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June 6, 2024

Summer is a time to get outside and experience all the great things Fargo-Moorhead has to offer. We love to stay active by playing sports, walking, running, hiking, kayaking and biking. And there is nothing better than lounging by the water under a cloudless, sunny,…

Photo of canoeing the Red River
April 4, 2024

The city of Fargo, North Dakota celebrates everything from arts and culture to food and music. A mix of historic architecture, local shopping and delicious restaurants make the downtown area, which is a short distance from the NDSU campus, a dynamic hub for…

Student Kaylee Weigel in downtown Fargo
April 2, 2024

Fargo recently was ranked by Checkr as the No. 1 city for Gen Z workers in 2024. Checkr analyzed key factors, including employment, affordability and social aspects to determine the best 25 cities across the U.S. Among the factors that make Fargo stand out…

Downtown Fargo
Jan. 5, 2024

Fargo-Moorhead is famous for its winter weather. Locals and visitors love to talk about blizzards, wind and cold temperature. The reality is the average winter high temperature ranges from 18 to 37 degrees Fahrenheit, depending on the month. It’s much less…

Photo of NDSU students cross country skiing
Oct. 5, 2023

Ghosts and ghouls come out to scare and delight this October as Fargo-Moorhead prepares for Halloween. Read below to find events and activities for everyone, from casual, hair-raising fun, to full-on scares. For those who love ghost stories: Paranormal Bonanzaville

Photo of a Halloween setting