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Metro Area to Celebrate Earth Week Through April 27

Events will be held in Fargo, West Fargo, Moorhead and Dilworth

FARGO, N.D. — City officials from Fargo, West Fargo, Moorhead and Dilworth encourage everyone to celebrate Earth Day by getting involved in eco-friendly activities all week. Each city will have green events going on through April 27. Some of them include poster contests, a waste transformation at the art exhibit and incorporating eco-friendly activities into the elementary schools. A MinnKota spokeswoman…

Thousands Flock to Downtown Fargo for Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade

The 22nd annual parade included several floats and appearances by Fargo Police and Fire Departments

FARGO, N.D. — With bagpipes flaring, children scrambling for candy, and vast displays of green, orange, and white around town, the Fargo–Moorhead St. Patrick’s Day Parade gives people a chance to celebrate Irish heritage. “I’m enjoying it, the weather is beautiful and the crowd is tremendous, I’m loving it. We just moved here just a few months ago from Thief River…

The Biz: KFC’s New Gravy Cocktails, McDonald’s Going Green, More Money in Your Pocket and the DOW Hits 26,000

These aren't just any kind of cocktail

NATIONAL — KFC may be the home of finger lickin’ good chicken but now they’re hoping to serve you up some lip-smackin’ cocktails. The fast-food company is launching a new cocktail menu and while the drinks won’t be sold in stores, the recipes will be available for you to make on your own. These aren’t just any kind of cocktail….

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…

Fargo City Commission Approves Downtown Master Plan

Fargo's Downtown Infocus blueprint has been designed to provide recommendations for the next 100 years

FARGO, ND — The Fargo City Commission has approved the downtown master plan, which means change is in store. “Downtown is great already and so this is really just about taking it to that next level,” said Nicole Crutchfield, a planning administrator with the City of Fargo. Fargo’s Downtown Infocus blueprint has been designed to provide recommendations for the next…

NDSU Prepares for Homecoming with Events to Begin Thursday

On Friday, President Dean Bresciani will give his university address

FARGO, ND — NDSU Bison, old and new, will be rocking yellow and green all weekend long as they celebrate Homecoming. The events kick off Thursday, when the university elects its Homecoming King and Queen. On Friday, President Dean Bresciani will give his university address. That will be followed up with the Homecoming Parade that runs through downtown Fargo, starting…

Fall Golf Passes Still Available to Many Fargo Courses

There are also Par 3 Fall passes still available, which give you access to the nine hole golf courses

  FARGO, ND — If you haven’t purchased passes yet for the 2017 Fall golf season, there is still time to get on the green. Passes for Edgewood, Rose Creek, Osgood, Prairiewood and El Zagal golf courses are still available and are valid beginning today through the end of the 2017 golf season. There are also Par 3 Fall passes…

Livestock Deaths Linked to Blue Green Algae in North Dakota

It has been found in Stanley Pond in Mountrail County and the Harvey Reservoir in Wells County

NORTH DAKOTA — North Dakota’s Health Department is warning about the presence of blue-green algae in some waters around the state. The algae can produce toxins that can sicken and even kill both people and animals. There have already been reports of livestock deaths linked to the algae. It has been found in Stanley Pond in Mountrail County and the…

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…

The Red River Zoo Celebrates Earth Day

A party was held at the red river zoo with all Earth Day activities

FARGO, N.D. — Hundreds celebrate Earth Day with animals from around the planet at a zoo party. The Red River Zoo hosted Party for the Planet.  Their goal was to bring awareness to the zoo’s conservation efforts with do it yourself ecology projects and other environment friendly lessons. Several activities were set up for kids to learn how they can…