f-m area

Casselton Native Returns To The F-M Area To Open Community Pharmacy

The store will be having a ribbon cutting ceremony on August 10.

FARGO, N.D. – After working in a pharmacy chain for about five years, Virgina Howe decided to open her own small business. She says she has seen South Fargo growing and added that this location would be ideal for people just moving into the neighborhood as well as people from nearby areas. Her hope is to create a sense of…

Local Church Distributes Food To Families In Need

Over a thousand families received food boxes during today's distribution

FARGO, N.D.- Almost 2,000 boxes full of fruits and vegetables from USDA farmers will be heading to the homes and into the stomachs of many families in the F-M area. “Farmers are going through a hard time. They’ve grown their produce, their product, but, because of the covid situation, many restaurants and places have had to close down, so a…

Severe Thunderstorms Rip Up Trees, Tear Off Roofs, and Knock Out Power

According to the National Weather Service, wind gusts from the thunderstorms reached up to 80 miles per hour knocking over trees and ripping off roofs.

FARGO, ND – As the region woke up, public works and power crews had a lot on their plate. According to the National Weather Service, wind gusts from the thunderstorms reached up to 80 miles per hour knocking over trees and ripping off roofs Sunday. Xcel Energy says storms in the Fargo and Grand Forks areas caused significant damage to…

“I AM Fargo-Moorhead” Training Helps Local Workers Showcase Community

The group of twenty went on a mini tour

FARGO, N.D. –Teaching others about the F–M area isn’t just geared towards tourists; locals in the metro are also benefiting from learning more about their community. The F–M Convention and Visitors Bureau held its “I AM Fargo–Moorhead” training, which gives local hospitality workers ideas for showcasing the area. The group of 20 went on a little tour, starting at the…

Some Businesses Stay Open Despite Closures Throughout F-M Area

Stores in the malls were given the option of whether they wanted to stay open or close early

Many businesses closed because of the storm, but some decided to stay open. The West Acres Mall closed early at 2 p.m., and the Moorhead Center Mall shut their doors at 5 p.m. Stores were given the option of whether or not they wanted to stay open earlier day. Some stayed open based on corporate decisions, but other local store…