Author: Anthony Fridgen

State Patrol Offers Safety Tips For Holiday Commute

MINNESOTA – It’s the big last send off to summer: Labor Day weekend. If you’re thinking about hitting the roads, there are guidelines the State Patrol wants to remind drivers so they can have a safe trip. With increased holiday traffic, State Patrol is warning there is an increased risk of crashes. We spoke to a trooper who says if…

“Feeling Left Behind” Horace residents voice opinions on Flood Diversion Plans

HORACE N.D – For community members living in Horace, the added cash flow from the Diversion project will be a big boost in the community. “We have to do some major infrastructure upgrades which will involve water, sewer and road work. So, what this will do this money will help us leverage some state funding for cost–sharing purposes to do…

“I’m Moving Out” NDSU Students Are Saying Goodbye to Parents And Hello College At Move-In Day

FARGO N.D-It’s moving time. “It’s our unofficial kickoff to the fall so although the calendar says it’s summer, it’s where the small semester starts,” Said Director of Resident Life Rian Nostrum. With hundreds of new kids trying to navigate their big day, a lot of planning goes into it. “So we literally take streets, and we make them one way…

Protect and Serve Before The Bell, Dilworth P.D Teams Up To Help With School Supplies

Protect and serve is going beyond the call of duty and the sound of a school bell. Dilworth Police camped out in front of Walmart to collect school supplies for kids going to Dilworth–Glyndon Felton schools. Cops collected supplies like pencils, folders and backpacks in the hopes of helping kids in need as school closes in for families. “We called…