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A Dickinson man will be honored at The Stars of Life Biennial celebration on Monday to honor his strong commitment to emergency medical care. Colton Belmore, a flight paramedic with Sanford AirMed, will be recognized as an individual who epitomiz...

A Dickinson man will be honored at The Stars of Life Biennial celebration on Monday to honor his strong commitment to emergency medical care.
Colton Belmore, a flight paramedic with Sanford AirMed, will be recognized as an individual who epitomizes EMS missions, according to a release.
Belmore works full time in Rugby in addition to serving as a medic with the North Dakota National Guard.
Cory Ash promoted to assistant manager


Cory Ash, a physical therapist at RehabVisions, has been promoted to assistant manager at the outpatient clinic. Ash, a graduate of University of North Dakota and now a board-certified therapist, will assume his new role while continuing to evaluate and treat patients.

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