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Judith Jackson


As a mother of two, I know how important is to keep everything in place. Well, at MDMH Fargo I'm the one to keep things going. I put a lot of effort to deliver the right local content as fast, reliable and truthful as possible. Stay tuned!

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North Dakota4 hours ago

Even though certain areas of North Dakota are experiencing a drought, the canola crop is predicted to surpass expectations

Bismarck, North Dakota – Although most of North Dakota had a difficult growing season, canola crop yields appear to be...

Local News4 hours ago

Fargo Cass Public Health recognizes Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October

Fargo, North Dakota – Breast Cancer Awareness Month is observed nationally in October, with the goal of raising awareness of...

North Dakota5 hours ago

Enrollment at McKenzie County School District is still rising

Watford City, North Dakota – McKenzie County is seeing an increase in the number of families residing there, which is...

Local News6 hours ago

West Fargo Police transport a man to a nearby mental health hospital using beanbag rounds and pepper balls

West Fargo, North Dakota – According to West Fargo Police, they used pepper balls and bean bags to apprehend a...

Local News7 hours ago

Days following the special election, West Fargo residents report receiving vote postcards

West Fargo, North Dakota – In the days after the vote, several West Fargo residents claim to have gotten postcards...

Local News2 days ago

Early September was when several Høstfest volunteers began their work

Minot, North Dakota – To get ready for Høstfest, thousands of volunteers were needed. One of the lead volunteers, Theresa...

North Dakota2 days ago

First-ever Forensic Science Bootcamp at UND

Grand Forks, North Dakota – This weekend at Turtle River State Park, the University of North Dakota will host its...

Local News2 days ago

NDSU aiming to raise student retention rate

Fargo, North Dakota – President David Cook of NDSU wants to restructure a recently established program to provide first-generation college...

Local News2 days ago

Eating a plant-based diet could potentially reduce your risk of Parkinson’s disease

Bismarck, North Dakota – Although Parkinson’s disease cannot currently be prevented, a recent UK study found that eating a plant-based...

Local News2 days ago

North Dakota state government to help keep Theodore Roosevelt National Park open during government shutdown

Bismarck, North Dakota – Governor Doug Burgum says the state government will make efforts to keep the state’s sole national...