Native American imagery could be banned in Minnesota schools

ST. PAUL, Minn. (KVRR) — Minnesota lawmakers are considering a bill that would prevent schools from using Native American imagery as logos. Senator Mary Kunesh is behind Senate File 584 which would require schools to file requests to grant permission from the Tribal Nations Education Committee and Indian Affairs Council to continue using a nickname and logo. Schools can also…

Warroad Boys Hockey Advances to MSHSL Championship


ST. PAUL, MN– The Warroad Warriors are heading to the State Championship! The Warriors will face Mahtomedi, Saturday at 12 pm. Warroad survived the Orono comeback today in the semifinals. Up 3-0, the Spartans tied the game in the 3rd with under 8 minutes to go. The Warriors netted the game-winning goal in the second overtime to advance.   Categories:…

Warroad Advances to State Semis

Warroad Defeats St. Cloud Cathedral in the Class A Boys Hockey Quarterfinals

ST. PAUL, MN– The Warroad Warriors defeated the St. Cloud Cathedral Crusaders 5-1 to advance to the Minnesota Boys Hockey State Semifinal. Categories: High School, Moorhead, Top Sports Headlines Tags: Warroad, Warroad Boys Hockey, Warroad Warriors

12 Europeans detained in Minnesota for smuggling attempt

ROSEAU CO., Minn. — U.S. Customs and Border Protection say agents stopped a “smuggling attempt” after two cars with 12 migrants unlawfully entered the U.S. at Roseau, Minnesota. The agency announced on Friday an agent at the Warroad Station was notified on September 25 that two cars had made unlawful entry. The agent located one of the vehicles at a…

Seven Clans breaks ground on expansion for Warroad casino

The casino will add 100 slot machines to its gaming floor

WARROAD, Minn. (KVRR) — Seven Clans Casino in Warroad is about to get even bigger. Leaders broke ground on a 9,000 square foot expansion. It will be built onto the existing casino floor on the property’s west side. You can expect 100 additional slot machines, a new sports bar and restaurant along with a new entrance to the gaming floor….

Marvin To Expand In Fargo, Add 300 Jobs

FARGO, N.D. (AP/KVRR) — Marvin, the Minnesota-based widow and door maker, plans to build a 127,000-square-foot manufacturing facility and a 148,000-square-foot distribution center in Fargo. The expansion is expected create 300 new jobs. Warroad, Minnesota-based Marvin first opened a factory in Fargo 25 years ago. It now has six facilities in the area that employ 1,700 people. The company also…