Children of Hope Childcare Holds Grand Opening

The owners say they want to give kids a place to learn while still having fun

FARGO, N.D. — Children of Hope Childcare celebrated their grand opening by officially cutting the ribbon with the Chamber. The owners say the daycare is different because it has wide open spaces for kids to play. They want to give children a place to learn while still having fun. Babies, toddlers, and older kids all have their own sections, and there’s…

Horace’s First Streets Alive is Getting Kids Active and Engaged with Local Law Enforcement

At Horace's first ever Streets Alive, kids got the chance to learn new safety tips about bike riding and play some games with the officers

HORACE, N.D. — Law officers in Horace are engaging with kids and families in the community to remind them that cops aren’t that scary, they’re the good guys. The city has been working hard to bring different events to the area each month that get all different people from the city involved. At Horace’s first ever Streets Alive, kids got…

Instrument Zoo Gives Kids a Look Into the World of Instruments

Everyone who is involved in the sorority is either in the marching band, wind symphony or the U–band

FARGO, N.D. — Tau Beta Sigma Sorority at NDSU and Girl Scouts Dakota Horizons are teaming up to teach kids about new instruments. The instrument zoo gave kids a chance to play new things like a trumpet, learn how to properly march in a band, and how to make some instruments of their own. Everyone who is involved in the…

Sneak Peak of Bright Sky Apartments for the Homeless

People who have never had a place to call home will finally have a bed to rest their heads and a key to their own place

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Over the last five years, Churches United has been building an apartment complex for people who are classified as having experienced long term homelessness and have a disability. KVRR’s Jessie Cohen got a sneak peak of the apartments that will have their first residents moving into them next week. “Circumstances in their lives lead them to be…

Community Celebrates Blizzard Bash at Scheels Arena

Blizzard Bash is a free event open to the public hosted by the West Fargo and Fargo Park Districts

FARGO, ND — School is out for Martin Luther King Day and kids got to spend the afternoon playing with friends and families at Scheels Arena. Blizzard Bash is a free event open to the public hosted by the West Fargo and Fargo Park Districts. They offered a screening of “Despicable Me 3” on the ice, an open skate, inflatables…

Fargo Public Library Announces Stage Production of “The Wizard of Oz”

it will premiere March 27 at Stage at Island Park

FARGO, N.D. — The Fargo Public Library is putting on its first ever play in March. They’re putting together a production of the Wizard of Oz and began rehearsals this evening. The library chose to do the Wizard of Oz because it’s a book and movie many kids and their parents are familiar with. They also say it gives kids ages…

GoFundMe Set Up for NDSCS Student Found Dead on Campus

The cause of death is still unknown, but foul play is not suspected

WAHPETON, ND — NDSCS has identified the student found dead in his dorm room Monday night. He is 18-year-old Nathan Gossett of Enderlin. The first-year student was enrolled in the Auto Body Repair & Refinishing program. The cause of death is still unknown, but foul play is not suspected. Students and faculty are grieving the loss of the young man….

Death Investigation Underway in Grand Forks

Investigators haven't said how she died, but they say foul play is not suspected

  GRAND FORKS, ND — Grand Forks police are investigating the death of a woman found along a sidewalk in the city. Authorities say 75-year-old Bisnu Kami of Grand Forks was found dead about 5 a.m. Sunday in the 700 block of 25th Street South. Investigators haven’t said how she died, but they say foul play is not suspected. Police…

Family of Savanna Greywind Joining the Search for Missing Fort Berthold Woman

She was last seen on the evening of October 24 leaving a restaurant in New Town

1/3 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/3 Show Caption Hide Caption 3/3 Show Caption Hide Caption NEW TOWN, ND — Savanna Greywind’s parents joined the search over the weekend for a missing woman from Fort Berthold, North Dakota. Joe Greywind and Norberta LaFontaine-Greywind say they know how difficult it is for the family of Olivia Lone Bear. She was last seen…

New Bicycle Playground Opens in Madison Park

The bicycle playground was created to provide a safe and positive environment for children to enjoy

FARGO, ND — The Fargo Park District has teamed up with Legacy Children’s Foundation and Scheel’s to open the new bicycle playground at Madison Park. A ribbon cutting ceremony is celebrating the change and growth that is happening in the Madison Park community. The playground is a place for bicycle riders to show off their skills. There’s also a public…