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MSUM Students from the Bahamas Face Homeland in Ruins

Many families in the Bahamas lost their homes and businesses after Hurricane Dorian

MOORHEAD, Minn. — We may be a long way from the Bahamas, but the devastation on the islands hits close to home for several MSUM students. It may seem like a regular track practice for Shaquiel Higgs, but over 1,800 miles away in Freeport Grand Bahama, his family is dealing with the destruction from Hurricane Dorian. Higgs wasn’t able to…

Sheyenne High School Wears Blue to Support Classmate With Type I Diabetes

Danika Johnson has been living with the disease for over two years

WEST FARGO, N.D. — Sheyenne High School supported one of their own battling type I diabetes. The entire student body wore blue to let their classmate know they stand with her as she battles the disease. “It’s very special knowing that everybody’s here supporting me,” said Danika Johnson, a sophomore at Sheyenne High School. Danika has been living with type…

Fans Celebrate at 2017 Dakota Bowl

Fans threw many teams a celebration after winning the game, providing lunch and congratulating them

FARGO, ND —┬áThe 2017 Dakota Bowl brought high school football teams from around the state, and all of their fans, to Fargo. Sue Moffet is one many fans who came out to the Fargodome to see her son play in his final game of his senior year. She says she has no words to describe how proud she is of…

HOPE Inc Hurricane Player Selected to Attend the USA Sled Select Team

Boser plays for the HOPE Inc. Hurricanes and has been playing sled hockey for the past ten years

FARGO, ND — It’s a once in a lifetime opportunity for one local sled hockey player from North Dakota. In fact, he’s the first North Dakotan┬áselected to attend the USA Sled Select Team, where many Paralympic athletes get their starting off point from. Fifteen-year-old Grant Boser will be traveling to Buffalo, New York and train with some of the best…