GFAFB aims to look after airmen's mental, physical health
Lt. Col. Randy Nedegaard is a psychologist who’s spent the past five years in charge of behavioral health services on Grand Forks Air Force Base.
The base has an outpatient mental-health clinic, an alcohol-abuse prevention and treatment program, a family-advocacy program and a suicide-prevention program. Nedegaard spoke to Herald Staff Writer Archie Ingersoll.
Bismarck, N.D., lawyer and former North Dakota agriculture commissioner
Sarah Vogel comes from a long line of North Dakota leaders. Her father, Robert Vogel, was the U.S. attorney and later became a member the North Dakota Supreme Court.
A new book tells the story of the 164th Infantry Regiment, the North Dakota National Guard unit that became the Army’s first group to offensively engage the enemy in World War II "I had just finished a book; when I had that dinner in 2006, that book was going through the publication process. My first thought was, “Oh gosh, I don’t want to start another book now. But I thought, “These guys are here, they’re in their 80s, you pass up this opportunity now, and you’ll never get it again.”
With public employee pensions taking center stage nationally, North Dakota also is deciding what to do about a deteriorating plan.
Today: An interview with Sparb Collins, executive director of the North Dakota Public Employees Retirement System.
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