BOND

Kindred School District $26.4 million bond referendum passes

KINDRED, N.D. (KVRR) – Voters in the Kindred School District approve a $26.4 million bond referendum. 538 voters agreed to the district building a middle school addition to the high school, building an addition to the elementary school and renovating, remodeling and improving the elementary school. The referendum needed 60 percent of votes to pass and received 63.4 percent. Homeowners…

Fargo K9 Duo Remembers America’s Top Dog Victory

The Duo Moved Onto The Final Rounds That Will Air Later In The Year

FARGO, N.D. – For TV star and police K9 Falco and his handler, Officer David Cochran were told they would be competing in the A&E’s America’s Top Dog it was an exciting moment for the pair. “We had auditioned for a spot on the show so they have really must of liked him so very neat opportunity,” Cochran said. Cochran…

Driver Charged with DUI after Striking Cars at Auto Dealership

Some of the vehicles were heavily damaged.

altimate_auto_crash Moses-Yalartai FARGO, N.D.–A drunk driver was arrested after striking cars in the parking lot of a used auto dealership at approximately 2:40 a.m. on Sunday. Officers responded to the 1800 block of Main Avenue for a report of a vehicle hitting multiple cars in the parking lot of Altimate Auto Sales. Police located the driver, identified as 30-year-old Moses…

Moorhead High School Makes Its Case For Referendum

It would help rebuild the school from the ground up with projects like creating new classrooms and improve accessibility for disabled students.

MOORHEAD, Minn. — The 110 million dollar referendum is up for a vote on November 5th. It would help rebuild the school from the ground up with projects like creating new classrooms and improve accessibility for disabled students. With the lack of space in classrooms like Social Study Teacher Tina Bentz’s are left in some murky conditions to teach. “I…

Frazee-Vergas School Bond Defeated

FRAZEE, MN (KFGO) – A $25.6 million bond referendum that was on the ballot in a special election held Tuesday in the Frazee-Vergas School District failed to get the approval of voters. The referendum included projects to update security at the elementary and high schools, add an auditorium, build a new gym and locker rooms and improve the outdoor running…

Community Learns About $9 Million Northern Cass Bond Proposal

The bond would bring new programs to the school district

ARGUSVILLE, N.D. – Community members in the Northern Cass School District discuss a nine million dollar bond that would bring new programs to the school district. The bond will be on the ballot for the general election on June 11th and would add a vocal and instrumental music space. It would also repurpose the current gym into a personalized learning lab…

An Unbreakable Bond: CCRI Gives New Home to Four Best Friends

they've been friends and roommates for ten years

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Sometimes it doesn’t take a lot to forge an unbreakable bond another with person. For David, Greg, Brad and Lane, it’s been both a friendship and a home they’ve shared for ten years. But that almost came to an end about a year ago. “We started seeing some mobility issues with David and as you can see, Brad…

West Fargo Schools $106.9 Million Bond Referendum Passes

WEST FARGO, N.D. – More new schools will be coming to the growing West Fargo Public School District. Voters overwhelmingly approve the district’s nearly $107 million school bond. 71% of the nearly 6,000 votes cast were in favor of the bond. The measure needed 60 percent approval to pass. Under the proposal, about $88 million would be used for new…

West Fargo Public Schools Holds Second Forum on Bond Referendum

The election will be on Sept. 25

WEST FARGO, N.D. — West Fargo Public Schools held its second open community forum so people could learn more about the $106.9 million bond referendum. The bond package includes a new high school and middle school, renovated classrooms, security upgrades, and turf at all three high schools. If the bond doesn’t pass, the school district says more students will have to…