Author: Anthony Fridgen

North Dakota Agriculture Leaders React To Phase One Trade Agreement

North Dakota Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring, who was at the signing, says this is a big first step in the right direction.

WASHINGTON — After President Trump signed the Phase One Trade Agreement with China, markets are now being reopen after nearly two years of tariffs. North Dakota Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring, who was at the signing, says this is a big first step in the right direction. “I really feel there is a lot of value here because it adds stability…

Twenty Below Coffee To Open Moorhead Doors In Spring

Twenty Below Coffee shop will be opening up it's doors to customers this upcoming spring.

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Moorhead is just a couple months away from adding a new local coffee shop to it’s downtown area. Twenty Below Coffee shop will be opening up it’s doors to customers this upcoming spring. The shop which is located in Comstock Commons on 8th Street South will be the 2nd location in the F-M area. The owner says…

Class Of Students And Staff Raise Cash With Donkeyball Game

The Event Helped Teach Kids About How To Manage An Event

HUNTER, N.D. — With the sound of the buzzer, and a jump ball. Begins the wackiest game of charity basketball in the valley. We asked other learners at our school to come do it and parents coming as well we have our educators playing as well some have fun costumes they can put on to play, Northern Cass School Student,…

Community Kitchen Offers Fresh Meals To FM Area

The lunch which included a hearty soup and greens was served up for free with a free will donations.

FARGO, N.D. — The Vocational Training Center and Heart-n-Soul Community kitchen are teaming up to dish out some delicious meals for people. The lunch which included a hearty soup and greens was served up for free with a free will donations. The money raised helps support providing fresh locally grown foods to people in the community. Organizers say the lunch…

Bison Fans Support Team From Fargo

The Team Capped Off Its Perfect Season With The FCS Championship

FARGO, N.D. — Bison fans herding into the Fargo Herd & Horns to celebrate their perfect season championship run. For Assistant General Manager Frank Thomas, it’s been a good season for the restaurant “Oh ya this is Bison game day, it’s always big for us we are a family friendly environment so we allow kids in and so it’s championship…

Former Viking Helps Raise Money For Football Camps

The former Viking signed autographs, took pictures and had Vikings gear out for sale

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Vikings fans packed into bars and restaurants to cheer on their team. They were joined by a former Viking, who was out helping support the next generation of athletes. Former Vikings player Ted Brown was at J.C. Chumley in Moorhead to help raise money for the Midwest Premier Football League. The former Viking signed autographs, took pictures…

Cass County Asking Voters To Help Decide On New “I Voted” Sticker

The Winner Will Be Decided In April

FARGO, N.D. – Cass County is asking people to vote for the newest “I voted” sticker for the 2020 primary. The over 100 submissions crafted by the young artists of fourth grade classrooms across the county are being used to encourage voter registration. The winning vote will get passed onto the state government to compete against other counties with the…

Fargo K9 Duo Remembers America’s Top Dog Victory

The Duo Moved Onto The Final Rounds That Will Air Later In The Year

FARGO, N.D. – For TV star and police K9 Falco and his handler, Officer David Cochran were told they would be competing in the A&E’s America’s Top Dog it was an exciting moment for the pair. “We had auditioned for a spot on the show so they have really must of liked him so very neat opportunity,” Cochran said. Cochran…

Moorhead City Hall Holds Meeting To Tackle Turkey Population

The point of the meeting is to hear feedback from the community with the help of the Minnesota DNR and city officials.

MOORHEAD, Minn. — People packed into the Moorhead City Hall to voice their opinions on what they should do about the increasing turkey population. The point of the meeting is to hear feedback from the community with the help of the Minnesota DNR and city officials. “Our role here is to be technical advisers on turkey management and other types…

TRIAD and Senior Connections Holds Educational Talks About Weather Safety

One of the reasons for the talk is because senior citizens are at a higher risk of health problems and injuries related to the cold.

MOORHEAD, Minn. — TRIAD and Senior Connections are teaming up to educate people about how to stay safe during our dangerous winter weather. The group spoke to a packed room at the Hjemkomst Center in Moorhead. One of the reasons for the talk is because senior citizens are at a higher risk of health problems and injuries related to the…