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Moorhead High choir, band students perform

Published May 23, 2018

Moorhead High Varsity Choir members Hannah Leiseth, Elizabeth Stein, and Chloe Strom play ukuleles to accompany the choir’s performance of “Lava.” The Moorhead High Varsity Choir, Treble Choir and Concert Band all performed at the May 7 concert at Moorhead High. Read More »

Dodds Elementary students study rocks with MSUM professor

Published May 21, 2018

Metamorphic, igneous and sedimentary are the three types of rocks that students in the third-grade book club at Dorothy Dodds Elementary School learned about last month from Dr. Russell Colson, a professor in the Anthropology and Earth Science Department at Minnesota State University Moorhead. Read More »

All-city orchestra concert features more than 800 musicians

Published May 18, 2018

More than 800 orchestra students in Moorhead Area Public Schools performed at the May 14 all-city orchestra concert. Read More »

Moorhead High speech team wins third consecutive state team championship

Published May 15, 2018

The Moorhead High speech team edged Lakeville North to win a third consecutive state speech team championship, and senior Izzy Larson etched her name in the record books by winning her third consecutive speech championship at the MSHSL Class AA State Speech Tournament April 20. Read More »

Spuds baseball team wins close game

Published May 11, 2018

Moorhead High’s Jack Stetz jumps over the mitt of the third baseman for the Sioux Falls Roosevelt Rough Riders during a baseball game May 5 at Matson Field. Read More »