KMSU holds live auction viewing

MINOT, N.D.- The student television station at Minot State University, KMSU, raised money Thursday night with its annual live auction.

The station hosted a live viewing party at the Magic City Discovery Center. The students say they want to top last year's total of more than $8,000.

KMSU plans on donating 10 percent of their earnings to the discovery center.

“Some of the value prices of the packages, like we have packages ranging from $100 to $300, so you can get really good packages for really cheap when you auction them off,” said Katie Moore, KMSU member.

This is the 19th year KMSU has held the auction, and it was broadcasted on public access channel 19.