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Wurst Bier Hall And Rustica Reopen To Customers For Dine-In

Groups larger than 6 will be split up between two tables and Bar rail seating is unavailable.

FARGO, N.D. — A pair of popular restaurants are reopening their doors for customer to come sit down. Both Wurst Bier Hall in Downtown Fargo and Rustica Eatery Tavern in Moorhead after being closed for months. At Rustica the Patio, Eatery & Tavern are available for reservations. Groups larger than 6 will be split up between two tables and Bar…

North Dakota oil producers face declining oil economy

"We're fighting an uphill battle right now, and we better realize it as a state, as a producing state," said Ron Ness, President of the North Dakota Petroleum Council.

FARGO, N.D. – The North Dakota oil industry has faced crisis after crisis in 2020. A federal judge’s latest order to suspend the service of the Dakota Access Pipeline is the latest. “We’re fighting an uphill battle right now, and we better realize it as a state, as a producing state,” said Ron Ness, President of the North Dakota Petroleum…

ND & Tribal Leaders Respond to Shutdown of Dakota Access Pipeline

This ruling is the first major victory for the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe since protests and legal battles began over the pipeline in 2016.

WASHINGTON – Oil flowing through the Dakota Access Pipeline may come to a standstill after a federal judge ordered the pipeline to shutdown by August 5th. Oil cannot continue to flow until the Army Corps of Engineers completes an Environmental Impact Statement. Federal Judge James Boasberg ruled the Army Corps of Engineers ‘did not adequately consider the impacts of an…

Dozens Of Families Come Out For 4th Of July Celebration At Bonanzaville

The festivities include horse-drawn carriage rides, food trucks, live historic demonstrations and snow cones.

WEST FARGO, N.D. — COVID-19 did not stop families from continuing the tradition of attending the fourth of July celebration at Bonanzaville. The festivities include horse-drawn carriage rides, food trucks, live historic demonstrations and snow cones. “We’ve had a nice crowd today. I think they’re enjoying it. It was a little warm and humid to start with, but I think…

Detroit Lakes Businesses Are Prepared For 4th Of July Influx Of People

Independence Day is always a busy weekend for the city.

DETROIT LAKES, Minn. – Independence Day is always a busy weekend for Detroit Lakes. With COVID-19 however, this year looks a little bit different. The Detroit Lakes Regional Chamber of Commerce says they’ve been preparing by enforcing some guidelines like social distancing and the use of masks. They also encourage people to take advantage of the warm weather and enjoy…

LIVE – Celebrating Independence Day around the metro

MOORHEAD, MN – According to Memory Fireworks, fireworks sales are skyrocketing in the metro this morning. With many official 4th of July celebrations canceled due to COVID 19, Memory Fireworks says many customers are celebrating on their own. Staff say they’ve had a hard time keeping some fan favorites like the Memory and Dakota Series fireworks on the shelves. They…

Escape Rooms in Fargo Welcome People Back With New Safety Guidelines

Both businesses encourage people to book a room at least an hour before if you're planning to come in.

FARGO, N.D. – With the new restrictions in place, you will now be able to enjoy a private room with your group. “You will only be in the room with people you choose to come and play with,” Co-owner of Puzzled Escape Room Kay Cameron said. This is just one of the new rules set by escape rooms in the…

Profile By Sanford Offers Healthy Food Tips For 4th Of July

Some ideas include having leftover just the way they are, or tossing them into a fresh salad to help cool off after a nice day at the lake.

FARGO, N.D. — Fourth of July meal is normally some potato salad, hot dogs and ice cold pop but health experts say you can always add a little more color to your plate. “I always recommend something fresh, so keep your fresh vegetables or vegetable trays around, bring some fresh fruit or some fresh fruit trays around.” She says just…

Rep. Collin Peterson Celebrates Beginning of USMCA

Peterson warns that farmers need to make sure that trading partners are not using COVID-19 as an excuse to put up barriers between each other.

UNITED STATES – Congressman Collin Peterson joins Senators, Congressmen and agriculture leaders to discuss the importance of the USMCA as it goes into effect on July 1st. Under the new agreement, dairy farmers can expect to see increased trade with Canada and no tariffs on agricultural products traded with Mexico. The agricultural biotechnology industry will also be seeing increased information…