Doctors Believe Coronavirus Will Lead Youth Towards Careers in Medicine

FARGO, N.D. – Epidemiologists think that the Coronavirus will spark an interest in many students to pursue infectious disease careers. Dr. Paul Carson of NDSU says that the need is there in the future for doctors to specialize in learning how to combat infectious disease on the front lines. There is also a great need for doctors who research infectious…

Moorhead Public Schools Plan New Format For Education As Schools Close

Superintendent Lunak Says Students And Staff Will Be Working To Create A New Format For Education As The School Remains Closed.

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Moorhead Area Public Schools Superintendent Brandon Lunak called a press conference at the Probstfield Center for Education to announce that the district would be temporarily closing its doors to students. Superintendent Lunak says students and staff will be working to create a new format for education as the school remains closed. “The decision to close schools is…

No K-12 School Starting Monday for 5 Days In North Dakota

Gov. Doug Burgum Following The Lead of Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz In Shutting Down Schools For The Time Being

BISMARCK, N.D. — Governor Doug Burgum announces the closing of North Dakota’s schools, public and nonpublic, for one week, beginning Monday. The governor and Superintendent Kirsten Baesler explained the reasons for the shutdown Sunday night. The decision will be revisited Friday. The order does mot apply to daycare facilities. Some of the reasons for the school closings: —The Centers for…

NDSU Students Recreate History Of 1787 Constitutional Convention

The group debated how to create the legislature, voting rights and taxation.

FARGO, N.D. — NDSU students packed into the Memorial Union for Recreating the Constitutional Convention of 1787. “A key part of what a university should be doing is freeing the students to have those debates and discussions in a simulated setting to take on the roles of the founders gives them an opportunity to do just that,” NDSU Program Director…

Sanford Celebrates Chinese New Year

Panda Express this year raised over 26 thousand dollars to help sick and injured kids at Sanford's Childrens

FARGO, N.D. — Sanford Children’s Hospital is celebrating the Chinese New Year with festive items and a large some of cash donated by some restaurants in the Fargo area. Panda Express this year raised over 26 thousand dollars to help sick and injured kids at Sanford’s Childrens. The pair held a celebration ceremony at Cully’s Cabin inside the hospital. A…

Class Of Students And Staff Raise Cash With Donkeyball Game

The Event Helped Teach Kids About How To Manage An Event

HUNTER, N.D. — With the sound of the buzzer, and a jump ball. Begins the wackiest game of charity basketball in the valley. We asked other learners at our school to come do it and parents coming as well we have our educators playing as well some have fun costumes they can put on to play, Northern Cass School Student,…

Elementary School Helps Kids Shop For Holiday Presents

This is the 13th year the school has put on the sale

FARGO, N.D. — Kids at a Fargo elementary school are getting into the holiday spirit by doing some special shopping. Students at Clara Barton Elementary school, with the help of Santa’s elves, got to pick out special holiday gifts for their families. Every item purchased costs the kids only 1 dollar and all the cash raised is put back into…

Emerging Prairie Opens North Dakota’s First Coding School

The academy hopes to graduate up to 60 students in 2020.

FARGO, N.D.–Emerging Prairie is opening North Dakota’s first immersive Full Stack Engineering Academy in Downtown Fargo in April 2020. The academy’s goal is to empower workers within the region to learn industry-relevant skills to succeed at new tech careers. Each course will last five months and include 12-20 students. No prior computer programming experience is required to take the course….

West Fargo Packers Hockey Team’s Pancake Fundraiser

The group also set up a silent auction table with proceeds going back to the team for equipment and any other needs.

WEST FARGO, N.D. — Scrambled eggs, hot sausages and fresh pancakes all for raising money. It’s all a part of The West Fargo Packers Boys Hockey Pancake fundraiser. The team and community members packed into the West Fargo VFW asking for free will donations for any hungry faces that wanted to give. The group also set up a silent auction…