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West Fargo cancels July’s Cruise Night and August’s Night to Unite

WEST FARGO, N.D.–The City of West Fargo has decided to cancel July’s Cruise Night and August’s Night to Unite due to coronavirus concerns. Cruise Night was meant to be held on Thursday, July 16 and Night to Unite on Thursday, August 4. North Dakota’s Smart Restart guidelines recommend limiting gathering sizes to 500 or less and a typical Cruise Night…

West Fargo cancels June Cruise Night

WEST FARGO, N.D.–The City of West Fargo has canceled its Cruise Night on June 18. The North Dakota Smart Restart guidelines recommend gatherings of less than 250 attendees and West Fargo says typical Cruise Nights see thousands of people. To thank the classic car community, the City of West Fargo will be having a photo contest and Facebook Live event…

East Grand Forks Cats Incredible Catfish Tournament Canceled

EAST GRAND FORKS, Minn.–The 2020 Cats Incredible Catfish Tournament in East Grand Forks has been canceled. The East Grand Forks Association of Firefighters said the health and safety of the participants, staff, volunteers and the East Grand Forks community was the deciding factor in canceling the event. Anyone who already signed up for the event will receive a full refund…

2020 Minnesota State Fair Canceled

ST. PAUL, Minn.–The Minnesota State Fair, known as the Great Minnesota Get-Together, has been canceled. The fair was scheduled for August 27 through September 7. This will mark only the sixth time the fair has been canceled since its inception. State Fair General Manager Jerry Hammer said canceling the fair was not a difficult decision, but “the only decision.” The…

Happy Harry’s RibFest Cancels 2020 Festival

The festival was scheduled June 3-6.

FARGO, N.D.–Happy Harry’s RibFest has been canceled. The festival was scheduled June 3-6 at the Fargodome and would have marked the 25th year of the event. Event organizers determined it was in the best interest and safety of the 50,000 event attendees to cancel the festival. The 25th annual event milestone will be celebrated at next year’s festival on June…

In-Person OHV Youth Classes Canceled through May 21

An online safety course is available year-round.

BISMARCK, N.D.–The North Dakota Parks and Recreation Department is canceling all in-person Off-Highway Vehicle youth safety classes through May 21. Anyone age 12 and older is still required to possess an OHV Safety Certification or driver’s license to legally operate an off-highway vehicle on public land. An online safety course is available year-round on the Parks and Rec website. For…

Trollwood Performing Arts School Cancels 2020 Season

Registered students will be contacted regarding their registration.

MOORHEAD, Minn.–Trollwood Performing Arts School has canceled its 2020 season due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The school says the decision was difficult to make, but the health of the students, volunteers, staff and audiences took priority. The cancellation includes Trollwood Academy, Totally Trollwood Academy, Totally Trollwood Musical, Trollwood Conservatory, Mainstage Musical, ArtSpark, Trollwood Players and Trollwood Student Leadership program. All…

El Zagal Shrine Circus Officially Cancels Fargodome Event

The circus was originally scheduled in March.

FARGO, N.D.–The El Zagal Shrine Circus has announced it is canceling the circus after previously postponing the event at the Fargodome. The circus was originally scheduled in March and then postponed until May, and now officially canceled. The organizers say canceling the event is a continued preventative effort to practice social distancing per guidance from federal, state and local health…

United States Hockey League Cancels Entire Season

The USHL said they will announce the 2019-2020 awards within the next few weeks.

FARGO, N.D.–The United States Hockey League voted unanimously to cancel the entire 2019-2020 season on Wednesday due to COVID-19. USHL President and Commissioner Tom Garrity said, “This decision was not an easy one to make but was a necessity in order to keep our athletes, staff and fans in all 16 of our communities safe amid this international health risk….

Minnesota Department of Public Safety Cancels All Road Tests in March

Knowledge testing and driver's license applications are still available.

ST. PAUL–The Minnesota Department of Public Safety has canceled all driver’s tests scheduled from March 18 to March 27 over coronavirus concerns. This includes Class D, commercial driver’s license and motorcycle road tests. Anyone with appointments during this time will receive a cancellation notice by email or text. Knowledge testing and driver’s license applications are still available. The MDPS says…