Author: Anthony Fridgen

Michelle Fischbach Makes Stop In Moorhead To Talk With Voters

Fischbach also made a stop in Perham and will be in Alexandria on the 3rd

MOORHEAD, Minn. — A candidate for the 7th district of Minnesota is made a stop in Moorhead to talk with voters. Former Lieutenant Governor Michelle Fischbach made a stop at the Fryn Pan for a meet and greet. Fischbach is currently trying to secure the Republican nomination in April to take on Representative Collin Peterson. Peterson has served in the…

Community Leaders Talk About Housing Bonds For Working Class People

The Goal Is To Help Combat Homelessness In Minnesota

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Community members, local politicians and social workers packed into the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd. The point of the meeting is to address the local and statewide issue of homelessness. “Every Minnesotan deserves to have a safe, dignified place to call home and the resources that they need to be stable in their housing,” Executive Director…

Former UND Hockey Player Announces Run For Mayor In Grand Forks

Mayor Brown has been in office since 2000

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — A former NHL and UND Hockey player is throwing his hat into the race for mayor of Grand Forks. Brandon Bochenski announced he would try and replace Mayor Michael Brown Bochenski says he’s focused on helping grow the city he says has been stalling under Brown. He says he will put an excitement and a burst…

Community Mourns As Grand Forks Boy Is Laid To Rest

A Dessert Cabaret Fundraiser will be held Saturday night at 7 at Hope Lutheran Church with proceeds going to Borth's family to help with funeral costs.

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — The sounds of music fills the Immanuel Lutheran Church of Grand Forks, as 15 year old Jonah Borth is laid to rest. Those who came to knew Jonah say he had a big heart. “Pastor Daniel Voth” “Even if he had stood 7 feet tall his chest cavity would have been nothing but heart…. Love and…

NDSU Reaches Settlement With U.S Attorney’s Office For ADA Violations

The findings found the university did not provide enough wheelchair seating, seating for companions of wheelchair users and accessible aisle seating.

FARGO, N.D. — All Tammy DeSautel and her daughter Macy wanted to do was watch basketball at the SHAC at NDSU. “Ya know we were just there to watch a game and to have some fun and cheer, ya know my nephews it just really threw me off guard when we ran into those obstacles,” DeSautel said. Those obstacles became…

Moorhead Police Takes On Moorhead Youth Hockey

The sports center also held a Chuck-A-Puck for prizes, silent auction and a raffle.

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Moorhead Police officers took off their badges and picked up the hockey stick to support a good cause. The department faced off against the Moorhead Youth Players at the Moorhead Sports Center. The game brought in a crowd of people cheering on both sides. The sports center also held a Chuck-A-Puck for prizes, silent auction and a…

Hope Inc. Offers Kids The Chance To Try Adaptive Skiing

Hope Inc. Is Always Looking For More Kids To Ski And Also Too Volunteer

DETROIT LAKES, Minn. — Winter time means fun in the snow for thousands across the valley who make their way to Detroit Mountain for skiing, snowboarding and tubing. A team of volunteers from Hope Inc. are getting 18 year old Camerynn Peterson suited up for her day at on slopes. “Ya it’s great watching her get the freedom out of…

Kids Compete At First Lego League Qualifier

The tournament had 38 teams compete in the Regional Qualifier.

FARGO , N.D. — Kids from grades 3-8 presented and battled their blocks inside the Bentson Bunker Fieldhouse at NDSU. These talented technicians spent months working on their crafts for them to go head to head in missions using their Lego bots. “I have been doing this since I was in 3rd grade and my mom I think she saw…

Sanford Celebrates Chinese New Year

Panda Express this year raised over 26 thousand dollars to help sick and injured kids at Sanford's Childrens

FARGO, N.D. — Sanford Children’s Hospital is celebrating the Chinese New Year with festive items and a large some of cash donated by some restaurants in the Fargo area. Panda Express this year raised over 26 thousand dollars to help sick and injured kids at Sanford’s Childrens. The pair held a celebration ceremony at Cully’s Cabin inside the hospital. A…

Hope Inc Jr. Sled Hockey Team Takes The Ice

Organizers say it's a joy to see the kids go out on the ice and enjoy themselves in some friendly competition

FARGO, N.D. — Hope Inc’s Junior Sled Hockey team took to the ice to square off against a stand up team from Fargo Youth Hockey. The game is meant to show appreciation and unity between the two types of hockey and give the kids a fun experience to play in. Organizers say it’s a joy to see the kids go…