Fargo South Students Present Multicultural Day Program to Elementary Schoolers

Students rotated through sessions to learn about different cultures

FARGO, N.D. — Immigrant students from Fargo South High School brought elementary schoolers a taste of their native cultures during Multicultural Day. Immigrants and their peer mentors in the English Learner program put on presentations about cultural holidays, clothing, and languages. Elementary students rotated through different sessions that highlighted countries from around the world. Abdi Hakim, one of the presenters, came…

National Diabetes Prevention Program Offered to People in the Metro

The year–long program encompasses healthy eating, physical activity, stress management, and other tools to create a healthier lifestyle

FARGO, ND — The National Diabetes Prevention Program is being offered at no cost to people in the metro. The year–long program encompasses healthy eating, physical activity, stress management, and other tools to create a healthier lifestyle. There has been an increase in the number of obese people in the world and the collaboration is aiming to prevent diabetes and…

New Life Center Holds Meal at the Mission

This shelter caters to men struggling with different life issues and their mission is to help people who are homeless and hurting

FARGO, ND — People struggle every day from homelessness and painful living conditions. In Fargo, one shelter is not only getting people off the streets but helping them build a new lifestyle. Whether you’re starting from a blank slate or trying to fix the past, the New Life Center offers services to help. This shelter caters to men struggling with…

Springboard for the Arts, MNSBHC, Fergus Falls Fourth Graders Making Possibilities Bloom in Minnesota

Springboard for the Arts received a grant to place a sculpture at the head of Central Lakes State Trail

FERGUS FALLS, Minn. — Nature isn’t the only thing beginning to bloom in the spring. A partnership in Fergus Falls is brimming with ideas to promote a healthier lifestyle in Minnesota. The Central Lakes State Trail in Fergus Falls is filled with endless active possibilities. But many drive by the trail, too busy to notice this diamond in the rough….

“The Biggest Loser” Trainer, Bob Harper, Recovering from Heart Attack

Heart disease is the number one killer of men and women and it can hit anyone at any time, regardless of a "healthy lifestyle"

COURTESY: Twitter @MyTrainerBobNEW YORK CITY — Bob Harper, one of the beloved personal trainers of NBC’s hit show “The Biggest Loser” reported just hours ago he is recovering from a heart attack. Harper tweeted a picture of himself at the hospital with the following message: As you’ve heard, I had a heart attack 2 weeks ago. I’m on the mend…