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Press, Shoot, Score! A Hidden Gem that is Helping You Relive Your Childhood

Most players have a childhood connection to the silver ball, or memories of a signature pinball wiggle

FARGO, N.D. — Whether you like movies, arcade games, or a night out with the family, this spot in Fargo could be your new favorite place. The unique sport is drawing so many players in. Looking from the outside, the colors and lights are unseen, but behind these walls lies a hidden gem. “There’s 30 different pinball machines here so…

Free Pick-Up Lacrosse Offered in Hopes of Expanding the Sport

they provided all the equipment

MOORHEAD, Minn. —¬†People interested in playing lacrosse tried it out for free at Moorhead High School’s Fieldhouse. The Red River Valley Lacrosse Association provides all the equipment. Their goal is to get more teams into high schools around the metro. In Fargo-Moorhead, there has been a club team for more than five years, holding many junior varsity and varsity awards….

More Female Hunters Applying for Licenses in Minnesota

Reports show about 70,000 of Minnesota's 550,000 hunters are women, up from the 55,000 female hunters in 2010

  MINNESOTA — Minnesota DNR officials say despite the declining overall number of hunters, more women are taking on the sport. Reports show about 70,000 of Minnesota’s 550,000 hunters are women, up from the 55,000 female hunters in 2010. Linda Bylander with the DNR says this is largely because more and more women want to use wild game meat as…

Fargo Park District Unveils New Pickleball Complex

Pickleball was invented near Seattle in the 1960s

FARGO, N.D. — Fargo Park District has unveiled a new six court pickleball complex. The new outdoor venue is located in Brunsdale Park in South Fargo and was made possible through a donation by the Brunsdale family. Pickleball is a racquet sport that uses large wooden paddles and a whiffle ball and is played on a miniature size tennis court….

Local Golf Clubs Open for the Season

Hawley Golf & Country Club opened up for the season and golfers were there first thing in the morning

HAWLEY, Minn.¬†— Golf clubs are out and swings are in full force. The weather was just right for Hawley Golf & Country Club to open back up for business. A “balmy” 56 degrees and a little bit of sunshine is all golfers need to get back on the course. “It feels good. You can’t beat this kind of weather,” said…

MSUM Men’s and Women’s Basketball Going to NCAA Tournament

MSUM's men's and women's basketball teams are heading to the NCAA tournament

MOORHEAD, Minn. — It’s a great time to be an MSUM basketball fan. Both Men’s and Women’s basketball teams have made it to the Division 2 NCAA basketball tournament. This is the first time the women’s team is playing in the tournament since the 2008-09 season. The Dragons earned the No. 3 seed in the Central Region and the women’s…

Diamond in the Ruff Organized the First-Ever Curling for Critters Event

Beginner and Expert curlers participated in a tournament to raise funds for animals in need

FARGO, N.D. — With snow and ice melting outside, you can still enjoy it indoors with the sport of curling. Diamond in the Ruff hosted their first “Curling for Critters,” a day for experts and beginners to take on the winter sport. Twelve teams joined together for the day long tournament. All proceeds will benefit the Diamond in The Ruff…