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Prairie Roots Co-op Celebrates Season’s Harvest

Produce for $1 ended at 8 p.m.

FARGO, ND — Prairie Roots Co-op is celebrating their local farmers and the recent harvest from this season by selling produce for $1. They partnered up with local farmers who had left over produce from the season. Staff at the co-op say this is a chance to thank their customers and the farmers for all they do, not a chance…

Santa Claus is Already In Fargo!

Scheels hosted the famous man in red for kids and families to take a holiday photo with this season

FARGO, ND — Santa Claus is coming to town…and he’s early. Scheels hosted the famous man in red for kids and families to take a holiday photo with this season. Each family or group receives the first photo free, with other opportunities to purchase packages. Scheels has already started to prepare for the holiday season and staff say they have…

Minnesota Deer Hunters Register Nearly 70,000 Deer

The total harvest last year was about 173,000

  MINNESOTA — Minnesota hunters registered about the same number of deer during the first two days of the season as last year. The DNR says of the nearly 71,00 deer registered, 57 percent were bucks compared with 67 percent during the first weekend of the hunt last year. The agency predicts about 200,000 deer will be taken during this…

City of Fargo Prepping for First Snowfall of the Season

Staff at Fargo Public Works are checking the equipment and getting it prepared for the first snow of the season

FARGO, ND —¬†With the possibility of snow falling in the Metro, it also means a higher chance of danger on the roads. After a summer of warm days and beautiful sunshine, it is time to embrace a true North Dakota winter. “Early fall snow storms can catch anybody off guard,” said Mark Williams, who is with Fargo Public Works. Williams…

Don’t Veer for Deer: Minnesota Deputy, Responding to Emergency at 100 MPH, Hits Deer

He had his lights and sirens on when the deer popped out of the ditch

ISANTI COUNTY, Minn. — Deer hunting season is almost upon us and that means more encounters with deer on the roads. The season started early for one sheriff’s deputy in Isanti County when he struck a deer while responding to a call over the weekend. He had his lights and sirens on when the deer popped out of the ditch….

Time is Running Out on Fargo’s Great Rides Bike Sharing System

The 100 bikes and 11 stations will be removed and placed into storage until next spring

  FARGO, ND — You still have time to get in one last “Great Rides” bike ride for the season. The bike share system will end its third season in operation on November 5th as daylight saving time ends. The 100 bikes and 11 stations will be removed and placed into storage until next spring. The non-profit, seasonally-operated bike share…

October Harvest Moon Rare Sight to See

The harvest moon, which is also known as the blood moon, dying grass moon and travel moon is the full moon closest to the beginning of the fall season

  NATIONAL — You may have seen it hovering in the night sky. It’s the harvest moon. The harvest moon, which is also known as the blood moon, dying grass moon and travel moon is the full moon closest to the beginning of the fall season. NASA officials say seeing a harvest moon is October is rare, since it usually…

The Fargo Park District Needs Evergreen Tree Donation

The trees will be put up the week before Thanksgiving and displayed through the holiday season

  FARGO, ND — The Fargo Park District is in need of a few good trees. They are looking for someone to donate evergreen trees to be displayed at the Depot downtown and at Santa’s Village at Rheault Farm. The trees will be put up the week before Thanksgiving and displayed through the holiday season. The trees should be a…

Fall Golf Passes Still Available to Many Fargo Courses

There are also Par 3 Fall passes still available, which give you access to the nine hole golf courses

  FARGO, ND — If you haven’t purchased passes yet for the 2017 Fall golf season, there is still time to get on the green. Passes for Edgewood, Rose Creek, Osgood, Prairiewood and El Zagal golf courses are still available and are valid beginning today through the end of the 2017 golf season. There are also Par 3 Fall passes…

Dakota Farmers Slammed by Worsening Drought Conditions

Experts told us some producers will feel the effects of this dry season for many years

LEONARD, ND — Farmers and ranchers in North Dakota are concerned about extreme drought conditions creeping into the eastern side of the state. Some Ag experts said we haven’t had drought conditions this bad since 2006. Last year’s harvest held an abundant yield for many North Dakota farmers. But with drought conditions and little rain, the same can’t be said…