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FARGO – A review team has found no scheduling problems or irregularities at Fargo’s Veterans Affairs Hospital. President Obama has ordered investigations of all VA hospitals in the wake of allegations that veterans may have died while awaiting care. “The team gave us a positive report, however it’s not the final report,” said Peggy Wheelden, Fargo VA public affairs officer. “It went well. They revealed no significant issues at that time,” she said. Sen.
BEMIDJI, Minn. – Kelly Stone, formerly the news director for a cluster of radio stations here and a one-time morning anchor for WDAY-TV in Fargo, died Thursday. Stone was 52...
Gov. Mark Dayton has signed the $846 million bonding bill into law, and it includes funds for the Heartland Trail from Frazee to Detroit Lakes. “We’re happy,” said Detroit Lakes Alderman Bruce Imholte, who has been a major backer of the project since day one.
Motorists on Highway 59 between Detroit Lakes and the Buffalo River north of Callaway will encounter intermittent lane and shoulder closures when a resurfacing project begins Tuesday, May 27, weather permitting. The project also includes several culvert replacements and pedestrian accessibility improvements within the city of Callaway. Crews will begin by replacing culverts and making the pedestrian accessibility improvements.
Minn. -- A Northome woman was killed Wednesday morning in a two-vehicle accident at U.S. Highway 71 and Anne Street in Bemidji.
MSNBC’s Ed Schultz will end his weekday radio show next week and move the program to an online-only format, according to media reports. “The Ed Schultz Show,” currently a three-hour...
By John Lundy / Duluth News Tribune It hardly seems fair. The Northland has been through a winter of cold and snow in historic proportions. It seems like it should at least have killed off the ticks.Not so, said the state Health Department’s tick guy.
By Helmut Schmidt / The Forum FARGO – It used to be an insult to tell someone to go jump in a lake. Now, it's apparently a challenge to have...
FARGO – A quick-thinking neighbor helped two second-floor renters escape injury early Monday when fire heavily damaged a house-converted in apartments in north Fargo. Firefighters responded at 1:11 a.m. to...