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HoneyTrek Goes Viral Highlighting North Dakota Gems: Part 2

HONEYTREK COUPLE MIKE & ANNE HOWARD TRAVELED 900 MILES THROUGHOUT NORTH DAKOTA

  Part two of our interview with Mike and Anne Howard of HoneyTrek. They talk about ways to safely enjoy what North Dakota has to offer while socially distancing during the pandemic. They also tell us about a couple unique camping spots in the state. Mike and Anne Howard are travel writers under the name HoneyTrek. They’ve been married eight…

Two People Killed in Motorcycle-Car Crash In North Fargo

Henry Kulor is charged with two counts of criminal vehicular homicide

FARGO, N.D. — Two people are dead after a crash in north Fargo late Saturday night. Police say 22-year-old Henry Kulor was traveling south on 14th Street North when he ran a stop sign and struck a motorcycle. After striking the motorcycle, Kulor’s vehicle struck a utility pole before coming to a stop. The driver of the motorcycle, 22-year-old Pierce…

Cass County Sheriff’s Office Employee On Administrative Leave

A Facebook post many have found offensive

FARGO, N.D. — Cass County Sheriff Jesse Jahner says an employee has been placed on administrative leave over a Facebook post many have found offensive. The post is by a Cass County Sheriff’s Office Non-licensed Correctional employee. It has drawn the attention of Native Lives Matter and many others. Jahner says his office does not condone the behavior or comments,…

Social Distancing: Avatars

Facebook Gives Us All Something To Do While We're Social Distancing

  I know I’m grateful for little distractions to entertain me for a few minutes when we’re supposed to be social distancing. My social media feeds were filled with little cartoon versions of my friends this weekend. Facebook launched a new avatar feature. You make a little cartoon that looks like you, or not if you want, and you can…

MSUM Faculty Hosting Public Forum On Monday Evening To Discuss Cuts With Public

The Meeting Starts At 5pm On Monday.

MOORHEAD, Minn. — MSUM Faculty Association is hosting a public forum Monday night on the recent decision to cut 11 majors and numerous staff positions. The meeting is meant to give people the chance to voice their opinions on the cuts and also for the staff to report their findings. Association President Matt Craig says they will be meeting with…

West Acres Extends Temporary Closure, Unsure of Re-Opening Date

FARGO, N.D.–Officials at West Acres have decided to extend the temporary closure of the mall again. The mall was set to open on April 30, but after extending the closure even further, mall officials say they are not prepared to set a new re-opening date. West Acres posted a release on their Facebook page explaining the extended closure. They say,…

Fargo Company Launches Billboard Egg Hunt

FARGO, ND — iDIGITAL Advertising, a local Fargo company is putting a new spin on the Easter egg hunt. It’s encouraging neighbors to support local businesses that are being negatively impacted by COVID-19 while getting out of the house all while safely social distancing. On Saturday, April 11th, and Sunday, April 12th from 12:00PM – 5:00PM each day, iDIGITAL encourages…

Prom 2020: Picture Perfect, 6 Feet Apart

Central Cass teens take prom pictures even though event isn't happening due to pandemic

CASSELTON, N.D. — Two Central Cass students didn’t let COVID-19 stop them from getting dressed up for one of high school’s most memorable nights. The junior prom was set for last night and even though it was canceled, Morgan Olson and her date Chance still put on their formal wear to take some of the traditional pictures. Six feet apart,…

ND Woman Creates Facebook Group For Solidarity Against The Coronavirus

The Page Has Over 200 Thousand Members And Continues To Grow

FARGO N.D. — People across the valley are sharing their solidarity across social media against the coronavirus. The Facebook group #a world of hearts has over 200 thousand followers and continues to grow. The creator of the page says she never thought it would get this big. “I just think it’s a really great way for people to stay connected,…

Bismarck Woman Diagnosed With COVID-19 Speaks Out After Viral Video

The 21 year old uploaded the video to Facebook to raise awareness among her peers.

BISMARCK, N.D. – Alicia Rich is a 21-year old who after being diagnosed with COVID-19 decided to make a video on Facebook that ended up going viral about how dangerous the virus can really be for some. “I’m shocked. But, I’m glad I’m getting the message out and you know, letting people know that anyone can get it. Yes, I’m…