Author: Adam Ladwig

Social Distancing: Feeling Thankful

Plus, looking ahead to Christmas

It sure seems like we made the most of this weird Thanksgiving Holiday. It was heartwarming seeing so many people have celebrations at home while still getting into the spirit and remembering what they have to be thankful for. I saw several people making their very first pies. My very first pie turned out better than I could have hoped!…

Melinda’s Garden Moment: Indoor Gardening

Keep Your Green Thumb Going During Winter

Brighten your home with a few colorful amaryllis. Purchase firm bulbs free of soft spots and blemishes. Plant one or more bulbs in a container with drainage holes that is slightly larger than the bulbs. Plant your amaryllis in a well-drained potting mix leaving the top 1/3 of the bulb above the soil surface. Then water thoroughly. Or place several…

Two teens hurt after Nelson County, ND crash

NELSON COUNTY, N.D. – Two juveniles are hurt after a 15-year-old driver rear-ended a vehicle on Highway 2. A teen girl was driving west on Highway 2 when a car in front of her slowed down for a hazard. Highway Patrol says she didn’t realize the car in front of her slowed down and she rear-ended it. She was taken…

Man arrested after chase in Grand Forks

GRAND FORKS, N.D. – A Thanksgiving morning chase ends with a suspect in custody. Grand Forks Police says officers tried to pull over a car near 42nd Avenue South and Demers Avenue shortly after 3:00 matching the description of a car that left the scene of a service call. Authorities say the driver, 29-year-old Cordero Foster, ran a red light…

Assistant Secretary for Health For HSS Says Quarantine Guidelines Could Loosen Soon

Admiral Brett P. Giroir Joined KVRR's Morning Show Team To Talk About The Pandemic

    FARGO, N.D. – Admiral Brett P. Giroir is the Assistant Secretary for Health at HHS. He tells Adam Ladwig and Emily Welker that COVID-19 numbers could be turning the corner here in our region after being the worst in the nation for most of the past month. He tells us how we can make sure the curve goes…

Social Distancing: Pie In The Sky

First Time Cooks Are Navigating Kitchens All Across The Country This Thanksgiving

  We wish you a safe and happy Thanksgiving celebration today. Safe from COVID risk, and safe from kitchen calamity. A lot of people are attempting Thanksgiving cooking for the first time today. We’ve got first-time turkey cooking tips on the morning show page on KVRR.com from our friends at Meats by John & Wanye. This Thanksgiving morning I’m sharing…

WATCH: Winter running tip from Fargo ends up in New York Times

The NYT Called Fargo's Beyond Running To Get Advice For Runners During Pandemic

  Runners from around the country are getting running tips from right here in Fargo as they try to stay in shape this winter during the pandemic. Beyond Running Co-Owner Sally Loeffler was featured in a New York Times article about winter running. She says those are lessons a lot more people are going to want to learn this fall…

Social Distancing: Describe 2020 In One Word

The Dictionary Can't. Can You?

  2020 has been an interesting year for all of us to navigate, and Oxford English Dictionary agrees. The dictionary traditionally names a certain word for every year. This year, not so much. According to a new report released by the publishing company, “20-20 is not a year that could neatly be accommodated in one single ‘Word of the Year.”…

LIVE: Fargo Filmmaker’s Short Film Featured In National Film Festival

"Wake" Is A Short Film Told Entirely Through Music And Dance

  A Fargo filmmaker’s new short film is getting a nation-wide spotlight this week. Oscar De Leon directed “Wake”, a short film featuring local dancers and no dialogue. He filmed it over two days near Ashby, Minnesota. The film was selected as part of the Official Latino Film Festival that runs online this weekend. De Leon says his film is…