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The Science of Ice

Factors of making the perfect ice for hockey

The winter gives us a variety of sports to choose from, but hockey is native to the Northland – and ice, that’s the most important part of the good ol’ hockey game. First things first, temperature. “We turn the temperature down basically as far as we can get it because we’re putting multiple loads on and that’s what we call…

West Fargo Celebrates the Opening of New Sports Arena

The doors are open and the ice is ready for some shredding

WEST FARGO, ND — More than a year ago, construction began on the new West Fargo Sports Arena. Now, teams are finally getting their skates on the ice. The doors are open and the ice is ready for some shredding. “As a whole, I think it’s a beautiful place and it’s going to be a nice place to watch hockey,”…

LIVE: Road Conditions

KVRR's Jackie Kelly Talks About Road Conditions in Fargo

  KVRR’s Jackie Kelly talks about road conditions in Fargo after Thursday’s snowy weather. Categories: Morning – Features, Morning – In The Community Tags: ice, road conditions, weather

Experiments with KVRR Meteorologist Scott Sincoff: Ballooning Dry Ice

Fun and Easy Science Experiments

This week, Meteorologist Scott Sincoff worked with Ben Franklin Middle School Earth Science Teacher Barry Olson to experiment with the sublimation of dry ice. What you need for the experiment: Dry Ice Spoon Towel Hammer Gloves Balloon Ruler How you conduct the experiment: We’re going to be demonstrating sublimation of dry ice (CO2).  We are going to use a balloon…

Competitive Curling with HOPE Inc.

Families showed support and cheered the players on at the F–M Curling Club in Fargo as they focused on pushing their stones across the ice.

FARGO, ND — HOPE Inc. is giving kids and adults a chance to get competitive on the ice. Families showed support and cheered the players on at the F-M Curling Club in Fargo as they focused on pushing their stones across the ice. The night is offered to anyone with mobility challenges, even those who are not in a wheelchair….

Experiments with KVRR Meteorologist Scott Sincoff: Dry Ice in Motion

Fun, Easy, Kid-Friendly Science Experiments

This week, Meteorologist Scott Sincoff worked with Ben Franklin Middle School Earth Science Teacher, Barry Olson, to display dry ice in motion. What you need for the experiment: Dry Ice Gloves Towel to put Dry Ice On Hammer to break up dry ice Spoon How to do the experiment: We’re going to take a look at using some dry ice…

Experiments with KVRR Meteorologist Scott Sincoff: Ice Cube Rope

Fun, Easy, Kid-Friendly Science Experiments

This week, Meteorologist Scott Sincoff conducted the science experiment, Ice Cube Rope. What you need for the experiment: Glass Chilled water Foot-long piece of string Kosher salt Ice Cubes How you conduct the experiment: First you need a glass full to the brim with water. Then, you stick some ice cubes into the water so that it just nearly overflows…

HOPE Inc Hurricane Player Selected to Attend the USA Sled Select Team

Boser plays for the HOPE Inc. Hurricanes and has been playing sled hockey for the past ten years

FARGO, ND — It’s a once in a lifetime opportunity for one local sled hockey player from North Dakota. In fact, he’s the first North Dakotan selected to attend the USA Sled Select Team, where many Paralympic athletes get their starting off point from. Fifteen-year-old Grant Boser will be traveling to Buffalo, New York and train with some of the best…

Two Accused in Ice Auger Attack in Wells County Due in Court

Lail and Neurohr are due in court May 10th

WELLS COUNTY, ND — Two people accused of attacking a Wells County man with an ice auger are due in court. Alexander Lail and Deanna Neurohr are charged with criminal conspiracy and conspiracy to commit aggravated assault. Prosecutors say they attacked Jason Thomas with an ice auger and injured his leg. Thomas died a few days later of heart complications….

Two Men On ATV’s Rescued After Going Through Ice

Height of Land Lake in Becker County, Minnesota

Two men were sent to the hospital in Detroit Lakes after going through the ice on Height of Land Lake in Becker County. The sheriff says 77-year-old Norman Bradow of Fergus Falls and 82-year-old Jerome Genz of Detroit Lakes were treated and released. The men were returning to shore around 6 p.m. after fishing when their ATV’s broke through the…