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The F-M community discusses goals for the new year

Many people say setting realistic goals helps, but remember not to be too hard on yourself.

FARGO, N.D.- “New year, new me” seems to be the phrase that goes around every year on January 1st. “Yeah, just trying to be a bit more healthy. We’ve been spending a lot of time inside at home, so trying to just get out a bit more and do some more hiking,” Fargo’s Lindsay Boyd said. It’s the general consensus…

Tips On How To Stay Motivated To Exercise For New Year’s Resolutions

As New Year resolutions begin to fade away, experts gives us their tips on how to keep encouraging yourself to exercise.

FARGO, N.D.- They are recommending to set smart, attainable goals, and  to share them with others so you are kept accountable. They also say to start slow, work your way up, and to ask an expert for help to create a plan. Experts say most people tend to give up exercising, because they expect to see results right away. When…

F-M Community Talks New Year Resolutions

The first day of the year is often when people try to better themselves with new year's resolutions.

  FARGO, N.D.- Some may want to quit smoking or drinking. Others want to lose some weight, have a healthier diet or exercise more. We luckily got to speak to a few people about goals they have for the new year. “To get married – Best guy I ever had he deserves it, he’s a hard working man,” says Crystal…

F-M Metro Makes Some New Year’s Resolutions

They range from one simple action to everyday goals

FARGO, N.D. — After reflecting on 2018, many are looking forward to change in 2019. Much of that is through creating New Year’s resolutions. Some say they’ll be focusing on their health while others say they want to work on being more kind all those around them in 2019. To make sure they complete their goals for the New Year,…

Moorhead Public Schools Announces Goals of 2019-2020 Academic Year

The district is focusing on everything from the growth issue to mental health

MOORHEAD, Minn. — It may be the middle of the year for students everywhere but Moorhead Public Schools are already planning ahead for the 2019-2020 academic year. KVRR’s Danielle Church has tells us some of the goals the district plans to tackle when the time arises. Minnesota law requires each school district to turn in their goals which is why Moorhead…

Richland 44’s Interim Superintendent has First School Board Meeting

"That to me had to be my number one goal. To get to know the students to get to visit with them, eat lunch with them every day and I've been doing that"

COLFAX, N.D. — Tim Godfrey resigned as Richland 44 Superintendent after he was put on paid administrative leave amidst a hazing scandal. Now the district has an interim superintendent and he spoke at his first school board meeting. “That to me had to be my number one goal. To get to know the students to get to visit with them,…

United Way Celebrates a Major Fundraising Goal…$6 Million!

The total exceeds its 2017 goal of $5.9 million

FARGO, N.D. — United Way of Cass–Clay celebrated a major fundraising milestone. The organization exceeded its goal of $5.9 million by raising $6 million in 2017. The mark was a five percent increase over the amount the organization raised the previous year. As many volunteers celebrated the achievement, United Way Resource Development Director Travis Christopher believes that the six million dollars…

NDSU Welcomes Incoming Freshman Class to Campus

The tassels represent the university's commitment to academics and keeping students focused on their goals throughout their time at NDSU.

FARGO, ND — It’s not every day you get a welcome from the president, but that’s what happened to the incoming freshman class at NDSU. President Dean Bresciani greeted new students to the campus and welcomed them into the community by giving out the freshman tassels. The tassels represent the university’s commitment to academics and keeping students focused on their…

Lt. Gov. Brent Sanford Talks Politics at the Holiday Inn

Everything from property taxes and education to the drought were discussed

FARGO, ND — A little lunch with a whole lot of politics. The Cass County United Republican Committee hosted their “Politics and a Plate” luncheon. It was held at the Holiday Inn to hear Lieutenant Governor Brent Sanford’s political goals for the state. Everything from property taxes and education to the drought were discussed. “What are we going to do…

North Dakota Lawmakers’ Reaction to President Trump’s Address to Congress

President Trump wrapped up his first speech in front of a joint session of congress and fellow Republican lawmakers from North Dakota say they are inspired by his speech. Kelly Wang reports from Washington

WASHINGTON D.C. — President Trump wrapped up his first speech in front of a joint session of congress. He outlined his plans on immigration, health care and the budget. Fellow Republican lawmakers from North Dakota say they are inspired by his speech. “It was so great to have a president who didn’t apologize for American exceptionalism,” said Rep. Kevin Cramer….