‘9-1-1 Call If You Can. Text If You Can’t’

Text to 9-1-1 became available statewide in North Dakota early this month, according to North Dakota 9-1-1. It’s available to customers of any of the six cellular carriers operating in the state: AT&T, Sagebrush, Sprint, SRT, T-Mobile and Verizon. Via text, you can now reach 9-1-1 in an emergency, and that message will be routed…
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Meet Three NDAD Clients In Latest Insider

View the latest edition of the charitable nonprofit NDAD’s Insider newsletter, which is available in PDF form. You’ll meet Fargo’s Shirley Ann Robideau, a woman with multiple disabling circumstances who is more mobile and independent again, thanks to help from NDAD. You’ll also meet a Minot stroke victim and his partner / caregiver who have…
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Video On Special Exercise Subjects Is Something EPIC

Watch a new video by Molly Feland about the Endless Possibilities In Cycling (EPIC) class at Choice Health & Fitness in Grand Forks.The class is held from 4:30 to 5 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays. The class for individuals with special needs is about to begin its third year.Special education teacher Karen Lauer is EPIC class instructor and leader.The video…
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NDAD Application Process Begins For 3rd Faye Gibbens Memorial Grant

NDAD is pleased to announce the start of its application process for the third Faye Gibbens Memorial Grant, named for the statewide charitable nonprofit’s late co-founder and longtime program services leader. As it has twice before since the grant’s debut in 2015, NDAD will award a $5,000 grant to a North Dakota agency/organization to be…
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Dessert Benefit For Gretchen Graf Set For Tuesday In Grand Forks

Gretchen Graf has been a pastor and teacher in Grand Forks and East Grand Forks since 1993. Eight years ago, she was diagnosed with myelofibrosis, a form of chronic leukemia and prevents bone marrow from making blood. In August, Gretchen will begin a bone marrow transplant process with her sister as her donor. Gretchen and…
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