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61 For 61 Radiothon Raising Money For Roger Maris Cancer Center

Fundraiser Runs All Day Friday At West Fargo Family Fare

WEST FARGO, N.D. — One of the biggest cancer charity events in the region is this Friday, and you can help families facing the disease all day. Sanford’s 61 for 61 radiothon starts at 6:00 a.m. Friday, September 6th. The money goes to support patients at the Roger Maris Cancer Center. 107.9 The Fox is broadcasting live from the Family…

Sanford Hosts Dancing with the Doctors at the Fargo Theatre

This is the second year of the event

FARGO, N.D. — A visit to the doctor’s office may not be enjoyable for everyone, but tonight it was all smiles as the doctors put on their dancing shoes. All proceeds from the event will be donated to the Sanford Health Foundation which helps cancer patients with lodging, meals and transportation. The events have been so popular that there’s already…

Sanford Says Goodbye to Former Clinic With a Big Bang

Demolition of the building begins today

WEST FARGO, N.D. — Sanford is saying goodbye to its former West Fargo clinic with a big bang. The demolition of the building at the corner of 13th Avenue and Sheyenne Street will make way for more parking and green space for Sanford’s new facility right next door. The newly opened clinic provides patients newer technology, a community room, lab…

Fargo Man Injured During High-Speed Chase With Highway Patrol

Troopers attempted to stop 59-year-old Jeffrey Boese early Thursday evening near Jamestown

BARNES CO., N.D. — A Fargo man faces numerous charges after running from troopers before crashing and hurting himself near Sanborn, North Dakota. Troopers attempted to stop 59-year-old Jeffrey Boese early Thursday evening near Jamestown after he failed to move over for another trooper on I-94. The pursuit covered about 30 miles and reached speeds of 100 miles per hour….

Fargo Man Arrested After Running From Troopers Near Jamestown

The pursuit traveled northwest of Jamestown covering about 30 miles on county roads, Highway 281 and back onto I-94.

SANBORN, N.D. (KFGO) – A Fargo man was arrested near Sanborn, North Dakota after running from Troopers in Jamestown. Troopers attempted to stop 59-year-old Jeffrey Boese west of Jamestown after he failed to move over for another trooper on I-94. The pursuit traveled northwest of Jamestown covering about 30 miles on county roads, Highway 281 and back onto I-94. The…

Ethics Commission Includes Former Mayor, Retired Judge And Others

The commission will oversee the conduct of legislators, statewide officials, candidates and lobbyists

BISMARCK, N.D. — Republican Gov. Doug Burgum and Senate leaders have chosen the panel for North Dakota’s voter-approved ethics commission. The panel members include former Williston mayor Ward Koeser, retired judge Ronald Goodman of Oakes and retired brigadier general David Anderson of Bismarck. Cynthia Lindquist of Devils Lake served as president of the community college in Fort Totten and Paul…

Hillsboro Man Stopped In His Vehicle On Interstate 29 is Hit And Killed

North Dakota Highway Patrol says the driver, 76-year-old Norman Dronen, was killed at the scene

Courtesy: Mark JohnsonHILLSBORO, ND — A Hillsboro, North Dakota man is dead after his SUV was hit from behind while it was stopped on I-29 near Hillsboro. North Dakota Highway Patrol says the driver, 76-year-old Norman Dronen, was killed at the scene. They do not know why he was stopped in the left lane of the interstate late Wednesday afternoon, three…

Local Dairy Queens Host Miracle Treat Day Fundraiser

The fundraiser is for the Children's Miracle Network benefiting Sanford children's

FARGO, N.D.– Local Dairy Queens are hosting the 14th annual Miracle Treat Day. The fundraiser is for the Children’s Miracle Network benefiting Sanford Children’s Hospital. Participating Dairy Queens will donate $1 or more for every blizzard and blizzard coupon purchased during the day. 9–year–old Miracle Network Child Jade Hewson, was at the Dairy Queen on Prosperity Way to thank people…

Two Women Rescued From Bottom Of Ditch After Single-Vehicle Crash

The sheriff's office says it appears the vehicle hit multiple trees before coming to a stop in the ditch

POLK CO., MN — Two women had to be removed from their vehicle at the bottom of a ditch along County Road 12 in Polk County on Sunday. The sheriff’s office says it appears the vehicle hit multiple trees before coming to a stop in the ditch. 63-year-old Deloris Fritz of McIntosh was driving. She was airlifted to Sanford in…