Author: Danielle Church

Sen. Hoeven and Cramer Respond to Impeachment Inquiry

FARGO, N.D. — Focusing on getting other work done for the American people. That’s what North Dakota Senators John Hoeven and Kevin Cramer say Congress should be addressing instead of trying to impeach President Trump. Cramer says Democrats have “come up short every time” in trying to find reasons to impeach Trump. Both senators agree that the focus should be…

Cavalier Sailor Returns Home From Pearl Harbor

Floyd Wells was only 24 when he died in the WWII attack in Hawaii

FARGO, N.D. — A Cavalier man who died in the World War II attack on Pearl Harbor is finally coming home. Of all the moments she had with her uncle, Darlene Erichsen says there’s one she can still remember perfectly. “He gave me a piggyback from the depot down to the mailbox and of course our house wasn’t far from…

Cass County Commissioner, Former Fargo Public Schools Superintendent Passes Away

Vern Bennett was 86 years old

FARGO, N.D. — A Cass County Commissioner and former Fargo Public Schools superintendent has passed away. Vern Bennett was 86. He died at his home Saturday night after heart and kidney problems put him in hospice care. Bennett was superintendent of Fargo Public Schools for nearly 30 years but continued to serve his community after as Cass County Commissioner for…

Former Detroit Lakes Police Chief Shares His Rhythm With Audiences Across Country

Tim Eggebraaten was a law enforcement officer for nearly 28 years, but has always been a musician on the side

DETROIT LAKES, Minn. — For Tim Eggabraaten, pursuing a love of music means helping others find the right rhythm. “The purpose of my message isn’t to go out and say ‘oh look at me’ or look at police officers or anything. There’s just a hunger for a positive message out there,” he said. He’s trying to feed plenty of positive…

Grand Forks Neighborhood Busy Cleaning Up Storm Damage

Some homeowners say they got up to two feet of water in their basements

GRAND FORKS, N.D. —  Nothing says “congrats on getting hitched” like coming back home to this. “We didn’t expect anything like this to happen. We were in Devil’s Lake this weekend coming back home from getting married and my wife pulled in first and she noticed all the garbage on the street and everything was underwater. Water was gone but…

Dakota Games Draws Athletes From Around the World

This is the sixth year the competition has been held in Fargo

FARGO, N.D. — It’s not just what we love that seems to unite us with one another. It’s also what makes us want to scream from pain. “Those rope climbs, it’s a whole different movement than yesterday but they’re awful. We all talk and giggle and we all know we’re all in it together and all suffering,” said Makenzie Meade,…

Fargo Park District Celebrating Everything About Autumn

there are 15 family-friendly carnival games at Rheault Farm

  FARGO, N.D. — With a change in the seasons Rheault Farms in Fargo is celebrating all the things that make fall so exciting. “Fall in Fargo” has 15 autumn–themed carnival games so families can celebrate with one another. Games like the straw maze and apple toss are free while face painting and any of the rides are available for…

Fargo Police Still Searching for Standoff Suspect

They were called to a domestic disturbance at 1131 College Street

FARGO, N.D. — Just after 10:00 Monday night, NDSU students were sent a notification about a man who had barricaded himself inside a home near the campus. Two children were inside. Just another night of studying at a friend’s house became more intense. “I hadn’t checked my phone because I was doing homework and my mom texted me and said…

Eventide Raising Alzheimer’s Awareness With Glen Campbell’s Story

The retirement community also brought Glen's wife to town

FARGO, N.D. — To country music lovers, Glen Campbell is the “rhinestone cowboy.” Throughout his nearly 60 years as a singer, songwriter and guitarist, he never lost that sparkle. Even when things took a turn for the worse in June 2011. “When he got the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s, it was very natural for him to just say ‘hey’ this is…

West Fargo Police, Firefighters Putting on Bibs for Rib Competition

It will be tonight at 5:30 at Fargo's Texas Roadhouse

  FARGO, N.D. — West Fargo Police officers and firefighters are putting on their bibs to see which department can eat the most ribs. The event started at 5:30 and is part of a fundraiser Fargo’s Texas Roadhouse is throwing. The department that wins will get a bucket full of donations to use for community events. Texas Roadhouse will also…