Author: Anthony Fridgen

Moorhead Public Schools Plan New Format For Education As Schools Close

Superintendent Lunak Says Students And Staff Will Be Working To Create A New Format For Education As The School Remains Closed.

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Moorhead Area Public Schools Superintendent Brandon Lunak called a press conference at the Probstfield Center for Education to announce that the district would be temporarily closing its doors to students. Superintendent Lunak says students and staff will be working to create a new format for education as the school remains closed. “The decision to close schools is…

West Fargo VFW Raises Cash For Veterans At St.Patrick’s Day Celebration

The West Fargo VFW Will Be Hosting A Celebration For The Veterans Of The Vietnam War On March 29th.

WEST FARGO, N.D. — The West Fargo VFW is celebrating St.Patrick’s Day early this year. The bar served Beer and Irish Stew to all the hungry people coming in. The gun is a 1907 Remington Model 8 .32 cal. The money raised from the auction goes back to funding the VFW’s Military Order of the Cootie. The group is set…

St. Patrick Day parade organizers excited to bring parade back next year after cancellation

Before The Parade Was Canceled It Had Over 50 Floats Sign Up.

FARGO, N.D. — The annual St.Patrick’s Day Parade got canceled due to worries about public safety, but organizers say this won’t discourage them from coming back next year. They say after talking with health officials and the governor address they said canceling the parade was in the best interests of everyone’s safety. The Parade brings in hundreds to the downtown…

Financial experts forecast coronavirus impacts on economy

Flynn Says UND Will Be Releasing Research Data And Financial Estimates For The Coronavirus Later Next Week

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — The emergency declaration by President Trump and by both North Dakota and Minnesota are leaving businesses and people worried about their future. UND Economics and Finance Professor David Flynn says the virus is making some waves in every part of the economy. “I think we will be in for a period of volatility whether you wanna…

Animal Health Experts Say Low To No Risk Of Spreading Coronavirus To Pets

Experts, however, recommend not potentially exposing animals to the virus

FARGO, N.D. — Animal Experts in the valley are saying there is a low to no risk of the coronavirus spreading to your pets. Experts say according to the recent data from the CDC, that pets will not be negatively harmed by the virus or will spread. However experts recommend not potentially exposing animals to the virus. It’s also recommended…

Minnesota Governor Tim Walz Declares State Of Emergency For Coronavirus

The State Has Tested Over 500 People For The Coronavirus With Only 14 Confirmed Cases

ST.PAUL, MINN. — In an address at the state capital in Saint Paul, Minnesota Governor Tim Walz laid out the plans the state would be taking to battle the coronavirus. “I would ask you all to think of this as opening the tool box, we are not taking a tool out of it as of today in terms of things…

North Dakota Declares State Of Emergency For Coronavirus

The State Will Not Close K Through 12 Schools

BISMARCK, N.D. —  Governor Doug Burgum announces a state of emergency for North Dakota. Under the declaration, the government will provide new guidelines and policies to help battle the virus. Burgum says the state will follow the guidelines recommended by the CDC on COVID-19 prevention. He says the state will not close K through 12 schools. The new guidelines recommend…

ND Autism Center Hosts Meet And Greet For SafeTY Jacket Awareness

The Information Also Includes What They Look Like, Their Routines As Well As The Best Way To Talk To Them.

WEST FARGO, N.D. — Law enforcement officers and the North Dakota Autism Center are raising awareness about the safeTY jacket program. They are hoping to get more families and adults signed up for the program at a meet and greet at the North Dakota Autism Center. The program is a way for officers to know emergency information about individuals with…

Gov. Burgum says sandbaggers are doing well, looks forward to permanent flood protection

The city is behind production levels for their goal.

FARGO, N.D. — Volunteers are working around the clock at Sandbag Central to get 400 thousand sandbags ready by the end of the week. The city is behind production levels for their goal. “It really reinforces the need, this community we are talking about trying to protect here represents nearly 20 percent of the school children in the state of…

North Dakota Receives Millions Of Dollars For Coronavirus

State leaders voted to accept the funding on Tuesday.

FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota will be getting up to 6 million dollars in federal funding to stop the spread of the coronavirus. North Dakota has now tested 13 people for the virus: 7 are negative and 6 are pending with no positive tests yet. The cash comes from the over 8 billion dollar COVID-19 bill that was passed by…