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Fort Lincoln Elementary student tests positive for coronavirus

Fort Lincoln Elementary student tests positive for coronavirus

Coronavirus Information CenterMandan Public School District sent an email to parents of Fort Lincoln Elementary students informing them that a student at the elementary school has tested positive for COVID-19.The email that was sent Wednesday evening says that the North Dakota Department of Health informed the school and the families of students that were potentially in close contact with the affected student.According to Mandan Public Schools, Fort Lincoln will continue to clean and disinfect the school in an effort to stop the spread of the virus.You need javascript enabled to view this...

March 19, 2020
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Governor announces ‘drive-in’ pilot testing project in Amidon and Gladstone

Governor announces ‘drive-in’ pilot testing project in Amidon and Gladstone

Coronavirus Information CenterGov. Doug Burgum in his daily press conference on April 3 said he’s doing a pilot project this weekend to add to the knowledge base across the country.There will be ‘drive-in’ testing at two rural locations. Burgum says they are trying to get baseline testing in that area. The goal is to test as many people as possible from those communities – including those showing no symptoms of COVID-19.He said by proving the testing concept and identifying COVID-19 carriers earlier, the state can improve its contact tracing and further slow the spread of the virus.One of...

April 3, 2020
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American Red Cross helping families displaced by Minot apartment fire

American Red Cross helping families displaced by Minot apartment fire

The American Red Cross is helping several families affected by the Minot apartment fire early this morning on 3rd Avenue Southeast.Disaster workers are providing financial assistance for emergency lodging and to help meet immediate needs such as food, clothing and other essential items that may have been lost in the fire.Health and mental health services are also available through the Red Cross. Anyone who has been displaced by this fire can contact the 24-hour disaster assistance hotline at 1-844-29CROSS.Red Cross volunteers also provided canteen services to the firefighters and other...

February 26, 2020
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Meet the First Democratic Candidate in the 2020 Governor’s Race

Meet the First Democratic Candidate in the 2020 Governor’s Race

The first Democrat threw her name in the hat for the Governor’s race.Dickinson Veterinarian Shelley Lenz is seeking the Democratic endorsement.She runs two clinics; one in Killdeer and the other in Dickinson. Lenz also runs a non-profit, Sustainable Vets International, that focuses on economic development in underserved communities.She’s originally from Ohio and has never held a political office before.Lenz said she’s running to bring western North Dakota communities to the forefront of political discussion. She said current state politics aren’t putting much focus in the west.“There is a...

January 31, 2020
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Watch: This is why you slow down when driving in slippery conditions

Watch: This is why you slow down when driving in slippery conditions

It’s a common admonition: Slow down, be alert when driving on highways in snowy, slippery conditions.And always watch the road ahead for sudden traffic slowdowns and vehicles pulled to the side of the road.Nothing better illustrates why these cautionary words should be heeded than a video from the Montana Highway Patrol that is making the rounds online.McKenzie County Emergency Management posted the video to its . They got their link from a post on a miscellaneous stories of interest website called “.”The video captures the images and sounds or a horrendous truck-car accident, additional...

December 13, 2019
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‘Mount Fargo’ at 14,000 truckloads of snow so far

‘Mount Fargo’ at 14,000 truckloads of snow so far

Check out what’s been piling up in Fargo.City workers call this Mount Fargo.It is the largest snow dump in the metro — reaching 75 feet at its peak.And city officials say it is the highest it’s ever been on record.The pile has about 14,000 truckloads of snow, and it’s only January.Last year, Mount Fargo reached 60 feet by the end of the season and didn’t melt until July 9.× Close Ad

January 21, 2020
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ND students praise new eSports program

ND students praise new eSports program

Mandan High School is one of 14 schools in the state to take up eSports and their first-ever season is about to come to an end.The new eSports teams in our state have caused a bit of controversy. There are many people who believe this isn’t a sport and a waste of school money, but others say it gives students an opportunity to be part of a team.KX talked to some of the students of the Mandan eSports team members to see how its been since it first started.Sean Seefeld is one of the 16 students who are apart of the Mandan High school eSports Team. He won’t argue with anyone about the aspect...

December 11, 2019
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Minot Air Force Base to conduct Air Force Salute flyover to honor ND essential workers on May 18

Minot Air Force Base to conduct Air Force Salute flyover to honor ND essential workers on May 18

On Monday, May 18, a B-52H Stratofortress from the Minot Air Force Base is scheduled to fly over medical facilities in Bismarck, Fargo, Grand Forks and Minot.This flyover, known as an Air Force Salute, is to honor front line responders and express Minot AFB’s and the Air Force’s gratitude for all medical and healthcare professionals, essential employees, and volunteers in the fight against COVID-19.The plane will pass over St Alexius Health and Sanford Medical Center in Bismarck, Sanford Medical Center Fargo, Altru Hospital in Grand Forks, and finally Trinity Medical Center in Minot.Lt....

May 16, 2020
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Great River Energy to close Coal Creek Station

Great River Energy to close Coal Creek Station

Great River Energy has announced they’re closing the Coal Creek Station in the second half of 2022. GRE says they are willing to consider options to sell the plant as well. Coal Creek Station has been in operation in Underwood since 1979 and employs 260 people.Governor Burgum announced after the release that his office is actively engaging with GRE to look into selling to a third party.“While this news is disappointing, Lt. Gov. Sanford and I are more determined than ever to find a path forward for Coal Creek Station that preserves high-paying jobs and keeps North Dakota’s most efficient...

May 7, 2020
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State health officials confirm two additional cases of coronavirus in North Dakota

State health officials confirm two additional cases of coronavirus in North Dakota

Coronavirus Information CenterTwo more cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in North Dakota, one in Cass County and one in Ward County, according to the North Dakota Department of Health.The individual from Cass County has a history of international travel; the public health investigation continues in both cases.The individual who tested positive for COVID-19 from Cass County is a woman in her 20s and the individual from Ward County is a man in his 60s. So far in North Dakota, 223 individuals have been tested, 220 were negative and 3 are positive. “We anticipate there will be additional...

March 17, 2020
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