anderson

#ANDOSTRONG Brings Community Together to Fight Medical Bills: Fighting Glioblastoma

What they didn't realize was the skyrocketing price of their medical bills.

FARGO, N.D. — One Fargo man’s world has been flipped upside down this past year. “He’s an incredible father and brother, friend and son, and a great member of the community,” said Jamie Anderson, Travis’ sister. And that became obvious as hundreds of people piled into Shotgun Sally’s to support the Anderson family. “I get teary eyes just seeing everyone…

Puzzle FM Raising Money to Help Owen Anderson Run a Marathon

A local business holds "A Day for Owen" to help his fundraiser

FARGO, ND — A local puzzle room business is helping a young disabled boy run the Fargo Marathon next year. The “Day for Owen” at Puzzled FM was dedicated to Owen Anderson, a child who lives with blindness, autism and Crohn’s disease. Family members told us all money spent at the business on this day will help the Anderson’s buy…

Actor Richard Anderson of “The Six Million Dollar Man” Dies at Age 91

He also was considered a fan favorite on TV shows such as "Bus Stop", "Perry Mason", "Dan August" and "The Fugitive."

  BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — Richard Anderson, an actor well-known for the popular shows “The Six Million Dollar Man” and “The Bionic Woman” has died. His family says his death was from natural causes. Anderson started his Hollywood career in 1949 with a small role in “12 O’Clock High” and a comedic role in the TV series “Lights, Camera, Action!”…

Warm Weather Helps Local Construction Get a Head Start

With a warmer than usual Fargo February, will the orange cones come back early?

FARGO, N.D. — For some, the construction season is never over. A warmer than normal February means more progress on new buildings. But will road construction make an early return? Fargo city engineers say even though you could go outside without a jacket, the underground frost will prevent early road construction. But some house builders said even if it’s below…

Lynnette’s Story: Surviving a Heart Attack She Didn’t Know She Was Having

Lynnette went through the whole weekend without realizing she was having a heart attack.

The Go Red for Women luncheon in Fargo highlights a local heart attack survivor. We heard from someone who didn’t even realize she was at risk. “I loved taking care of the patients, I loved the families, I loved the adrenaline rush that you’d get working in the critical care,” said Lynnette Anderson, who lives in Page. “I took care…

“Like a Mushroom Cloud” Casselton Reflects On Derailment of 2013

CASSELTON, N.D.

Three years ago, an oil train derailed and exploded about a half mile away from Casselton. In a time where many are concerned about the safe transport of crude oil, the people in town are reflecting¬†on what happened. “It was like a mushroom cloud,” said Greg Kempel of Casselton, describing the explosion. It was just another day at work for…