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The Golf Season Comes To An End

One Course Remains Open in Moorhead But Only Through Sunday

MOORHEAD, MN — It had to happen sooner or later. The Meadows public golf course in Moorhead is now closed for the season. The Village Green public golf course will close at the end of the day on Sunday. All Fargo golf courses are already closed for the season. Categories: Local News, Minnesota News, North Dakota News Tags: FARGO, gold, moorhead,…

Bands Go For The Gold At “Raging Red Band Festival”

Two-Day Event Held At NDSU

FARGO, N.D. — Thirty bands from around the region are going for the gold at NDSU. It’s the sixth annual Raging Red Band Festival at the Reineke Fine Arts Center at NDSU. Bands are performing in the hopes of receiving a gold, silver or bronze trophy. The festival provides an opportunity for sixth through twelfth grade musicians to perform for…

Senator Hoeven Honors Team USA Women’s Hockey On U.S. Senate Floor

Heaps Praise On North Dakota's Own Lamoureux Twins

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Senator John Hoeven took to the floor of the U.S. Senate to honor Team USA Women’s Hockey and their gold winning performance over Canada in Pyeongchange. “North Dakota is proud to be represented among the talented members of this team by two athletes, the Lamoureux twins, Jocelyne and Monique,” said Hoeven. “These sisters are natives of Grand…

Local Grocery Store Celebrates The Vikings With…Purple and Gold Potatoes?

the potatoes are available at Fargo's Prairie Roots Food Co-Op

  FARGO, N.D. — All the diehard Vikings fans out there can now celebrate their favorite team with, get this, purple and gold potatoes. Bjorn Solberg is a huge Vikings fan and after last Sunday’s win, he called up his boss at Hugh’s Gardens Organic Food Supply to start getting the potatoes out to people. They get their color from…

Frisco is Feeling Like Fargo…Only in Texas

No green and gold inside Toyota Stadium quite yet, you won't see that for a few more days, but if you go just about anywhere in the city, you will see plenty of it

FRISCO, TX — We continue our coverage of the NDSU football team’s road to the national championship game in Frisco, Texas. Many of the Bison Faithful have already made their way down to Texas. No green and gold inside Toyota Stadium quite yet, you won’t see that for a few more days, but if you go just about anywhere in…

Moorhead High School Carolers Help Rob with Weather at the Red Kettles

Two more gold coins were found in the kettles on Wednesday at NDSU and Family Fare on University Drive in Fargo

FARGO, ND — More gold coins have been found in the red kettles. Two, one-tenth ounce gold coins were donated over the weekend and are worth around $240. Two more gold coins were found in the kettles on Wednesday at NDSU and Family Fare on University Drive in Fargo. That brings this season’s total to five. TJ and Alison didn’t…

NDSU Fandom on Full Display at the Spring Football Game

Fans are excited to see their team play during the intrasquad scrimmage

FARGO, N.D. — Bison football is back in action at the Fargodome for their first Spring Game. The Fargodome was covered in green and gold as Bison fans poured in for the 2017 Spring Game.  After a long winter without football, fans say it’s great to see their boys back on the field. “I’m just excited to see how the…

Salvation Army Beats Red Kettle Goal of $900,000

The Salvation Army thanked the FM area for helping beat their Red Kettle goal

You helped the Salvation Army reach its annual Red Kettle fundraising goal in the metro. They raised $904,678, beating the goal of $900,000. Majors Elaine and Byron Medlock say they plan on retiring in May of 2018. They say a goal of raising $1 million next winter would be a great way to go out with a bang. “It’s been a…