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Police Give Tips for Staying Safe on Halloween Night

Drivers should be especially careful of kids running around

If you still want to head out to get those last minute treats, make sure you’re keeping safety top of mind. “Beware that there are a lot of little ones out there who are trick or treating, they’re happy go lucky, they’re excited to get candy and they’re not keeping personal safety in mind,” Jessica Schindeldecker with the Fargo Police…

Kids at Sanford Get Treats at “Backwards Halloween”

Staff members gave children non-edible treats

FARGO, N.D. — Sanford put on a “Backwards Halloween” so kids in the hospital could still enjoy the holiday. Kids at Sanford Children’s Hospital got to dress up while staff members came around and gave them non–edible treats to play with. They also had other activities throughout the week like pumpkin painting. If kids didn’t have costumes, Sanford gave them things…

LIVE: Moorhead Officer Shares Safety Tips for Trick-or-Treaters

Officer Schultz suggests keeping a close eye on your child and wearing reflective clothing

KVRR’s Maggie LaMere talks about the importance of visibility at night for trick-or-treaters with Katie Schultz, a Moorhead school resource officer. Categories: Morning – In The Community Tags: Moorhead Police, Safety, trick-or-treating, visibility

Kids Get An Early Halloween at “Boo! at NDSU”

There was a kids' carnival and trick-or-treating event

FARGO, N.D. — Kids get an early Halloween at NDSU thanks to students in Residence Life. “Boo! At NDSU” is a children’s carnival and trick–or–treating event. Students put on over a dozen booths with games, crafts, and other activities. Kids were all dressed up in their costumes to play and get candy. Students were also dressed up, so kids had plenty…

“Art Ghoullery” Brings Out All the Halloween Stops this Season

The exhibit is open through November 4

MOORHEAD, Minn. — It’s not all trick-or-treating and costumes when it comes to Halloween, sometimes it’s about art. The Rourke Art Museum is putting on their free “Art Ghoullery” through November 4, featuring works of goblins and ghosts from 20 artists across the United States. Pieces range from cute and silly to creepy and sinister Halloween art. The goal of…