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Boots and Heels is Officially Open After Soft Opening in April

The women's clothing boutique is located next door to Insomnia Cookies and Unglued in downtown Fargo.

FARGO, N.D. — Boots and Heels in downtown Fargo is officially open for business and the store owner says the first week has been successful. The women’s clothing boutique, located next door to Insomnia Cookies and Unglued, caters to women and mothers who are trying to find some new, comfortable looks. From jeans to shoes and even hand bags, the…

3rd Annual Osgood Memorial Day Veterans Appreciation Golf Event

All active, former and retired military personnel get a free day of golf to enjoy with their friends and family

FARGO, N.D. — For the third year in a row, Osgood holds its Memorial Day Veterans Appreciation Golf Event. All active, former and retired military personnel get a free day of golf to enjoy with their friends and family. Staff at Osgood says it’s a great opportunity to say thank you for their service while also giving them a day…

Instacart Comes to North Dakota: Nation’s Largest On-Demand Grocery Delivery Service

It's simple. Download the app or go to their website, shop your favorite local grocery store and for just $5.95 schedule a delivery

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Imagine Uber but for groceries…You can hop on an app or on the web and order your groceries instantaneously. Well now it’s not imaginary, it’s real and happening right here in the valley. Say goodbye to long checkout lines and carrying those heavy items out of the store. “You get a joke that I’ve never had to…

Moorhead Woman With Non-Profit and Government Experience Running For City Council

Shelly Carlson is running for the seat being vacated by Melissa Fabian

MOORHEAD, Minn. — A Moorhead woman whose career has been devoted to public service is running for Ward 2 on the Moorhead City Council. Shelly Carlson works as the Criminal Justice Systems manager with the Minnesota Elder Justice Center. She is running for the seat being vacated by Melissa Fabian. Carlson says what makes her different is that she has…

Vietnam Veterans Honored at Fargo Air Museum

A flag was dedicated as part of National Vietnam Veterans' Day

FARGO, N.D. — The Fargo Air Museum held a flag dedication ceremony for veterans of the Vietnam War. Today is the anniversary of the last U.S. service member leaving Vietnam in 1975. Veterans say they appreciate the support since they didn’t have it when they came back from the war all those years ago. “A lot of the guys got hurt…

Community Celebrates Governor George Sinner’s Life

The governor passed away on March 9 at the age of 89

FARGO, N.D. — The community came together to celebrate the life of former North Dakota Governor George Sinner. Sinner passed away on March 9 at the age of 89. “He was really imbued with justice and love. In public service, that’s a really wonderful combination,” said Tim Mathern, a state senator. “His legacy is permanent, ongoing forever, positive.” Sinner was born in…

Grocery Store Fires Robot Worker for Lack of Customer Service

Fabio was pre-programmed with directions to SKUs to be able to direct people in the store, tell jokes and interact with humans

INTERNATIONAL — While it’s true robots are taking over a lot of human jobs in the working world, it’s apparent they’ve still got some work to do when it comes to customer service. A Pepper robot named Fabio was recently given his rolling papers from a Scottish grocery store after he failed at…well…being human. Fabio was pre-programmed with directions to…

Bismarck City Officials Find $10,000 in Funding for Emergency Shelter

Now the commission is requesting a plan on how the money needs to be spent to provide the service

  BISMARCK, ND — Bismarck city officials have found some funding to take in the homeless for a short period of time. The city commission says $10,000 in funding can be used to help shelter the homeless in the community for about 20 nights. The city’s only emergency shelter for men closed on October 27 and the United Way has…

Farm Rescue Adds New Service for Farmers and Ranchers in Need

The non-profit provides free labor for farmers and ranchers

  REGIONAL — Farm Rescue has announced they are expanding their services to farmers and ranchers in need. The organization is adding livestock feeding assistance and it will be offered throughout North Dakota, Minnesota, South Dakota, Iowa, Montana and Nebraska. This will add to a list of services, such as harvesting, haying, and hauling hay and grain. The nonprofit provides…

Days After Oil Spill, Construction Approved for TransCanada’s Keystone XL Pipeline

After nine years, two presidential orders and dozens of lawsuits, the pipeline is being built. Fox News reporter, Mike Tobin, has more.

NEBRASKA — The Keystone pipeline is finally approved for construction by Nebraska regulators, but it comes just days after a devastating oil spill. After nine years, two presidential orders and dozens of lawsuits, TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline has finally cleared its last regulatory challenge with Public Service Commissioners in Nebraska voting to approve the pipeline’s route through their state. Some…