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Driving Conditions Leave Some Truck Drivers Stuck in Fargo

One truck driver was headed to Forest River, but extreme weather made it impossible to leave

  FARGO, N.D.- Melvin Ott was headed north to refill the truck after doing a delivery, but weather conditions changed those plans. “I was delivering yesterday off exit 69, about six miles up the road and I was suppose to go to Forest River to reload yesterday and couldn’t make it. It’s too dangerous,” says Ott. He says road conditions…

TRIAD and Senior Connections Holds Educational Talks About Weather Safety

One of the reasons for the talk is because senior citizens are at a higher risk of health problems and injuries related to the cold.

MOORHEAD, Minn. — TRIAD and Senior Connections are teaming up to educate people about how to stay safe during our dangerous winter weather. The group spoke to a packed room at the Hjemkomst Center in Moorhead. One of the reasons for the talk is because senior citizens are at a higher risk of health problems and injuries related to the…

Watch This: Farmer Goes Viral Helping Stuck Fargo Police Truck

Paul Sip Helped Around 20 Stuck Vehicles After The Storm On Sunday

A farmer from Ada, Minnesota is going viral today thanks to this video of him helping a Fargo Police Department truck stuck in the snow after this weekend’s storm. Paul Sip says he helped about 20 stuck vehicles on Sunday. We’re talking to him today about the video. Hear more tonight on KVRR Local News at 6 and 9! View this post…

Unusual Arctic Blast Strands Women’s College Basketball Team in Fargo

The team is using the time to form a deeper bond with one another.

FARGO, ND – Cancelled. It’s the word no traveler wants to see on the departure board. For the Northern Illinois Huskies, it’s the word that’s keeping them from returning home, and here in Fargo for just a little bit longer. “This is the second worst experience I’ve had, but I love these girls so it makes it a lot better.”…

Lutheran Social Services Provides Help for Farmers

They are trying to break the stigma regarding mental health.

FARGO, N.D.- The recent snow storm has taken a toll on many farmers across North Dakota and Minnesota. Whether it’s because of shame or pride, many farmers decide not to reach out for help when they’re feeling stressed or in a bad place. Area farmers have been dealing with a lot of stress due to weather, low commodity prices and…

Bison Fans Herd Up To Tailgate Through Snowy Storms

"Of course you gotta tailgate Bison home game, it's homecoming you gotta represent," said Bison fan Mike Hennebry

FARGO, N.D. — Mike Hennebry has been tailgating for the green and gold for over a decade. And he’s not letting the weather ruin his fun. “Ya know there is a light crowd today obviously because of the weather but just seeing all the different rigs and just seeing all the different things people do for tailgating ya know my…

Fargo-Moorhead Prepares for First Snow of the Season

They recommend drivers to go slowly, increase your following distance, and know your brakes.

FARGO-MOORHEAD- Fargo City Public Works Department has been busy all week preparing for the upcoming snow that is expected to hit. Every piece of equipment has been gone through and is all ready to go. The city always tackles snow emergency routes first, secondary routes and then neighborhoods. They recommend drivers to go slowly, increase your following distance, and know…

Pride of Dakota Harvest Showcase in Jamestown Postponed Due To Weather

moved to November 15 and 16 at the Jamestown Civic Center

JAMESTOWN, N.D. — The expected bad weather is impacting the Pride of Dakota Harvest Showcase in Jamestown. It was scheduled for this weekend but is being moved to November 15 and 16 at the Jamestown Civic Center. Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring says he regrets the event will not take place this weekend but safety comes first. Two Pride of Dakota…

Fergus Falls Cleans Up After Sunday’s Storm Leaves Mess Scattered Through City

that includes fallen power lines and trees as well as some flooding

FERGUS FALLS, Minn. — On average, the Fergus Falls Fire Department responds to a call every couple of days. During Sunday night’s storm, they had 16. “For us to get 16 calls for service in a day is pretty significant especially with that short of a time frame,” said Fergus Falls fire chief Ryan Muchow. The storm hit just after…