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Team Coverage

Several of us from WDAZ  had a pretty good weekend.  We went to Minneapolis to “pick up” an Upper Midwest Regional Emmy Award for Team Coverage. Our win was even sweeter knowing we had been in competition with television stations … Continue reading

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Eye Opener

Happy to be able to tell you that a former WDAZer is soon to be an anchor of a nationally-televised morning news show out of Dallas.  Brooke Thomas began her television career at Channel 8 in Devils Lake several years … Continue reading

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Tonight on WDAZ News @6

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Tonight

Tonight on WDAZ News @6.

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WDAY now airs 5 p.m. news

WDAY now airs 5 p.m. news By Garrett Richie Herald Staff Writer For the first time since the flood of 1997, viewers of WDAZ’s local 5 p.m. Monday broadcast didn’t see local Grand Forks anchors. According to a press release, … Continue reading

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Now You See Him, Now You Don’t

Astute viewers of WDAZ News @5 will notice something different about the broadcast tonight.  For the first time in the better part of two decades, I won’t be on it.  Instead, my buddy Robin Huebner will be anchoring the newscast … Continue reading

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Thank You

Last night on television I said our viewers have never let us down, not one time.   It’s true. Certainly they didn’t let us down yesterday when they filled the big Whalen’s truck with Food For Friends in WDAZ’s first ever one-day food … Continue reading

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Food For Friends

Wednesday, June 4 6 AM – 6 PM WDAZ-TV 2220 South Washington Street Grand Forks

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My Jack Benny Anniversary

Thanks, everybody, for the nice comments about my first thirty-nine years at WDAZ, or as Pat Sweeney calls it my Jack Benny anniversary.  (Pat & I are the only two in the newsroom old enough to get the reference.) It’s … Continue reading

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Remembering ’97

It’s the seventeenth anniversary of the 1997 Red River Valley flood.  Pictured above along with yours truly is reporter Laura Gallegos and photographer Brian McKenty on the day President Bill Clinton and his cabinet came to Grand Forks to look at the devastation from … Continue reading

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