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McKinley Elementary Celebrates Dr. Seuss’ Birthday With Books, Green Eggs and Ham

people from the community showed up to read the books to students

  FARGO, N.D. — As part of Dr. Seuss’ birthday, kids at McKinley Elementary celebrated with none other than some green eggs and ham. It’s also Read Across America Day which is why firefighters, police officers and NDSU football players also attended the breakfast. They read books to students as a way to celebrate not just reading but the community as…

Fargo City Commission Backs Plan to Allow Drinking At Downtown Events

The Downtown Community Partnership hopes to have the changes in place by the 2018 Street Fair in July

FARGO, N.D. — Fargo City commissioners are on board to allow drinking alcohol in public at events like the Street Fair and Cork and Canvas Art Walk in downtown Fargo. The Downtown Community Partnership (DCP) may be trying to change the liquor ordinance in downtown Fargo, but even they say safety is of the utmost importance. “We want to make sure…

Moorhead High School Joins National Movement to Remember Florida Shooting Victims, Create Change

they also want to unite the school

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Students at Moorhead High School were in a government class talking about the Parkland, Florida shootings and the walkouts that are taking place. It was then when the question was raised: will we follow suit in the Fargo-Moorhead area? “If not us, then who? I’m not one for leading protests or marching in the streets but this is…

Blessed Sacrament Puts on Benefit for Local West Fargo Man Battling Cancer

Terry Krauth was diagnosed with cancer of the jaw in 2016

WEST FARGO, N.D. — Emotions ran high at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church in West Fargo today. But it wasn’t because everyone was hoping to yell “bingo” and win the jackpot. It’s because of the real reason they were all there: Terry Krauth. “It’s very honestly overwhelming. The number of family members, the church members, people we’ve known forever in the community…

Fargo Families Taking First Step in Adoption Process

it could take some two years or more to get a child

FARGO, N.D. — Social workers at the Village Family Service Center say one of the biggest misconceptions about adoption is people think the birth parents give up their kids because they don’t love them. “Every birth mom and birth father that I’ve ever met has so much love for the birth child and they’re making this plan for them because they…

Second Annual “Go Red For Women” Aims to Prevent Heart Disease

Close to 200 people showed up to the luncheon downtown Fargo

FARGO, N.D. — One woman dies every 80 seconds from a heart attack or stroke. In order to lower that statistic, the American Heart Association hosted their second annual “Go Red For Women” event. Holly Hoffman knows what it means to be a survivor, literally. Out of 100,000 applications, she and 19 other people were chosen to be on the T.V….

“Ashes To Go” Provides Convenient, Welcoming Celebration of Ash Wednesday

This is the second year in a row it was held downtown Fargo

FARGO, N.D. — It can be tough to figure out when you’re going to get ashes on Ash Wednesday when you have a busy schedule. Thankfully, two churches had a quick fix for those trying to find the time. You didn’t even have to go to church to get blessed with ashes this Ash Wednesday. “We believe that God welcomes everyone…

Hector International Airport To Begin Construction On Skyway In 2019

it's expected to be completed in 2020

FARGO, N.D. — In the next few years, you won’t have to walk outside to get from the parking lot to your terminal at Hector International Airport. The Airport will start construction in early 2019 on a skyway costing between $13-15 million. But get this, it won’t cost taxpayers a single cent. “The skyway is eligible for 90 percent of federal…

Minnesota Cracking Down On Major Marijuana Busts

they've noticed less people are trying to hide the drugs in their cars

MINNESOTA — In the past two months, Minnesota State Patrol has seized more than 500 pounds of marijuana combined between busts in Otter Tail County and Alexandria. In two of the three instances, K-9 units were used to find the drugs. Fifteen troopers across the state have a dog assigned to them. Although they train the dogs to sniff the vehicles…

Customer Disarms Robber at Southpointe Tesoro

Suspect Was Arrested Hours Later

FARGO, N.D. — When it comes to our survival, there’s one thing we all have in common: the fight or flight response. “Everybody has that no matter if you’re trained or not. It tries to pick the best way to handle a situation. For some people, I’ve seen situations where the most unlikely of persons ends up being the hero or…