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Annual Coffee and Cocoa Crawl helps support downtown businesses

"You get to discover new businesses and new restaurants and new coffee shops so it's a great way to explore and see all what downtown has to offer."

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — A frostival event is giving cocoa and coffee lovers a chance to stroll around downtown Fargo while sipping on their favorite hot beverage. With 20 participating shops, the sixth annual Coffee and Cocoa Crawl is keeping people warm as they enjoy a day full of shopping, eating and of course sipping…while helping support locally owned businesses….

Organizations host parade in honor of Veterans Day

The parade started between 4th and 5th streets and ended at the Fargo Civic Center.

FARGO, N.D.- COVID-19 did not stop the Fargo-Moorhead area from celebrating Veterans Day and thanking those who served. Veteran organizations in the metro take part in a parade in downtown Fargo that included masks and was limited to 25 percent capacity. The ceremony usually takes place at the Civic Center was cancelled. “It wouldn’t work out very well with the…

Twenty Below Coffee To Open Moorhead Doors In Spring

Twenty Below Coffee shop will be opening up it's doors to customers this upcoming spring.

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Moorhead is just a couple months away from adding a new local coffee shop to it’s downtown area. Twenty Below Coffee shop will be opening up it’s doors to customers this upcoming spring. The shop which is located in Comstock Commons on 8th Street South will be the 2nd location in the F-M area. The owner says…

Caribou opens on NDSU campus

The shop opened its doors at seven this morning.

FARGO, N.D. – Even before the doors opened, students, faculty and staff were already waiting in line to get their first coffee of the day. The store is located on the first floor of the Memorial Union. They chose the location because it is central to campus with about 10,000 people walking in and out of the building everyday. “Caribou…

Fargo Tackles Winter Weather

"You got to be prepared for someone else who makes a mistake, so it's what we go through doesn't really matter if the sun shines or if it's a cloudy slippery day, defensive driving."

FARGO N.D — With harsh conditions, Fargo crews are hard at work to take care of the late night winter storms. They’re leaving most of the valley under advisory warnings. The city of Fargo went into action earlier in the night and gave advice for drivers looking to use the roads. “You got to be prepared for someone else who…

Facebook Partners With Fargo Coffee Shop Twenty Below to Promote Birthday Stories

Facebook is working with fifty bakeries across the country

FARGO, N.D. — Facebook is partnering with a local business to promote a new feature, and people are getting to pick up some free treats, too. Facebook is launching birthday stories, a feature that allows users to make digital birthday cards for their friends and family. The social media giant partnered with fifty bakeries and coffee shops across the country to…

Nichole’s Fine Pastry Will Be Celebrating Pi Day With Special

They will have seven flavors of pie

FARGO, N.D. — March 14 is Pi Day, since it matches the mathematical constant of 3.14. One local shop will be celebrating with some tasty treats, as it’s become tradition to eat pie on Pi Day. Nichole’s Fine Pastry and Café and will be serving seven flavors of pie, including chocolate cream, lemon meringue, banana cream, apple streusel, and key lime….

LIVE: Coffee & Cocoa Crawl Comes To Downtown Fargo

27 Different Varieties Of Coffee And Cocoa Available Throughout Downtown

  The Downtown Community Partnership’s Coffee & Cocoa Crawl is finally here. The event was originally postponed due to a blizzard. Now, people will only have to brave single-digit temperatures to enjoy coffee and cocoa from 27 different local businesses on Saturday, March 2nd. If you’re wary of walking around downtown, a heated trolley will help move you around for…

Moorhead Mayor Has Coffee With Residents to Hear Concerns

Judd says his goal is to be more accessible to the community so they can voice their concerns and give feedback

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Moorhead Mayor Johnathan Judd and City Council Members Sara Watson Curry and Shelly Dahlquist have coffee with residents to discuss issues important to them. This is the first of many monthly sit downs the mayor plans to have with residents. One topic discussed was snow removal, and how people are not happy about snow piling up on…