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“They Did Change the World”: North Dakota “Farm Boys” Turned Soldiers Remembered this Flag Day

In Honor of Flag Day, Post 2 Re-Dedicated the 164th Infantry Regiment WWII Memorial Monument in Lindenwood Park

FARGO, ND — Veterans and community members gathered at Lindenwood Park in Fargo for a ceremony for the 164th Infantry Regiment World War Two Memorial. “During over four and half years of activation, these soldiers proved that on the fields of international conflict, a citizen solider could excel and meet the best the enemy had to offer and could prevail,”…

Grafton Couple Awarded for Turning in Suspicious Driver

Troopers found the driver was under the influence of drugs and arrested her

Courtesy: North Dakota Highway Patrol GRAFTON, ND — A Grafton couple has been awarded for tipping off authorities about an impaired driver who had kids in the vehicle. Scott and Valerie Dalbey were presented with the Colonel’s Award for Excellence by the North Dakota Highway Patrol. The Dalbeys came across a suspicious driver on I-29 on a cold day in…

Authorities Identify Streeter Man Found Dead at Scene of Car Fire

An autopsy determined that Schauer died of carbon monoxide poisoning

  STUTSMAN COUNTY, ND — A man found dead after a car fire near Streeter southwest of Jamestown has been identified. The Stutsman County Sheriff’s Office says he was 67-year-old Stanley Schauer of Streeter. His body was found in a car out front of a house on May 27. An autopsy determined that Schauer died of carbon monoxide poisoning. It…

West Acres Cinema Loses Screen Power in Overnight Storms

Power was restored around 9:30

FARGO, ND —¬†Moviegoers at West Acres Cinema were also hit by power outages just after 9 o’clock last night. Our very own Nick Broadway was there when the screens went black. Many customers crowded the lobbies waiting for power to come back while others decided to run out to their cars and leave. Power was restored around 9:30. Categories: Business,…

Storm Damages Power Transmission Tower in Fargo

How Tuesday's Storm Impacted the F-M Area

  FARGO, ND — Last night’s storm left parts of the metro damaged. With winds reaching up to 70 miles per hour, a large power transmission tower located at 63rd Avenue and 25th Street South in Fargo was badly damaged. Xcel Energy said around 3,000 customers in the area lost power. Cass County Electric reported 800 customers without power after…

Moorhead’s Police Summer Youth Program is Back in Action

It gives kids, ages eight to twelve, an opportunity to become more educated while still having fun.

MOORHEAD, Minn. — The Moorhead Police Summer Youth Program is back in action and the lines were out the door for registration. It gives kids, ages eight to twelve, an opportunity to become more educated while still having fun. This motivating program is free and happens every Wednesday from June 21st until the second week in August. Aside from the…

West Fargo’s Yoga With Cats: Finding a Forever Home

Homeward Animal Shelter teamed up with Healing Touch Chiropractic for a night of feline fitness.

WEST FARGO, ND — People in the metro are finding their zen with a little help from some cats. Homeward Animal Shelter teamed up with Healing Touch Chiropractic for a night of feline fitness. Adoptable cats joined yogis on the floor. The shelter hopes the event can help cats find a forever home. This is the second time the two…

“You Can Never be Too Prepared”: What to Do if Approached While Walking Alone

There are a few ways to keep safe and protect yourself if you happen to run into danger

FARGO, ND — Police issued an advisory this morning to use extra caution when walking alone. This past Thursday, a 15-year-old girl told police she noticed a man following her inside a local grocery store and he followed her to her car. “When I heard about it earlier this morning and saw the little blurb in the paper, my radar…

Let’s Make Gnomes! Local Artist Putting a Twist on Ceramics

There is much more to art than what is on the surface and there are endless amounts of things to be created from an empty slate

FARGO, ND — Art projects aren’t just for kids. They can be enjoyed by everyone. There is much more to art than what is on the surface and there are endless amounts of things to be created from an empty slate. “I found ceramics while I was going to college and I fell in love,” said artist Amber Parsons Msyka….

Thunder Road’s Children’s Charity Day Focuses on Autism

Any tickets purchased today can be used anytime throughout the summer

FARGO, ND — A little bit of rain didn’t stop kids from coming out to Thunder Road for a day filled with fun and to raise money for autism. Children’s Charity Day was held at Thunder Road where you were able to get a summer’s full of tickets all at once. Tickets give you access to mini golf, go carts,…