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Mitch Goldstein

Local Surgeon Builds 100 Percent Self-Sufficient Nonprofit, The JTG Foundation

by Andrew Jasonon Nov 22, 2016
Not settled with just giving to charities, Mitch Goldstein knew there had to be a better way of helping those in need. This surgeon by day, philanthropist by night is now working to build a nonprofit that is 100 percent self-sufficient. And he’s not just stopping in fargo. He has much larger ambitions.

Uniting The Community: Fargo-Moorhead’s National Welcoming Week

by Erica Rappon Sep 14, 2016
Throughout the week of September 16-25, Fargo-Moorhead will join together to host events and activities as a part of National Welcoming Week.

Fargo Monthly March 2017

March of dimes 2015 auction

Event Preview: March Of Dimes Signature Chefs Auction 2016

by Erica Rappon Aug 4, 2016
This September, the March of Dimes North Dakota Market will be holding their annual Signature Chefs Auction and fundraising event with the help of event chairs Nick Killoran of Great North Insurance and his wife Michelle Killoran of SCHEELS.

TEDxFargo 2015

A Preview Of TEDxFargo 2016: Accelerating The Community

by Fargo Monthlyon Jul 18, 2016
Get ready to be inspired, Fargo, because one of the biggest TEDx events in the country is happening again in Fargo this summer. This year's TEDxFargo event is going to be one for the books, and you're going to want to be there. We talked to event co-organizer mark staples about this year's plans and also got the chance to talk with a few of this year's inspirational speakers.

Ramada Plaza Fargo Chef Gala

North Dakota Horse Park

North Dakota Horse Park Is Back For A Month Of Family Fun

by Samantha Starkon Jul 15, 2016
The North Dakota Horse Park is back and has the last three weekends of July jam-packed with events.

Legacy In Motion: Local Teacher To Bike Across The Country For A Cause

by Hailey Colbrunnon May 20, 2016
Driven by a cause and faith, local math teacher Paul Shol will journey 4,500 miles across the country by bike to bring support for a local nonprofit to our community.

Foreigner Shooting Star Casino

Farm in the dell of the red river valley board members

Harvesting Opportunities: Farm In The Dell Of The Red River Valley

by Erica Rappon May 16, 2016
Farm in the Dell of the Red River Valley is a unique organization, and one of only a handful of others in the world. Board member Karen Urlacher shared the details about the organization as they work toward growing a rural environment for those with special needs in the community.

I love Fargo Prairie Room Greg Tehvan

Community Spotlight: The Hierarchy Of Needs For Event Planning

by Greg Tehvenon May 2, 2016
Greg Tehven talks about how Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs theory has continued to influence his work in experiential design and event planning. Over the last four years, he's been involved with several community events and gatherings that have helped him understand that people have needs at events as well.

Fargo Shelter Pet's main photo

Featured Animals Of The Week: April 20th

by Danielle Wenteon Apr 20, 2016
Each week, we will be sharing the stories of shelter animals that are looking for their forever homes. The animals we feature will include dogs and cats. This week, we are featuring one special cat who is still searching for her forever home. Check them out and consider bringing them home!

Fargo Shelter Pet's main photo

Featured Animals Of The Week: April 13th

by Danielle Wenteon Apr 13, 2016
Each week, we will be sharing the stories of shelter animals that are looking for their forever homes. The animals we feature will include dogs and cats. This week, we are featuring one special cat who is still searching for her forever home. Check them out and consider bringing them home!