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Local Churches Celebrate Easter at the Red River Zoo

Five different churhces held an Easter celebration at the zoo

FARGO, N.D. — Animals at the Red River Zoo had some extra company as thousands of people came out for some Easter fun. Kids and parents were hopping all throughout the Red River Zoo. Local churches in the F-M area hosted an Easter celebration a day early, but it’s not all about egg hunts and bunnies. They want to remind…

West Fargo Church Upholds Good Friday Tradition

St. Andrew Lutheran Church held their annual CrossWalk

WEST FARGO, N.D. — Members of St. Andrew Lutheran Church are walking with the cross for a more traditional celebration of Easter.  Church members gathered this morning to celebrate Good Friday with the 2017 CrossWalk. They started off with devotion and a partial screening of ‘The Passion of The Christ.’ Then they made their way down 13th Avenue holding a…

Blaze Burns Nome Church to the Ground Owned by Craig Cobb

Small flames were still burning when news crews arrived and the smell of smoke filled the air of the small town.

NOME, N.D. — Crews in Nome, North Dakota responded to a call about a church on fire just after four o’clock. But this isn’t just any small country church, it is one recently purchased by self–proclaimed white supremacist Craig Cobb. When KVRR crews arrived just after 5:30, the entire church was burned to the ground. Small flames were still burning…

Church Purchased by Craig Cobb in Nome, ND on Fire

The Barnes County Sheriff's Office said crews are battling the flames at the former Nome Zion Lutheran Church

Courtesy: KFGO  NOME, N.D. — The church recently purchased by well-known white supremacist Craig Cobb is on fire. The Barnes County Sheriff’s Office said crews are battling the flames at the former Nome Zion Lutheran Church. We have a crew on the scene and will update you as more details become available. Categories: Business, Community, Local News, News Landing Page,…

Renovations Underway at Historic Bonanzaville Church

After being moved to Bonanzaville in 2015 the church on its way to being open to the public

WEST FARGO, N.D. — The South Pleasant Church at Bonanzaville is getting a face lift. Renovations at the Church are currently underway to get it in shape for this summer. This church has a long history. “890s, it was built. It’s 127–years–old,” said Executive Director of CCHS-Bonanzaville, Brenda Warren. It’s a rare piece of North Dakota history that was saved…

Sunday Blue Law One Step Closer to Being a Thing of the Past

One day after voting down a bill to kill North Dakota's Blue Laws, the House reconsidered and passed the bill

The Sunday morning Blue Laws are one step closer to being a thing of the past in North Dakota. The bill will move to the senate where there is strong support on both sides of the isle. Some local city officials believe the Blue Laws hurt the competitive edge of some Fargo businesses. “Those sales and those sales tax dollars…

Great Plains Food Bank Needs Volunteers for Souper Bowl Day of Caring Fundraiser

Calling all youth groups! Looking for a way to make the big game an opportunity to give back?

The Great Plains Food Bank has some “souper” exciting news. The organization has joined in the national campaign called the Souper Bowl Day of Caring, which raises millions of dollars each year in cash and food items for charity. Great Plains is looking for church youth groups to sign up to volunteer to collect food and cash donations before the…

Fargo Diocese Joins Lawsuit Against Federal Health Care Regulations

The Fargo Diocese Says The Requirements Pose a Threat to Religious Freedom

Courtesy: Fargo DioceseThe Diocese of Fargo has joined with a number of North Dakota Catholic employers in filing a federal lawsuit against health care coverage requirements that are in conflict with the Church. Bishop John Folda says while the Church does not discriminate based on sexual orientation, it should have the rights to make faith-based coverage decisions, even for its…