Author: KVRR Staff

Class A CDL Driver

Transystems

Transystems is hiring for a Class A CDL Driver. Drivers must hold a current class A CDL drivers license and interstate medical card.   The Transystems difference: Driving at Transystems means being connected and informed. You will experience continual communication throughout your shift with your team members as we work to safely improve production and efficiency and collectively accomplish our…

Middle schoolers spend day hands deep in brains

Concordia College hosts Fargo-Moorhead BrainSTEM event

MOORHEAD, Minn. — The students took part in hands-on workshops including dissecting sheep brains, building bridges and building structures out of candy. The event aims to give under-represented groups of students inspiration by showing them women and people of color who are STEM professionals. “Our hope with this event is that we can work on reducing that prejudice and bias…

Crafters, artists showcase their work at “The Big One” Art & Craft Fair

It's the 31st annual Fargo Fall Show

FARGO, N.D. — Over 220 vendors across 12 states were in attendance at “The Big One” Art & Craft Fair. Everything is made by the vendors. Things from home and Christmas decor, items for kids, pets, candles, jewelry and clothing were up for sale. The event encourages people to support their local small businesses. “When you come here you’re going…

School Bus Aid

Valley Bus

  Valley Bus is hiring School Bus Aides for Fargo school buses. Aides ride on smaller buses, assisting with special needs and early childhood development students. Small numbers of students – usually 5-7 children on each bus Challenging and satisfying work – needing a patient and mature approach in handling kids Starting pay will be $13.00 per hour. Please email…

School Bus and Motorcoach Drivers

Valley Bus

PAID TRAINING ! NOW HIRING !!!! TRAIN AND GET YOUR CLASS B CDL RIGHT NOW! SCHOOL BUS AND MOTORCOACH DRIVERS!!. EXPERIENCE NOT NECESSARY – WE WILL TRAIN YOU! CLASSROOM AND HANDS ON TRAINING. IMAGINE GETTING PAID FOR A SKILL YOU HAVE FOR LIFE!! Great for retired or semi-retired College students too! Split mornings and afternoon work We will train you…

Marijuana found at Minot Air Force Base missile launch site

MINOT, N.D. – The military says marijuana was found at a Minot Air Force Base nuclear missile facility. Air Force Sgt. Benjamin Smith says the undisclosed amount marijuana was found Oct. 9 at a missile alert facility. He says the drug was discovered above ground and not near missile operators. Minot has one of the nation’s two B-52 bomber bases and…

Adam Thielen will not play Thursday vs Washington

MINNEAPOLIS (FOX 9) – The Minnesota Vikings updated injury report confirms Adam Thielen will not play against Washington on Thursday Night Football. Thielen told reporters Tuesday he feels “good” and was “hopeful” to play Thursday, but Wednesday’s injury reported ruled him out. The Vikings wide receiver left Sunday’s game against the Detroit Lions with a hamstring injury after his 25-yard touchdown catch in the first quarter. The Vikings…

Driver Escapes Injury in South Fargo Roll-Over Crash

The driver was able to crawl out of the wrecked vehicle on his own.

FARGO, N.D. (KFGO) – A driver escaped injury in a roll-over crash before 3:30 a.m Thursday in Fargo. The driver was northbound in the 1600 block of 47th Street South (just south of Scheel’s) when he struck a parked car as he came around a slight curve, causing his car to roll onto its top. The driver was able to…

Woman Charged in Robberies of Men Responding to Prostitution Ads

19-year-old Harleigh Haugen is charged in Cass County District Court.

FARGO (KFGO) – A Mahnomen, Minn. woman has been charged with robbery-conspiracy in an investigation into claims from two men that say they were robbed when they responded to on-line prostitution ads in Fargo. 19-year-old Harleigh Haugen is charged in Cass County District Court. Asst. State’s Attorney Reid Brady says he does not anticipate charging anyone else at this point,…

42 Passengers Rescued from Blizzard after Bus Slides Off I-94

Stutsman County Sheriff Chad Kaiser said there were no injuries but the passengers were stuck on the bus for several hours.

JAMESTOWN, N.D. (KFGO) – A Jefferson Lines bus with 42 passengers on board slid off icy I-94, pushed by high winds Friday morning and got stuck in the snow near Medina, North Dakota. Stutsman County Sheriff Chad Kaiser said there were no injuries but the passengers were stuck on the bus for several hours. Kaiser says the bus was pulled…