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Dozens Of Families Come Out For 4th Of July Celebration At Bonanzaville

The festivities include horse-drawn carriage rides, food trucks, live historic demonstrations and snow cones.

WEST FARGO, N.D. — COVID-19 did not stop families from continuing the tradition of attending the fourth of July celebration at Bonanzaville. The festivities include horse-drawn carriage rides, food trucks, live historic demonstrations and snow cones. “We’ve had a nice crowd today. I think they’re enjoying it. It was a little warm and humid to start with, but I think…

“Mane Attraction” Lifts Spirits, Brings Smiles To Long-Term Care In Greenbush

A certified nursing assistant brought her horse to work

Delores Walsh gets a special visitor in Greenbush. 1/1 Show Caption Hide Caption GREENBUSH, Minn. — People are finding creative ways to bring smiles to those stuck inside during quarantine. Jordan Meier, a certified nursing assistant at LifeCare Greenbush Manor, brought her horse to work. Jordan took the horse from window to window for a safe visit with the residents….

Horse Found Dead On Property Under Investigation Along I-29

Owner Tells authorities He Was responsible For The Animal's Death

ARGUSVILLE, N.D. – A horse is found dead one day after authorities stopped at a property along I-29 to investigate its welfare. Cass County Sheriff’s Office released the following statement about the investigation: After an investigation into the welfare of a horse along I-29 prompted by public concerns, Cass County authorities, with the assistance of the Animal Health Division of…

West Fargo Brings Live Ice Sculpting To The POW-MIA Plaza

Community members were able to watch the whole process live.

WEST FARGO, N.D. — West Fargo Events partnered with Trevor Pierson. He’s a professional Ice Sculptor from the Twin Cities and created three different sculptures for the city’s main square. Pierson designed a horse, a bull, and an eagle. Two of which represent the school mascots of Sheyenne and West Fargo High School. “I think these events are really good…

Woman Trampled By Horse In Trailer At NDSU Equine Center Dies

The incident happened just before noon on Tuesday

FARGO, N.D. — A woman who was trampled by a horse in a trailer at NDSU Equine Center has died of her injuries. That is according to WPS Transport out of Canada. In a Facebook post, the company says Kim Elliot of Alberta was loading a horse when “it kicked out and got spooked and panicked hurting her further as…

Fargo Woman Who Died After Being Dragged By a Horse is Identified

Deputies responded to the 38000 block of Beaver Dam Road near Star Lake around 11:00 Friday morning.

OTTER TAIL COUNTY, MN –  Bertha Wood, 47 years old, of Fargo was identified as the woman dragged by a horse and killed  in Otter Tail County. Deputies responded to the 38000 block of Beaver Dam Road near Star Lake around 11:00 last Friday morning. The sheriff’s office says Wood was pronounced dead at the scene. Authorities say it appears…

McKenzie County Horse Tests Positive For EHV-1

In the last few months, cases have been identified in several U.S. states and Canadian provinces

MCKENZIE, ND — A horse in North Dakota has confirmed positive for the neurologic disease associated with equine herpes virus 1, or EHV-1. The horse is receiving veterinary care in McKenzie County. In the last few months, cases have been identified in several U.S. states and Canadian provinces. North Dakota Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring says owners should take care when…

Horse Shows at the Red River Valley Fair

Some riders will be competing for the first time

WEST FARGO, N.D. — If you want to see horses this weekend, head over to the Red River Valley Fair. The Alpha Equus English Riders Club is having horse shows, and some of the riders are competing for the first time. Organizers say horseback riding can be for people of all ages. A few dozen horses are involved with the dressage…

People Travel to Jamestown for an Adventure Back in Time to Relive History

It's important because everybody is too busy with their lives and you need to have that break every now and again

JAMESTOWN, N.D. — From constant texts to notifications on social media, it isn’t easy to separate yourself from the world in today’s society. KVRR’s Jessie Cohen tells us how people from all over the country are starting an adventure in Jamestown that will not only help them disconnect, but educate them on history. “It’s important because everybody is too busy…