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Girl Scouts In Fargo Are Seeking New Members

Girl Scouts Held An Open House to recruit new members

FARGO, N.D. — ‘Adventures in Girl Scouting’ is calling all girls from kindergarten through fifth grade. The Girl Scouts society held a caregiver and girl event where both get to experience what the Girl Scouts is all about. Those who signed up will get placed in a troop near them to get started in activities right away. Members say it’s…

Mothers In The Fargo-Moorhead Area Come Together For A Special Event

Babywearing International Inc. Held Their First Coffee And Carry Of 2017

FARGO, N.D. Babywearing International Inc. is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to promote baby wearing as a universally accepted practice, with benefits for both the child and caregiver. It was their first ‘Coffee and Carry’ event of 2017. “It’s really fun it’s very laid back. There’s usually a lot of people at the Saturday meetings so it can get…

A Fun-Filled Day of Compassion at Jefferson Elementary School

Jeffereson Elementary held a day of compassion for fourth and fifth graders

FARGO, N.D. Jefferson Elementary School took a day off from the routine and hosted a Day of Compassion. Fourth and Fifth grade students spent the day with South High student leaders doing compassion based activities. They did team building, discussed respect, bullying prevention and took part in building relationship workshops. Rollie Johnson and Erik Hatch with First Lutheran Church led…

LIVE: Proof Distillery Debuts New Whiskey And Bourbon

Fargo's Only Artisan Distillery Will Release Two New Offerings In Early 2017

Joel Kath from Proof Artisan Distillers joins Adam Ladwig to talk about Glen Fargo whiskey, the first whiskey made in Fargo since at least Prohibition. He also shows off a sneak preview of Proof’s upcoming bourbon, Crooked Furrow. Of course, the entire morning crew had to sample the offerings after the interview. Check it out below! Find out more on…

Horizon Middle School Still Waiting to Find What Contaminated The Water

The city says their water is clear, if copper is to blame it came from the schools own pipes

Water at Horizon Middle School in Moorhead was tested after several students fell ill from suspected copper poisoning after drinking from a fountain. Some of the students were able to return to school this morning. Moorhead Public Service tested their water system that feeds into the school and found copper levels were normal. “We’ve never seen an incident like this…

President Bresciani’s Announcement Surprises State Higher Ed Board

The 14th NDSU President Is Interviewing For A Different Job

NDSU President Dean Bresciani finds himself in the spotlight once again. He’s announced that he’s a finalist for another job. Just two months after his contract was extended at NDSU, Bresciani is a finalist to be president at Ohio University. Bresciani has been leading NDSU since June of 2010. His extension takes him to June of 2018. “We felt that…

West Acres Losing Sears, Possibly New York and Company; Fargo Pizza Restaurant Also Closes

New York and Company employees say their store is also leaving West Acres Mall, making it the eighth open space to be filled

  Sears is leaving West Acres Mall by March after mall operators said they were not going to renew the store’s lease. Chris Heaton, who is┬áSenior Vice President of Property Management, says they have known for the past few years that they were not going to renew the lease. Sears has been a part of the mall since it opened…

Search for Gophers Head Football Coach May be Over

KMSP in Minneapolis Reports the university has tentatively reached a deal with PJ Fleck of Western Michigan University

It’s been more than 48 hours since Minnesota Football parted ways with former Head Coach Tracy Claeys, but the wait for a new coach is reportedly over. KMSP Fox 9 in Minneapolis says the Gophers have tentatively reached an agreement with PJ Fleck to coach the football program. If true, Fleck will come to Minneapolis from Western Michigan University, following…

Website Ranks Minnesota as State with Most Miserable Winter

The website thrillist.com has ranked Minnesota as the state with the most miserable winter, beating out Alaska and North Dakota

We’re all too familiar with the biting wind chill and these heaps of snow that come through here every once in a while. But do people in town really believe that Minnesota has the most miserable winter in the country? Writers at thrillist.com say they ranked every state based on weather data, interviews with locals and how effective snow removal…

Great Plains Food Bank Needs Volunteers for Souper Bowl Day of Caring Fundraiser

Calling all youth groups! Looking for a way to make the big game an opportunity to give back?

The Great Plains Food Bank has some “souper” exciting news. The organization has joined in the national campaign called the Souper Bowl Day of Caring, which raises millions of dollars each year in cash and food items for charity. Great Plains is looking for church youth groups to sign up to volunteer to collect food and cash donations before the…