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Tesla Supercharger Stations come online in North Dakota

For the past couple of years traveling in a Tesla across North Dakota and even to Minneapolis, has been a process requiring careful planning and precise timing using whatever charging port was available, and sometimes other peoples homes.

FARGO, N.D. – Nearly three years ago, Elon Musk tweeted “You can now drive anywhere in the US using the Tesla supercharger network.” But he forgot about one state: North Dakota. “I joined Twitter on that tweet to tell him that we still exist,” said Brian Kopp, a North Dakota Tesla owner. For the past couple of years traveling in…

Grand Forks & Bismarck named in top 10 Best Small Cities to Start a Small Business Report

June 2, 2020. Grand Forks Police Department officer Cody Holte’s Memorial Service at Ralph Engelstad Arena in Grand Forks, ND. Mandatory photo credit Russell HonsUNITED STATES – Grand Forks is third and Bismarck is fifth on Go.Verizon.com’s Best Small Cities to Start a Small Business Report. The website praises Grand Forks for the city’s 83% loan approval rate and its…

Patients discharged from Bismarck hospital after getting plasma from recovered Covid-19 donors

BISMARCK, N.D. – Three critically ill coronavirus patients in Bismarck receive plasma transfusions from donors who recovered in New York and are released from the hospital. CHI St. Alexius Health was eligible to receive the plasma because of its enrollment in the Mayo Clinic Research Clinical Trial. The experimental treatment is believed to help reduce the severity of symptoms of…

North Dakota COO Outlines COVID-19 Surge Plan: If One Should Occur

Fargodome and University of Mary Fieldhouse in Bismarck are already outfitted with around 200 portable beds

BISMARCK, N.D. — North Dakota officials are sharing the plans for a possible surge of COVID-19 patients. But they say it is unlikely the plans will have to be put into action. “Let me be clear. We do not expect that we are going to need 7,500 beds for COVID patients,” said Tammy Miller, North Dakota Chief Operating Officer. “Today…

COVID-19 By The Numbers For March 30, 2020

FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota is reporiting it’s second and third coronavirus-related deaths. They include a McHenry County woman in her 80’s and a Morton County man in his 70;s. Both had underlying conditions and both got the virus through community spread. North Dakota now has 109 positive cases, up 11 from Sunday. 19 people are currently hospitalized due to…

Bismarck Woman Diagnosed With COVID-19 Speaks Out After Viral Video

The 21 year old uploaded the video to Facebook to raise awareness among her peers.

BISMARCK, N.D. – Alicia Rich is a 21-year old who after being diagnosed with COVID-19 decided to make a video on Facebook that ended up going viral about how dangerous the virus can really be for some. “I’m shocked. But, I’m glad I’m getting the message out and you know, letting people know that anyone can get it. Yes, I’m…

Young Bismarck Woman With Coronavirus Encourages Her Generation To Take Action

She says you may be young, you may be healthy but you can still get it or even pass it on

BISMARCK, N.D. — A young Bismarck woman who tested positive for coronavirus is going public in hopes that others in her age-group will learn from her experience. “I’ve been really afraid to talk about this because we were worried about getting hate,” said Alicia Rich. “Because it’s definitely not an easy thing to like say out loud like ‘I have…

COVID-19 Positive Tests at 28 in North Dakota

BISMARCK, N.D. – Below are the COVID-19 results on March 21, 2020 as of 9 a.m.    POSITIVE TEST RESULTS   ·        A woman in her 20s from Burleigh County, possible travel   ·        A male in his 30s from Burleigh County, community spread      Categories: Travel, Possible Travel, Community Spread, Close Contact, Under Investigation  BY THE NUMBERS  1169 – Total Tested (+231 individuals from yesterday) …