Author: Paola Belloso

Super Studio Holds Ribbon Cutting Ceremony For Its New Location

They focus on anything from branding and logo design to video editing and event stage scenic design.

FARGO, N.D.- The Graphic Design and Art Production studio was looking for a place that was bright and airy and would fit the company’s needs. “It’s very, very exciting and the most important thing for me is to give my team a great place to work. And to see them love to come to work and enjoy what they do, that’s…

North Dakota Department of Human Services Is Redesigning Its Social Services Program

They want to do this by restoring funding for the Parent Lead Program, expand crisis services capacity across regions, and sustain behavioral health prevention.

FARGO, N.D.- The organization has found there is a lack of consistent care across the state. “We’ve been putting a lot of focus working across legislative branch and executive branch working with the governor and First Lady Katherine, and looking at the services needed in order to improve our behavioral health system,” says Pam Sagness, Director, North Dakota Behavioral Health….

Family And Friends Host A Benefit For Woman Battling ALS

Cindy says feels very grateful to have the support of her friends and family.

FARGO, N.D – Cindy Mason was diagnosed with the disease a year and a half ago when she noticed symptoms in her arm. Her family and friends decided to step in and organize a benefit to help with the costs of remodeling her home to make it more accessible. They had a silent auction, a bake sale and a lunch…

Memory Cafe Of The Red River Valley Gives Back To The Community

The non-profit organization is trying to change the way we think about memory loss.

FARGO, N.D. – Memory Cafe is a place where people suffering with slight or severe memory loss can socialize, play games and do activities together. “We are absolutely devoted to the idea of changing the way we think about memory loss and so we do that in a variety of ways, but it’s most important to us to remind our…

Rheault Farm Adds 25–Foot Christmas Tree As It Gets Ready For Santa Village

The Christmas tree is one of the last additions to the village and adds a big final touch to the holiday decorations.

FARGO, N.D.-  The tree is traveling by truck from the home of the property owner who donated it to the Fargo Park District. For many, the Christmas tree is the first thing they see when driving by the Santa Village before they head inside to meet Mr. & Mrs. Claus. “It’s always so much fun to see the little kids run…

“Pangea: Cultivate Our Culture” Celebrates 25th Year

The event celebrates diversity through music, dance, and food

MOORHEAD, Minn. – “Pangea: Cultivate our Culture” is a yearly multi–cultural event that celebrates all the diversity in the F–M community. “We love the idea of celebrating the great diversity in our community and to have an opportunity, give an opportunity for everyone to showcase the best in their culture even as they are assimilating to American culture. They have…

Handi-Wheels Transportation Hosts Annual Fundraiser

The local non-profit provides affordable and accessible transit services to those in need

FARGO, N.D- The fundraiser features a spaghetti dinner and silent auction featuring things like gift certificates, sports items and other miscellaneous pieces. “At Handi–Wheels we believe that access to medical care is important and that transportation should never be a barrier to access preventative medical care,” says Tonna Horsley, Executive Director of Handi-Wheels. In 2016, nearly 10,000 rides were provided to…

UPDATE: Fargo officer injured, man arrested after downtown shooting

Police Chief David Todd says their main priority is to make sure Sergeant Ysteboe fully recovers.

FARGO, N.D.- At 3:58 am police officers were dispatched to Radisson Hotel in Downtown Fargo on the report of a man with a gun. “Upon arrival, an officer reported seeing a green laser being pointed in all sorts of different directions.  The officer saw a male holding a gun with a laser outside in front of the entrance of the…

A Family Fulfills Their Dream Of Owning A Restaurant

They focus on foods that you would be able to find in Central Mexico.

FARGO, N.D.- After persistence from his niece and co–owner Erika Gutierrez to move to Fargo and co–own a restaurant, Samuel Bobadilla moved from his home of Boise, Idaho. He lived there for almost 30 years and moved to North Dakota to fulfill this life–long dream of opening a Mexican Restaurant. Bobadilla says his business is different from the other Mexican places…