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Winter Wonderland Christmas Expo Encourages Small Business

The Expo Also Hosted A Toy Drive For People To Give To Children In Need.

  FARGO, N.D. — Local businesses, festive decorations and people donating towards a good cause. It’s all a part of the Winter Wonderland Christmas Expo in Moorhead. The expo is a way to encourage people to buy their gifts locally this holiday season. Vendors set up across the Courtney’s Event Center to make their pitch to buyers. The expo also…

#RunToRaise hosts its 8th annual event for Breast Cancer

Any member of the club can hop on the pink treadmill and add miles to the cause.

It’s Breast Cancer Awareness month and Family Wellness hosted their 8th annual #RunToRaise event to honor those who have been affected by Breast Cancer. For every mile that someone runs on the designated pinked out treadmill, Family Wellness donates 5 dollars to the Edith Sanford Breast Cancer Foundation. Those going through breast cancer treatment and survivors of breast cancer are…

The Chili Feed raises almost $70,000

Their original goal was 50,000.

FARGO, N.D. – Roers and Keller Williams hosts its 10th annual Chili feed for United Way of Cass Clay. Lunch-goers were able to sample 50 different chili styles, desserts and they voted for their favorite chili during the competition. “Ten years ago, we started as crack–pots in the break-room kitchen at Roers and KW and we decided to continue to…

“The Power Of Community” United Way Celebrates Kick Off Event

United Way of Cass Clay is showcasing the success of local businesses giving back and having a positive impact on the community.

FARGO N.D — United Way of Cass Clay is showcasing the success of local businesses giving back and having a positive impact on the community. They held a kickoff event called “the power of community realized. It included keynote speakers that touched on the importance of giving back to the community. The event also gave people the chance to help…

Maintenance Technicians Putting Their Skills to the Test: Can They Beat the Clock?

Work can become second nature...for these guys twisting and turning is almost natural

FARGO, N.D. — Work can become second nature…for these guys twisting and turning is almost natural. But what happens when they try to beat the clock? “When they did their practice rounds they were a lot quicker and not used to having everybody cheer them on,” said Jamie Hager, with the Greater Red River Apartment Association. It’s the first time…

Big Iron Brings Ag Leaders and Policy Makers Together to Discuss the Effects of the Farm Bill and Trade

Many saying there is not one order for soybeans this year giving them no destination to move their harvested crops

WEST FARGO, N.D. — The largest farm show in the upper Midwest is bringing hundreds from across the region and around the world to West Fargo. KVRR’s Jessie Cohen tells us how the farm bill and trade are affecting agricultural business and the products being harvested this fall. As they check out some of the new machinery, farmers and ranchers…

Cobbers Gather for Annual Corn Feed at Concordia College

The tradition has been happening since 1974

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Cobbers unite for a well–loved tradition that at Concordia College: the annual Corn Feed. It’s been around since 1974; students, alumni, and the Concordia community gather to eat corn—lots and lots of it. This year, 3,800 ears of corn were shucked. “Concordia’s all about tradition. The corn feed is a big tradition. Incoming Cobbers, just know, you’re going…

Golden Drive Homeless Kids Raises Awareness With BBQ

They're having their 6th annual Community Event and Bike run next month

FARGO, N.D. — Golden Drive Homeless Kids has a big event coming up, and they want to make sure you know about it so you can help the homeless while still having fun. The organization held a barbeque today to raise awareness for kids without homes. They’re having their big community event next month, which will have everything from Star Wars…

Church Dedicates “Tree of Life” Mosaic

The mosaic was put together over a six-month period

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Churches United for the Homeless presented its “Tree of Life” mosaic, which is in a center where people of any religion can go to worship. Two dozen volunteers put together the mosaic over a six month period. They put in over 300 hours of service. Pastor Joe Larson of St. Mark’s Lutheran Church designed it. The art piece…