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KEVIN WALLEVAND

A family living outside Hope, North Dakota, have been enjoying a daily summer visitor. After finding an injured fawn on their farm, the family nursed it back to health, then let it become independent.
In February of 1986, a much loved, popular physician was stabbed to death in his own house. It is a North Dakota murder that still haunts the town of Cavalier.
Katelyn Kjelland says it's rewarding to know that she helps families close chapters to a loved one's life.
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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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