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‘You just can’t see’ Blizzard warning continues for Red River Valley

Blizzard 12/23/2020 (NDHP)FARGO (KVRR) – High winds and snow are causing plenty of travel difficulties throughout eastern North Dakota and northwestern Minnesota. The North Dakota Highway Patrol says I-94 is mostly clear in the Mapleton area, but visibility is near zero.  “You just can’t see” according to Capt. Bryan Niewind, who says if you don’t need to travel, stay home….

Organizations host parade in honor of Veterans Day

The parade started between 4th and 5th streets and ended at the Fargo Civic Center.

FARGO, N.D.- COVID-19 did not stop the Fargo-Moorhead area from celebrating Veterans Day and thanking those who served. Veteran organizations in the metro take part in a parade in downtown Fargo that included masks and was limited to 25 percent capacity. The ceremony usually takes place at the Civic Center was cancelled. “It wouldn’t work out very well with the…

First Time Marcher Joins Community In Demanding Justice For Vanessa Guillen

She says Vanessa's story inspired her to take to the streets

FARGO-MOORHEAD – “How can this be happening to our soldiers?” That’s the question Martha Castañon asked herself after learning about Vanessa Guillen’s story and the thousand of others that came soon after on social media. “It doesn’t matter if you’re white, Black, Brown, Asian, Native American. These are our soldiers that are going into the service and they should be…

A Mobile Dining Experience Makes It’s Way To The F-M Area

The dining experience launched last week and already has five reservations.

FARGO-MOORHEAD – COVID-19 has forced many businesses to tap into their creative side in order to stay afloat during these unprecedented times. “Find new ways to do business, new ways to connect with people and it’s all about creating beautiful spaces for people to connect,” says Carrie Brusven, the owner of Gathered Boutique Rentals & Events. That is how the…

Organization Wants To Start Alternative Baseball In FM Metro

The organization is looking for volunteers, coaches and players to be apart of the team.

GEORGIA — Alternative Baseball is a program based in Georgia that started in 2016. Founder Taylor Duncan says he was denied opportunities to play the sport he loved due to misconceptions about having Autism. So, Duncan created a space free of judgement for teens and adults to play baseball as well as gain physical and social skills. The organization is…

New Neighbors introduced to ‘North Dakota Nice’ after Winter Storm

More than a foot of snow has fallen on the FM metro with this latest storm, and it's left snow plow crews across the area with a huge mess. For residents in West Fargo, that mess is bringing them closer together.

WEST FARGO, N.D. – With plows stuck in the snow, cars buried and streets not expected to fully open until Tuesday, this major winter blizzard has to be the worst way to end the decade. “We probably haven’t had one of these in like 15 years” said Fargo Mayor Tim Mahoney. “This has been the worst blizzard we have ever…

The Salvation Army Provides Christmas Meals To Families In The F-M Community

A veteran who received the Christmas Food Box shares his struggles.

FARGO, N.D.- “I wouldn’t be standing here if people didn’t take the time to help me, be there and that was 90 percent of it. And they said, one day, you’ll pass this on. You may not get anyone sober, but you may help somebody else,” says P.J, who is receiving a Christmas food box. P.J is a Veteran who…

Some People Are Experiencing Damage From Ice Dams In Their Homes

Experts tell us how to avoid damage and what are some of the misconceptions

FARGO, N.D.– Close to ¾ of the homes in the Fargo-Moorhead area are affected every year during the winter season due to ice dams. Professionals have already been receiving calls non-stop since the first snowfall. “We really don’t get calls until January. Mostly calls come in on January, February, but this year, I’ve already been taking calls for about two…

AT&T Donates To Great Plains Food Bank Basket Drive

Some of the things purchased include soap, paper towels and other household items.

FARGO, N.D. — AT&T is dialing into helping those in need for the holiday season.The phone company is donating 5 thousand dollars to help pay for supplies for  local school pantries. The money goes to a great effort by the Great Plains Food Bank. Some of the things purchased include soap, paper towels and other household items. The supplies benefit…