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Fargo Church Becomes Caroling Caravan For Seniors Stuck At Home

The drive-thru service only lasted a handful of minutes but what most important Pastor Dan says is making sure those watching from the windows that they care.

FARGO , N.D. — A caravan of carolers in their cars circled up around the Edgewood Vista Senior Living Facility in Fargo. Living Waters Pastor Dan Dorfeld says the little rain isn’t going to stop this mobile congregation from belting some sound. “The weather is going to knock it down a little bit but whoever shows up I think it’s…

Fargo Public Middle Schools to Host Virtual Dance Party for FM Metro

Community members are invited to join the students by dancing and moving along to the songs.

FARGO, N.D.–The Fargo-Moorhead metro is encouraged to participate in a school dance party at 10 a.m. on Friday. Students from Ben Franklin, Carl Ben Eielson and Discovery Middle Schools have partnered with local radio station Y-94 to host a virtual Dance Party. At 10 a.m. three songs, The Church Clap, Cupid Shuffle and the Cha Cha Slide, will play on…

Elementary School Students Are Honoring Veterans Day with Patriotic Songs

More than 50 people came to the activities room to enjoy the performance

MOORHEAD, Minn. — 2nd and 3rd graders from Park Christian School are singing patriotic songs to veterans at Eventide in Moorhead. From God Bless America to the National Anthem and other unique tribute songs, their tunes filled the room. More than 50 people came to the activities room to enjoy the performance. One 2nd grade teacher says it touches her…

Third Graders Perform at One Million Cups

They sang about subjects they learned throughout the school year

FARGO, N.D. —┬áThird graders from Clara Barton Elementary got to show off what they’ve learned this school year by singing songs for the community. The songs covered a variety of subjects, from literacy to geography to social studies. Kids in Cheryl Bombenger’s class researched each of the topics they sang about as they learned them throughout the school year. The…

Artist Touring All 50 States in 50 Weeks Stops in Moorhead and is Coming Back to the Valley

He has dropped numerous songs and just released a book called Relapse: A Love Story

MOORHEAD, Minn. — An American singer, songwriter, poet and author is living out his dream by touring 50 states in 52 weeks with his wife who is now in remission. Robert Hunter stopped at Junkyard Brewing in Moorhead last night and says if it wasn’t for his wife, who was battling with an aggressive form of cancer, he never would…

Some Big Names Coming to Bluestem Amphitheater This Summer

The nights of listening to music in the nice weather is closer than you may think

  FARGO, ND — The nights of listening to music in the nice weather is closer than you may think. Jade Presents is excited to announce their shows at Bluestem Amphitheater for the upcoming season. They will kick off the summer with Billy Currington on June 10th, then Nathaniel Rateliff on August 7th, Jason Mraz on August 29th and they…

McKinley Elementary Students Sing for Local Veterans

It's a Veterans Day tradition the school has carried out for years

FARGO, ND — More than 160 students from kindergarten to 5th grade sang for our local veterans. The nearly hour-long performance at McKinley Elementary paid tribute to veterans across the country. About 30 veterans sat in as honored guests along with least 100 parents and family members. This Veterans Day Program is a school tradition which goes back at least…

Local Second Graders Experience the “Cultural Kaleidoscope”

More than 2,000 students crammed the auditorium for lessons on Ukrainian music and language

FARGO, ND — Second graders sat in on a cultural concert as they learn about the area’s European background. More than 2,000 students crammed the auditorium for lessons on Ukrainian music and language. The “Cultural Kaleidoscope” is set up to give a better understanding of their traditions. Students got a chance to join the musicians and play along to some…

Fargo Blues Festival is Back in Town

The weekend is filled with performances by 12 blues bands from different parts of the country

FARGO, ND — The Fargo Blues Festival is back for its two day extravaganza at Newman Outdoor Field. The weekend is filled with performances by 12 blues bands from different parts of the country. BBQ ribs, cheese curds, clothing, and hair beading are just a few of the vendors that will be there all weekend. The organizers say more than…