Author: Danielle Church

Two Teens Injured In Rollover Crash Near Valley City

It happened Thursday night

BARNES COUNTY N.D. –Two teenagers were injured in a rollover crash near Valley City on Thursday night. Barnes County Sheriff Deputies and the Highway Patrol were called to 119th Avenue Southeast and 33rd Street Southeast. Officers say the 16–year–old driver of a 2007 Dodge Caliber was transported to a Fargo hospital and treated for her injuries. The 14–year–old passenger was…

Sanford’s Second Annual “Dancing with the Doctors” Jives Into Action Sept. 5th

Doors open at the fargo theatre at 6:00 p.m.

FARGO, N.D. — Sanford physicians will soon put on their best jazz, hip hop, country and ballet dance moves. Twenty–one doctors will lace up their dancing shoes for Sanford’s second annual “Dancing with the Doctors” competition. It’ll be at Fargo Theatre on September 5th. Doors will open at 6:00. All proceeds raised from this year’s dance competition will go to…

“Dear NICU Mama” Connecting, Supporting, Celebrating Mothers and Newborns

the group started in April 2019

FARGO, N.D. —  Martha Mink’s son JP weighed one pound and nine ounces when he was born in 2015. “He lived for only three days,” Mink said. But that wouldn’t be her only experience in the NICU. Her daughter JJ was born in July 2018 at only three pounds. It wasn’t until she got home from the hospital that she…

West Fargo Police Searching for Armed Robbery Suspect

They say no one was injured during the robbery at Casey's General Store on Sheyenne Street

WEST FARGO, N.D. — West Fargo Police are searching for a man who robbed a Casey’s General Store just after 7:00 this morning. Officers say the suspect was armed with a gun. Police say no shots were fired and no one was injured when a man robbed this Casey’s General Store on Sheyenne Street. Officers say the man they’re looking…

MSUM Kappa Sigma Takes Pie in the Face for Veterans

The fraternity is raising money for the Military Heroes Campaign

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Some Kappa Sigma fraternity brothers are taking a pie to the face for veterans in our region. For any free will donation, students and faculty at MSUM could throw some whip cream into the guys’ faces. The purpose of the event wasn’t just for some laughs, but to help raise money for the Military Heroes Campaign. It…

Local Group Rallying for Gun Sense in America

More than six million people are a part of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America across the country

  WEST FARGO, N.D. — About 100 Americans die every day from gun violence whether it be from a mass shooting, suicide or domestic violence. But Cheryl Billar no longer keeps victims of gun violence in her thoughts and prayers. “Two years ago when the school shooting at my nephew’s school, I started to care more and then Parkland happened….

Nearly 2,000 Concordia Students Ready to Start Fall Semester

Classes begin thursday

  MOORHEAD, Minn. — Getting through classes in college takes plenty of hard work but so does moving in just to get the year started. Nearly 2,000 students are attending Concordia College in Moorhead this year. Mikal Kenfield, the college’s director of residence life, says a little over half of the students enrolled also live on campus. While some parents…

NDSU Helps Farmers Create Succession Plan

There are two million farms in America, according to the USDA

  FARGO, N.D. — It wasn’t until after his father and grandfather passed in 2012 that Jon Bertsch decided to take over the family farm in Hillsboro. With it came the many challenges farmers face daily. “A lot of things are out of our control, mother nature,  the trade war, different things in regards to the ethanol industry. It’s harder to…

Biting Into Summer’s Colorado Peaches Fundraiser

the Fargo West rotary club has put on the event for 26 years

FARGO, N.D. — Fargo West Rotary Club is biting into the sweetest part of summer with their Colorado Peaches Fundraiser. The 26th annual event is one of two big fundraisers the group puts on each year. Proceeds go to charities throughout the F–M area. Peaches were ordered in advance. In its first year, the fundraiser sold about 15–hundred lugs of…