Author: Clarissa Allen

Rally Against Face Masks in Classrooms at NDSU

Some students at NDSU are saying no to COVID-19 overreach.

FARGO, ND (KVRR) — The students that were protesting said that they are not anti mask or anti vaccines but they are anti mask mandates on NDSU campus. “Being anti mask mandate means you are giving the people the right to choose what they want to do. we just wanted to be able to choose what we do with our…

Local Red Cross sends supplies and volunteers South

The organization has sent 4 volunteers from the F-M area along with one disaster response vehicle loaded with supplies and food to help victims of the hurricane.

FARGO, N.D. –The Eastern North Dakota & Northwestern Minnesota Chapter of the Red Cross has deployed a number of volunteers to help with relief efforts for Hurricane Ida. The vehicle will go from door to door in neighborhoods or can be set up at local shelters in the affected states . The red cross has also sent 19 volunteers and…

Black visionary work displayed At West Acres Mall

A local visual artist is given the opportunity to put his work on display at West Acres Mall during an artist residency.

FARGO, ND (KVRR) — Franklin Ugochukwu is a Nigerian visual artist who uses his skills and imagination to share his voice and the stories of people through a single portrait. “The underlying message of my art and my work is love,” he said. Franklin says that it has been a heartwarming experience being able to connect with the public through…

The Notorious RVG makes stop in Fargo

FARGO, ND (KVRR) — The Notorious RVG (Ruthless Vote Getter) brought their message of equality for all to the Unitarian Universalist Church community. The Vote Equality US branded RV was named in honor of the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. After the church service, the organization informed people about the path to the 28th amendment and the history of ERA…

NDSCS FIRST FOOTBALL GAME SINCE 2019

ND-SCS WAS BACK ON THE FIELD TODAY FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE 2019 DUE TO THEIR SEASON BEING CANCELED LAST YEAR DUE TO COVID 19.

WAHPETON, ND (KVRR) THE WILDCATS TAKING ON THE Mesabi NORSEMEN THIS AFTERNOON. ND-SCS WILL TAKE THE WIN 23 -22. Categories: College, Top Sports Headlines Tags: NDSCS Football, NDSCS Wildcats

NDSU NAMED PATTERSON STARTING QB

NDSU FINALLY ANNOUCED YESTERDAY WHO THE STARTING QB WOULD BE THIS SEASON

FARGO, ND (KVRR) QUINCY PATTERSON, A CHI TOWN NATIVE — WAS NAMED STARTER — AGAINST ALBANY IN THE FIRST GAME OF THE SEASON NEXT WEEK. THE VIRGINIA TECH TRANSFER — WAS GOING HEAD TO HEAD FOR THE SPOT AGAISNT SOPHOMORE — CAM MILLER — WHO STARTED IN THE FCS PLAYOFF GAMES — THIS PAST SPRING SEASON. COACH ENTZ SAID THAT…

Suspects who fled into cornfield arrested near Argusville

The property is under close watch due to suspicious activity

Joellen Hanson Joshua Mommsen   ARGUSVILLE, N.D. (KVRR) – The search has ended for two people wanted after they were found on private property and slammed into a car near Argusville. Around 8:00 Monday morning, Cass County Sheriff Jesse Jahner says a man and woman drove onto the property. The owner doesn’t live there so he has relatives watching over…

End of Watch Ride honors Officer Cody Holte

GRAND FORKS, N.D. (KVRR) – A nonprofit organization dedicated to raising awareness of first responders lost in the line of duty rolls into Grand Forks. Beyond the Call of Duty End of Watch Ride made at stop at the main entrance plaza of Ralph Engelstad Arena to honor Grand Forks Police Officer Cody Holte. He was killed in the line of…

Downtown Fargo Hosts Return of FM Pride Parade

FM Pride weekend had a rainbow effect this year

FARGO, ND (KVRR) — People from all ages, nationalities and backgrounds have lined the streets of downtown Fargo in order to welcome back the annual FM pride parade. The parade included floats, signs, and people tossed candy to show their support of the LBGTQ+ community. “We were so excited to be able to put the parade back on not just…

Downtown Fargo comic book store celebrates Free Comic Book Day

FARGO, ND (KVRR) Free Comic Book Day is a celebration of the incredible world of comic books. Kids and adults were able to shop in a huge selection of new comics, graphic novels, and manga. Paradox comics and cards had over 50 titles and people were able to take home Spider-Man, Batman, Archie, Critical Roll, and the Avengers. “Its an…