North Dakota Gov. Burgum Visiting Flood-Affected Areas

Several counties have issued flood emergency declarations.

FARGO, N.D.–North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum will be visiting flood-affected areas throughout the state and meeting with residents along with Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring on Monday. Burgum and Goehring will be talking with residents about last weekend’s record-breaking early snowstorm and explain the state’s approach to dealing with floods. The meetings will take place at the Fargo City Hall, Grand…

Local Networking Group Brings Women in Business Together

20 businesses are involved with Women in Networking, and they're always looking for more members

FARGO, N.D. — A local group brings women in business together to develop leadership as well as personal and professional growth. Women in Networking (WiN) meets twice a month for lunch at Applebee’s on 45th Street. The meetings include an education section and the chance for women to share more about their businesses. The speakers today included the owner of Lindsey…

Studio Crawl Will Let People Explore Artists’ Spaces

Artists across all mediums will be opening up their studios to the public

FARGO, N.D. — If you’ve ever wanted to see how art across all mediums is made, there’s a chance this weekend. Fargo–Moorhead Visual Artists is hosting the annual Studio Crawl, where artists are opening their doors to you. You can see all sorts of art processes, including ceramics, glass, and paint. You can also chat with the artists to learn more…

Nursing Home in Twin Valley, Minn. to Close

They say staying open isn't financially viable

TWIN VALLEY, Minn. — Twin Valley Living Center, a nursing home, is set to close. There was a community meeting at Twin Valley Community Center to discuss the situation. The center was packed with people who wanted to voice their concerns. The mayor and city council were also in attendance. There has been talk of embezzlement and other misuse of money….

Trump Jr. Talks Oil Industry, Economy at N.D. Petroleum Council Meeting

He also urged people to vote in the midterm elections

FARGO, N.D. — President Trump was in town just a couple of weeks ago, and now his son is in Fargo to give a speech to the North Dakota Petroleum Council meeting. In a talk called “Unleashing America’s Economy,” Donald Trump Jr. spoke about what he considers his father’s accomplishments and why it’s so important to vote in the midterm…

FMWF Chamber of Commerce Celebrates Accomplishments Over the Past Year

State Senator Judy Lee of West Fargo was honored as this year's Legacy Leader

FARGO, N.D. — It’s more than just an annual meeting for the Chamber of Commerce; it’s also a celebration of all the organization has been able to accomplish. The meeting recognizes events, public policy, and member’s highlights from the last fiscal year. There are also awards for people who’ve put many years of service into the chamber and community. State Senator…

Fargo City Commission Discusses Preliminary Budget

Some of the highlights include flood protection and code enforcement

FARGO, N.D. — The Fargo City Commission met to go over the mayor’s preliminary budget for next year. Some of the highlights of the budget include permanent flood protection, a new water treatment plant, and code enforcement in neighborhoods. Many firefighters filled the room at today’s meeting. They were asking for a raise so their salaries would better compare with those…

WF Mayor Mattern Says Goodbye After 20 Years at His Last City Commission Meeting

He says he feels thankful for all of the growth he has been a part over the last two decades

WEST FARGO, N.D. — After 20 years with the city of West Fargo, 16 as mayor, Rich Mattern gets emotional as he says goodbye at his last city commission meeting. “Thru the years I’ve had the honor of working with some great, great staff.  *chokes up* Excuse me.” Mattern lost his re–election bid last week to Bernie Dardis. He says…

Richland 44’s Interim Superintendent has First School Board Meeting

"That to me had to be my number one goal. To get to know the students to get to visit with them, eat lunch with them every day and I've been doing that"

COLFAX, N.D. — Tim Godfrey resigned as Richland 44 Superintendent after he was put on paid administrative leave amidst a hazing scandal. Now the district has an interim superintendent and he spoke at his first school board meeting. “That to me had to be my number one goal. To get to know the students to get to visit with them,…

Nine of Thirteen Moorhead School Board Candidates Attend Forum

Voters got a chance to meet the several people running for a single one-year school board seat

MOORHEAD, Minn — Thirteen people are running for a single one-year seat on the Moorhead Public School Board. To help with the decision, voters are getting a chance to meet the candidates in person. About one year after Laurie Johnson resigned from Moorhead’s school board, voters have their choice of 13 candidates to fill the last year of her term….