Author: Anthony Fridgen

Women Involved In Farm Economics Holds Annual Convention

This is the 43rd annual convention for the organization

FARGO, N.D. — Women Involved In Farm Economics, or WIFE, held their 43rd Annual National Convention at the Expressway Suites In Fargo. For WIFE Vice President Jennifer Jones, this year’s convention is tackling a range of issues, including low commodity prices, tariffs, monopolies and the high suicide rate for farmers. “We are all small–time farmers trying to make it. These…

Fans Celebrate Dakota Bowl Games

Fans from every region of North Dakota packed into the Fargodome.

FARGO N.D. — Fans from every region of North Dakota packed into the Fargodome and while parents and fans waited for their kids games. Reberta Erickson drove all the way from Beulah say it’s great to see so much support. “The schools are the heart of our community and we just come out to support our kids and hope they…

Aquatics Empowered Hosts Hot Tubbing For Hope

The therapy goes to helping many different kinds of physical ailments and injuries.

FARGO N.D — A North Dakota charity is hoping to turn up the heat on donations for people in need. It’s all a part of a worldwide event Hot Tubbing For Hope. Aquatics Empowered pooled into the Bison Turf to raise money for aquatic therapy. The therapy goes to helping many different kinds of physical ailments and injuries. The group…

Fraser Ltd. Hosts Festival Of Trees at Fargodome

FARGO N.D. — A Fargo based non–profit is looking to spread early Christmas cheer. Fraser Limited is an organization dedicated to helping children, youth and adults help reach independence. It’s having it’s Festival Of Trees at the Fargodome. Over 160 trees are decked with both jolly and holly. They’re sponsored by local businesses who decorated the entrance of the dome….

Dakota Specialty Milling Celebrates 50 Years

The Fargo–based company meets the demand for specialty grain–based mixes and ingredients.

FARGO N.D. — A North Dakota business is celebrating 50 years of success in the agriculture industry. Dakota Specialty Milling is having its 50th year celebration for both current and past employees. The Fargo–based company meets the demand for specialty grain–based mixes and ingredients. An open house at Fargo Air Museum was spread all across the floor with pictures and…

West Fargo Looking To Re-brand Downtown Area

It's an area that runs from Sheyenne Street between Main and 7th Avenues West. Your feedback is needed.

  WEST FARGO N.D — What do you think of “The Yards” to remember the old stockyards in West Fargo? Or “Old Town West Fargo” to showcase the town’s history and growth? Or how about “Uptown Sheyenne Commons”? They are three ideas to re-brand downtown West Fargo, an area that runs from Sheyenne Street between Main and 7th Avenues West….

NDSU’s Gold Star Marching Band Puts On Show At Fargodome

Sounds Of The Gridiron Is An Annual Show That's Put On By The Marching Band

FARGO N.D. — The drilling of the drums, the soulfulness of the saxophones, and the triumphing trumpets, the NDSU Gold Star Marching Band kicks off its annual Sounds of the Gridiron. For Director Sigurd Johnson, who’s been directing generations of talented performers for over a decade, says this concert is always a special occasion. “We have people who are just…

4 Luv Of Dog Rescue Hosts Annual Silent Auction and Social

The auction had over 650 items to bid on and organizers say the money is going to a needed cause

FARGO, N.D. — 4 Luv Of Dog Rescue is fundraising to help get some pups to their forever homes. The organization ran its 11th annual Silent Auction And Social where people could place bids on things like food plates, pet supplies and even an autographed Carson Wentz mini helmet. Organizers say the Rescue cares for over 500 dogs annually and…

Tim Walz Makes Trip To Fergus Falls For Governor’s Deer Hunting Opener

This was Walz's first Deer Hunting Opener Trip As Governor

  FERGUS FALL, Minn — Tim Walz, in his first year as Governor for the deer hunting opener, decided to make the trip out to Fergus Falls to try and get his first deer as Governor. Mark Thoma, who got to be the host for this year’s hunt, says it’s all about tradition. “That really is what the experience that…

USDA Approves North Dakota Disaster Designation

USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue approved disaster relief for 47 counties in North Dakota.

ARGUSVILLE, N.D. — USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue approved disaster relief for 47 counties in North Dakota. USDA Under Secretary for Farm Production and Conservation Bill Northey joined both of North Dakota’s Senators and Governor Burgum to talk with local producers in Argusville. “You don’t need to drive too far from the scene to see wheat fields still out in the…