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LIVE: Moorhead Area Public Schools to host feedback session for parents to select learning model for 2020-21 school year

MOORHEAD, Minn.–Moorhead Area Public Schools is hosting a virtual feedback session for parents and guardians on Monday. The feedback will help local schools select a learning model for the 2020-21 school year. Parents and guardians will be able to view the progress the school has made on its re-entry plan and help the schools develop a learning plan. The session…

LIVE: Home is Where the Heart Is

Have a heart and support a great cause -- the American Heart Association and all the hard work they do here in our home region.

With the coronavirus pandemic stretching now into its 6th month, health has been on most of our minds like never before. And while it’s transmissible disease that’s dominated the conversation, heart disease is still a leading killer among Americans. That’s why the people at the American Heart Association are pushing us all to get up and get moving with their…

Everlasting Hope Walks To Raise Awareness About Infertility

The group will be walking at the state capital in Bismarck in September

FARGO, N.D. — The organization Everlasting Hope is walking to raise awareness about infertility. The group ran its first 1k Walk Of Hope in Fargo’s Lindenwood Park. Organizers say one in eight people are affected by infertility. The group also provides financial support to qualifying uninsured people living in North Dakota and South Dakota. They hope this walk can help…

Crews Looking For Moorhead Man Who Fell Into Little Detroit Lake

Becker County and Valley Water Rescue and Dive teams have multiple boats on the water looking for 24 year old Abdimajid Osman of Moorhead.

DETROIT LAKES, MINN. — “We had a report of a person in the water at 3:55 pm and he was out with another male on a boat and one person went into the water and didn’t come back up,” Becker County Sheriff Todd Glander Becker County and Valley Water Rescue and Dive teams have multiple boats on the water looking…

Red River Zoo Teaches Kids Importance Of Farming At Agricultural Adventure Day

This Is The 4th Agricultural Adventure Day For The Zoo

FARGO, N.D. — At the Red River Zoo, families are learning about the agricultural industry and how crops grown around the state are used for multiple things. “These crops that are grown like the field corn here is actually used for ethanol. To find out the alternative use for these crops besides food is really important, so they see what…

Parent and Family Resource Centers Helps Families Dealing With Changes From COVID-19

The classes are being offered online

FARGO, N.D. — The Parenting and Family Resource Center is a new way for families having trouble with COVID-19 to get help. The center provides educational programs for parents with kids of all ages to help families succeed. The center is a part of the NDSU Extension program in Fargo.. The classes are being offered online. Staff say the services…

Cancelled NDSU fall football season may have impact on local businesses

For Grand Junction Grilled Subs, being near the Fargodome and NDSU meant seeing an influx of customers.

FARGO, N.D- COVID-19 has already taken a toll on many businesses in the F-M area. “All the students gone, there goes our big wave of cash flow that usually gets us through a slow summer. So, that was kind of tricky, the other part too is with the social distancing, we switched to takeout and delivery only, but just with…

Fargo Business Gives Back To Teachers In The Community

FARGO, N.D.- Matt’s Automotive Service Center in Fargo provided a free oil change to 120 teachers. The business also had a food truck, outdoor games and a bouncy house for not only the teachers receiving the service, but also their family and friends. The company says part of their core values is giving back every chance they can. “Especially with…

Clay County Brings Food Festival For Those Still Wanting To Experience The Fair

The two day event will continue tomorrow from eleven to seven.

BARNESVILLE Minn.- While the fair might look slightly different this year, it hasn’t stopped people from getting their hands on traditional fair food. Even if it means driving more than 400 miles. “He’s driving up to Barnesville from Omaha, to have foot longs this afternoon. He said he needed his annual fix of foot longs, and I can’t wait to…

Fargo Blues Festival Plays On With New COVID-19 Rules

Saturday's lineup of performances starts at noon and tickets can be purchased on site.

FARGO, N.D. — “The blues fest is a wonderful event this is our 25th annual and the blues just reach everyone that loves music,” Kristi BredellĀ  said. The stage is being set up with rain coverings for the Blues Festival at the Newman Outdoor Field. The two day celebration is the first major music fest in the Fargo-Moorhead area since…