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Jamestown man who was once paralyzed is walking again

He suffered a traumatic brain injury, couldn't speak and was temporarily paralyzed. Doctors told Brown he would never walk again.

JAMESTOWN, N.D. (KVRR) – Josh Brown is nearly two years removed from the tragic four wheeler accident that almost took his life. He suffered a traumatic brain injury, couldn’t speak and was temporarily paralyzed. Doctors told Brown he would never walk again. “I just started walking with help, my sisters helped me and my parents, they helped me stay alive,”…

JRMC has robust unit of Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners

The hospital has eight SANE nurses available 24/7

JAMESTOWN, N.D. — For those who’ve gotten sexually violated, the hours that follow can be some of the most painful of their lives. A team of nurses at Jamestown Regional Medical Center is working to make those moments less traumatic. “After an assault or rape, the first step towards a conviction, you know, before any evidence, testing, charges, before a…

Meet RUDI: Jamestown Regional Medical Center shows off new germ-zapping robot

The robot's name was chosen through a contest set up by the medical center

JAMESTOWN, N.D. (KVRR) — Jamestown Regional Medical Center hosts a contest to name its second germ-zapping robot and the winner is… R.U.D.I.! It was purchased for $100,000 with the help of the North Dakota Department of Commerce Economic Resiliency Grant. Their first robot R.O.S.I.E. was bought in 2018. The robots are 99.9 percent effective in destroying hard-to-kill superbugs in hard-to-clean…

First 2021 baby in Jamestown is son of frontline workers

JAMESTOWN, N.D. (KVRR) – Two frontline workers are the parents of the first baby born at Jamestown Regional Medical Center in 2021. Jalen Denning Breitbach was born at 3:12 p.m. on Sunday, weighing 8 pounds, 6 ounces. The proud parents are Makenzie and Alex Breitbach who just moved to Rugby from Jamestown. Makenzie is a registered nurse at JRMC and…

Victim identified in fatal Stutsman County crash

The victim is 61-year-old Harlan Vining of Jamestown

STUTSMAN COUNTY, N.D. (KVRR) — Authorities identify the Jamestown man who died after rolling his truck near Medina. The North Dakota Highway Patrol says 61-year-old Harlan Vining was driving west on I-94 before 1:30 Sunday afternoon when he began to fishtail. Vining over corrected and went into the ditch His truck rolled and he was ejected. Vining was taken to…

Jamestown Regional Medical Center Starts “Name-The-Robot” Contest

JAMESTOWN, N.D. — R.O.S.I.E. is getting a buddy and you can help give it a name. “R.O.S.I.E.” stands for “Robot Offering Safe Ideal Environment”. Jamestown Regional Medical Center has purchased a second germ-zapping robot for $100,000 with the help of grant funding. The robots are 99.9% effective in destroying hard-to-kill superbugs in hard-to-clean places. J-R-M-C staff says more than 400…

Stutsman County Crash Leads to DUI Arrest

The NDHP is continuing to investigate the incident.

JAMESTOWN, N.D.–A McKenzie County man has been arrested after traveling the wrong way on Interstate 94 and crashing his vehicle on Sunday. The North Dakota Highway Patrol says 30-year-old Will Gullickson was traveling west bound on I-94 at approximately 12:55 p.m. when he left the roadway, entered the median and crossed over the eastbound lanes. Gullickson entered the south ditch,…

Emergency Medicine Physician In Jamestown Rallying His Team In COVID-19 Fight

"I will be on the front lines with you"

Steve Inglish, MDJAMESTOWN, N.D. — Dr. Steve Inglish, Emergency Medicine Physician at Jamestown Regional Medical Center, putting out the call for personal protective equipment donations. “We appreciate anyone willing to donate unused N95’s or regular surgical masks or even the industrial N95 masks,” said Dr. Inglish. He is also rallying his team and those on the frontlines. Dr. Inglish in…