Three Friends Take To The Streets of Downtown Fargo Demanding Change

The friends say they left the march feeling good after having conversations with Police Officers and City Officials.

FARGO, N.D.- “Death is a part of life, but being taken in another man’s hands…When he told him I couldn’t breathe, it hurt different,” says Johnson John, a protester.  Kiir Mabor, Papee Paye and Johnson John are among those in the crowd, fighting for a cause they say is bigger than themselves.  “Many people don’t think we have a voice, but…

Experts Discuss Ways To Make Quarantining With Your Family Less Stressful

These unprecedented times, especially being confined at home, can make emotions and tensions run high.

FARGO, N.D.- Experts say it’s important to take this time to bond with each other, find an activity that you can do with your family or significant other. They also say it’s important to  make sure to let them know that you appreciate them by doing things around the house. “Do nice things for each other. This is the time of…

Six-Year-Old Girl Receives A Special Delivery On Her Birthday

Cora woke up to a dozen donuts at her doorstep.

MOORHEAD, Minn.- Because of people quarantining and social distancing, Cora Kloeckner wasn’t able to have a birthday party surrounded by friends and family. Her parents knew of her love for Sandy’s Donuts and wanted to do something special for her. Cora woke up to a dozen donuts at her doorstep. She says she was surprised when she opened the door…

Fargo-Moorhead Gay Men’s Chorus Hosts Spring Kickoff

The group of singers caught up together for a potluck and some practice

FARGO, N.D. — The Fargo-Moorhead Gay Men’s Chorus hosted its 2020 spring kickoff. The group of singers caught up for the first time since their holiday concert with a potluck and some practice. The group went over plans for future concerts coming up this year, as well as, taking the time to allow more members to join their crew. The…

Mr. Grinch Takes A Trip To Visit Fargo Pet Store

During the photo shoot, cash was raised for Minn-Kota Paaws to help people in need

FARGO, N.D. — Puppies, kittens, and families got to meet a very famous mean one who made a trip to Fargo. Mr.Grinch took a trip to the Natural Pet Center to meet people and raise some money for a good cause. Not only could you meet the man in green, you could get a Christmas picture with him too. Although…

Family And Friends Host A Benefit For Woman Battling ALS

Cindy says feels very grateful to have the support of her friends and family.

FARGO, N.D – Cindy Mason was diagnosed with the disease a year and a half ago when she noticed symptoms in her arm. Her family and friends decided to step in and organize a benefit to help with the costs of remodeling her home to make it more accessible. They had a silent auction, a bake sale and a lunch…

Veteran Takes Virtual Honor Flight To D.C.

"When I go through personal struggles of my own, I just think about Ole and how he perseveres, and his spirit is just wonderful."

DETROIT LAKES, MINN — U.S. Navy Veteran Daryle Olson or as everyone calls him, “Ole” served from 1956 to 1960. When his number was called to join the Honor Flight, there was some excitement. “When we first found out he was chosen to go on the flight, we were excited and looking forward to it,” Ole’s wife Darlene Olson said….

Bison Basketball Team Honors Landon Solberg At Light It Up For Landon

"His story will continue forever and he's just indescribable. You cannot describe him with how nice he was."

    FARGO N.D. — Fans and players packed into the Scheels Center lighting up the court with their Landon’s Light Gear for Landon Solberg. His kindness and good deeds extend well beyond the valley. “I was friends with Landon and he was on my 4th grade football team and we talked a lot at basketball tournament,” Landon’s Friend Braden…

Five Women Take Reunion Trip to Fargo to Celebrate 50 Years of Friendship

They've done a reunion every year for the past five years

FARGO, N.D. –Five women who call themselves the “1972 Sistas” truly embody what it means to be lifelong friends. The ladies graduated from Mankato State College in 1972. “One bedroom, three sets of bunk beds, so that’s where the humor really developed,” Alice Foster said. They haven’t seen each other until five years ago. Now, they do a reunion in…