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COVID-19 By The Numbers For March 24, 2020

New Cases Reported In North Dakota, South Dakota & Minnesota

FARGO, N.D. — Cass County has two new confirmed cases of the coronavirus, bringing the official total to three. They include a man in his 70’s and a man in his 90’s. Both cases are under investigation for how they got the virus. Two other cases are being reported in Dunn and Burleigh counties. The Dunn case is a man…

Moorhead Police Seek High Speed Chase Driver Who Fled Into Cornfield

Steven Foster has active felony warrants in Cass and Clay Counties for drug-related offenses

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Moorhead Police are searching for 29-year-old Steven Foster after a high-speed pursuit Saturday afternoon. An officer saw Foster cut off cars near I-94 and 8th street south. When the officer attempted to pull him over he fled reaching speeds of 100 miles per hour. Foster lost control of his vehicle after driving over stop sticks and hit…

Jade Rosenfeldt Appointed District Court Judge in Minnesota’s Seventh Judicial District

Rosenfeldt is currently with Vogel Law Firm

ST. PAUL, Minn. — Governor Tim Walz has appointed Jade Rosenfeldt as District Court Judge in Minnesota’s Seventh Judicial District. It is a new District Court judgeship that became effective July 1 and will be chambered in Moorhead. Rosenfeldt is currently with Vogel Law Firm. Lieutenant Governor Peggy Flanagan says Rosenfeldt demonstrates a remarkable range of experience in the legal…

YMCA Holds Registration And Information Event For Summer Programs

cater to a wide range of children from 6 weeks through 8th grade

FARGO, N.D. — School will be out before you know it and your kids will need something to do. That is where the YMCA of Cass and Clay Counties Summer Child Care programs come in handy. A registration and information event was held at all of the Y’s child care locations. The programs cater to a wide range of children…

United Way is Teaching the Community About Mental Health Awareness

They are opening up a public panel for the community to learn more about the traumatic experiences children are living with

FARGO, ND — United Way of Cass Clay is looking for ways to invest dollars to improve resources for students with mental health issues. They are opening up a public panel for the community to learn more about the traumatic experiences children are living with. The organization has two programs that focus on student mental health and are bringing in…

MSUM Seeing Boost in Enrollment

The official fall semester enrollment at the university stands at 6,019

  MOORHEAD, Minn. — MSUM is getting an enrollment boost from freshmen and graduate students. The official fall semester enrollment at the university stands at 6,019. That is up nearly two percent from last fall. The gains are credited to a 21 percent increase in graduate students and a 2.5 percent increase in new entering freshmen. Almost 24 percent of…

LIVE: Play With Clay With Make Room Fargo

From The Ground To A Finished Bowl, Kids Learn The Journey Of Clay

  Chelsea Thorson with Make Room joins Adam to play with some clay. She’s hosting the “Earth+Fire” event this week at Make Room. Kids get the chance to learn about making and using clay. They’ll literally dig up the dirt used to make the clay, make it, and turn it into pottery. Chelsea and Adam show their clay-making skills by…

United Way Kicks Off Annual School Supply Drive

The backpacks and supplies will be distributed to students and families in need on August 5th and 8th at the Fargodome

MOORHEAD, Minn — It’s only the second week of July, but the United Way has already kicked off its 19th annual School Supply Drive. Schools supplies will be collected until July 28th. The program provides a backpack and school supplies to any child attending K-12 in Cass and Clay counties. The backpacks and supplies will be distributed to students and…

Exploring the Banks of the Red River

NDSU Students take a bike ride to learn about their home

The Red River in all its glory provides water to a lot of us across the region. But how has the river changed throughout the years? What starts off as a normal summer class has turned into an unorthodox classroom studying the nooks and crannies of what we call the Red. NDSU Geology students rode along the banks to enhance…