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Editor's Note: Furever Home is a regular video series featuring animals that need a second chance. If you have animal rescue, foster parenting or adoption stories, email Chris Flynn at firstname.lastname@example.org . FARGO — Sara came to Homeward Animal Shelter through a foster’s daughter when she was six weeks old. About three weeks later, it was discovered she had a rare and life-threatening heart defect called patent ductus arteriosus.
FARGO — Thomas Casler has been working as a pest control technician at Midwest Pest Control for a little over a year now, but it wasn’t the direction he planned for his career to go.
FARGO — The Fargo-Moorhead Symphony Orchestra is bringing in its two most popular guest soloists from the last decade for its season-opening concert Saturday, Sept. 29, and Sunday, Sept. 30 , at Festival Concert Hall on the North Dakota State University campus.
Editor's Note: This is the first installment for Furever Home, a regular video series featuring animals that need a second chance. If you have animal rescue, foster parenting or adoption stories, email Chris Flynn at email@example.com . FARGO — Ollie is a 1-year-old cat currently being fostered by Nikki Dauk-Holmes, who has been fostering animals for four years. Ollie's previous owner lost his home and was unable to take care of him so Dauk-Holmes took him in.
Editor's Note: This is the first installment of Vocations, a regular video series that will feature people in their work environment. If you know of someone who would make for a great story, email Chris Flynn at firstname.lastname@example.org FARGO — When Mike Ellingson was in kindergarten, the students would gather around and watch him draw pictures of ducks flying over water, sunsets and lake scenes.
Community members gathered for a celebration of musical and visual art at ChalkFest on Thursday at the Red River Zoo in Fargo. The all-day event offered free admission to the zoo for live music and activities. Guests were also provided with their own chalk and encouraged to create art, regardless of their artistic abilities. “In addition to encouraging everyone that visits the zoo to create their own art, we have professional artists outside doing these really fantastic pieces that are gonna be here until it rains again,” said Red River Zoo Executive Director Sally Jacobson.
FARGO - The 2018 Marines Cadet & Junior National Championships are in Fargo for the 25th year. Wrestling begins on Saturday, July 14th at the FargoDome. NDSU head wrestling coach Roger Kish says this is the premier wrestling tournament in the country featuring athletes in grades 9-12. It is the world's largest wrestling tournament according to USA Wrestling. The tournament is July 1
FARGO - Summer is officially here, which means bicyclists will be sharing the road with drivers for the next few months. We reached out to Tom Smith of Great Northern Bicycle Co. for some tips about the rules of the road for cyclists and motorists to help you stay safe.
FARGO -- We Play in Fargo is a 10-day celebration of music culminating with a 72-hour continuous jam session.
FARGO - RibFest is one of the biggest events to kick off the summer in Fargo. Gates opened at 11 am Wednesday. This year there are seven rib cookers competing and the Forum talked with two: Lauren Vega Owner of Cowboys Barbecue and Rib Company and Dan Johnson of Johnson's Bar-B-Que. Both are veterans of RibFest.