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Great Plains Food Bank Helps Families in Valley City With Mobile Food Pantry

The last time they were in Valley City, they served just over 200 families.

VALLEY CITY, N.D.- The organization has been driving to different locations across the state and distributing food to make sure families know where their next meal is coming from. “There are so many people that are in need that can’t get ahead unless they have the resources that they need immediately to fill their needs, so that’s what I’m aiming…

Moorhead Residents Asking City To Allow Backyard Chickens To Save Money Eggs

The Price Of Eggs Have Been Sky-rocking As Fox Business Says The Cost Of A Dozen Have Peaked Over 3 Dollars Nationwide During The COVID-19 Outbreak.

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Min Zhang of Moorhead says she got an idea on how to save money after seeing higher prices on some food. “So, we did some research and found out that backyard chickens provide high quality protein or you have the flexibility to feel like you’re under control over this pandemic,” Zhang said. The price of eggs have…

Church Offers Easter Egg Drive-Thru For Families

Lane Says It's Important For The Church To Bring Some Easter Cheer For Families In The Community.

BARNESVILLE, Minn. — Out in the parking lot of St. John’s Lutheran Church in Barnesville, church members are wearing masks and handing out bags. “Normally when we spread them out they are gone in 5 minutes but this is a little different,” Leader Of Evangelism Board Kay Lane said. Inside the 150 paper bags rustling together in the wind are…

Dakota Boys & Girls Ranch Give Out Easter Baskets To Families In The F-M Area

The store had to close its doors on March 18 due to COVID-19.

FARGO, N.D. –  The thrift stores were left with an Easter overstock and decided to make prepackaged baskets. Some of the things in the baskets are: dye kits, empty Easter eggs, Easter decor, chalks and toys. The baskets are $5 and all the money goes to the ranch. “We thought this was a way we could marry both of them…

L.E Berger Hosts Pancake Fundraiser

The school took freewill donations from any of the hungry kids and parents who wanted to chow down.

WEST FARGO, N.D. — Pancakes, bacon and eggs it’s the food being dished up at the West Fargo VFW to raise money for the L.E Berger PTA. The school took freewill donations from any of the hungry kids and parents who wanted to chow down. The VFW cooked and covered all the costs for the food at the fundraiser. Even…

30th Annual Easter “Eggstravaganza” at Yunker Farm Draws Over A Thousand Kids

Gathering eggs was the biggest highlight

FARGO, N.D. — They call it the eggs–strodionary Easter Eggstravaganza, and it’s been at Yunker Farm for three decades now. Kids and adults alike at Yunker Farm were feeling the Easter spirit. Last Easter, kids were digging through snow to find eggs. Luckily this year, the weather was just right… maybe a little too nice for the Easter bunny. “It is…

West Fargo Park District Encourages Kids to Celebrate Easter Early

Annual Easter Egg Hunt invites kids to dig up eggs, meet the Easter Bunny, and win prizes

WEST FARGO, N.D. — Easter may not be until Sunday, but that isn’t stopping kids from getting into the holiday spirit early. Several kids hunted for Easter eggs in exchange for prizes at the West Fargo Park District’s annual Easter Egg hunt. Kids also had the chance to take pictures with the Easter Bunny and pet baby chicks. Representatives from the…

Dead Mayflies Pile Up in Welch, Minnesota

The swarm only lasts about 24 hours before the insects die

1/3 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/3 Show Caption Hide Caption 3/3 Show Caption Hide Caption WELCH, Minn. — Mayfly season has produced an unusual sight in Welch, Minnesota. Mounds of dead mayflies resembling piles of mulch littered the lock and dam on the Mississippi River. Every summer, millions of mayflies lay their eggs on the river in Minnesota and Wisconsin,…

Fargo Commissioners Cleaning the Coop of Vague Backyard Chicken Laws

Clucking soon to a neighborhood near you...

FARGO, N.D. — A national movement to grow your own food is ruffling feathers in the FM area. Fargo city commissioners have passed a new ordinance on backyard chickens. Some health officials said the rules were too vague before. “People want to know where the food is coming from,” said Kim Lipetzky, a Fargo public health nutritionist. Urban farmers can have…