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A Hunter’s Tale

“I Walk on Water” says his ice-fishing sweatshirt. But Steve Eickhoff would be the first to say several people walked on water the day he suffered a heart attack while hunting

Revolutionizing Surgical Care

A multi-disciplinary team of Sanford employees overhauled the way that knee and joint-replacement patients were prepared for and cared for after surgery.

The Return of Smiling Eyes

You’d never know it by watching him today, but at age 3, Lincoln Deibert could barely function -- no facial expressions, no talking, no walking. See how pediatric therapy turned his life around!

Home Sweet Home

Eyes sparkling and a ready smile, little Kolton loves trucks, shovels … and hugs. A new, innovative approach to care makes a happy difference for kids with special health needs. Parents like it, too!

Life Without Limits

Barbara Angerhofer knew where her incontinence was likely to lead and wanted a different lifestyle. Surgery gave her back her freedom and the ability to live life without her eye on the bathroom door.

Baby Blue Eyes

Baby Isaac sits on his dad’s lap grinning. “I wanna be an all-star” says his onesie. Thanks to early detection of a serious medical problem, prompt pediatric surgery and winning parents, he’s already there.

Miracle in the Woods

Who could’ve predicted the Pratt family’s New Year’s Eve Odyssey? Or the string of miracles that saved the life of their beloved father? “Nobody could have scripted this better,” says daughter Claudia.

The Littlest Angels

A neonatal intensive care nurse in Fargo, Alexia Stein had helped hundreds of tiny babies survive, thrive and go home. Why not her own? What can possibly help the Stein family get through this heartbreaking time?

See How She Runs

A fierce competitor on the grade school soccer field, today Laura Roesler takes the running world by storm. But she’s still that quiet North Dakota girl with a kind, soft heart.

A Woman Knows...

Marsha Holman knew she needed surgery to remove a large uterine fibroid. But she wasn't quite ready for a hysterectomy or a lengthy recovery. Welcome to the world of robotic OB/GYN surgery!