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*Every Friday, starting tonight (May 17th)River Cities Speedway will be alive with the sights and sounds of Premier Racing!If interested check out r... Posted on 5/17/13 at 2:08 PM
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA NEWS 'Holiday Magic’ returns courtesy of Markus
University of North Dakota football players acted as Santas helpers Saturday, Dec. 8, by putting on the annual Holiday Magic from Markus charity event, which benefits children in the pediatric depar... Posted on 12/10/12 at 2:51 PM
IT'S SIMPLY GRAND! Celebrate Independence Day in Greater Grand Forks
Nikki Jackman of the Greater Grand Forks Sertoma Club invites you to come out and enjoy the fun on the fourth of July...
The Sertoma Club has been working hard to put together another fun filled Four... Posted on 7/1/12 at 10:08 PM
THE DULLUM FILE Be Aware
September is Prostate Cancer Awareness month. On Thursday, September 22, Altru Health System is running its free, yearly prostate cancer screening event in Grand Forks.
I know a little something abou... Posted on 9/12/11 at 2:33 PM
With a section of South Columbia Road in Grand Forks set to close for the summer, Altru Health System employees have been making plans to ensure patients, visitors and staff can navigate detours to its campus.
From his office on the south side of Altru Hospital, Ken Vein can look at the parking lot that is the future site of a procedure center. That building is not scheduled to be finished until 2018, and it is only the first of four phases in a decade-plus plan to overhaul Altru Health System’s physical presence in Grand Forks.
The rest of the Top 10 stories of 2012 ranged from stories about the shocking deaths of young people, to stories about surprising changes in the community, such as Grand Forks’ only hospital buying its would-be rival in town. A long-standing controversy over UND’s Fighting Sioux nickname appeared to end, while long-standing problems with the Spirit Lake tribe’s child protection system appear to continue into the new year.
Healthcare facilities in Park River, Grafton, McVille and Langdon, all in North Dakota, will be getting telemedicine equipment from the Altru Health Foundation, the Grand Forks-based group said Wednesday.
Drunk males in Grand Forks might be getting off the hook too easily, a police sergeant suggested. His was the comment that drew the most attention at a packed town-hall meeting at Altru Health System Monday night, held to discuss ways the community can prevent alcohol and drug abuse.
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