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FM Ballet Presents “Aladdin” This Weekend

Three shows will be put on at the Fargo Theatre

FARGO, N.D. —  The classic tale of Aladdin will be brought to life this weekend, complete with a magic carpet and dragon. The FM Ballet will present the show at the Fargo Theatre. It’s a performance put on by people of all ages, and will be a treat for the whole family to watch. The company has been working on the…

Fargo South Students Present Multicultural Day Program to Elementary Schoolers

Students rotated through sessions to learn about different cultures

FARGO, N.D. — Immigrant students from Fargo South High School brought elementary schoolers a taste of their native cultures during Multicultural Day. Immigrants and their peer mentors in the English Learner program put on presentations about cultural holidays, clothing, and languages. Elementary students rotated through different sessions that highlighted countries from around the world. Abdi Hakim, one of the presenters, came…

NDSU Football Fans Show Excitement at Annual Spring Game

Even with the season kicking off in September, fans are excited just to see football again

FARGO, N.D. — Tailgating is a major part of the college football experience, and thousands of NDSU fans are excited football season is on the way. “Well you start getting a day like this, it really brings out the excitement that you know that things are looking up compared to the weather we’ve had, and we’re always looking forward to a…

Amanda Boyeff Named Fargo Public Schools Teacher of the Year

She is a special education teacher at Lincoln Elementary

FARGO, N.D. — Fargo Public Schools has named its 2018 Teacher of the Year. Lincoln Elementary School special education teacher Amanda Boyeff won the award. Superintendent Dr. Jeffrey Schatz made the surprise announcement at a school assembly Friday morning. Boyeff has been with Lincoln Elementary since 2004. Her selection for the award was based on testimonials from parents, colleagues, and administrators….

Horizon Middle School Students Honor Victims of Columbine Massacre

The students wore white t-shirts and stayed silent throughout the school day in memory of the thirteen victims

MOORHEAD, Minn. –Students at Horizon Middle School spent the 19th anniversary of the Columbine massacre with a unique tribute. Thirteen students wore white t–shirts with the name and age of each victim. Each of the students stayed silent throughout the school day, only speaking if a teacher asked them a question related to class. The students feel this tribute was…

Eventide Sheyenne Crossings Residents Thank West Fargo Firefighters

The senior citizens brought Sandy's Donuts as a sign of appreciation for their service

WEST FARGO, N.D. — Firefighters from the West Fargo Fire Department are receiving a special surprise from the residents of Eventide Sheyenne Crossings. The senior citizens gave the firefighters some Sandy’s Donuts while also touring the fire station. Captain Jason Carriveau says the doughnuts were great, but getting to show people what he does on a daily basis was even better….

Fargo Police “Pot Post” Going Viral

Today, April 20th, is known as "Weed Day," by many because the date corresponds with the numerical code for marijuana.

FARGO (KFGO)- A post on the Fargo Police Department’s Facebook has gone viral. Today, April 20th, is known as “Weed Day,” by many because the date corresponds with the numerical code for marijuana. Noting the date, police say they are giving away a prize to the person who stops by police headquarters with the most pot. Obviously a little tongue-in-check….

LIVE: Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

We're talking dirty, live in studio, with the director of the latest FMCT musical.

It’s not often we get to talk dirty on TV, and thanks to the hard work of the folks at Fargo Moorhead Community Theater, we’re making it happen live on the Morning Show. “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels” director Adam Pankow sat down with Emily Welker for a live in-studio interview about the 11-time Tony Award-nominated musical, based on the 1988 movie…

Two Dead After Single Vehicle Crash In Becker County

The names of the two people who were killed is being withheld pending family notification.

SOUTH ROUND LAKE TOWNSHIP, MN — The Becker County Sheriff’s Office reports two are dead after a single vehicle crash on County Highway 35, west of Ice Cracking Lodge. The crash happened around 1:52 a.m. on Friday, April 20. The names of the two people who were killed is being withheld pending family notification. Two other people in the vehicle…

Former School Superintendent Facing Additional Indecent Exposure Charges

Eight more counts have been added to 10 previous charges of indecent exposure filed in Stearns County against Scott Staska.

COLD SPRING, Minn. (AP) _ The former superintendent of the Rocori School District is facing additional charges of indecent exposure. Eight more counts have been added to 10 previous charges of indecent exposure filed in Stearns County against Scott Staska. The St. Cloud Times says the additional charges are connected to incidents that happened in St. Cloud between November and…