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Board of Trustees Tours Jeremiah Program Housing Facility

The two-story building will be home to 20 families which were recommended by social services to take part in the Jeremiah Program

FARGO, ND — The Jeremiah Program prepares single mothers to excel in a career and helps their children to succeed in school. National and local Board of Trustee members toured its campus in Fargo, which opens in January. The two-story building will be home to 20 families which were recommended by social services to take part in the Jeremiah Program….

Governor Burgum, First Lady Kathryn Honor Michael Kaspari and the Run for Recovery

The Run for Recovery is about more than addiction awareness

FARGO, ND — Governor Doug Burgum and North Dakota’s First Lady are joining hundreds of runners in Fargo. The Run for Recovery is about more than addiction awareness. They’re remembering the life of a local leader. KVRR’s Nick Broadway joins us from Lindenwood Park with more. NICK BROADWAY, REPORTING: I’m near the main shelter at Lindenwood Park where hundreds of…

Senator Heitkamp Announces Re-Election Bid for 2018

Heitkamp made the announcement early this morning on her brother Joel Heitkamp's radio show

FARGO, ND — Senator Heidi Heitkamp is officially seeking re-election to the U.S. Senate. Heitkamp made the announcement early this morning on her brother Joel Heitkamp’s radio show. Sen. Heidi Heiktamp has already spent nearly five years in the U.S. Senate and she wants to continue to serve the people of North Dakota. She is preparing to jump head first…

UND Volleyball Seeking Revenge against Green Bay

The Fighting Hawks are 13-1 on the year

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — The University of North Dakota volleyball team is tearing through its non-conference schedule. The Fighting Hawks are 13-1, with the most wins in Division-I, but their schedule hasn’t exactly been back-breaking for the most part. This weekend, they face a pair of tough tests, with Cal Poly and Green Bay. “Green bay, they’re good,” UND head…

UND Prepares for Tough South Dakota QB

Chris Streveler passed for four touchdowns and rushed for 96 yards against the Fighting Hawks in 2016

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — As North Dakota prepares for a rematch from last year against No. 23 South Dakota, they are focusing on Coyotes’ quarterback Chris Streveler. In UND’s thirlling 47-44 double-overtime win, Streveler passed for four touchdowns and also rushed for 96 yards. His running ability makes him a dual threat that challenges any defense. “He’s a real concern,”…

Drekker Brewery Expanding, Building New Facility

The brewery is set to open in August and will have several spaces for private and community events as well as an area for food trucks

FARGO, ND — Drekker Brewery is building a destination brewery and taproom in Unicorn Park. The building where the brewery will be located was previously a storage space that was used in the 1970’s. Drekker said they chose the location for the soul of the building and that it’s always been the company’s dream to use it as their own….

Herberger’s Kicks Off the Goodwill Sale

You will receive three coupons per item donated for up to 30% off of apparel, shoes, handbags, ladies accessories and 15% off of cosmetics, fragrances and home items

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Herberger’s is kicking off their fall Goodwill Sale at all locations including Moorhead Center Mall. The sale gives shoppers a chance to donate unused items while receiving special savings coupons on purchases at the store. Customers can drop off any items for donation including clothing and household items. You will receive three coupons per item donated for…

Fargo Police Arrest Alleged Robber Armed with a Big Stick

He got into a fight with the clerk before fleeing the store

FARGO, ND — A man with a big stick was arrested for trying to rob a convenience store early Monday. Fargo police say Lucas Kulberg was armed with the stick when he demanded cigarettes at Simonson Station Store on Main Avenue. He got into a fight with the clerk before fleeing the store. On Tuesday night, patrol officers spotted Kulberg…

Despite Drought Conditions, Small Grain Harvest Wrapping Up in North Dakota

Barley is 96 percent harvested, near last year's pace of 98 percent

  NORTH DAKOTA — The small grain harvest is wrapping up across much of North Dakota. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s weekly crop report says the spring wheat harvest is 94 percent complete. That’s on pace with last year but ahead of the five-year average of 84 percent. Barley is 96 percent harvested, near last year’s pace of 98 percent….

Pheasant Numbers Drop to Near Record Levels

A similar survey in South Dakota shows a 45 percent drop

  NORTH DAKOTA — Pheasant numbers in the Dakotas are down to some of the lowest levels on record. Biologists say the drop is blamed largely on the worst drought to hit the states in decades. North Dakota’s roadside pheasant survey conducted in late July and August shows the number of birds is down 61 percent from last year. A…