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Plains Art Museum Brings Back Free Noon Holiday Concerts

The free event is celebrating its 21st year.

FARGO, N.D. – The three week event brings in local musicians including students and established artists to play from noon to one from Monday to Thursday. There will also be meals available for purchase. The museum hopes through this event more people check out all it has to offer. “Oh, I think it’s great to like I said, get people…

Student Leaders Leaving ‘No Space For Hunger’ at Fill the Dome

The dome is filled with hundreds of thousands of pounds of food and household essentials.

FARGO, N.D. – If you were at the Fargodome just two weeks ago, the inside is probably pretty unrecognizable now. Instead of a football field, it’s filled with hundreds of thousands of pounds of food and household essentials for the Fill the Dome event. There’s one reason for all of that food : A promise the Metro Area Student Ambassadors…

L.E Berger Hosts Pancake Fundraiser

The school took freewill donations from any of the hungry kids and parents who wanted to chow down.

WEST FARGO, N.D. — Pancakes, bacon and eggs it’s the food being dished up at the West Fargo VFW to raise money for the L.E Berger PTA. The school took freewill donations from any of the hungry kids and parents who wanted to chow down. The VFW cooked and covered all the costs for the food at the fundraiser. Even…

Former Students Reach Settlement with Theater Company

The theater company faced lawsuits by 16 former students.

MINNEAPOLIS–Nine remaining lawsuits filed by former students who say they were abused by employees of the Children’s Theatre Company in Minneapolis decades ago have reached settlements. Attorney Jeff Anderson plans to announce the settlements at a news conference Friday. The theater company faced lawsuits by 16 former students who say they were abused by former employees in the 1970s and…

Fargo Trust Officers host assembly at Davies High School

They spoke about mental health, positivity and social media.

FARGO, N.D.-  The assembly featured musicians and speakers including North Dakota First Lady Kathryn Burgum who spoke about her struggles when she was in high school. Everyone involved wants teens to know that they have people who they can reach out to. They also spoke about how social media influences kids to be someone they’re not to fit in and…

NDSU President Dean Bresciani takes on the role of student for a day

Their goal is to create a better relationship between students and the university.

FARGO, N.D.- It originated from a concept being done in schools in the U.S. called Shadow a Student Challenge. All week 35 administrators, faculty and staff are being paired up with students for a day. They were strategically chosen to participate from a wide range of fields of study. This morning, it was President Dean Bresciani’s turn to step into the…

Serve With the Herd: NDSU Celebrates Homecoming By Giving Back

More than 100 students volunteered at local organizations

FARGO, N.D. — Homecoming week is all about celebrating the pride you have for your school. But at NDSU, students are showing off their Bison spirit by doing something nice for someone else while also changing their point of view. “Being able to go and give that relief back to others and kind of see what’s around you rather than…

19 Students Charged in St. Cloud Tech Fight

The Stearns County Attorney's Office charged 18 male students and one female student-ages 14 to 17.

ST. CLOUD, Minn.–Prosecutors have charged 19 students in a large-scale fight at St. Cloud Tech High School last week. The Stearns County Attorney’s Office charged 18 male students and one female student–ages 14 to 17–with crimes ranging from third-degree rioting to aiding and abetting in an assault. One student was charged with possessing a dangerous weapon on school property and…

Moorhead High School Makes Its Case For Referendum

It would help rebuild the school from the ground up with projects like creating new classrooms and improve accessibility for disabled students.

MOORHEAD, Minn. — The 110 million dollar referendum is up for a vote on November 5th. It would help rebuild the school from the ground up with projects like creating new classrooms and improve accessibility for disabled students. With the lack of space in classrooms like Social Study Teacher Tina Bentz’s are left in some murky conditions to teach. “I…

Eagles Elementary Wraps Up Walk-a-thon Reward For Students

The school is putting on a big reward for their kids who made it all possible.

FARGO, N.D. — Fargo’s Eagles Elementary is wrapping up its Walk–A–Thon raising more than 20 thousand dollars for the school’s P.T.A. The school is putting on a big reward for their kids who made it all possible. Students got to colorfully tape up a pair of staff members who volunteered to be part of the fun. All the money raised…