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NDSU Homecoming Parade Cancelled

The parade was scheduled for Friday, October 11, but has been cancelled due to the weather.

FARGO, N.D.–The North Dakota State University Homecoming parade has been cancelled. The parade was scheduled for Friday, October 11, but has been cancelled due to the weather. Parade float entry and late fees will be refunded. The Homecoming carnival scheduled for Friday at Churchill Field has been moved indoors to the Memorial Union Great Plains Ballroom. Categories: Community, North Dakota…

People Celebrate City of West Fargo at West Fest

People lined the streets for the parade

WEST FARGO, N.D. — West Fest is a chance for people to celebrate the city of West Fargo. “We love coming here every year, it’s a great community event, we love to see all the businesses and organizations that West Fargo has and it’s fun to bring the kids out,” Elaine Doerfler said. “It’s fun to see the kids enjoy…

Section of 20th Street South In Moorhead Will Be Closed Friday Evening

The Greater Moorhead Days Parade will cause detours

MOORHEAD, Minn. — The Greater Moorhead Days Parade will cause detours for traffic on Friday. 20th Street South will be closed between 8th and 28th avenues. Drivers will notice a significant amount of pedestrian traffic starting around 5:30 and the road will close just before 6 p.m. and remain closed until around 7:30. The I-94 and 20 Street South interchange…

St. Patrick’s Day Parade Back On, Route Expands to Moorhead

FARGO, N.D. – The St. Patrick’s Day parade will roll on with a route expanding to Moorhead. Fargo Mayor Tim Mahoney says the city is partnering with the Downtown Community Partnership and former parade organizers to continue the tradition. The parade committee decided to cancel the event last month. It said it could no longer afford insurance and cited a lack…

Annual Holiday Lights Parade Dazzles Fargo-Moorhead

Many people come back year after year

FARGO, N.D. — The annual Holiday Lights Parade is back, and there’s no shortage of floats decked out in holiday splendor. Many people at the parade have been coming year after year. Some even camp out hours beforehand to get a good spot. “We like to be front and center,” Ayla Hovland said. The lights are, of course, the highlight. “The…

Sen. Heitkamp, Rep. Cramer React: Brett Kavanaugh’s Confirmation and Senate Race Moving Forward

Cramer is ahead in the polls 50-42

RUTLAND, N.D. — It was a celebration for all things Scandinavian and a touch of politics, as Sen. Heitkamp and Congressman Cramer continue their campaigns for the senate in the 34th annual Uffda Day parade. Right now, Cramer is leading the polls 50 to 42. His supporters say they expect him to win because Heitkamp didn’t vote to confirm Kavanaugh….

Cobbers Get Their School Spirit On at Homecoming Parade

There was also a bonfire and fireworks show earlier in the week

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Cobbers decked out in maroon and gold to celebrate the well–loved tradition of Homecoming. Many school groups beared the cold to walk in the annual Homecoming parade, but many say it was worth it. It wasn’t just students embracing Cobber pride; staff and alumni also joined in on the fun. The Homecoming King and Queen even rode in…

Bison Nation Gets Ready for NDSU Homecoming Week

The downtown parade will be on Friday and the football game is on Saturday

FARGO, N.D. — Bison Nation is celebrating the biggest and busiest week all year: homecoming. NDSU begins the festivities with a barbeque and pep fest for students and faculty. Throughout the rest of the week, students will participate in a service project day, blood drive and homecoming show and coronation. It all leads up to the two biggest Homecoming events of…

The FM Pride Parade Connects People from All Walks of Life and Celebrates Love

"It doesn't matter where you come from, what you look like, who you are, who you love, who you vote for, it doesn't matter we're all human"

FARGO, N.D. — Pride celebrations have taken over the metro and the week ended with their annual parade. KVRR’s Jessie Cohen tells us what the festivities mean to many people in the community. “It doesn’t matter where you come from, what you look like, who you are, who you love, who you vote for, it doesn’t matter we’re all human,”…

Pride Volunteers Getting Ready for Week Full of Pride Events in the Metro

The Pride Flags have been raised in downtown Fargo to celebrate the start of FM Pride Week and more volunteers are needed

FARGO, N.D. — The Pride Flags have been raised in downtown Fargo to celebrate the start of FM Pride Week and more volunteers are needed. Those with the Pride Collective say having volunteers is crucial in order to continue the success of the 18th Pride Week in the metro. The week is packed full of events including a parade, dance…