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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Benefit For Motorcycle Crash Victim Ahoe Sunday; Transfer To Fargo Hospital 2 Days Later

A Williston, N.D., man will transported to a Fargo medical center Tuesday from the Minot hospital where he’s been treated since a June 1 motorcycle crash left him dealing with quadriplegia, according to a family member. Dennis Ahoe, 59, will be transferred from Minot Trinity Hospital, which has cared for him since the crash, to Sanford…
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Disabled N.D. Motorcyclist Moves Step Closer To Specialized Care

  Benefit for Williston’s Dennis Ahoe set for Sunday, same day as birthday Less than a week before both his 60th birthday and a benefit to raise money on his behalf, a Williston, N.D., man disabled in a June motorcycle crash moved a big step closer to gaining access to accredited spinal cord rehabilitation. Dennis Ahoe…
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Benefit Planned For Wife, Baby Son Of Grand Forks County Sheriff’s Deputy Injured In 2006

A November benefit is planned to help the wife and son of a Grand Forks County sheriff’s deputy who himself has overcome adversity. Chris Hutton’s right leg was amputated below the knee after Hutton, who was riding his motorcycle, was struck by a hit-and-run driver in July 2006. The twice-deployed National Guard soldier soon returned to his law…
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