Doctors Break Out Their Dancing Shoes at “Dancing with the Doctors”

Proceeds from the first annual event will go to the Matto Foundation

FARGO, N.D. — Several doctors from Sanford Health trade in their lab coats for dancing shoes at the first annual “Dancing with the Doctors.” The medical personnel tackled many types of dances, including salsa, hip–hop, and the foxtrot. The doctors and their partners trained for the event with choreography and coaching from the Red River Dance and Performing Company. Some say…

Roberts’ Dance Moves Crowned ‘Play’ of the Winter

Congrats to Andrew Roberts on winning the HS Play of the Winter

FARGO, N.D. — The winner of the DJ Colter – Ken Kraft high school play of the winter comes from West Fargo Sheyenne high school. Andrew Roberts dancing through the intermission of a Sheyenne basketball game receives the most votes and is crowned the high school play of the winter over Moorhead Spud, Carter Randklev’s goal that appeared on sports center….

Play of the Winter Nominees Pt. 2


FARGO, N.D. — The KVRR sports team is celebrating the plays of the winter. This week’s semifinal match up is a different battle in the state of North Dakota high school athletics. Play number one Grand Forks Central’s Mitchell Idalski makes a backhanded shot in the state quarterfinals to help his team advance. Play number two, comes from the stands at Sheyenne…

HS Play of the Week Nominees: January 12

Watch the Nominees for the D.J. Colter - Ken Kraft High School Play of the Week

FARGO, N.D. — The nominees for the D.J. Colter – Ken Kraft High School Play of the Week feature a pair of unique plays, the likes of which have not been nominees this year. The first one comes from Moorhead boys basketball. Maleeck Harden slams down a put-back dunk off a miss in a game against Bemidji. The other nominees isn’t…

Native American Tribes Came to MSUM for a Powwow

Friends and family came together for the 28th annual powwow

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Drums were booming throughout MSUM for the 28th annual Celebration of the Woodlands and High Plains Traditional Powwow. The powwow was setup for a time to celebrate and renew friendship. They’re also celebrating the educational experiences of American Indian higher education and the sharing of tribal cultures in the F-M area. The event featured many styles of…