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Drekker Brewing Puts On Event To Raise Funds For Alzheimer’s

The company will be donating a dollar from every pint to the Alzheimer's Association.

FARGO, N.D.- Drekker Brewing Company is hosting an event that supports the Alzheimer’s Association in honor of September being world Alzheimer’s month. From four until ten people are able to stop by the Brewery to buy a beer. The company will be donating a dollar from every pint to the Alzheimer’s Association. They hope that through this event they are…

Bison release 2021 Spring schedule

  FARGO, ND — If the NDSU Bison win another FCS championship it will take place in May. The Missouri Valley Football Conference released the spring 2021 schedule. North Dakota State plays it’s conference opener at home on Sunday, February 21 against Youngstown State. The Bison has four home and four road games. Home games include March 13 against Illinois…

Wahpeton Food Pantry Receives Space From Sanford Health After Infestation

The food pantry's plan is to stay in the location through the school year while they look for a space.

WAHPETON, N.D.- Sanford Health donates a temporary building to the Richland-Wilkin Food Pantry after it shuts down due to a mouse infestation. The building was bought by Sanford with the idea to grow and expand, but has been vacant for the last 18 months. Sanford was approached by a member of the board about the situation and decided to step…

Community rallies behind Fargo girl on dialysis in Sioux Falls

They have created a GoFundMe and a Bonfire T-shirt fundraiser to help with the medical bills.

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. –  A fundraiser is created to help a Fargo family whose daughter is undergoing dialysis treatment. Claire Upton is a 16-year-old cheerleader at Sheyenne High School in West Fargo. “She told me she was feeling a little nauseous and had missed cheer practice because of it and had a headache,” said Claire’s mom Ann Upton. It was…

ND’s new Covid-19 plans include re-prioritizing nurses & a new test

High-speed testing and new developments to better care for health-care workers and those in long-term facilities

NORTH DAKOTA – With case numbers still on the rise, Governor Doug Burgum is moving 12 counties into a higher risk level and lowering three others. He says the state is coming up with new ways of handling COVID-19. Burgum’s plans for nurses and high-speed testing are some of the ways he’s hoping the state can better control the corona…

Humane Society of the Lakes experiences influx of baby animals, requests donations

The community will have two opportunities to see the puppies on Thursday.

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Local Fargo Firefighters Give Update From West Coast Wildfires

OREGON — Wildfires are continuing to devastate the West Coast and local firefighters from the Fargo Fire Department are lending a hand in the fight. “When the tones drop for a call, we drop whatever we’re doing and we go on that call,” said Fargo Fire Battalion Chief Dane Carley. Fargo firefighters are working hard on projects in California and…

Gigi’s Playhouse hosts virtual walk to celebrate individuals with Down syndrome

Walk goes online this year to support social distancing

WEST FARGO, N.D.– Gigi’s Playhouse walks every year to celebrate their loved ones with Down syndrome. Because of COVID-19, this year looks a little different. Sydney Brantl’s family is walking a mile in their neighborhood to celebrate her and to raise money for Gigi’s Playhouse– an organization that they say means so much to them. “It’s just a great place…