STAFF BLOG THE DULLUM FILE Grafton Relay for Life
A shot of Stacie & me in the WDAZ live van (8-track tapeplayer not visible), as we wait for Typhoon Wheeler to subside at Grand Forks Relay for Life last Friday. The shot was taken by Dullum File... Posted on 6/5/13 at 5:55 AM
HEALTHY TIDBITS Financial Help for Cancer Patients
Financial Assistance to Cancer Patients:
Each hospital/clinic has a community care or financial assistance programs. Some clinics have extra funds.
Circle of Hope provides financial resources to bre... Posted on 6/3/13 at 7:52 AM
HEALTH BEAT 5 health messages from Angelina Jolie
It's been more than two weeks since actress Angelina Jolie revealed the bombshell story of her preventive double mastectomy, and I'm still trying to wrap my head around the implications.
This was a n... Posted on 5/31/13 at 12:37 PM
ASTRO BOB Shadows run and hide at Lahaina Noon
Notice anything odd about this photo? It was taken earlier this week in Honolulu, Hawaii. The sun is out - you can see that - but something's missing. Look around the bottom of the level ... hmm, wh... Posted on 5/29/13 at 1:08 PM
THE FARM BLEAT Birthdays and spinnerbaits
Imagine a future with more birthdays a future without cancer.
It never hurts to dream big!
The American Cancer Society is celebrating its 100th birthday May 22 and, with it, the many milestones it ... Posted on 5/21/13 at 4:07 PM
Casselton, ND (WDAY TV) - The sidewalks of the park next to the Casselton Reservoir are lined with 13-hundred luminary bags tonight. All to honor someone fighting cancer or someone who has lost the battle.
A Grand Forks man got to see just how many people support him and his family as he battles pancreatic cancer. The benefit, held at the American Legion in East Grand Forks, brought together hundreds of people for the cause.
14-year-old Ali Borgen has lost her nearly four-year long fight with leukemia. The Grand Forks girl had recently been moved home for hospice care after being in and out of Mayo clinic in Rochester, MN, for treatment.
Jamestown, ND (WDAY TV) - In a different gesture of help, there's a group of "manly men" covered in the color pink cruising the United States. It's taking time off from fighting fires and is on a mission to support women and the fight against cancer.
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