‘Stronger Every Day’: Benefit 11am-2pm Saturday For Forks Man Hurt In Train-vehicle Collision

By Mike Brue Home is where Kyle Johnson’s heart is. He’d like to be there, too. The 28-year-old hasn’t seen his Grand Forks residence, which he shares with his parents, since leaving for his job with the Grand Forks Public Health department’s Mosquito Control team the morning of Aug. 21, 2013. Around 8:30 a.m. that…
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Benefit For Man, 28, Injured In Grand Forks Train Accident Just Days Away

ONLY DAYS AWAY NOW: The Kourage for Kyle Johnson Benefit on the sixth floor of the Grand Forks County Office Building is Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Hope you’re going to be there to show your support.The benefit for Kyle, an employee of the Grand Forks Health Department’s Mosquito Control division who was…
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Injured? Disabled? NDAD’s Free Equipment Loan Program May Come In Handy

Marilyn and Jim Larimore didn’t need the new bed rails and Drive walkers they received in error via a shipping mix-up. When the seller told the Grand Forks couple to keep the merchandise at no charge, the Larimores decided to make sure the equipment ended up with “somebody able to use it, who really needed…
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BENEFIT FOR HUTTONS SATURDAY: Positive Outlook, Humor, Appreciation Helps Family Cope With Adversity

By Mike Brue RURAL GRAND FORKS When Chris Hutton learned last year that his wife was pregnant, “it seemed at that point,” he recalled, “it was the happiest news I’d had in a long time.” Then came the past six months, when, he said, “everything was going on.” “And seeing him now. . . .”…
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Paralyzed Motorcyclist, Moved To Fargo, ‘really Happy’ With Med Rehab Access

Paralyzed North Dakota motorcyclist Dennis Ahoe continues to go through spinal cord rehabilitation at Sanford Health in Fargo, his daughter says. Ahoe, 60, of Williston, was moved to Fargo from Minot Trinity Hospital a week ago Tuesday. Ahoe had been a patient since June 1 at Minot Trinity after a U.S. Highway 2 motorcycle crash…
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