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Red River Market Reopens, New COVID-19 Guidelines In Place

The market starts at 10:00 and runs until 2 every Saturday.

FARGO, N.D. — Live music, fresh food and plenty of faces covered in masks, packed into the Red River Market. But if you’re making a stop in you will notice some differences this season. There is no seating, people are asked to wear masks and limit their time spent at the market. Vendors we spoke to say they are glad…

Profile By Sanford Offers Healthy Food Tips For 4th Of July

Some ideas include having leftover just the way they are, or tossing them into a fresh salad to help cool off after a nice day at the lake.

FARGO, N.D. — Fourth of July meal is normally some potato salad, hot dogs and ice cold pop but health experts say you can always add a little more color to your plate. “I always recommend something fresh, so keep your fresh vegetables or vegetable trays around, bring some fresh fruit or some fresh fruit trays around.” She says just…

NDSU Students Bond Over Hot Dogs, S’mores And Rockets

The group is part of the university's rocket club called "Project P," where they focus on 3D printing

FARGO, N.D.-  The students start by designing a rocket, researching the aerodynamics and then printing it out using a 3D printer. The club focuses on teaching the students about 3D printing and how to apply to it in the workforce. “It’s a very interesting technology, it’s fun to use. You can have great events where everyone can just come together…

Get Your RedHawks Fan Some Swag this Christmas

The Cold Doesn't Stop RedHawk Fans From Supporting Their Team

FARGO, ND — It may be too cold to go out and enjoy a baseball game, but that didn’t stop many RedHawks fans from supporting their team. The RedHawks team store had a one day only Christmas sale, with everything in the store 30% off. Fans were also able to buy home opener tickets as well as be treated to…

Numbers Behind the Fourth of July Spending

Wallet Hub states the Fourth of July is the number one beer-drinking holiday of the year

  NATIONAL — When it comes to celebrating Independence Day, Americans are going all out. According to wallethub.com, people will spend more than $800 million on fireworks this year and nearly 30 percent will buy more patriotic merchandise. At least 65 percent polled said they are attending a picnic, spending more than $7 billion on food and eating more than…