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LIVE: Nome Schoolhouse Almost Ready To Open

It's Taken Two And A Half Years To Renovate A Once-Abandoned 1916 Schoolhouse

  Opening Day is quickly approaching for a major renovation project designed to turn a small North Dakota town into a destination. Teresa Perleberg & Chris Armbrust have been working for more than two years renovating the once-abandoned Nome Schoolhouse building originally built in 1916. They’re already hosting arts events and have a bar open once a week. Eventually the…

Nome, ND – Town of the Week 3-30-21

Nome with only 56 people had one of the largest vote totals of the year.  In addition to Town of the Week you can check out the story we did on the Nome School in 2019 Categories: Town Of The Week Tags: barnes county, Enderlin, nome

LIVE: Celebrating Phase One Of 104-Year-Old Schoolhouse Renovation

Celebration For Nome Schoolhouse Gym Set For This Weekend

  A years-long project is revitalizing a once-abandoned building and turning a small Barnes County town into an arts destination. And this week, the women behind it are celebrating. They’ve been renovating the 104-year-old schoolhouse in Nome, North Dakota for nearly two years. Now, they’re ready to celebrate finishing phase one of the project, the school’s gym. Their grand opening…

LIVE: Hop To The Fiber Arts Festival This Weekend

Learn About How To Make And Use Fiber Products, Meet The Animals, And An Update On The Nome Schoolhouse Renovation

You can find out where your knitted, quilted and crochet goodies come from, and how to make them yourself at the weekend’s Fiber Arts Festival. This year’s event is Saturday and Sunday at the Red River Valley Fairgrounds. You can meet plenty of the adorable animals that supply material for yarn, like sheep and even rabbits. We met the adorable…

LIVE: Help Make Nome, ND A Destination Town

Plus, help this cute little lamb

  Two women we profiled earlier this year on KVRR Local News are asking for your help this morning. They’re trying to renovate a 100-plus year old schoolhouse and help revitalize a tiny North Dakota Town. Chris Armbrust and Teresa Perleberg join Adam Ladwig on the morning show. They brought an adorable month-old bottle lamb with them. The pair bought…

Kickstarter Launched To Help Renovate 103-Year-Old Schoolhouse

Nome, ND Schoolhouse Being Converted Into Multiple Businesses

  NOME, N.D. –Two women we profiled earlier this year on KVRR Local News are asking for your help this morning. They’re trying to renovate a 100-plus year old schoolhouse and help revitalize a tiny North Dakota Town. Chris Armbrust and Teresa Perleberg bought the schoolhouse in Nome, North Dakota last year. They’re planning to turn to formerly abandoned Barnes…

Nome Is Where The Heart Is: Schoolhouse Rebirth

Two Friends Turning Dilapidated ND Schoolhouse Into Destination

NOME, N.D. – Time has a funny way of working. It can crumble buildings. But time can also stand still, preserving memories for generations. In a small town about an hour southwest from Fargo, there’s an effort to reverse the damage time has caused while bringing the memories it preserved into the light for a new audience. Drive into the…

Craig Cobb Sells Nome Property, Takes Back Reward Offer

Authorities said the fire was arson but have not made any arrests

NOME, ND — White supremacist Craig Cobb said he has sold his property in Nome, North Dakota back to its original owner. Cobb said he is also taking back the reward offered for information on the fire that destroyed the church earlier this year. Authorities said the fire was arson but have not made any arrests. Cobb is serving four…

UPDATE: Deputy State Fire Marshal Confirms Nome Church Fire was Intentionally Set

Investigators say they came to the conclusion after it was determined the building did not have electricity and no source of heating

Courtesy: Mary Peterson, Nome  NOME, N.D. — The deputy state fire marshal said the blaze that destroyed a church in Nome, North Dakota was intentionally set. He said the fire started near the southeast walk-in door of the locked and unoccupied church and was intentionally set with an unknown open flame device. Investigators said they came to the conclusion after…

Craig Cobb Wants Hate Crime Charges Filed in Church Fire

He is calling the act of his church burning down "terroristic"

NOME, N.D. — A church recently bought by self–proclaimed white supremacist Craig Cobb has burned to the ground in Nome, North Dakota. The Attorney General’s Office says there isn’t any new information to release but Cobb says he knows the fire was set intentionally. “I was going to turn it over to the creativity movement with a stipulation that that…