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LIVE: Downtown Fargo Welcomes Pure Barre

Pure Barre offers a low-impact, small movement, and musically driven way to exercise

KVRR’s Maggie LaMere tries out Pure Barre in downtown Fargo before their grand opening. Categories: Morning – In The Community Tags: Downtown Fargo, Exercise, Pure Barre

Garage Fire Near Downtown

Mulitple crews are on the scene at 615 9th Avenue South.

FARGO, ND — Fargo Firefighters are on the scene of a garage fire at this hour. The area around 615 9th Avenue South should be avoided while crews attend to the fire. We have a crew on the scene and will have updates tonight on KVRR Local News at 6:00 p.m. & 9:00 p.m. Categories: Community, Local News, North Dakota…

Children Learn About Healthy Lifestyles on Kids Day at Red River Market

Many local farmers took part in the weekly market

FARGO, N.D. — Kids got to learn about healthy foods and activities while having fun at the Red River Market. As part of Kid’s Day at the Market, kids got to sing and dance along with Penny and Pals while checking out goods from local farmers. CrossFit Fargo also held a challenge to see which kids could go 100 meters on…

Darren Patterson Sentenced to 18 Months in Prison for Deadly HoDo Fight

Patterson mortally wounded Jamie Grant in fight outside Hotel Donaldson in May 2017

FARGO, N.D. — In May of 2017, the Grant family lost a husband and father. The family watched as the judge handed Darren Patterson, the man who fatally assaulted Jamie Grant in a fight outside the Hotel Donaldson, an 18–month sentence for negligent homicide and aggravated assault. “Knowing a plea bargain was made for this crime exacerbates the nightmare. 18…

Folkway’s Night Bazaar Kicks Off for the Third Time this Season

It's a chance to experience local food, art, and performances in the heart of downtown Fargo

FARGO– It’s a chance to experience local food, art, and performances in the heart of downtown Fargo. Broadway Garage kicked off the third Folkway’s Night Bazaar of the season. It’s in the garage space that is used for the Red River Market. The event features food vendors like Scoop and Dough, Texas X BBQ, and The Dogfather Mobile Eatery. You…

JL Beers Adds Breakfast to the Menu

The downtown Fargo location is now serving breakfast every day from 8am until 11am

FARGO– A burger joint near you is hopping on the breakfast bandwagon! JL Beers in downtown Fargo is now serving breakfast every day from 8am until 11am. The breakfast menu is a twist on their popular Humpty Dumpty burger. Owner of JL Beers, Lance Thorson, says they wanted to offer something cool and unique to downtown Fargo. “We’ve actually done…

Fargo Park District and NDSU Present Train Car Art

The ninety foot train car represents all of the classic locations of the NDSU campus

FARGO– Fargo Park District has teamed up with NDSU to display iconic pieces of its campus though train car art. The ninety foot train car represents all of the classic locations of the NDSU campus. It is on display at the Depot at 701 Main Avenue in downtown Fargo. The train car was designed by Fargo artist, Steve Knutson, who…

North Dakota’s Teacher of the Year Rappels Down Black Building to Raise Money For Charism

Leah Juelke rappelled to support North Dakota's teachers

  FARGO, N.D. — During her time in the Army, Leah Juelke rappelled down many things, but never a building in the heart of a city. “At first, right when you get to the top, right at the edge, it actually is quite scary. For a second, I thought ‘what am I doing?’, but once you get going down, and you…

JL Beers Will Begin Serving Breakfast

Local burger joint & home of The Humpty Dumpty Burger, is breaking out breakfast.

FARGO, ND — JL Beers in Downtown Fargo is now serving breakfast. Local burger joint & home of The Humpty Dumpty Burger, is breaking out breakfast. JL Beers Downtown Fargo will be open to make your mornings better, from 8am-11am, beginning on Humpty Day Wednesday, August 15th. They will also offer fresh squeezed Orange Juice, Pour Over Coffee or try a Brewmosa….

Viewers Concerned 18 Story High Rise in Downtown Fargo Could Block Prairie Public’s TV Signal

People voiced their concerns about the project at a town hall meeting

FARGO, N.D. — Prairie Public has been broadcasting from downtown Fargo since 1985, but a proposed 18–story high rise threatens to block the station’s signal. “As soon as I heard about this possibility and I told my kid, she jumped up and said ‘we have to do something about this, I want to go to the meeting,’ and she’s 12, so…