Alyssa Kelly

Property owner Gary Reinhart says he is an auctioneer.
First responders asking people to avoid driving near First Avenue North west from University Drive or east from 25th Street North.
MOORHEAD — About 125 people took to the streets of Moorhead for a "Back The Blue" march Thursday, Sept. 17.
It was a common sight around downtown Fargo Sunday, as many citizens banded together to put local businesses back together.
With the uncertainty and stress of the coronavirus outbreak across the world, another issue is making itself known: the epidemic of loneliness.
It's been a few weeks since the social distancing guidelines were announced.
Normally when looking at an apartment, you want to see it in person before you sign the lease, but with COVID-19 spreading across the world, property managers like Epic Management are giving potential tenants the option of a virtual tour.
FARGO —Amidst the coronavirus pandemic, the traditional car-buying process has shifted from face-to-face to digital.
MOORHEAD — A classic game of hide-and-seek is one of the ways the Sletto family keeps spirits high while staying socially distanced from others.
If you take a step into M & H in Moorhead, you'll notice something missing. Their well-known popcorn machine is turned off, and that's not all. M & H cashier, Nathan Scholle, said the U.S. Centers for Disease Control told them to remove self-serve items like their roller grill for hot dogs. Customers also can't get refills on pop or coffee. It may be an inconvenience, but in a time like this, Scholle said it's necessary.