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Fundraising to move North Dakota abortion clinic to Minnesota tops $500K

FARGO, N.D. — A fundraising campaign to help North Dakota's sole abortion clinic move a few miles away to Minnesota has raised more than half a million dollars in two days.The Red River Women's Clinic in Fargo will have to shut down in 30 days as part of the state's trigger law that went into effect Friday, when the U.S. Supreme Court removed the constitutional right to abortion.Tammi Kromenaker, owner and operator of the independent clinic, said Saturday she has secured a location across the river in neighboring Moorhead but stated earlier that she didn't know how she would fund the move.A GoFundMe page set up Friday to benefit the transition had raised over $515,000 from more than 6,000 donors as of late Saturday afternoon. The original goal was $20,000.Abortion is legal in Minnesota and the state's governor signed an order to help protect people seeking or providing abortions from facing legal action from other states.
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Food Truck Festival has community buzzing

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — It’s something people look forward to and an event that has grown in popularity. “I’m just someone who really loves to eat man and with an event like this I can’t miss it you know, it’s rare to have events like this, and for someone like me who likes to eat and for anyone that likes to eat, I gotta be out here man,” says Elliot Hoff.
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I-29 motorcycle crash results in serious injury

A 67-year old Grandin man suffered serious injuries when he lost control of his motorcycle on I-29 Friday afternoon. The North Dakota Patrol says the rider was heading north at speeds of 65-70 mph when the motorcycle began to wobble. The crash occurred about a mile south of Gardner around 3:00 p.m. The rider was transported by helicopter to Sanford Hospital in Fargo.
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Motorcyclist seriously hurt during crash on I-29 near Gardner

GARDNER, N.D. (Valley News Live) - A motorcyclist is now recovering from serious injuries after a crash on I-29 near Gardner. The North Dakota Highway Patrol reports that the motorcycle, driven by 67-year-old Glenn Smith of Grandin, began to wobble. The report states the rider laid the bike down and...
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After Roe reversal, LGBTQ community in Fargo issues call to action

FARGO, N.D. (Valley News Live) - The Pride Collective and Community Center in downtown Fargo is the first LGBTQ center in North Dakota, and Saturday, they’re spending the day trying their best to support their members in this time of uncertainty. “We could lose gay marriage. We could lose...
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Fundraising for North Dakota Abortion Clinic Move Tops $500K

FARGO, N.D. (AP) — A fundraising campaign to help North Dakota's sole abortion clinic move a few miles away to Minnesota has raised more than half a million dollars in two days. The Red River Women's Clinic in Fargo will have to shut down in 30 days as part...
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Man seriously injured in motorcycle crash near Gardner

(KVRR/KFGO) — A 67-year-old Grandin, N.D. man was seriously injured in a motorcycle crash on I-29 south of Gardner Friday afternoon. The North Dakota Highway Patrol says the man was traveling northbound between 65 and 70 miles per hour when his motorcycle began to wobble and he laid the motorcycle down.
GARDNER, ND

Fargo man narrowly avoids losing $47,000 to scammers

A 62-year-old Fargo man nearly lost $47,000 to scammers but was able to escape the fraud, due to help from the North Dakota Attorney General’s office. “Thanks to the efforts of a dedicated consumer fraud investigator and some good timing, we got lucky,” said Attorney General Wrigley. The Fargo man fell victim to an “Amazon […]
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People in Fargo react to Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade

(Fargo, ND) -- There were no immediate local demonstrations or gatherings Friday in the Fargo-Moorhead metro, in response to the Supreme Court overturning Roe versus Wade. But, people on the street are talking about the decision. "So my problem with it is states already have some trigger laws in effect...
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North Dakota’s lone abortion provider ‘has a plan’ for trigger law

FARGO, N.D. (KFYR) -Employees of the Red River Women’s Clinic in Fargo, the only health care provider in North Dakota that performs abortions, say patients with scheduled appointments will not lose them following the ruling by the Supreme Court impacting abortion rights. Tammi Kromenaker, director at the clinic, says their operations will not change as Attorney General Drew Wrigley has thirty days to certify whether the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization decision gives effect to North Dakota’s trigger law banning abortion.
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Fargo’s holiday lights display has new home & owner

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) – Fargo’s holiday lights display is now owned by the Red River Valley Fair. The drive thru event will be moved from Lindenwood Park to the fairgrounds in West Fargo this holiday season. The FM Sertoma Club owned and operated the display for the last...
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