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Walcott Man Found Outside Suffering from Severe Hypothermia

It's believed he walked about six miles after he drove into the ditch.

  FARGO, N.D. — We have an update on that man found outside in the bitter cold Tuesday morning. Daniel Haverland, 51, is listed in critical condition at Sanford Medical Center in Fargo. The Walcott man was discovered about a half mile from his home. It’s believed he walked about six miles after he drove into the ditch. Haverland was…

Santa Village at Rheault Farm Turns Out Big Season of Giving

Visitors donated nearly $4,000 in cash, 6,200 pounds of non-perishable food items and more than 900 new and gently used toys

  FARGO, ND — People really got into the season of giving at the 31st annual Santa Village at Rheault Farm. More than 15,000 visitors stopped by to have some holiday fun between November 26 and December 23. Visitors donated nearly $4,000 in cash, 6,200 pounds of non-perishable food items and more than 900 new and gently used toys. The…

Authorities Release Identities of People Involved in Fatal Crash in Moorhead

It happened at the intersection of 34th Street and Highway 10 East around noon on Saturday

  MOORHEAD, Minn. — Authorities identify the young boy who died in a four-vehicle crash in Moorhead. It happened at the intersection of 34th Street and Highway 10 East around noon on Saturday. Forty-two-year-old Jeremy Sagvold, of Sabin, was driving his pickup when he rear-ended a vehicle driving by 24-year-old Logan Ness, of Moorhead. In the vehicle, was 22-year-old Alyse…

Baby Love! Local Families Welcome Bundles of Joy on New Year’s Day

Within the first half hour of the New Year, we welcomed the first baby of 2018 in the metro into the world

FARGO, ND — It’s the start of the New Year for all of us, but for some families, it’s the start of a new life. Within the first half hour of the New Year, we welcomed the first baby of 2018 in the metro into the world. Just a few hours later, another family welcomed their bundle of joy into…

Ted E. Bear Donates Teddy Bears to Children at Sanford Hospital

two boys and two girls were given the gifts

FARGO, N.D. —¬†For more than 10 years, Sanford Children’s Hospital has been receiving hand-sewn teddy bears from an anonymous donor. The only thing the hospital knows about the person is they go by Ted E. Bear from Horace. This year, Sanford has received four bears to hand out to two boys and two girls. One-year-old Payton Rohlik was one of…

Courtyard by Marriott Building $15 Million Hotel Near New Sanford Hospital

The hotel is expected to open in September

  FARGO, ND — Construction is underway on a $15 million Courtyard by Marriott west of Sanford’s new $500-million hospital in Fargo. Sanford donated the land for the 110-room, four-story hotel. Brandt Hospitality Group of Fargo will be an operating partner. The interior will use healing designs that will include soothing colors and casual gathering spaces. The hotel is expected…

Tea with Royalty: Miss America Cara Mund Visits Sanford Children’s Hospital

She made a stop at Sanford's Children Hospital to have a tea party with some patients

FARGO, ND — Miss America made a stop at Sanford Children’s Hospital to have a tea party with some patients. Each child got to wear her own Miss America crown. They asked North Dakota native, Cara Mund, all kinds of questions, including whether or not she lives in a castle. Mund is serving as the National Goodwill Ambassador for Children’s…

Henning Man Killed in Crash in Otter Tail County

The state patrol says the driver of a pickup lost control on Highway 29 in Elmo Township

  ELMO TOWNSHIP, Minn. — Icy roads contributed to a fatal crash in eastern Otter Tail County. The state patrol says the driver of a pickup lost control on Highway 29 in Elmo Township. The pickup drifted into the other lane, hitting another pickup head-on shortly after 8 this morning. The driver of the pickup that was struck, a 71…

Sanford Children’s Hospital Brings Halloween to its Patients

The hospital hosted its first Backwards Halloween in the new Sanford Hospital building

FARGO, N.D. — One local hospital brought the fun of Halloween to their patients who can’t get out and trick or treat. Sanford Children’s Hospital hosted “Backwards Halloween” where staff dress up in costume and give out treats to kids. Being cooped up in a hospital room can be tough for anyone, especially for a kid on Halloween, so Sanford…