Winter Wonderland Christmas Expo Encourages Small Business

The Expo Also Hosted A Toy Drive For People To Give To Children In Need.

  FARGO, N.D. — Local businesses, festive decorations and people donating towards a good cause. It’s all a part of the Winter Wonderland Christmas Expo in Moorhead. The expo is a way to encourage people to buy their gifts locally this holiday season. Vendors set up across the Courtney’s Event Center to make their pitch to buyers. The expo also…

Santa Village Opens Its Doors At Rheault Farm

 The community braved the winter storm to visit with Mr. & Mrs. Claus

FARGO, N.D.- For some, the snowy weather was not a factor, but rather a drive to go outside and make the most of it. “The weather was more like a push, because he likes to be outside, so we got him all geared up and come out and plays in the snow,” says Korinna, a visitor. They came to the…

Fraser Hosts Its 19th Annual Festival Of Trees

Families enjoyed a visit from Mr. & Mrs. Claus

FARGO, N.D.- With Christmas right around the corner, Fraser is getting families into the Christmas Spirit. “It’s just a wonderful time to show love and compassion and generosity to the whole entire world,” says Wanda, a visitor. For Wanda, spending time with her family means something different than for other people. “It’s very important. We lost a son not quite…

An Employee At Clara Barton Starts Program Helping Kids And Families In Need

The program is servicing about 20 families from Clara Barton and Hawthorne Elementary Schools.

FARGO, N.D.- A year and a half ago, Julie saw Fargo South High School had a food pantry and she wanted to bring one to Clara Barton and Hawthorne Elementaries. “We started very small about a year ago and offered it for Thanksgiving and Christmas and now we’re down here,” says Julie Hetland the Office Assistant at Clara Barton Elementary. …

Fraser Ltd. Hosts Festival Of Trees at Fargodome

FARGO N.D. — A Fargo based non–profit is looking to spread early Christmas cheer. Fraser Limited is an organization dedicated to helping children, youth and adults help reach independence. It’s having it’s Festival Of Trees at the Fargodome. Over 160 trees are decked with both jolly and holly. They’re sponsored by local businesses who decorated the entrance of the dome….

Get Paid $1,000 To Watch Hallmark Movies

Century Link Paying Someone To Watch 24 Hallmark Movies In 12 Days

  If you love binge-watching cheesy Christmas movies, this company may have your dream job CenturyLinkQuote is looking for someone to watch 24 Hallmark Channel Christmas movies in 12 days. If you can conquer the challenge, you’ll get $1,000 The company will also send you a movie marathon kit, complete with packets of hot cocoa, Christmas cookies, and a boatload…

A Fargo Boy Is Celebrating Christmas A Little Bit Early This Year

He is currently fighting Leukemia for the second time.

FARGO, N.D.- Christmas is 7–year–old Grantley Johnson’s favorite time of the year. “When he first walked in here and saw how everything was set up, his face just got huge and he had a huge smile on his face, and I don’t think we’ve lost it yet. He’s running around here with his friends, family and stuff and he just…

St. Mark’s Lutheran Church and Churches United Hold Christmas Service

They say bringing Christmas to those who don't have a home makes a big difference

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Christmas is a time for gathering with your loved ones, but some people may not have a place to go. St. Mark’s Lutheran Church teamed up with Churches United for the Homeless to bring some Christmas joy to people who need a place to stay. “For some of them they’re staying in the shelter, they don’t have a…

Several Babies Born at Sanford on Christmas Day

Nurses say Christmas Day saw an average number of births

FARGO, N.D. — Several families got the ultimate Christmas present: babies born on Christmas day. Sanford says six babies had been born as of 2 p.m., with more mothers in labor in the afternoon. Nurses say that’s about average for a typical day. Families and nurses both say bringing new life into the world makes the holiday more joyous. “It’s hard…

50 Years as Santa: Tower City Man Spreads Holiday Cheer for Decades

Dennis Gumke started dressing up as Santa in 1968

BUFFALO, N.D. — For the last fifty years, a Tower City man has been creating extra special memories with his beard and red hat. Back in 1968, Dennis Gumke stumbled on an opportunity that would snowball into an annual tradition. “We lived in Streeter and we needed a Santa for the local community days and couldn’t get one, so I stepped…