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Patients allowed one visitor per day according to new Essentia Health update

Visitors will be allowed between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. every day.

FARGO, N.D.–Essentia Health has updated its visitor policy to allow only one visitor per patient per day. Previously, Essentia Health allowed one adult visitor at a time, but patients could have multiple visitors a day. The policy was updated in order to protect patients and staff from the transmission of COVID-19. Visitors will be allowed between 9 a.m. and 6…

WATCH LIVE: Gov. Walz to provide update on COVID-19 Pandemic

ST. PAUL, Minn.–Gov. Walz is providing an update on Minnesota’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Walz will be joined by Lt. Governor Peggy Flanagan, Attorney General Keith Ellison, Department of Public Safety Commissioner John Harrington and Department of Health Commissioner Jan Malcolm. Minnesota has 22,464 positive cases, 598 current hospitalizations, 16,314 patients no longer needing isolation and 932 deaths. Categories:…

WATCH LIVE: Gov. Walz to Provide Update on State’s Response to COVID-19

ST. PAUL, Minn.–Gov. Tim Walz will be providing an update on the Minnesota’s next steps to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. Walz will be joined by Department of Health Commissioner Jan Malcolm, Emergency Medicine Doctor John Hick and Minnesota Nurses Association President Mary Turner. Categories: Coronavirus, Coronavirus-MN, Health, Minnesota News Tags: Coronavirus, COVID-19, Dr. John Hick, GOV. TIM WALZ, HEALTH COMMISSIONER…

LIVE: Daily White House Coronavirus Task Force Briefing

WASHINGTON–President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence and the Coronavirus Task Force are scheduled to provide updates at approximately 10 a.m. The President has led each briefing so far and answered questions when the update has concluded. Categories: Coronavirus, Health Tags: Coronavirus, Coronavirus Task Force, COVID-19, news briefing, PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP, Update, VICE PRESIDENT MIKE PENCE

North Dakota Department of Health to Provide Update on Coronavirus

The update is scheduled at 2 p.m.

BISMARCK, N.D.–The North Dakota Department of Health is scheduled to update North Dakotans on the spread of coronavirus or COVID-19 on Friday. To date, no one in North Dakota has tested positive for for the virus, but there are 15 confirmed cases in the United States. The CDC has previously stated that they expect cases in the United States to…

Mayor Mahoney on His Hope for Fargo in 2018

When looking at the city of Fargo, you could say words like new, exciting and growth come to mind

FARGO, ND — On New Year’s Eve we spoke with the mayors of West Fargo, Moorhead, and Dilworth about their 2017 accomplishments and what they would like to see in 2018. We had the chance to sit down with Fargo Mayor Tim Mahoney to hear about what’s ahead for the city. “What you’ll see is the city of Fargo will…

ND Lawmakers Reviewing Anti-Sexual Harassment Policies

Republican House Majority Leader Al Carlson of Fargo heads the bipartisan committee of legislative leaders

BISMARCK, ND — North Dakota legislative leaders will review anti-sexual harassment policies for state lawmakers. The Legislative Procedure and Arrangements Committee will meet December 6 at the Capitol to discuss the policies that have been in place for almost 30 years. Republican House Majority Leader Al Carlson of Fargo heads the bipartisan committee of legislative leaders. He says the time…

Homeland Security: North Dakota’s Election System Targeted in 2016

The Dept. of Homeland Security say the systems were targeted but not breached

  NORTH DAKOTA — There was an attack on North Dakota’s election systems in the summer of 2016. The Department of Homeland Security delivered that news to the Secretary of State’s office on Friday. They said the systems were targeted but not breached. North Dakota was among 21 states targeted last summer. Secretary of State Al Jaeger said he is…

Fergus Falls Community Breaks Ground on New Library

"I'm just most excited that this is happening for our community. We've seen the need for a number of years and as library staff we just want to fulfill the need for the community and provide the services the community wants"

FERGUS FALLS, Minn — The ground has officially been broken and Fergus Falls is ready to start construction on their new library. “Libraries change lives. These guys are a testament,” said Mayor Ben Schrierer. “I’ve watched libraries change the lives of my kids.” A crowd of community members gathered outside of the library and said they are excited to celebrate…