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LIVE: Bee Hunt with Longspur Prairie Fund

Bee excited! The sixth annual Bee Hunt is coming up and it's bigger than ever!

It’s National Pollinator Week, and it ‘s going to be a “bee-autiful” weekend in the region –perfect for going on a bee hunt. But in this hunt, you shoot with a camera. The sixth annual Bee Hunt with the Longspur Prairie Fund is happening Saturday in Ulen, Minnesota. Activists with the LPF say the bee hunt draws bigger and bigger…

Moorhead Police Department to offer virtual Summer Youth Program

Only 200 kids will be accepted to the program.

MOORHEAD, Minn.–The Moorhead Police Department is looking for kids ages 8-12 interested in taking part in the free Summer Youth Program. The program was started over 30 years ago and provides kids with fun activities every week. The Summer Youth Program will be held virtually this year on Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning July 7. School Resource Officers will have fun,…

Moorhead Mayor Johnathan Judd Hosts Talk About Inequality And Racism

Some of the churches involved include Good Shepherd, Grace United Methodist, Our Saviors and Relevant Life.

MOORHEAD MINN. — Moorhead Mayor Johnathan Judd and church leaders are talking about inequality and racism. The mayor took questions over Facebook Live about advice and question on how to help solve issues they see around the F-M area. Judd says the region faces multiple challenges but through unity we can overcome any obstacles. He encourages people to get more…

The Lights Plaza In West Fargo Has Its Soft Opening

West Fargo events say they were expecting between 500 to 700 people to attend.

WEST FARGO, N.D. – They wanted to let everyone know the plaza is open and they can come out and use the space. They also wanted to let them know of all the upcoming events that will be taking place including a number of concerts later this summer. People enjoying live music as well as some food and refreshments during…

Great Plains Food Bank helps those in need with Farmers to Families Food Box distribution

1,400 boxes of fresh produce were prepared for distribution

MOORHEAD, Minn. —┬áThe Great Plains Food Bank was in Moorhead to partner with USDA and their Farmers to Families Food Box Program. The program is part of the organizations’s COVID-related efforts. It brings fresh food from farms to food banks that can distribute them to those in need. People were welcome to come by the drive-through distribution at Probstfield Center…

Spuds take on Two Harbors Agates in MSHSL Nickname Challenge semifinals

MINNESOTA – Do you have Spud spirit? Moorhead High School is in the semifinals of the Minnesota State High School League Nickname Challenge. The Spuds are taking on the Two Harbors Agates. You can vote until 11:30 Friday morning above. If the orange and black win, they’ll take on the Blooming Prairie Awesome Blossoms. They beat another area team, the…

West Fargo cancels July’s Cruise Night and August’s Night to Unite

WEST FARGO, N.D.–The City of West Fargo has decided to cancel July’s Cruise Night and August’s Night to Unite due to coronavirus concerns. Cruise Night was meant to be held on Thursday, July 16 and Night to Unite on Thursday, August 4. North Dakota’s Smart Restart guidelines recommend limiting gathering sizes to 500 or less and a typical Cruise Night…

Two Great Plains Food Bank Youth Summer Meal sites now open in West Fargo

The Youth Summer Meals Program provided more than 6,700 meals for children in 2019.

WEST FARGO, N.D.–The Great Plains Food Bank has kicked off its Youth Summer Meals Program, providing lunch or dinner to children throughout the summer. Eight meal sites are set up in Jamestown, West Fargo and Enderlin. The sites will continue serving meals throughout July and some as late as August 19. Each site will serve either lunch or dinner meals…

Park Christian 9th graders have shoe fundraiser for class trip

The money will go to fund their upcoming trip to Washington, D.C

MOORHEAD, Minn. – Ninth graders at Park Christian School are hosting a shoe drive fundraiser for their upcoming trip to Washington, D.C They wanted to come up with an idea to offset the cost of the trip so that more of their classmates could go. They decided to partner with Fund2org, an organization that distributes donated shoes to help micro…

Agassiz Greenway Being Renamed After Racist History Uncovered

During a public meeting, the Council received comments about Agassiz's views on systematic racism and white supremacy.

FARGO-MOORHEAD – A few months ago, when Agassiz Greenway was still an idea, members of the committee wanted to give the project a name that would stick. The name was given after Louis Agassiz, a well-known biologist and geologist from the 1800. “It’s kind of a name that symbolizes our region it seems like and so, the committee really felt…