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Moorhead Public Schools Discusses Distance Learning Strategies

The online lessons will begin on Monday and go through March 30

MOORHEAD, Minn.- Students in Pre-K will have a weekly guide and the parents of the students will receive a flexible learning plan. The goal of the flexible plan is to make sure the kids are engaged and that they’re having fun with it. Students from Kindergarten to fourth grade will have a plan including flexible voice and choice, and video…

LIVE: Sandy’s Embraces Technology and Home Deliveries During Pandemic

WEST FARGO, ND – Every morning at 4 AM, Jamie Tate, a manager at Sandy’s Donuts, comes in and begins his shift by processing tons of orders that have piled up over night for delivery. This isn’t unusual, as Sandy’s usually delivers to many businesses around the metro. But this time the donuts aren’t going to businesses, they are going…

BNG supports local business with #NDSmart apparel

All proceeds from the apparel line go to a fund to support local buisness

FARGO, N.D. — BNG has created an apparel line with the #NDSmart to sell to the public. One hundred percent of the profit from purchases will go to a fund to support small businesses. Supporting local buisnesses is something that has always been important to the team at BNG. “Most of our legacy clients have been living in North Dakota…

United Way of Grand Forks is doing its part to help during these difficult times

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — They are announcing the “One Fund” which will ensure families have food, rental assistance and provide support for other COVID-19 related issues. They are hoping to raise $100,000 for the fund. United Way has also expanded the “Wheels for Work” program to make sure people can still get car maintenance done as well. “Our goal is…

2019 MN Miss Amazing Teen Jr Teaches People How To Be A Better Friend

This Is The First Time Addie Has Hosted An Online Reading Session.

MOORHEAD, Minn. — 2019 Minnesota Miss Amazing Teen Junior Addie Loerzel took to Facebook to teach people about how to be a better friend. She read “A Rainbow Of Friends” on a live-stream while asking people in comments about how they liked the book. The teen is known for her annual Addie’s Cupcake Stand that goes to benefiting the Sunshine…

ND Woman Creates Facebook Group For Solidarity Against The Coronavirus

The Page Has Over 200 Thousand Members And Continues To Grow

FARGO N.D. — People across the valley are sharing their solidarity across social media against the coronavirus. The Facebook group #a world of hearts has over 200 thousand followers and continues to grow. The creator of the page says she never thought it would get this big. “I just think it’s a really great way for people to stay connected,…

Experts Discuss Ways To Make Quarantining With Your Family Less Stressful

These unprecedented times, especially being confined at home, can make emotions and tensions run high.

FARGO, N.D.-¬†Experts say it’s important to take this time to bond with each other, find an activity that you can do with your family or significant other. They also say it’s important to¬† make sure to let them know that you appreciate them by doing things around the house. “Do nice things for each other. This is the time of…

Price-Gouging in Minnesota: Make A Report

The state is cracking down on eighty-dollar toilet paper. Here's how you can report.

Minnesota’s Attorney General wants to hear from you this morning about price gouging on toilet paper and other goods sold at inflated prices during the coronavirus crisis. MN AG Keith Ellison tweeted out Tuesday out he’s getting reports of ninety-dollar toilet paper. He says his office responded to 150 complaints of price gouging last week and as many since then….

Incident Command Center prepares Sanford Health to handle Coronavirus pandemic

The center connect nurses, doctors and hospital experts in order to create the best plans for managing the COVID-19 situation

FARGO, N.D. — There is a confernce room inside Sanford hospital that has become much busier than usual. The incident command center has brought together a team of nurses, doctors and experts in safety, communication and hospital operations to deal with COVID-19. “We utilize the incident command center to help coordinate our people, our supplies, our operations, giving our staff…