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Task Force Made To Make Guidelines For Long-Term Care Visitors in ND

Next week on the KVRR Morning Show we will be chatting with Larson on the next step forward.

FARGO, N.D. — The North Dakota Long Term Care Association is creating a task force to help reunite families with their loved ones. The group is expecting to meet next week to put together a plan on how they can safely do this. The committee’s chairman says the group is working closely with the state health department and following trends…

YMCA of Cass and Clay Counties Helping Federal Employees During Government Shutdown

They are providing access to their facilities and services

FARGO, N.D. — The YMCA of Cass and Clay Counties is helping federal employees by providing free access to their facilities and services. If you are a federal employee who has been impacted by the shutdown, the Y wants to help make this difficult time a bit easier. If you bring your federal ID to either member services desk at…

BBB Offers Tips on Finding Your Perfect Gym Match

The Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota suggests you start off by setting your fitness priorities

A new year can have many people itching to get a start on their New Year’s resolutions. The Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota suggests you start off by setting your priorities. “Set your goals,” Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota communications director Bess Ellenson said. “Why are you choosing to get a gym membership? Are…

NDSU Unveils New $2M Softball Facilities

Tharaldson Park was dedicated on Friday

FARGO, N.D. (NDSU Athletics) – With the renovations complete, North Dakota State University athletics dedicated the $2M complex at a grand opening Friday, September 14, that included renaming of the softball facility to Tharaldson Park. NDSU president Dean L. Bresciani, director of athletics Matt Larsen, Gary Tharaldson, head softball coach Darren Mueller, former Bison standout Andi (Padilla) Farnum and current…

Sanford Announces $200 Million Expansion Plan

The $200 million investment will be rolled out over the next decade

FARGO, N.D. — One year ago, Sanford opened up its new medical center. Wednesday, they announced more projects that will be rolled out over the next decade. Sanford says the plan involves changes to five “centers of excellence,” which are cancer, women’s health, children’s health, heart health, and orthopedics. They say the $200 million investment will bring plenty of jobs and…

Nurses Reunite After 50 Years At Sanford Tour

They graduated from St. Luke's Nursing School in 1968

FARGO, N.D. — Nurses who graduated from St. Luke’s Nursing School half a century ago got to reunite and explore how hospitals have changed. “I’ve always been a nurse. I always knew as a child I was going to be a nurse. I don’t think you become a nurse just by chance. You want to work with people, you want to…