Fargo -- WDAY TV unveiled a new state-of-the-art set during Thursday’s 10 p.m. newscast.
Amenia, N.D. -- Angela Kolden never intended to return to live in her hometown. She certainly did not expect to open a business there, but she is happy her life has come full circle in the town 8 miles north of Casselton.
Fargo -- Brent Wolf is not afraid to get dirty. As a matter of fact, some days it is part of his job.
Name: Melissa Rademacher
Position: General manager of the Moorhead Center Mall
Fargo -- Before Stacy Aamodt rescued his dog, Cajun, from the Humane Society, he said he couldn’t imagine why someone would bring their pet to a day care.
Grand Forks -- When Mark Veitenheimer purchased his home here in 2012, he considered the home warranty provided by the seller as little more than a few pages in a mountain of closing paperwork.
Christine, N.D. -- North Dakota State University does not have the only “thundering herd” in the area.
FARGO – Sara Larson describes volunteering as a way for her to stay active and connected to others. The 71-year-old semi-retired pharmacist from Fargo says it “feeds my soul.”
Fargo -- For many small-business owners, there isn’t much to “like” about Facebook’s recent News Feed algorithm change.
FARGO – For Justin Hennessy, a journeyman plumber with Home Heating & Plumbing, becoming a plumber was about carrying on a family tradition. Hennessy’s father owns a plumbing business back home in Graceville, Minn.