WEST FARGO, N.D. -- West Fargo Public Works is working overtime to clear the six inches of heavy, wet snow that filled our streets, sidewalks, and driveways. Now that that's nearly done, they're doing extra cleanup by clearing the drifts that get piled up in driveways. "We needed the moisture," says West Fargo resident Milo Walther. "It's a lot of snow and a lot of moisture, but it's fine, we can handle that now." The City of West Fargo is offering to clean the mess the snowstorm, and the plows, left behind.
Affording lunch should be the last thing an elementary student thinks about, and one local fundraiser is trying to take that distraction off the minds of students. "Just knowing that there’s a possibility that there are kids out there not being able to eat or maybe not understanding why they were getting an alternative lunch, it makes me sad to think about," said Stephan Noll, co-creator of the GoFundMe account for the FM School Lunch Debt.
WEST FARGO—A Facebook post is getting hundreds of shares and over a thousand likes after an act of kindness was taken to the next level. Saturday night turned into trouble for Alyssa Gallegos and her family after they became stranded in the middle of town. Their truck ran out of gas. After a call to a friend for help, more than 20 minutes passed without heat, in -28 fahrenheit windchill. "We were debating whether to go back to the apartment or take the check to the gas station," said Alyssa Gallegos.