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Hope Inc. Gives Athletes with Disabilities a Chance to Thrive Athletically

The group had their fourth winter indoor track meet at Concordia College

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Once Morgan Oberg, 4, lines up against her opponents, her speed looms over the competition. “She always has a big smile on her face, and talks about it for weeks later, and talks about her medals she has hanging up in her room, and it’s instilling that competition in her, and the fire,” said Kasey Oberg, Morgan’s mother….

Three Soldiers Return Home after Ten Month Stint in Afghanistan

The unit's commander met his newborn daughter for the first time upon his arrival

FARGO, N.D. — Three soldiers are back home with their families after spending ten months in Afghanistan. The three are members of the North Dakota Army National Guard’s 191st Military Police Company. The soldiers provided protective service detail while assigned to assist North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) forces in Afghanistan. While all the soldiers reunited with their families, the day was…

Moorhead Group Looks to Increase Narcan Access in Public Places

The narcan education comes after a Twin Cities woman died of an overdose in November

MOORHEAD, Minn. — A Moorhead group honored the life of a woman who passed away last month by offering narcan training to the public. Argentina Taylor lost her life to an opioid overdose outside of the Twin Cities in November. Birthing of a Diamond and the Steve Rummler HOPE Network teamed up to teach people about narcan in order to prevent…

Thousands of Bison Fans Gear Up for Semifinals Showdown against South Dakota State

Some fans had thoughts of a return to Frisco in their heads

FARGO, N.D. — With another Bison playoff run in the works, former NDSU football players Matt Phillips and Scott Stoczynski knew the time had come to return to their old stomping grounds. “It was a no brainer, we had to fly in. It’s pretty unique to have a town, a state and a region come together under one green and…

New Bison Alumni: 730 Students Graduate from NDSU

There were 1,089 students eligible to graduate this semester

FARGO, N.D. — Right before rocking their green and gold, several NDSU students sported caps and gowns. 730 students walked across the stage to celebrate their graduation from NDSU. Of the newest members of the NDSU alumni community, seventeen are members of the Bison football team. As the students head towards their next chapter, NDSU’s president says they should cherish…

Fargo Woman Reflects on Experience Competing at Westminster Dog Show

Elizabeth Nelson took part in the competition back in February in New York City

FARGO, N.D. — When Elizabeth Nelson was a five–year–old growing up in Sabin, Minnesota her life changed when she first saw the Westminster Dog Show on TV. “I’d go outside with my farm dog and I would play dog show. I mean that’s really where I first saw that you could do something like that,” Nelson said. Her mom realized that…

Sixth Graders Learn Hands-On Science Experiments with NDSU Researchers

Four classes from Ben Franklin Middle School took part

FARGO, N.D. — Sixth graders at Ben Franklin Middle School learned about the wonders of science from scientists at NDSU. Several of Travis Hoeg’s science classes got to take part in hands–on science experiments with NDSU professor Senay Simsek. Some lessons dealt with sensory science and density, while other kids learned how to mix alginate and calcium chloride to make tiny…

West Fargo’s Freedom Elementary Achieves Blue Ribbon Distinction

The school joins Legacy Elementary as West Fargo's two winners since 2017

WEST FARGO, N.D. — Seven years ago, Freedom Elementary opened its doors, forming a family of students and staff from different parts of the district. At the helm since the beginning, Dr. Jeff Johnson says his district has overcome some challenges, but student success was their top priority. “Our boundary lines have changed I believe three different times, with kids coming…

Cultural Diversity Resources Celebrates 25th Anniversary

The group was founded in 1994 to serve as a multicultural bridge in the metro

FARGO, N.D. — A group acting as a multi–cultural bridge to New Americans in the metro celebrates its 25th anniversary. Cultural Diversity Resources offered snacks and information about their services and programs as part of an Open House Wednesday. The organization helps people adjust to their new life in the United States while educating others about new cultures. After it was…

Kids Get Ready for the Holidays by Decorating Gingerbread-Themed Ornaments

The library is having another decorating day in North Fargo on Thursday

FARGO, N.D. — Kids got into the holiday spirit by making gingerbread–inspired clay ornaments. The youngsters started out at Dr. James Carlson Library in South Fargo by adding a personalized twist to their mini-gingerbread men. Some drew inspiration from their love of the Minnesota Vikings, and some kept it simple with their pizzazz on their new decorations. When they finished molding…