Wigginton Carissa

Carissa Wigginton

Carissa Wigginton is a high school sports reporter for The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead. A Fargo native, she graduated from Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Wigginton joined The Forum’s sports department in August 2019.

Readers can reach Carissa Wigginton by email at cwigginton@forumcomm.com or follow her on Twitter @cjwiggin.

FARGO — Those involved with high school athletics have been in wait-and-see mode since the pandemic brought sports to a screeching halt in mid-March.
FARGO — Jane Pettinger doesn’t want to think about what her income would be right now had she not left the full-time workforce due to parental duties.
WEST FARGO, N.D. — Summer vacations look a little different, and a lot more mobile, this year. Across the country, people are trading airline tickets for bench seats and hotel mattresses for pullout beds.
The petition to the North Dakota Board of Cosmetology board members has nearly 600 signatures.
FARGO — Cleaning businesses are no longer just making homes pretty — they're keeping spaces safe in the age of COVID-19.
The app identifies where people have been while protecting the user’s data. When someone launches the app, there’s no sign in. Location is only stored when a person visits a place for 10 minutes or
FARGO — There won’t be an American Legion baseball season in North Dakota this summer the state office announced Thursday, April 2, on its social media accounts.
FARGO — Three Major League Baseball players with local roots didn’t spend the scheduled Opening Day on March 26 how they planned.
FARGO — Instead of preparing a pregame speech ahead of Friday’s semifinal, West Fargo Sheyenne head boys basketball coach Tom Kirchoffner had to figure out how to tell his team their season was suspended, and whether the Mustangs would play another game this year.
FARGO — The Devils Lake girls basketball team interlocked arms and screamed in celebration after the buzzer sounded in the North Dakota Class A state semifinals. The Firebirds came back in the second half to defeat Fargo Davies 64-57, and didn’t yet know they wouldn’t be playing for a state championship the next day.