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SD forum planned this week on protecting Arab, Muslim, Sikh, and South Asian communities
Fargo's champions: City has 26 of state's biggest trees, holds them dear
Gunfire in crowded Ohio nightclub kills one, wounds 15
Endometriosis is 'expected agony' for sufferers
Car goes airborne, hits ceiling in Boston tunnel; one dead
crime and courts
nation and world
MDU enters power purchase agreement for Thunder Spirit Wind project near Hettinger
U.S. oil rig count recovers to end 2016 near year-ago levels
New state regulations will affect repairs of pipeline
ND oil production up 7 percent, returns above 1 million barrels a day
Oil pipeline spill near Belfield estimated at 176,000 gallons
Who do you think you are?
Remembering what Lent is for
Monopoly kicks three classic pieces out of board game
Millennial credit history may be leading to higher interest rate loans
It's time to move: ABLE sets campaign goal of $500,000 to complete construction of 4 group homes
Athanasiou converts in OT as Red Wings nip Wild
Kinglets can brighten a March day
Professor weighs in on declining walleye stocks in Lake Winnipeg
Dokken: Having a blast with a fishing partner from the past
Cook: Late-ice lake trout prove cooperative
Veeder: Motherhood means holding on tight as you're letting go
Swift: Hairstyling technique not all it is wrapped up to be
'Bright sadness' describes Lenten journey at Fargo church
Planning the spring garden calendar
Fielding Questions: Rabbit damage can ruin evergreens
Karl J. Paluck
Edwin "Ed" V. Novotny
Robert "Bob" E. Hanson
Heidt and Horner plan wedding
Kristianson and Kilwein
Olson and Steffan
Engagement: Pottorff and Schank
Staff at Bully Pulpit Golf Course are ready for the season to begin
Recipe for good: Elks' eatery, events help fund scholarships, youth activities
Hidden gem: Medora officials work all year in preparation for the busy summer season
Boots Bar & Grill ready for another exciting season
Perfecting 'Players': Restaurant manager on delicious mission
Worlds Greatest City Wide Garage Sale
Honoring our Firefighters
June 9, 2015
Sanford extends telemedicine to doctor’s office
FARGO — Patients at Sanford Health now will be able to have video visits with primary care doctors for minor health problems. The video visits, available on desktop computers and smartphones for patients who already have a relationship with a primary-care doctor, initially will...
June 9, 2015 - 11:29pm
October 22, 2014
Group of doctors: ‘Measure 1 is good for North Dakota’
FARGO — A group of 60 physicians in the state offered a “second opinion” to North Dakota’s “right to life” amendment Wednesday, saying they support the ballot measure and don’t fear it will lead to the wide-ranging unintended consequences its opponents have discussed. During...
October 22, 2014 - 9:48pm
April 7, 2014
Smith: Improving rural health care through broadband, bringing doctors to their patients
Lost in the political squabbling surrounding the Affordable Care Act is the extraordinary work of our nation’s doctors. For generations, they have been the backbone of our health care system — from those doctors of a bygone era who made house calls to the cutting-edge medical...
April 7, 2014 - 4:34pm
April 6, 2014
Getting more doctors for N.D.: A key retention tool, in-state residencies, is maxed out now but officials expect more
Michelle Placke grew up in the small town of Beulah with a dentist for a father and a nurse for a mother, so she knew she wanted to be a doctor...
April 6, 2014 - 9:59pm
February 15, 2014
Fight against bad medicine: Medical community teams up with law enforcement to combat prescription abuse from the inside
As prescription drug addiction becomes an ever-increasing problem in North Dakota, members of the medical and law enforcement community are working together to try and stop it before it starts. “It’s becoming a national epidemic,” said John Vastag, co-chairman of Reducing Pharmaceutical...
February 15, 2014 - 11:21pm
January 13, 2014
Omdahl: 65,000 people and no additional doctors
The shortage of primary care physicians in North Dakota just got worse. It was approaching a crisis situation before expansion of Medicaid kicked...
January 13, 2014 - 12:59pm
January 4, 2014
Early days of Obamacare bring trickle, not flood, of patients
By Sharon Begley and Lewis Krauskopf Reuters NEW YORK — U.S. medical providers are seeing only a trickle of patients newly insured under President Barack Obama’s health care law, as insurers, hospitals and doctors try to work out any hitches in coverage. More than 2 million...
January 4, 2014 - 9:00pm
March 10, 2013
Finding doctors in ND: Majority come from within
GRAND FORKS -- Before being hired by Altru Health System last year, Dr. Jason Go saw Grand Forks as just another town along the interstate between...
March 10, 2013 - 12:00am
January 16, 2013
UND admins push for new medical school
BISMARCK -- University of North Dakota leaders were hoping Tuesday to convince legislators that the most expensive option for expanding its medical school would be the best value for the state. The UND representatives spoke to the Senate Appropriations Committee to provide details...
January 16, 2013 - 12:00am
November 11, 2012
FOTB: Doctor, Doctor: Couple helps out with Williston's health care demands
WILLISTON -- Patients of Dr. Shu-Ming Wang are surprised to hear the Chinese doctor has a hint of a Southern accent. Wang, who recently moved...
November 11, 2012 - 12:00am
June 6, 2010
Study: Radiation boosts prostate cancer survival
CHICAGO (AP) -- Doctors are reporting a key advance in treating men with cancer that has started to spread beyond the prostate: survival is significantly better if radiation is added to standard hormone treatments. Results of the study were given Sunday at a cancer conference, where...
June 6, 2010 - 5:40pm
February 5, 2009
Doctors separate conjoined infants
PARIS (AP) -- An operation to separate conjoined twin boys from Madagascar was successful and the babies are "doing well," doctors at a Paris...
February 5, 2009 - 11:50am
March 7, 2008
N.D. doctors are critical of WSI
BISMARCK -- North Dakota doctors described to legislators on Thursday a state workers' compensation system in which their medical care decisions are often interfered with by non-medically trained bureaucrats and in which the paperwork and low reimbursement is not worth the trouble...
March 7, 2008 - 12:00am