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Ray Kvalvog Explains Reasons Behind Filing Lawsuits After the Deaths of His Sons

"I Want to Know What Happened to My Kids"

  Ray and Kathie Kvalvog are responding to the negative reaction generated by their wrongful death lawsuits against their sons’ former school, coach, Chrysler and insurance company. Ray and Kathie lost their only sons in a crash on I-94 in 2015. “It’s like we’re in jail,” said Ray. “We have our own death row sentence. But every once in awhile, we…

Kvalvogs Release Statement on Lawsuit

Their attorney posted a response to KVRR Local News' article posted Monday

Bradshaw and Bryant PLLC, who is representing Ray and Kathie Kvalvog in their lawsuit posted a response to several critical social media users on KVRR Local News’ Facebook page. The response reads “We are incredibly saddened by the reactions we have been reading. After a year of searching and begging for answers in the deaths of our two sons, a lawsuit seemed to…

Moorhead Parents Sue Over Sons’ Deaths

Ray and Kathie Kvalvog have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Park Christian School, the boys basketball coach and others.

Ray and Kathie Kvalvog have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Park Christian School, the boys basketball coach and others. The Kvalvogs claim the school and coach Josh Lee were negligent in letting their sons, Zach and Connor and two teammates, drive to a tournament in Wisconsin. It was June 23, 2015 when Zach lost control of his pickup on…

JL Beers Hosts Ugly Sweater Competition

Looking to put that ugly Christmas sweater to good use? JL Beers on Highway 10 in Moorhead held their annual Ugly Christmas Sweater competition. Visitors showed up wearing their ugliest sweater and got their picture taken by the staff for a chance to win a $25 gift card. Anyone can vote for their favorite sweater by going to the Moorhead…

MSUM Alumni Family Grows By 430

It’s an exciting day for the dragon family. For some MSUM students, getting dressed on Thursday morning included extra layers. But it’s not for the cold temperatures. Instead, a new chapter in their life. “We are so proud of what they accomplished here, but we’re even more proud of what they will accomplish once they leave MSUM,” said MSUM President…