WALKING

Everlasting Hope Walks To Raise Awareness About Infertility

The group will be walking at the state capital in Bismarck in September

FARGO, N.D. — The organization Everlasting Hope is walking to raise awareness about infertility. The group ran its first 1k Walk Of Hope in Fargo’s Lindenwood Park. Organizers say one in eight people are affected by infertility. The group also provides financial support to qualifying uninsured people living in North Dakota and South Dakota. They hope this walk can help…

Agassiz Greenway Recreation Plan Allows Public To Ask Questions About New Project

The group wanted to do this meeting to provide the public with an update and hear feedback.

FARGO, N.D.- The plan for the project is to create a wide range of recreation trails and activities, reinforce natural landscape, and support the continuing growth and prosperity of the metro. The group wanted to do this meeting to provide the public with an update and hear feedback. “An overwhelming majority of the survey respondance and participants of our events indicated…

Protesters March Across F-M Area Over Death Of George Floyd

"I have experienced in my past what it is like to be profiled," Moorhead Mayor Jonathan Judd said

FARGO, N.D. — Cries for change can be heard all around Fargo as thousands took to the streets from Island Park to the Fargo police stations and as far out as West Fargo in outrage over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Crowds overtook the streets as police officers tried to keep the march contained and helped people stuck…

Argentinian Man Embarks On A Journey Through The Americas

More than halfway into his journey, Martin made a stop in Fargo. Staying a little bit longer than planned.

FARGO, N.D. – It’s a journey very few get to do in their lifetime. But Martin is doing it at the age of 63. His only guide was heading north through plain areas. “On October 31, 2017 I started a rally that consisted of leaving from Bahia lapataia, Ushuaia, the end of the world in Argentina, and attempt to reach…

Looking Back on the 2018 Fargo Marathon and What’s to Come Next Year

"All in all feeling great about the whole feel of events starting from the cyclothon all the way through yesterday's full marathon"

FARGO, N.D. — After 394 days of planning, all of the Fargo Marathon events and races have come to an end. “All in all feeling great about the whole feel of events starting from the cyclothon all the way through yesterday’s full marathon,” said Executive Director of the Fargo Marathon, Mark Knutson. Whether you were racing, watching or cheering people…

Team CCRI Takes on the Fargo Marathon 5K

The team has about 200 people, and they've been doing the marathon for nine years

FARGO, N.D. — Team CCRI took on the Fargo Marathon 5K. CCRI, or Creative Care for Reaching Independence, is a non–profit that helps people with disabilities. The team had about 200 hundred people take part in the race, and this is the ninth year they’ve been doing it. Some participants have done it all nine years, or as Shena Holtgrewe describes…

Discussions Underway to Possibly Change Biking and Walking Paths in the Area

Fargo is also planning to get an interactive map of all the bike routes in town

REGIONAL — Some changes could be coming to biking and walking paths across the metro. The Metro Bicycle and Planning Committee met this afternoon to discuss which ones are a higher priority for maintenance or snow removal. Fargo is also planning to get an interactive map of all the bike routes in town. Right now only Moorhead has one. It’s…

UPDATE: Missing Fargo Teen Located in West Fargo

She has not been in contact with family or friends and does not have a cell phone

FARGO, ND — The Fargo Police Department says they have located 13-year-old Carlyse Ditch in West Fargo. We will have more on this story on KVRR Local News at 6 and 9. PREVIOUS STORY The Fargo Police Department is asking for the public’s help in finding a missing teen from south Fargo. Carlyse Ditch, 13, was last seen walking home…

Wahpeton Man to Trek 47 Miles for Kids at Shriners Hospital

Tom meadows will start his journey for the second time on December 17

WAHPETON, ND — In July, 59-year-old Tom Meadows walked 47 miles to raise money for kids at Shriners Hospital. Now he’s getting ready to do it all over again this winter. Ten cardiac stents and an enlarged heart didn’t stop Tom Meadows from raising money for kids at Shriners Hospital the first time this summer. Now that he has a runner’s…

NDDOT Looking into the Future with “ND Moves”

What does North Dakota need for the future of biking, walking, rolling and public transportation?

FARGO, ND — The North Dakota Department of Transportation is changing the future of transportation. A new project is getting started and targeting the needs of North Dakotans. What does North Dakota need for the future of biking, walking, rolling and public transportation? The North Dakota Department of Transportation is bringing communities together to answer that question for their new…