Author: Paola Belloso

North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum Wants Your Vote Again

Governor Burgum made the announcement online overnight

FARGO, N.D.- His first campaign stop was in Fargo surrounded by friends, family and supporters. Burgum highlighted some of his accomplishments from the past four years. He talked about the progress on criminal justice reform and the Free through Recovery program that helps people battling addiction. Burgum also talks about how he was able to solve the Dakota Access Pipeline…

Women’s Entrepreneurship Week comes to Fargo

They hope to make the region a great place for women to start companies.

FARGO, N.D.-  The week long event brings women business leader together to attend panels, workshops, social events and meetups. They held a grow summit this morning to speak about skill development, growth mindset and how to build companies. The women also spoke about their experiences on starting a company and the hardships they have faced. “We believe that our region can…

NDSU President Dean Bresciani takes on the role of student for a day

Their goal is to create a better relationship between students and the university.

FARGO, N.D.- It originated from a concept being done in schools in the U.S. called Shadow a Student Challenge. All week 35 administrators, faculty and staff are being paired up with students for a day. They were strategically chosen to participate from a wide range of fields of study. This morning, it was President Dean Bresciani’s turn to step into the…

Canned goods are artwork at West Acres Mall

The goal is to help end hunger in the community.

FARGO, N.D.-  Super Mario Brothers, the American flag and a living room are some of the creations being showcased until the end of the week. Architects, engineers, interior designers and students are invited to participate in creating the artwork that will later be donated to Great Plains Food Bank. The teams are being judged and you can even pick your…

Lutheran Social Services Provides Help for Farmers

They are trying to break the stigma regarding mental health.

FARGO, N.D.- The recent snow storm has taken a toll on many farmers across North Dakota and Minnesota. Whether it’s because of shame or pride, many farmers decide not to reach out for help when they’re feeling stressed or in a bad place. Area farmers have been dealing with a lot of stress due to weather, low commodity prices and…

NDSU sorority partners with Lutheran Campus Ministry to raise money for JDRF

The event called "Deltaroni" has been taking place for the past 7 years.

FARGO, N.D. – A sorority partners with Lutheran Campus Ministry at NDSU are hosting the annual Deltaroni to raise money for JDRF. Deltaroni has been taking place for the past seven years. For $5 you will be able to feast on all you can eat mac and cheese. The event has had a successful turn out every year with more…

ValleyCon Ready for Halloween

The kids were able to show off their favorite characters

FARGO, N.D.- Spiderman, Elsa, Mario, and Superwoman made a special appearance in Fargo as part of ValleyCon’s annual kids’ costume contest. The kids strutted their stuff on the runway, while also answering questions. “We’ve been doing this for about four years, and we’ve been coming here to hang out, we volunteer at some points,” said Aurora and Abby, who were…

Runners From F-M Area Go The Distance

The Fargo Mini Marathon celebrates its 11th year

FARGO, N.D.- The nice weather made for a perfect day to run at the Fargo Mini Marathon. Participants came from all over North Dakota and Minnesota. Runners started at the Civic Center and made their way through different types of scenery in the Fargo–Moorhead area. They were given medal ribbons at the end for completing the entire course. “If you’re…

Women with breast cancer get help with procedures from Women’s Way

The organization was able to  get  her the  help  she  needed.

FARGO, N.D.- Sarah Bitzer was living a normal life taking care of her four kids when she was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer in 2017 at the age of 34. She had no family history of breast cancer and had previously gotten genetic testing done to see if she carried the gene. She didn’t. So, Cancer wasn’t the first…