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Fargo Mayor says 2020 was a difficult year & he’s optimistic about 2021

He also talked about the urgency to discuss race relations in the metro.

FARGO, N.D. – Fargo Mayor Dr. Tim Mahoney says that through unprecedented times, the city continues to shine and lead by example. Metro mayors held the annual State of the Cities. Mahoney says some of the highlights include how thousands of volunteers came together last march to produce more than 230,000 sandbags when there was a possibility of flooding. He…

Fargo, West Fargo & Moorhead police chiefs discuss priorities for 2021

All three police chiefs say they've seen a concerning increase in overdoses this past year.

FARGO, N.D. – The Fargo Moorhead West Fargo Chamber of Commerce invites local police chiefs to discuss the biggest issues they experienced. Local law enforcement say they’re biggest hurdle has been trying to achieve their goals in light of all the challenges they’ve faced during this past year. “The obvious division that we have in our country right now, whether…

North Dakota Farmers Bureau Talks Policy For Helping Farmers

The conference is also a way for farmers to directly connect with the organization so their voices can be heard when it gets brought to politicians.

FARGO, N.D. — Farmers and ranchers from across North Dakota came to find solutions and ways to save what’s been a historically bad harvest. “For us lots of challenges have been going on and so we are trying to get lots of assistance and we just try to make policies that will help us out in the long run.” For…

Elementary School Teachers from Fargo Go Head-to-Head In “Battle of the Schools”

Longfellow Elementary took home the first championship

FARGO, N.D. — It was no secret that school spirit was at an all–time high inside the gym of Eagles Elementary. Many educators were fired up on a Wednesday afternoon for one reason: the first ever “Battle of the Schools”. “Oh it’s great. It builds team spirit, builds camaraderie, you know we look forward to this, coming together, and competing against…

Food Network’s Robert Irvine Coming to Fargo

Do you want to participate in "Robert Irvine LIVE?"

FARGO, N.D. — A Food Network star is bringing his brand of no-nonsense cooking to Fargo. Chef Robert Irvine wants the audience to participate in “Robert Irvine LIVE” at Fargo Theatre on Thursday, August 9. The multi-media and multi-sensory event will feature Q&A and cooking challenges. VIP tickets will get you access to a private cooking seminar and food tasting…

Minnesota Man’s Family Stuck in Refugee Camp Due to Travel Ban

Mohamed has about a dozen family members who were hoping to move to Minnesota from refugee camps in Kenya, but those plans have been put on hold indefinitely because of a new ruling by the nation's highest court. KMSP Fox 9 Reporter, Maury Glover, Reports.

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — A Minnesota man is speaking out after finding out that his family in Kenya will have to stay in refugee camps for the time being. This after, the Supreme Court allows the Trump administration to fully enforce a ban on travel to the United States by people of six mostly Muslim countries. “People are still seeking shelter…

Fargo Public School District Gives Itself a Report Card

The "State of the Schools" address details how the district is performing and dealing with consistent growth

FARGO, ND — It’s that time of year again for the Fargo Public School District to give itself a report card. The State of the Schools addressed how they’re dealing with consistent growth while continuing to face social challenges. Since the district’s operations facility opened in July, superintendent Dr. Jeff Schatz said his schools are more efficient than ever. But…

Competitive Curling with HOPE Inc.

Families showed support and cheered the players on at the F–M Curling Club in Fargo as they focused on pushing their stones across the ice.

FARGO, ND — HOPE Inc. is giving kids and adults a chance to get competitive on the ice. Families showed support and cheered the players on at the F-M Curling Club in Fargo as they focused on pushing their stones across the ice. The night is offered to anyone with mobility challenges, even those who are not in a wheelchair….

Board of Trustees Tours Jeremiah Program Housing Facility

The two-story building will be home to 20 families which were recommended by social services to take part in the Jeremiah Program

FARGO, ND — The Jeremiah Program prepares single mothers to excel in a career and helps their children to succeed in school. National and local Board of Trustee members toured its campus in Fargo, which opens in January. The two-story building will be home to 20 families which were recommended by social services to take part in the Jeremiah Program….

HOPE Inc. Holds 6th Annual Fashion Show

"We all have different disabilities, but we all come together we have no disabilities"

MOORHEAD, Minn. — HOPE Inc. gives people with mobility challenges new opportunities every day. “We all have different disabilities, but we all come together we have no disabilities,” said James Henderson who has been with HOPE Inc. for a month. Now, kids and adults are getting the chance to strut their stuff. “You have to learn to love what you…