They made energy bites with locally made ingredients including sunflower butter, oats and chocolate chips. Organizers say it can be good to expose kids to cooking…

Shoppers Line Up For Last Minute Deals At Moorhead Sam’s Club

the store closes on January 27

  MOORHEAD, Minn. — Sam’s Club shoppers rushed to get in line and clear out the store before it closes at the end of the month. One shopper tells us he made two trips into the store this morning and it was almost empty. The store in Moorhead is one of 63 Sam’s Clubs across the country closing. The Sam’s Club…

First Ice Harvest Since 1971 Begins On Little Detroit Lake

volunteers are building a 24-foot-tall by 30-foot-wide ice palace

  DETROIT LAKES, Minn. — The sounds of saws roaring on Little Detroit Lake is the first sign of an ice harvest since 1971. “In the 30’s, it was the second largest industry in this county right behind the forestry industries,” said Becky Mitchell, Becker County Museum executive director. “They shipped ice all over the country to be used for refrigeration and box…

NTSB Releases Details Behind 2015 BNSF Derailment in Heimdal

At least 30 people living in Heimdal were forced from their homes after the six-car derailment in May of 2015

1/5 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/5 Show Caption Hide Caption 3/5 Show Caption Hide Caption 4/5 Show Caption Hide Caption 5/5 Show Caption Hide Caption HEIMDAL, N.D. — The NTSB has released what they think caused a 2015 train derailment that caused the evacuation of a small North Dakota town. Investigators say they found evidence of a broken wheel and…

Homeless Students Displaced Due to Motel Shortage for Super Bowl LII

Ramsey County has a contract with motels in the school district that allow homeless students and their families to take shelter while still going to school

  ST. PAUL, Minn. — At least 2,000 students in the St. Paul Public School District are homeless and with the Super Bowl coming to town, many of them are being left out in the cold. Ramsey County has a contract with motels in the school district that allow homeless students and their families to take shelter while still going…