Author: Max Mueller

Fargo Hosts an Open Meeting for the Public to Voice Their Opinions on a Proposed Growth Plan

FARGO, N.D. — The City of Fargo hosts an open meeting for the public to voice their opinions on a proposed growth plan. It would affect an area south of 36th Avenue South near Independence Elementary School. Members of surrounding neighborhoods attended the meeting to ask questions and voice their concerns from traffic new development would bring to school enrollment….

Get Into the Holiday Spirit at Drekker Brewing

  FARGO, N.D. — While it’s not quite winter yet, it looks like a winter wonderland at Drekker Brewing. The cooler weather didn’t stop people from attending the first night of Chriskindlmarkt. The event is in its third year, and is hosted for the first time at Drekker Brewing. There’s no shortage of food, vendors and live music inside through…

NDSU Professor’s Research Says People Don’t Work Well With Others

FARGO, N.D. — Do you work well with others? Research suggests probably not. Members of NDSU’s Phi Kappa Phi gather at the Memorial Union for its annual honors program. It comes after an NDSU communications professor presented research on why people don’t work well with others. He finds groups are typically dysfunctional and many people go into group work with…

JDRF Celebrates the Teams That Were Able to Raise the Most Money

The One Walk in September raised over 107,000 dollars for type 1 diabetes research

  FARGO, N.D. — In September they walked to increase awareness about type 1 diabetes. Now JDRF celebrates the teams that were able to raise the most money. Teams that raised one thousand dollars or more met at Happy Joe’s in Fargo for pizza and arcade games. Awards were handed out to members of each team who have been diagnosed…

Karl’s TV & Appliance in Fargo Wants Your Used Wheelchairs, Crutches and Canes

The donated items will be sent to one of many volunteer facilities to be refurbished

FARGO, N.D. — Karl’s TV & Appliance has partnered with Hope Haven International Ministries for the regional wheelchair drive. The donated items will be sent to one of many volunteer facilities to be refurbished. They are then sent to developing countries and handed out at no cost. “Supply, you know, needed equipment to people in areas where they don’t have…

People Hand Out Moorhead Bond Referendum Information With Candy

The vote for the referendum is Tuesday, November 5th

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Members of the Yes for Moorhead campaign are passing out stickers and flyers with information on the upcoming school bond referendum. The current 60 year old high school is over enrolled. Other problems include sewage backup on the lowest level and an inefficient heating system. “I think it’s important not just for the kids but for our…

Students Register to Vote For Bond Referendum

MOORHEAD, Minn. – Students are making sure their voices are heard in the upcoming Moorhead High School bond referendum. If it passes, no current students would attend the new school since the building would be completed after their senior year. That isn’t stopping one senior from getting as many of her classmates as possible to the polls. Amelia Bjorklund says…

Sanford Gets Patients & Employees Ready for Dakota Marker Game

This will be the third time ESPN'S College GameDay will feature the Bison and the first since 2014

FARGO, N.D. – Employees have been handing out shirts, hats and posters to patients and their colleagues ahead of Saturday’s Bison game against the Jackrabbits. The shirts feature Carson Wentz’s name and number on the back. The hospital takes any opportunity to make a stay there as enjoyable as possible. “That’s one of our core missions, core values is to…