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Kevin Wallevand

Kevin Wallevand has been a Reporter at WDAY-TV since 1983. He is a native of Vining, Minnesota in Otter Tail County. His series and documentary work have brought him to Africa, Vietnam, Haiti, Kosovo, South America, Mongolia, Juarez,Mexico and the Middle East. He is an multiple Emmy and national Edward R. Murrow award recipient.

Contact Email: kwallevand@wday.com

Phone Number: (701) 241-5317

The Proulx family walked up the aisle to say, 'I do,' all over again because time is not on their side.
Adele Hankey and the Queen were born on the exact same day in 1926 and have shared a bond across the ocean for decades.
Earl Mallinger has been farming the land up in northern Minnesota his entire life, with thousands of acres and a million farming memories.
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Look for That Midwestern Mom next at Turkey Days in Frazee the weekend of July 29. She will be at the pageant and the parade there.
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The Red River Ox Cart trails carved and snaked their way across northwestern Minnesota. In the mid-1800s, those dirt trails became a lifeline for settlers.
There is no other place on earth where a farm crisis looms larger than Ukraine. Now, North Dakota farmers are reaching out across an ocean to help.