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Diversion group Could Pay Horace $5 Million for Improvements

The Fargo-Moorhead Diversion Authority announced Wednesday that it has approved a deal with the city of Horace.

FARGO, N.D.–The group managing a Red River diversion project around the Fargo and Moorhead, Minnesota metropolitan area has signed an agreement to help a nearby city with costs for infrastructure that will be needed when the channel is built. The Fargo-Moorhead Diversion Authority announced Wednesday that it has approved a deal with the city of Horace, located southwest of Fargo,…

Casey’s General Stores Gives $20,000 to Special Olympics North Dakota

The money was raised from the month-long Round Up promotion

HORACE, N.D. — Casey’s General Stores presents a check worth more than $20,300 to Special Olympics North Dakota. The money was raised from the month–long Round Up promotion, which let customers round up their totals when checking out. It also includes proceeds from every Coco–Cola drink and pizza combo. Casey’s says the promotion was successful in part because an employee…

ND Teen Visits Washington to Talk about Living With Type 1 Diabetes

Danika Johnson is a 17–year–old from Horace who was diagnosed with Type one diabetes when she was 13

FARGO, N.D.– A local teen met with  members of Congress to talk about what it’s like to live with type one diabetes. Danika Johnson is a 17–year–old from Horace who was diagnosed with Type one diabetes when she was 13. Since then her family has faced some financial hardships when it comes to the cost of insulin, and she wants…

Road Work To Continue On 10th Street North in Fargo, Horace And Cass County To Improve County Road 17

CASS CO., ND — A road construction update: first the 10th Street North project in Fargo. Monday, crews will extend the northbound single driving lane closure and start preparing the one-way roadway of University Drive to carry head-to-head traffic for the final phase of reconstruction work. By the end of June, all work is expected to be complete. Also on Monday,…

Farm Rescue is Helping Nebraskans Impacted by Flooding

HORACE, N.D. – The non-profit Farm Rescue which is based in Horace, North Dakota is helping ranchers affected by flooding in Nebraska. Farm Rescue is collecting hay donations and looking for volunteers to bring it to flooded areas. The organization helps farmers who are suffering from sickness, injury or natural disasters. Operation Hay Lift was first started in 2017 to help…

Horace Asks the Public For Input on the Future of the City

The small city has been seeing continued growth over the last few years.

HORACE, N.D. — The city of Horace holds a public meeting to build a comprehensive plan for the future. That growth is expected to continue with groundbreaking on two new schools in the West Fargo School District. Construction is set to begin on a new middle school in the spring and a high school next year. City officials want to…

Ring in the New Year With Fireworks

You can set them off until 1 a.m. on New Year's in West Fargo

HORACE, N.D. — People in West Fargo are able to celebrate the new year with fireworks until 1 a.m. Memory Fireworks’ Horace location closed its doors at 7:00 and won’t reopen until June 27th. By law, people in North Dakota are unable to purchase fireworks until then, but Memory Fireworks does sell fireworks to out–of–state people year–round by appointment. Managers at…

High Risk Sex Offender Moves To Horace, North Dakota

David Lilley, Jr. is now living at 22 Horseshoe Bend Trailer Court

HORACE, ND — A high risk sex offender has moved to Horace. The Cass County Sheriff’s Office is notifying the public that 32-year-old David Lilley, Jr. is now living at 22 Horseshoe Bend Trailer Court. Lilley was convicted of gross sexual imposition for having sex with a 13-year-old girl and threatening to kill her family if they didn’t get married. Categories:…

Army Corps 2019 Work Plan Includes Another $35 Million For Fargo-Moorhead Flood Protection

The funding will cover work on the inlet structure south of Horace, the control structure on the Wild Rice River as well as additional design work

FARGO, ND — More federal money is going into flood protection for Fargo-Moorhead. Senators Hoeven and Heitkamp announced that $35 million is included for flood protection construction in the Army Corps 2019 work plan. Hoeven says the “funding comes at a critical time and will help ensure the project’s procurement process and construction can move forward”. The funding will cover work…

Farmers Speak Out Against Rep. Kevin Cramer and His Comments on Trade War

North Dakota Ag Commissioner candidate Jim Dotzenrod were among the speakers

HORACE, N.D. — While Congressman Cramer discussed the status of U.S. trade in North Dakota, farmers from across North Dakota spoke out against his comments on the trade war. North Dakota Agriculture Commissioner candidate Jim Dotzenrod and several growers spoke at a forum hosted by the North Dakota Democratic–NPL Party. The producers called out Cramer for saying that they should have…