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LIVE: Pet Connection: Meet Robin

She's a bundle of energy.

Robin is a cat who comes to Homeward Animal Shelter after being rescued from the local pound, and she’s the perfect example of why it’s so great to have the help of rescue workers when you’re choosing a new pet to bring home. Her profile says she’s sweet, well-mannered, cuddly and playful. She doesn’t care for other cats. However, instead…

Moorhead Herberger’s Open for One More Day; Fargo Store Closed Sunday

It is still unclear what will take the store's place at West Acres and Moorhead Center Mall

You’ve probably seen the signs about Herberger’s discounts over the summer… but now, it’s all coming to an end. “I just wanted to walk through it one last time, because I’ve grown up going there and hanging out so it was one last time before they closed. I used to go to this Herberger’s a lot,” Kallie Frost, a shopper,…

Former West Fargo Teacher Pleads Guilty to Six of Eight Sex-Crime Charges

37-year-old Shannon Moser of Moorhead was arrested in July

WEST FARGO, N.D. — Shannon Moser, the former West Fargo teacher facing charges of eight sex–related crimes involving minors, pleads guilty to six. Moser couldn’t hold back the tears pleading guilty to one count of gross sexual imposition, one count of illegal sexual contact on a sexual assault charge and four counts of luring a minor by computer. The two…

Concordia Students Use “Hands for Change” Day to Develop Relationships With Community

Thirty-five groups of freshmen and transfer students participated in the service-learning activities

MOORHEAD, Minn. — A new school year is more than trying to get another set of passing grades; it’s also about giving back to the community around you. “So we’re club 18. Shark bait, ooo ha ha. Club one eight! yeah! yeah!” said Concordia College freshmen Evan Gertken and Rhiley Larson. Thirty–five clubs made up of freshmen and transfer students from…

MN Releases Environmental Impact Statement On F-M Flood Diversion Project

The new plan is meant to reduce impacts in Richland County in North Dakota and Wilkin County in Minnesota that, in the original plan, were in the heart of a staging area to hold excess water in times of serious flooding.

FARGO, N.D. (AP) _ Minnesota officials have released a draft environmental impact statement on the revised Fargo-Moorhead flood diversion project and say they will decide on a permit application sometime this winter. The new plan is meant to reduce impacts in Richland County in North Dakota and Wilkin County in Minnesota that, in the original plan, were in the heart…

Over a Century Later, Perham High School Gets a New Beginning

Classes will start on September 4 for 475 students

PERHAM, Minn. — Students have walked into Perham High School (PHS) as freshmen and out as graduates ready to pursue some of their greatest passions for the last 102 years. But that’s come to an end as current students get ready to learn and participate in extracurriculars at an entirely new school right down the street. “For the first time in…

Heitkamp Discusses Trade and the Farm Bill With Chamber of Commerce

Heitkamp is on the Farm Bill Conference Committee

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D-N.D.) joined a discussion with the Fargo-West Fargo-Moorhead Chamber of Commerce to talk about trade and the Farm Bill. Those involved with the meting say they hope a deal can be reached soon so farmers can have some certainty by the time harvest comes. “As we get closer to harvest, there tends to be more…

Person finds Autistic Moorhead Boy’s Stolen Bike After Seeing KVRR Article

MOORHEAD, Minn. – An autistic boy gets his stolen bike back thanks to the power of the internet. On Facebook, Moorhead Police posted a person saw KVRR’s article about 16-year-old Brandon Hilde’s bike being stolen on Sunday and found it. An officer then returned it to him. Brandon’s aunt Sarah Peterson says he depends on his three-wheeled bike. “This is…

Cobbers Gather for Annual Corn Feed at Concordia College

The tradition has been happening since 1974

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Cobbers unite for a well–loved tradition that at Concordia College: the annual Corn Feed. It’s been around since 1974; students, alumni, and the Concordia community gather to eat corn—lots and lots of it. This year, 3,800 ears of corn were shucked. “Concordia’s all about tradition. The corn feed is a big tradition. Incoming Cobbers, just know, you’re going…

Volunteers Team Up to Build a Handicap Accessible Ramp for Man Battling Cancer

George Rick of Moorhead is battling stage four liver cancer

MOORHEAD, Minn. — For many years, George Rick made an impact on his neighborhood by lending a hand whenever he could. “Well he was always willing to help people when they needed help. I know he helped people build garages and do roofs and put in windows. He’s just always there to help people,” said Eileen Rick, George’s wife. But when…