RED RIVER ORTHODOX: ORTHODOX CHRISTIANITY IN THE RED RIVER VALLEY AND NORTH DAKOTA Beginning Lent
The beginning of Orthodox Lent rarely, if ever, makes the news. In fact, I've never seen it make the news. The closest I've seen it come is what I saw on KVLY on Sunday night. There, they mentioned th... Posted on 2/27/12 at 3:36 PM
THE NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND inside the outdoors
I'm putting together a bit for 6:40 this morning on KVLY and KXJB with a regular visit with Mick, Michelle and Barbara to bring some ideas to fishing the Red. The water has been way to high for way to... Posted on 7/20/09 at 9:51 PM
Media company defends Goetz promotion Attorneys for the parent company of the "Valley News Live" newscasts deny allegations that station managers discriminated against a former longtime anchor, and they’re standing by the 26-year-old they promoted to replace her.
UPDATED: 11:25 P.M. Former TV news anchor Robin Huebner wants her claims of gender and age discrimination against Valley News Live settled in federal court. The 50-year-old filed a lawsuit Monday against Hoak Media, the parent company of Fargo television stations KXJB and KVLY, where Huebner anchored the primetime newscasts for 21 years until she was reassigned last summer.
Responding to a Forum Communications story about ex-anchor Robin Huebner’s allegations of gender and age bias in the wake of her resignation Monday, the head of 'Valley News Live' said in a Tuesday newscast that Huebner wasn’t forced out and chose to take a pay cut.
Longtime Red River Valley TV anchor Robin Huebner announced to Valley News Live viewers Thursday night that the 10 p.m. newscast would be her last in that time slot. She'll stay on the "Valley News Live" newscast on KVLY at 6 and anchor the 5:30 p.m. newscast that's on KXJB. Stephanie Goetz, once a WDAZ and WDAY news anchor and reporter, is replacing Huebner at 10 p.m. and also will anchor a new 6:30 p.m. newscast on KXJB in addition to her 5 p.m. KVLY slot. The 6:30 p.m. newscast debuts Sept. 12.
A longtime face of news in the region abruptly retired Friday. Steve Poitras, reporter at KVLY/KXJB's "Valley News Live," returned from vacation and announced his decision to retire on Friday, Griff Potter, news director for the Fargo stations, said Monday.
Dan Hammer said change, in some cases, brings sacrifice. And Hammer, the seven-year play-by-play voice of UND Sioux football, likely will have to sacrifice something he enjoys with his upcoming career change.
A familiar face of WDAY-TV in Fargo and WDAZ-TV in Grand Forks on weekends will be the new face at 5 p.m. on KVLY-TV in Fargo. Griff Potter, KVLY news director, confirmed Stephanie Goetz will soon be appearing as a 5 p.m. anchor.
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