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Chuck E. Cheese Tokens Becoming a Problem for Massachusetts Library

The library staff says their bookkeeper counted three tokens before realizing it wasn't actual money

DANVERS, Mass. — It may be the place where a kid can be a kid, but a library in Massachusetts is not amused. The Peabody Institute Library in the city of Danvers posted on Facebook, asking library patrons to stop paying their fines with Chuck E. Cheese tokens. The library staff says their bookkeeper counted three tokens before realizing it…

St. Cloud Police Need Your Tips on the “Blowtorch Bandit”

The suspect was able to break into a Gate City Bank with a blowtorch and get away with an unknown amount of money

ST. CLOUD, Minn. — They’re calling him the “Blowtorch Bandit” and St. Cloud police are asking the public’s help in getting him behind bars. Authorities have released the surveillance photo of the suspect. The suspect was able to break into a Bremer Bank with a blowtorch and get away with an unknown amount of money. He also vandalized a Wells…

ND Tribal Colleges Contribute Nearly $200 Million to Economy

The North Dakota Association of Tribal Colleges asked for the study to learn the impact of the colleges on the state

  FARGO, ND — An NDSU study shows the state’s tribal colleges helped boost the economy in the 2016 fiscal year. The study states the five tribal colleges contributed $190 million to North Dakota’s economy. Researchers also looked at the social and economic effects of education as well as the state and local impacts of higher education spending and student…

Gavin DeGraw Cancels September 10th Show in Fargo

Due to what is being called a personal family matter, all of his tour dates in September have been canceled

  FARGO, ND — Gavin DeGraw has canceled his upcoming concert at the Fargo Theatre. Due to what is being called a personal family matter, all of his tour dates in September have been canceled. Because of the Labor Day holiday weekend, Jade Presents officials said refunds will be given starting on September 5th. They said anyone who made payments…

Pink It Forward Given Generous Donation by Power of 100

Pink It Forward received nearly $14,000 from the Power of 100 Women Who Care of the Red River Valley

FARGO, ND — An organization made up of Breast cancer survivors is on the receiving end of a generous donation. Pink It Forward received nearly $14,000 from the Power of 100 Women Who Care of the Red River Valley. The mission of Pink It Forward is to provide hope and empowerment by enriching the lives of all those affected by…

Deadwood Casino Owned by Kevin Costner Shuts Down

Midnight Star in Deadwood permanently closed its doors Tuesday, leaving about 40 full and part-time employees looking for work

1/6 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/6 Show Caption Hide Caption 3/6 Show Caption Hide Caption 4/6 Show Caption Hide Caption 5/6 Show Caption Hide Caption 6/6 Show Caption Hide Caption DEADWOOD, SD — A casino owned by actor and director Kevin Costner has shut down after operating for 26 years in South Dakota. Midnight Star in Deadwood permanently closed its…

Beware of Donating to Harvey Victim Scams

Also watch out for fraudulent charitable solicitations that prey on the goodness of people seeking to help those in need

  NATIONAL — People are being advised to watch out for scams in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. They could include unsolicited email, social media messages, crowdfunding pitches or telephone calls promoting investment pools or bonds to help storm victims. Investors are also being warned about bogus water-removal or purification technologies, electricity-generating devices and distressed real estate remediation programs. Also…

Grand Forks Police Searching for Suspect in Hammer Attack

The suspect is a white male, 6' and weighs 165 lbs

  GRAND FORKS, ND — Grand Forks Police are looking for a man who robbed a man and hit him in the head with a hammer. Police were called to the 1100 block of 24th Avenue South just before 11 o’clock last night. Authorities say they victim told them he was outside when an acquaintance approached him, hit him with…

Despite One-Year Contracts, Many Fargo Teachers Optimistic About School Year

Although many faculty members are not happy with the decisions outlined in the contract, they aren't letting that stop them

FARGO, ND — Kids in Fargo are getting ready for school to start on Thursday, but teachers still have time to sign their contracts. After months of failed negotiations, the Fargo School Board voted on a one–year contract and a $500 raise. Although many faculty members are not happy with the decisions outlined in the contract, they aren’t letting that…