winter

Community Members, Kids Embrace Last Chance to Fight the Frost

more than 2,500 people came to the Fargodome Sunday

  FARGO, N.D. — This was the last of three days that kids and parents could “Fight the Frost” with a little help from Games Galore. The party service put up more than 30 inflatables at the Fargodome to help kids burn off some energy and stay active indoors during the winter. Just today, more than 2,500 kids walked through the…

Detroit Mountain Helps Get Rid of the Winter Blues with Outdoor Activities

Some of the activities include skiing, snowboarding, snow tubing, and snowshoeing

DETROIT LAKES– Detroit Mountain gives people of all ages the chance to experience the fresh outdoors during the winter. Some of the activities include skiing, snowboarding, snow tubing, and snowshoeing. Snow tubing is open for ages four and older. Detroit Mountain offers live music on Fridays and a smaller hill for beginners to practice on. Detroit Mountain’s guest service manager…

Folkways Christkindlmarkt Offers German-Inspired Holiday Cheer

There's food, shopping, and live performances

FARGO, N.D. — Now that it’s December, it is officially the season for Christmas celebrations. Folkways is celebrating with Christkindlmarkt, which is a German–inspired holiday event. There’s a Winter Wonderland outside, where people can sit by the fire and enjoy food. There is also an indoor shopping market with kids’ activities and live performances. Organizers say they want people to realize…

NDSU Fans Endure Frigid Temperatures to Support their Team

Pregame temperatures hovered around single-digits

FARGO, N.D. — Some football fans tend to stay inside when their team scores more points than the temperature outside. However, it’s just another football Saturday for NDSU fans. “The tough ones come out for that, some of them stay away when it gets real cold, but the diehards, they’re here all the time,” said Lloyd Galde of Aneta. Even though…

Fargo Public Works Reminds Drivers of Seasonal Parking Restrictions

The restrictions run from Nov. 1 to April 15

FARGO, N.D. — With the snow comes more parking restrictions, and the Fargo Public Works Department wants to remind the public to follow all signage. Parking restrictions started on Nov. 1 and go until April 15. “At the end of the day it’s about safe driving conditions. It’s not about trying to be spiteful. There’s a reason behind all of them,” Lee…

Salvation Army’s “Coats for Kids” Helps Families Bundle Up for Winter

Thousands of coats are being distributed to hundreds of families

FARGO, N.D. — Salvation Army’s “Coats for Kids” event is keeping the community warm as temperatures drop. About two thousand coats are being given to hundreds of families. “It’s really busy on Saturday mornings. People come in happy and they just love being here, and they’re very cooperative. They just need a warm coat. They come in with sweatshirts or…

Salvation Army Sets Up for “Coats for Kids,” Which Helps Families Bundle Up for Winter

Coats will be distributed starting on Saturday, Oct. 13

MOORHEAD, Minn. — The days are getting colder and some families need help bundling up. The Salvation Army is setting up for their “Coats for Kids” event, which gives families the winter weather gear they need to stay warm. Over a thousand jackets have already been donated, and there are also boots, snow pants, and other winter accessories. Over a hundred…

Saying Goodbye to Some Farmers Markets as they Close up Shop for the Season

Customers are doing their final shopping at the NoMo Farmers' Market outside of Junkyard Brewing to stock up for the winter on all of their favorite goods

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Start saying goodbye to fresh produce and homemade goods as some outdoor farmers markets close up shop. Customers are doing their final shopping at the NoMo Farmers’ Market outside of Junkyard Brewing to stock up for the winter on all of their favorite goods. From natural honey to Bloody Mary mix and fresh picked tomatoes, people are…

Options Available for Treating Seasonal Allergies

Allergy season started later this year

FARGO, N.D. — Now that allergy season has started, you might find yourself avoiding the outdoors just so you don’t have to deal with the itchy eyes and the runny nose. “Just really makes you irritated and inflamed like your nose puffs up and you have trouble breathing, sneeze a lot, your eyes get itchy,” Eddie Barragan, an allergy sufferer said….