Coronaivrus

North Dakota coronavirus cases drop 140, two more deaths reported

BISMARCK, N.D. (KVRR) – The North Dakota Department of Health on Monday reported 2 additional deaths from COVID-19. There are currently 2,655 active cases in the state, a decrease of 140 since Sunday.  158 people are hospitalized. Burleigh County reported the largest number of new cases with 19.   BY THE NUMBERS  1,619 – Total Tests from Yesterday* 1,269,206 – Total…

ND hospitals reach capacity, every county moved to moderate Covid-19 risk

Entire state placed under high risk

BISMARCK, N.D. — Governor Burgum, alongside the Department of Health addressed the public on the state’s conditions and where it stands with resources concerning the continuous rise in COVID cases. “We’ve moved this press conference up today in part because we know that we could be facing a situation in our state in the next two to three weeks where…

City of West Fargo presents COVID-19 prevention seminar

North Dakota Department of Health holds virtual information session to help combat the spread of COVID-19

WEST FARGO, N.D. – The North Dakota Department of Health holds a virtual COVID-19 information session to help raise awareness surrounding the increase in cases in the state. Director of North Dakota State University’s Center for Immunization Research and Education Dr. Paul Carson provides Covid-19 tips on how to help stop the spread of the virus. “By whatever means we…

‘We may be entering the darkest period’ Gov. Burgum discusses rise in Covid-19 in ND

North Dakota Governor provides an update on the pandemic as the state sees an increase in positive Covid-19 cases.

BISMARCK, N.D. – Governor Doug Burgum expressed his concerns on the record number high of Covid-19 related cases in the state. “There has been a lot of attention nationally around North Dakota leading the nation in positive cases per capita,” Burgum said. Over the past week the state has seen a dramatic increase in positive results with 3,117 new cases…

More Federal Relief Coming for Cities like Grand Forks

GRAND FORKS, N.D. – Mayor Michael Brown along with Congressman Kelly Armstrong and Senator Kevin Cramer are talking about continued assistance for smaller communities from the federal government. Brown stressed the importance of help for local health care systems during another briefing on the pandemic in Grand Forks. Cramer outlined the newly announced Covid-19 AG support program giving 16 billion…

NDSU’s Larson On Running Athletics During Covid-19

NDSU Athletic Director Matt Larson discusses some adoptable changes to Athletics going forward

FARGO, ND – If there’s one thing the Coronavirus is doing for businesses, it’s forcing them to think outside the box and find new ways to operate during a societal freeze. North Dakota State Athletics is no exception, especially with student-athletes committing or transferring. Athletic Director Matt Larson sheds some light on how his department is working through the obstacles…

Gate City Bank Donates Hand Sanitizer to Police Departments

Gate City Bank has also made donations to area schools and food banks.

FARGO-MOORHEAD – With hand sanitizer in short supply, Gate City Bank is making sure those on the front lines have access to it. Fargo, West Fargo and Moorhead police departments all received a donation of hand sanitizer from Gate City Bank. The bank donated a total of 1,500 mini spray bottles of sanitizer to ensure officers can stay as safe…