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GRAND FORKS COUNTY

"People don't want to talk about it, even within our family there probably were not a lot of people that even knew my daughter had a mental health diagnosis because we did keep it very close to us," said Katelynn Berry's mother Carmell Mattison.
A 34-year-old Langdon, N.D., man suffered life-threatening injuries after crashing into a train. He was transported to Altru Hospital in Grand Forks.
Richard Sonterre was driving a homemade go-cart through a work zone along U.S. Highway 2.
The change is attributed to low active case numbers and hospitalizations, according to Dr. Joel Walz, the county's health officer.

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WDAY News Reporter Andreas Haffar gives an exclusive, in-depth look at the Grand Forks COVID-19 vaccination site at the Alerus Center.
About 10.7% of Grand Forks County residents were totally vaccinated — with two shots — according to Health Department data as of Feb. 24.
GRAND FORKS — To align with the statewide mask mandate announced late Friday night, Nov. 13, Grand Forks County Health Officer Dr. Joel Walz has rescinded the mask mandate he signed just hours earlier.
Early voting in person began at 10 a.m. Monday, Oct. 26.
The state announced late Tuesday night that 50 soldiers from the North Dakota National Guard will be shifted from notifying close contacts to calling residents who have tested positive.
GRAND FORKS — The 2020 election will be a unique one, and voting will look different from state to state, and county to county.

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BISMARCK — The number of active COVID-19 cases in North Dakota dropped as the state added 170 new cases of the virus, the North Dakota Department of Health announced Monday morning, Sept. 7.
Bismarck's Burleigh County reported 78 new cases, leading the state. Jamestown's Stutsman County added 49 new cases, while Fargo's Cass County reported 45 new cases.
If granted by President Donald Trump, the disaster declaration would free up public funds from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to help North Dakota municipalities and counties repair infrastructure and roads damaged by the storms.

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