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Supply shortage limits COVID-19 antibody treatment in ND

BISMARCK – Increased demand and limited supply have led to a change in how COVID-19 monoclonal antibody treatments will be distributed across the nation, impacting the availability of treatment for those infected with COVID-19, according to the North Dakota Department of Health. “While ...

Donna Kajune sentenced to time served, 18 months probation, for child neglect

Donna Jean Kajune, 25, Minot, was sentenced on Friday to 360 days in jail, all suspended but the 56 days she already served in the Ward County Jail, and 18 months of supervised probation for failing to immediately take a 5-month-old girl to the hospital for medical care March 19. The baby had a ...

Developer celebrates reopening of Rugby apartments

RUGBY – Affordable Housing Developers Inc. (AHDI) celebrated the Grand Reopening of Courtyard Apartments, an independent living community for households age 62 or older, Thursday in Rugby. The property, which was originally constructed in 1981, required extensive structural repairs. ...

Campfires and Kids

WASHBURN -- He calls it “outdoors lessons for the real world”. He is Geremy Olson, owner/producer of 241 Ink Productions in Washburn and author of the just released book “Campfires, Kids and the Outdoors.” That Olson authored a book is in itself quite an accomplishment. He’s ...