Author: Burleigh Holder

Lindenwood Park holiday lights sees increase in ticket sales

On track to surpass last year by hundreds of cars.

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) – Vehicles are parked around the block this holiday season to see the lights in Lindenwood Park. With new displays and fewer people being able to get together during the holidays, the park is a go to spot to spend the holidays. The non-profit has benefited from companies and organizations giving tickets to their members and customers….

Land O’Lakes Donates 20 tons of mac & cheese to Great Plains Food Bank

The Cheesiest winter in Fargo

FARGO, N.D. – It might be a little cheesy, but it’s also a great way to make a difference. The Great Plains Food Bank receives a generous donation from a Minnesota company that serves people nationwide. Land O’Lakes donated 40,00 pounds of macaroni and cheese to the Food Bank. Great Plains plans on sharing the gift with other food bank…

Rick and Morty holiday art stolen from Fargo yard

FARGO, N.D. – A vandal decides to ruin an artist’s fun neighborhood holiday display. Christina Johnson’s Rick and Morty Christmas themed display had one of its characters stolen from her yard in the 900 block of 10th Street North. Around 11:30 Sunday night, her surveillance camera caught a young man stealing Morty and causing damage to other parts of the…

Silent Activism for the National Day of Mourning

The push for a new understanding of Thanksgiving

FARGO, N.D. — As many families celebrate Thanksgiving, many bison statues in the FM area have been covered with signs that are against the holiday. This day for many Native Americans is the National Day of Mourning. For them, the day is a symbol of the actions taken by the pilgrims and other colonizers when they came to America. Some…

Holiday Lights at Lindenwood Park begins on Thanksgiving

Open a Week earlier in anticipation of a cold and snowy winter

FARGO, N.D. – The lights will once again be shining bright this year all across Lindenwood Park thanks to the FM Sertoma Club. Going on it’s 22nd year, Holiday Lights organizers are looking to have their biggest show yet. They expect around 80 light displays that you can enjoy from the comfort of your vehicle. Last year they raised over…

Fire leaves significant damage to home in rural Glyndon

An Older Gentleman Narrowly Escapes House Fire Unscathed

NEAR GLYNDON, Minn. – The Minnesota State Fire Marshal’s Office is investigating the cause of a house fire in rural Glyndon. Fire departments from Glyndon, Dilworth, and Hawley responded shortly after 10:00 Sunday night. Smoke and flames were coming from the house as firefighters arrived on scene. The main fire was knocked down within minutes. People living in the house…

Seniors trick or treat in West Fargo

Seniors using a holiday to keep their community members in good spirits

WEST FARGO, N.D – The West Fargo Area Community program holds a trick or treat for seniors. At West Fargo’s Lutheran Church of the Cross a senior community group gave away bags filled with either a sweet treat or a tasty trick. The group randomly threw in one hundred dollars worth of gift cards as well as candy and fire…

Elections officials on why some workers don’t wear masks at polls

The reason for some Poll Workers not wearing masks

FARGO, N.D -If you vote in person at the Fargo Civic Center, you may notice some poll workers aren’t wearing masks. KVRR went to the arena to ask why some workers masked up and others did not. We were told Poll workers and voters are not required to wear masks or other facial coverings. When speaking to DeAnn Buckhouse of…