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Kindred Public Library Wants Everyone To Keep Reading

They Are Offering Curbside Pickup and Delivery Options, West Fargo Public Library To Also Offer Curbside Pickup

1/2 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/2 Show Caption Hide Caption KINDRED, N.D. — Kindred Public Library is making sure everyone still has access to good books to read during the pendemic. They are providing curbside pickup at the library and delivery in Kindred and Walcott for those who are unable to get to the library. Two Little Free Library sites…

Comfort King Mattress Factory Makes Masks For People In Need

Between The Sioux Falls And Fargo Location They Have Produced Over 1000 Masks.

FARGO, N.D. — “We realized how big of a need there was so it was hey let’s get on this i mean it’s just exploded from here,” Comfort King Manager Ben Enney said. Comfort King Mattress Factory in both Fargo and Sioux Falls have been working around the clock not only to stay in business but to make hundreds and…

2019 MN Miss Amazing Teen Jr Teaches People How To Be A Better Friend

This Is The First Time Addie Has Hosted An Online Reading Session.

MOORHEAD, Minn. — 2019 Minnesota Miss Amazing Teen Junior Addie Loerzel took to Facebook to teach people about how to be a better friend. She read “A Rainbow Of Friends” on a live-stream while asking people in comments about how they liked the book. The teen is known for her annual Addie’s Cupcake Stand that goes to benefiting the Sunshine…

Attention Tutors! You Are Needed In Minnesota

Minnesota Reading Corps and Minnesota Math Corps hope to fill 1,700 tutor positions across the state

MOORHEAD, MN — The Moorhead School District is in need of 19 literacy tutors and two math tutors according to Minnesota Reading Corps and Minnesota Math Corps. The organizations hope to fill 1,700 tutor positions across the state. There are three different levels of commitment: 35, 25 or 18 hours a week. Tutors will receive a stipend every two weeks, and…

KVRR’s TJ and Alison Read to Children for “Read for the Record” Annual Event

This year, the chosen book is Maybe Something Beautiful: How Art Transformed a Neighborhood

FARGO, N.D. — People are trying to break the record for reading the same book to as many children as possible. Alison and I had the pleasure of joining in on the fun. During the annual “Read for the Record”, the NDSU chapter of Golden Key International Honour Society invites kids and families to listen to the story at West…

You Can Now Access West Fargo Library Material Online from the Comfort of Your Home!

As a way to promote reading for people of all ages, the library is also waving late fees on most children's material

WEST FARGO, N.D. — West Fargo Public Library is bringing books, movies and other resources to the tips of your fingers online. For those eligible to take out books in West Fargo, you can now order an e–card online that gives you access to all online resources from home. You never have to go to the library! As a way…

Kids Show Off Their Pets and Stuffed Animals at Moorhead Library’s Pet Show

They got to pick a category for their pet to compete in

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Kids got to show off their pets, whether they were real or stuffed animals, at Moorhead Public Library’s annual pet show. Kids picked a category for their pet to compete in, and they ranged from most unusual or friendliest to hairiest and most colorful. In the end, everyone got a prize. Librarians say the pet show is one…

Therapy Dogs Helping Young Readers Gain Confidence in their Skills

By the end of each story, the kids are better readers than when they walked in

WEST FARGO, N.D. — When you’re young, speaking in front of a crowd or reading in a classroom can be intimidating. But KVRR’s Jessie Cohen tells us how one local dog is helping kids get over that fear and become better readers. When reading a story, the tall tales are not always about the beginning, middle or end. It’s about…

“Share a Story” Literacy Event Cultivates a Lifelong Love for Reading

Kids could take home a free book and meet PBS character Daniel Tiger

FARGO, N.D. — Many children enjoyed the sunny day by learning about the wonders of reading. The Share a Story Family Literacy Event provided an opportunity for kids to pick up a book, play some fun games, and enjoy a nice day at Rheault Farm. Some kids even had the chance to meet Daniel Tiger, the main character of Daniel Tiger’s…