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Bill to amend North Dakota’s filial statute sent to Burgum

BISMARCK - Shortly after Durant "Phil" Shook died, his four children got a letter in the mail notifying them a nursing home was suing them for more than $43,000 in unpaid bills related to their

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Trinity Health Associates Receive Eagle Award

Danya Brown, RN, with Trinity Health’s Labor & Delivery, cared for her nominator’s daughter while she was in the hospital. “It was an extremely long stay, but Ms. Danya always made the days bearable,” the nominator

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BSC to move health sciences classes back to campus

BISMARCK, N.D. - Bismarck State College is going to be moving their health sciences classes back to campus. They will be submitting a letter to the Bismarck City Commission on Tuesday to end the lease on

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CHI St. Alexius nurses are now unionized

Registered nurses at CHI St. Alexius in Bismarck have voted to join the Minnesota Nurses Association (MNA). The decision to unionize was announced today after two days of voting. “St. Alexius nurses want to provide top

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