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Fargo Financial Adviser Offers Investment Advice During COVID-19

Meyers Has Been Hosting A Financial Chat With People In The Community About How To Handle Their Investments During The Pandemic.

FARGO, N.D. — The coronavirus continues to impact the investment world and the global economy. Paul Meyers Of Legacy Wealth Management in Fargo says the economy is hurting right now but will bounce back. He’s that because the main driving forces will be back once people are able to work again. He says the 2 trillion dollar relief bill can…

First Responders Teach People How To Save A Life In Minutes

The event is celebrating its sixth year

FARGO, N.D.- Local emergency responders invite anyone in the community to come in for a quick lesson on how to prevent a heart attack, as well as what to do in case it happens. They have about 20 mannequins ready to teach individuals or big groups. Organizers say it’s important to learn CPR because you never know if it might…

Fargo Gym Honors Child Who Lost Battle With Leukemia

The Staff is Raising Funds For The Family's Medical Expenses

FARGO, N.D. — Phoenix Ellis is described by Conquer Ninja Gym staff as a huge American Ninja Warrior fan. The 11-year-old passed away after his battle with Leukemia. Now the staff at the gym want to show respect for the little ninja. “We heard that he lost his life and we got in contact with the mom and we wanted…

Rob Kupec speaks at Moorhead Lions Club meeting

Our very own Rob Kupec was there to talk about the potential for spring flooding.

MOORHEAD, Minn. – Twice a month, they meet to talk about different issues facing the community and invite guest speakers. Rob was there to talk about the potential for spring flooding. The club also discussed their upcoming event on March 29 at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in South Moorhead. They’ll host a ham dinner to raise funds for the Honor…

Grand Forks Is Looking For Funds To Build A Memorial In Honor Of Fallen Officers

They launched a campaign in hopes of meeting the goal of $250,000

GRAND FORKS, N.D. -“My entire career, I’ve been thinking, we should have something in the Northern Valley to represent officers that have died in the line of duty to protect their communities,” says Bob Rost the Grand Forks County Commissioner. Four years ago Bob Rost started to think more and more about the idea of building a memorial, and decided…

Community Mourns As Grand Forks Boy Is Laid To Rest

A Dessert Cabaret Fundraiser will be held Saturday night at 7 at Hope Lutheran Church with proceeds going to Borth's family to help with funeral costs.

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — The sounds of music fills the Immanuel Lutheran Church of Grand Forks, as 15 year old Jonah Borth is laid to rest. Those who came to knew Jonah say he had a big heart. “Pastor Daniel Voth” “Even if he had stood 7 feet tall his chest cavity would have been nothing but heart…. Love and…

NDSU Reaches Settlement With U.S Attorney’s Office For ADA Violations

The findings found the university did not provide enough wheelchair seating, seating for companions of wheelchair users and accessible aisle seating.

FARGO, N.D. — All Tammy DeSautel and her daughter Macy wanted to do was watch basketball at the SHAC at NDSU. “Ya know we were just there to watch a game and to have some fun and cheer, ya know my nephews it just really threw me off guard when we ran into those obstacles,” DeSautel said. Those obstacles became…

Moorhead Looks Into Raising Sales Tax To Fund Projects

If approved, the city will have to wait until the November 2022 election for voters to decide the plan's fate.

MOORHEAD, Minn.- The community of Moorhead is ready for the city to say out with the old and in with the new. The city has listened to  the community’s demands and is looking for options to pay for potential projects rather than raising property taxes. “At the city council meeting last night, the city council voted to move forward with…

Baha’i Faith Community Hosts World Religion Day

The Group Says The Main Message Is To Spread Tolerance And Acceptance In The Community

FARGO, N.D. — People packed into West Acres’ community room for the annual World Religion Day Celebration. The celebration is hosted by the Fargo-Moorhead Baha’i Faith Community. They say they are there to hand out some important lessons. “We had a lot of youth come in; we were just trying to tell them that there is a chance for everybody…

United Way of Cass-Clay Is Moving Locations

The organization has been in this same location since 1998.

CASS & CLAY COUNTIES- The organization want’s to be able to help more people in the community by allowing for more resources and volunteers. They say this project will have no impact on the current grants they are making to any of their current non-profit partners. United Way will not be using any of the dollars that were raised through…