These masks can be chosen between a washable one or a disposable manufactured one. There are a few exceptions to this rule including the student having a medical, behavioral or challenges not having to wear one.
Nearly 1.2 million laid-off Americans applied for state unemployment benefits last week, evidence that the coronavirus keeps forcing companies to slash jobs just as a critical $600 weekly federal jobless payment has expired.
Organizers of a rodeo in northern Minnesota are fighting back against Minnesota’s attorney general civil lawsuit by setting up a GoFundMe page. For three days, thousands of people packed the stands at the 65th Annual North Star Stampede rodeo in Effie, Minnesota.
A man reached out to our Whistleblower Hotline upset with random strangers coming into his downtown Fargo apartment building. Last week, Fargo police arrested 23-year-old Aaron Hadley for terrorizing residents of Graver Inn Apartments located on 123 N. Roberts St.
The Clay County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in finding a stolen vehicle. Deputies are looking for a 2013 blue Ford F-150 with Minnesota plates EJJ523, according to a media release. It was stolen from the Kragnes area.
Brian Christenson, 50, was put on paid administrative leave on June 3, and then fired on June 10, once the two girls went to Oakes Public Schools with their complaints, according to an internal investigation we obtained through an open records request. He was an assistant volleyball coach at the school.
Jenny Doll says while she’s glad parents of special education and IEP, Individualized Educational Plan, students haven’t been forgotten about, a webinar sent out Monday night by Fargo Public Schools left her with more questions than answers on what this fall could like for her two children.
Billie Joe Large, 31, is in the Beltrami County Jail after leading deputies on a chase across three counties. Authorities reportedly found a loaded gun, an off-road motorcycle, and a small amount of meth in his vehicle.
The North Dakota Department of Human Services’ Behavioral Health Division has a new resource available to help parents and caregivers in supporting children with back-to-school plans, whether that means returning to school full time, distance-learning, or a hybrid model.