North Dakota students invited to apply for Superintendent’s Cabinet

Students interested in applying to be on the Student Cabinet must apply by 5 p.m. on Nov. 23.

BISMARCK, N.D.–State School Superintendent Kirsten Baesler is inviting students in grades three through 12 to apply for the Superintendent’s Student Cabinet. The Cabinet was created by Baesler in 2015 as a way for students to share their opinions and make a difference in the way schools operate all across the state. Students on the Cabinet serve for 18 months and…

Fargo Police Launches App That Allows People To Send Tips & Receive Alerts

Tip411 is free on Apple and Google devices. 

FARGO, N.D.- Fargo Police was looking for ways to improve the way they receive information and get it more quickly. Before, they used a phone number that someone in the department monitored for call and text tips. “Tip411 is a new mobile application, not only a mobile application, but a new way for citizens, people in our community to submit…

The Fargo Arts and Culture Commission seeks artists for new water tower

The water tower is located near 7th Avenue and University Drive North.

FARGO, N.D.–The Fargo Arts and Culture Commission is looking for artists interested in creating a design for a new Fargo water tower. The water tower is located near 7th Avenue and University Drive North. The artist or team of artists are asked to create a design in line with the theme of “community.” The ACC says, “The ideal design will…

Concordia to Offer New Coursework-Based Admission Process

The new application process goes into effect immediately.

MOORHEAD, Minn.–Concordia College has approved a new pathway for prospective students to apply for admission to the college. Students, instead of submitting ACT or SAT scores, will have the opportunity to submit graded assignments, academic references and personal essays in addition to their high school transcript. Students will then be given the chance to meet with admission representatives to provide…

North Dakota Residents to Receive Applications for Absentee Ballots

Anyone who applies for an absentee ballot will receive one in early May.

CASS COUNTY, N.D.–North Dakota residents should be on the lookout for applications for absentee ballots arriving in the mail the week of April 20. The ballot applications will be addressed to each resident with their address prefilled. In addition to the applications, residents will receive a letter from North Dakota Secretary of State Al Jaeger. With voting locations being closed,…

Baesler Seeks Appointment for ND Board of Higher Education Seat

The deadline to apply is March 3.

BISMARCK, N.D.–State School Superintendent Kirsten Baesler is encouraging North Dakotans to apply for an opening on the Board of Higher Education. The Board oversees North Dakota’s university system which includes six four-year universities and five two-year colleges. The open seat belongs to Dan Traynor who is resigning due to his recently confirmed federal judgeship. Members of the Board of Higher…

Local Woman Selected to Help Decorate White House for Christmas

The White House opened up applications in August

FARGO, N.D. — One local woman, Amanda Morgan, is going to the White House after being picked to help decorate for Christmas. “Since I was a little kid, I’ve just dreamed about being First Lady, even seeing the White House. Just seeing all these places I’ve read about and watched documentaries about,” she said. Now, she’s going to Washington, D.C….

Medical Marijuana Applications Available to Apply for in North Dakota: Here’s How

Applications are also open for caregivers or people who help patients

FARGO N.D. — People living in North Dakota can now submit an application for a medical marijuana card. Applications are also open for caregivers or people who help patients. There is a $50 fee to process the application. North Dakota Department of Health officials say there are videos and information on their website that can help in the application process….

Application Deadline for Hay Lottery Approaching

The hay will be distributed through a lottery drawing early next month

  NORTH DAKOTA — Time is running out for drought-impacted ranchers in the Northern Plains to apply for a hay lottery. The application deadline for ranchers in the Dakotas and Montana is Thursday. North Dakota’s Agriculture Department, NDSU and the Michigan-based nonprofit Ag Community Relief earlier this month announced the program to accept hay donations at a site near the…

Fargo City Commissioner Wants F-5 Project Put on Hold

The group's founder says his organization is working with the city to get the application to correct the violation

  FARGO, ND — A Fargo city commissioner wants the F-5 Project stopped until it meets city codes. Dave Piepkorn said the housing project for former inmates didn’t get the proper city approval. Piepkorn said it’s clear the homes violate city code because more than three non-family members live in the houses. The violation was discovered after city leaders got…