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DILWORTH, Minn - Lake Agassiz Habitat for Humanity is marking a milestone, as volunteers are beginning work on the organization's 60th project in the region. This project marks the second home to be built in Dilworth, the last being built in 2001. This new home is being built on a property that once had a vacant, dangerous house that will be torn down.
FARGO - No matter the year or season, there is a new, trendy diet that gains popularity. You’ve likely heard of lifestyles or diets like the ketogenic diet, paleo or master cleanse. However, these diets don’t work for everyone. Part of the reason may be in your DNA. After looking back at family reunion photos, 66-year-old Linda Schott decided it was time to take control of her weight by joining Profile by Sanford in November of 2016.
FARGO — As the Greywind family and community prepare for William Hoehn's trial this September, tenants who lived directly below Hoehn and Brooke Lynn Crews are recounting their testimonies that they're prepared to share in court. This week marks the one-year anniversary of the search for 22-year-old Savanna LaFontaine-Greywind , who was 8-months pregnant when she was violently murdered, and her baby cut from her womb.
HUNTER, ND - A benefit is looking to spread "Love for Lucas" Monday night during the Back to School/Mandatory Activity Meeting Night at Northern Cass School. There will be a meal provided from 5-6:30 p.m. along with a silent auction, with all proceeds going to the Lucas Wood Benefit Fund. Lucas is a 2nd grader with Metachromatic Leukodystrophy (MLD). It's a rare, genetic, degenerative, neurometabolic disorder that affects approximately one in 40,000 people, primarily children, worldwide.
UPDATE: The malnourished puppy rescued by the Turtle Mountain Animal Rescue has died, according to a post on the shelter's Facebook page. Keith Benning, one of the shelter's owners, said in part, "He passed comfortably and warm and safe. I gave him a lot of attention last night rubbing his bald patches he couldn’t reach and by his face he was loving that."
GREENBUSH, Minn - It’s not every day that a small, northwestern Minnesota town of about 700 people are featured in a documentary made by a 2-time national Emmy winning director and producer. But, the story behind the film is cause for celebration in itself. The Greenbush Middle River High School has a total student population of approximately 135. To put that into perspective, the Fargodome seats over 150 times the school’s student body.
FARGO - A weekend of heat in the region broke several records for record high temperatures, with Williston peaking at 108 degrees. Each year, over 650 people die from health problems caused by heat and humidity, and the CDC reports most of the victims are 50 and older.
WEST FARGO - A West Fargo little league team is fundraising for families to make the trip to compete in the 9-and-under World Series in Jensen Beach, Florida during the first week of August. The Spikes earned the opportunity when they won the title of Midwest Regional Champions at the tournament in Denver earlier in July. They qualified for that tournament after becoming state champions this summer.
FARGO - A Fargo man is without a home after an early-morning fire completely destroyed his trailer house. The Fargo Fire Department received the call just after 1:00 a.m. Monday morning to Countryside Trailer Court, near the Avalon Events Center. Crews went to work right away, after arriving on scene to find heavy fire coming out the windows of the home.
FARGO - The Fargo Park District is kicking off a delicious event for a cause with a new series of Food Truck for a Purpose events. Throughout the summer, a different food truck will be in the east parking lot of The Depot in downtown Fargo. A portion of the profits from every meal sold during the two hour time frame will be donated to United Way of Cass-Clay.