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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…

Yearly Event Focuses on Replanting Trees Along Red River

It also teaches students the importance of taking care of the environment

FARGO-MOORHEAD – Students were among the volunteers who took the day off to give back to nature. They are planting thousands of trees and shrubs alongside the Red River to help sustain the river bank, build it up and help the water quality. “We love to have students out here actively engaged, getting dirty, planting the trees, so they’re learning…

16 St. Cloud Tech Students Suspended Following Large Fight

Police say around 20 officers responded to the initial call around noon Wednesday.

ST. CLOUD, Minn.–Sixteen students at St. Cloud Tech High School have been suspended following a large-scale fight that led to a lockdown. Police say around 20 officers responded to the initial call around noon Wednesday. Police Chief Blair Anderson says several large fights erupted simultaneously. Several students suffered minor injuries. It wasn’t immediately clear what led to the melee. Assistant…

BBB Gives Tips on Managing Students’ Online Reputations

Social media can have big impact on students down the line

Social media can have a big impact on students when it comes time to apply to college or for a job. The Better Business Bureau has some tips. They say it’s a good idea for kids to consider what a future employer can find on their social media accounts before making a post. Making them private is also encouraged, though…

Signs Kids are Overwhelmed With Back-to-School Stress

The stress may be too much if it interferes with day-to-day functioning

Going back to school can mean a lot of stress for students, whether that’s worrying about fitting in or doing well in class. Experts say transitioning from summer to the school year is often a total 180 for kids. “You kind of go from not a lot of expectations to all of a sudden having every hour your day planned…

“I’m Moving Out” NDSU Students Are Saying Goodbye to Parents And Hello College At Move-In Day

FARGO N.D-It’s moving time. “It’s our unofficial kickoff to the fall so although the calendar says it’s summer, it’s where the small semester starts,” Said Director of Resident Life Rian Nostrum. With hundreds of new kids trying to navigate their big day, a lot of planning goes into it. “So we literally take streets, and we make them one way…

Sen. Tina Smith Creates Rural Economic Working Group

the goal of the group is to take innovative ideas from small communities and incorporate them to ones who need more help throughout the U.S.

EAST GRAND FORKS, Minn. — Taking innovative ideas from rural communities in Minnesota and incorporating them at the federal level. Senator Tina Smith says that’s what can really help some change places across the country need. She announced she is starting a bipartisan Senate “Rural Economic Working Group.” And she’s doing it alongside Republican South Dakota Senator Mike Rounds. “Our…

United Way Holds School Supply Drive Distribution Event

The organization hopes to help 6,000 students this year

FARGO, N.D. — Thousands of students get to head back to school with a new backpack and school supplies thanks to United Way. The organization held its annual school supply drive, and families gathered at the Fargodome for the distribution event. The goal is to help 6,000 students this year. “We really want to do everything we can to try…