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New GOP Health Care Proposal Could Mean $1 Billion Loss in North Dakota Federal Funding

The bill would shift health care money and power from Washington to states

  NORTH DAKOTA — North Dakota could lose $1 billion in federal funding for health insurance over seven years. That is the finding of a report on the new Republican bill in Congress to replace Obamacare. The bill would shift health care money and power from Washington to states. President Trump and Republican Senate leaders are trying to rally 50…

Warrant Scam Hits Grand Forks Area

If you receive such a call hang up and contact the sheriff's office

  GRAND FORKS, ND — The warrant scam has hit Grand Forks. The sheriff’s office has received several calls about people being contacted by an individual claiming to be Lt. Gary Grove. The caller claims there is a warrant out for the person’s arrest for skipping jury duty and instructs them to get a money card. The sheriff’s office says…

United Way Challenges Community to Recognize Poverty Around Us

People in the metro are getting an inside look into the struggles of poverty

FARGO, ND — Nearly half of the world’s population lives on less than $2.50 a day and more than 1.3 billion live in extreme poverty. The United Way is simulating an experience for people to understand the different ways poverty affects those around us. People in the metro are getting an inside look into the struggles of poverty. “You don’t…

Case IH Agriculture Awards Fargo Public Schools with $25,000 STEM Grant

The money goes to programs which connect young minds with industry professionals to get them thinking about their future

FARGO, ND — Middle schoolers in Fargo are getting an early step to their future career path thanks to a STEM grant. Fargo Public Schools is one of five districts in the country awarded $25,000 from Case IH Agriculture. The money goes to programs which connect young minds with industry professionals to get them thinking about their future. The STEM…

NDSU Concert Raises Thousands for Hurricane Relief Efforts

The event was free and open to the public and they simply asked for a good will donation

FARGO, ND — A Hurricane Relief Concert at NDSU raised thousands for people who need it the most. The Fargo-Moorhead Symphony Orchestra along with NDSU Performing Arts partnered to raise money for hurricane relief Sunday afternoon. The event was free and open to the public and they simply asked for a good will donation. The Red Cross tells us the…

Online Fundraiser to Honor Philando Castile Pays for Lunch Debt for St. Paul School District

The original goal of the fundraiser was $5,000, but it is now over $65,000

  ST. PAUL, Minn. — An online fundraiser at the school where Philando Castile worked is exceeding its goal by tens of thousands of dollars in order to pay off the student lunch debt in his honor. Castile was a nutrition supervisor at the J.J. Hill Montessori Magnet school in St. Paul and was well-known to students as “Mr. Phil.”…

Senator Franken Introduces New Legislation to Help Rural Communities in Minnesota

Franken said that every day the nation's farmers have our backs and he believes we need to have theirs as well.

MINNESOTA — A new package of legislation has been introduced by Senator Al Franken that supports farmers, producers and rural businesses in Minnesota. This proposed change would help them deploy more renewable energy projects and cut energy costs. Sen. Franken said that every day the nation’s farmers have our backs and he believes we need to have theirs as well….

Fargo’s Waxing the City Donating Food Truck Profits to Houston Food Bank

Creator and owner of the The Holy Hog donated all of the food ranging from brisket to pulled pork to smoked mac and cheese

FARGO, ND — Waxing the City in Fargo is giving back to the people affected by Hurricane Harvey in Houston. The business has two sister locations in Houston and staff in Fargo are hosting a Texas barbecue food truck to raise funds. Creator and owner of the The Holy Hog donated all of the food, ranging from brisket to pulled…

Bank of North Dakota Offering Low Interest Disaster Loans to Drought-Stricken Producers

The loan program is aimed at helping ranchers rebuild breeding stock and to pay for feed to sustain herd levels

  NORTH DAKOTA — The Bank of North Dakota may be making low-interest disaster loans available to ranchers dealing with drought. Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring estimates that North Dakota cattle ranchers have sold off about 100,000 animals in recent months due to drought. The loan program is aimed at helping ranchers rebuild breeding stock and to pay for feed to…

Prairie Roots Food Co-Op Celebrates Grand Opening

This week, the co-op is offering free activities including yoga, Zumba, acupuncture, massages, and cheese tasting

FARGO, ND — Prairie Roots Food Co-Op in downtown Fargo is celebrating its grand opening. They are inviting you to come out to their store and try an array of different produce and organic items from local farmers. This week, the co-op is offering free activities including yoga, Zumba, acupuncture, massages, and cheese tasting. The stores marketing coordinator says they…