Community

Vigil held for former Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg at Cass County Courthouse

FARGO, N.D. — The Fargo-Moorhead community gathered Saturday evening at the Cass County Courthouse in honor of former Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. A group of around 30 people came together, with some taking a few moments to reflect on the impact Ginsburg had on their lives through her decisions and votes in court. Most were in face masks,…

F-M Community Walks To Raise Awareness About Crohn’s & Colitis

Marcus Stephenson was diagnosed with Crohn's Disease in 2013 at the age of 7

FARGO, N.D- The Fargo-Moorhead community walks from Sanford Broadway Medical Center to Hotel Donaldson as part of the Crohn’s and Colitis foundation’s fundraiser to raise awareness about the illnesses. Marcus Stephenson has always been an athletic kid. Suddenly, he started getting symptoms that were not normal for his age. “It started when I was playing baseball. Like t-ball, I would…

The Arts Partnership brings chalk art to Red River Zoo visitors

FARGO, N.D.– The Arts Partnership hosted its annual ChalkFest at the Red River zoo. Visitors at the zoo were greeted by local artists and their sidewalk drawings. The zoo also hosted several musicians as part of their collaboration with The Arts Partnership. The zoo says they host this event to encourage the community to support local art and local conservation….

Fargo Park Disctrict Kicks Off Fall In Fargo “Express” Style Due To COVID-19

Visitors are strongly encouraged to wear a face mask and social distance

FARGO, N.D. — The Fall in Fargo event looks different from other years, but families at Rheault Farm can still stroll through the pumpkin patch, as well as purchase one to take home. Visitors are strongly encouraged to wear a face mask and social distance. Guests can take pictures with fall themed backgrounds and stop by a booth where they…

Cass County Highway Department Seeks Input About Change In Speed Limit

You can vote on the potential increase on the Cass County government website linked below

CASS COUNTY, N.D. — The new speed limit would increase from 55 to 65 miles per hour and would affect paved county highways. A total of 134 miles of highway meet the safety requirements for the potential increase. The Highway Department says the reason for the change is due to requests of rural residents who regularly use these roads. “Our…

Farmer Reacts To Soybean Prices Hitting Two-Year High

Soybean prices have risen more than 16% since the start of August, according to the Wall Street Journal

NORTH DAKOTA.- Soybean prices continue to hit all time highs despite pandemic and other factors. Chris Brossart from Wolford, North Dakota is getting ready to harvest soybeans. “Next week we should have roughly 1,000 acres that should be ready to harvest.” Brossart is a farmer and the Vice Chairman at the North Dakota Soybean Council. He says the industry has…

Moorhead Area Public Schools Transitions High School Students To Distance Learning

The move is in response to the increase of COVID-19 cases among that age group

MOORHEAD, Minn- Moorhead High School will transition to distance learning on September 28. Pre-K through 8th grade will continue with the hybrid model. High School students will have an offsite learning day on September 23 to prepare for how distance learning will work. They will learn from home for two weeks. The students are tentatively scheduled to be back in…

LIVE: Zoo Brew 2020

Kick off a wild weekend with us.

By now, they’re old pros at this social distancing thing, and there’s no better time to prove it than during the last weekend of the summer. Zoo Brews 2020 is Friday night at the Red River Zoo and you can raise a glass to the wildest folks around in the region. More than 20 different beers are available, as well…

Rally to “Back the Blue” in Moorhead

Community members come out for "F-M Back the Blue Rally."

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Some in the community are showing their support for local law enforcement in the second “F-M Back the Blue Rally.” The gathering started in the Moorhead Center Mall’s south parking lot. The event organizer spoke followed by a few members from law enforcement. The group then marched down Third Avenue South and up to Main Avenue before…