Weather service predicts Red River in Fargo to crest at 39 to 41 feet; 40 percent chance of setting record
FARGO – Forecasters are advising flood fighters to prepare for a Red River crest here between 39 and 41 feet, with a predicted midrange crest of 40.3 feet.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Forecasters will issue a new flood prediction today to give flood fighters guidance about the expected magnitude and timing of the impending Red River flood. The new outlook, the first new crest predictions in nearly four weeks, will be based on possible weather scenarios over the next two weeks, given expected temperature and precipitation ranges.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Sandbag Central will return to action as the city gears up for a flood fight that took on a new urgency after heavy wet snow blanketed the Red River Valley.RELATED CONTENT
Seeks to give North Dakota pharmacists more active role
FARGO – Caregivers’ best efforts to treat costly chronic diseases can suffer when patients fail to take their medications as prescribed.
FARGO - Young women have told Bette Grande that they didn’t go through with an abortion because they saw an ultrasound of their unborn child. She was the sponsor of a law four years ago requiring that ultrasound images be available for women considering an abortion.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – It might seem startling to learn that doctors can detect a fetal heartbeat as early as six weeks or slightly less. That capability has been highlighted in the ongoing debate about North Dakota’s new law banning abortions after detection of a fetal heartbeat. But fetal heart monitoring is nothing new to medicine; the methodology has been available through ultrasound since 1958.
Move followed staunch criticism from Minnesota AG
FARGO – Sanford Health’s top executive, who recently termed a presence in the Twin Cities an “inevitability,” announced Wednesday that the health system is withdrawing from merger talks with Fairview Health Services.
FARGO – Sanford Health, faced with sharp political opposition from the Minnesota capitol, is suspending merger talks with Twin Cities-based Fairview Health Services.
FARGO – The possible merger of Sanford Health and Fairview Health Services faces an uncertain path forward after a rocky meeting Sunday exploring the union and a competing offer by the University of Minnesota.RELATED CONTENT
Although areas impaired, quality is good overall, officials say
FARGO – The Red River has long had problems with cloudiness, mercury contamination in fish and, in spots, fecal bacteria pollution.
A year ago, the Mayville State athletic department was $425,691 in debt. The future was uncertain. The outlook appeared grim.
Doug Peters, David Herbster and Gregory Walaitis. Among these three names is the next athletic director at Minnesota State Moorhead, the person who will attempt to lead the Dragons into a new age.
NCAA Division II members shot down a proposal last month that would have fractured football playoffs into two tiers based on scholarship levels.
Minnesota State Moorhead center Kyle Nelson may not be finished after all.
The North Dakota State College of Science men’s basketball team extended its winning streak to 14 games Wednesday night with a victory against Lake Region State.
Minnesota-Crookston’s announcement this week that it will remain in NCAA Division II and the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference could have serious ramifications for Minnesota State Moorhead and other poorly funded league schools.
The two favorites in the race for the Dakota Athletic Conference men’s basketball title will square off Saturday when Jamestown College hosts defending league champion Mayville State at 6 p.m. at the Jamestown Civic Center.