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Kevin Wallevand

Kevin Wallevand has been a Reporter at WDAY-TV since 1983. He is a native of Vining, Minnesota in Otter Tail County. His series and documentary work have brought him to Africa, Vietnam, Haiti, Kosovo, South America, Mongolia, Juarez,Mexico and the Middle East. He is an multiple Emmy and national Edward R. Murrow award recipient.

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Ken Anderson was a farmer, plant worker and mail carrier. Sometimes he was all of them at once. A father of five living on the home settled in 1907 just south of Jamestown.
The last time we visited with Breckenridge High School senior Dylan Bakken, he told WDAY News his dream of becoming a farmer.
Some say it's not Christmas without lefse, but just south of Fergus Falls, a farm family doesn't just make it for themselves, they sell from the road in a drive-thru lefse stand.
Those shiny red Case IH tractors that roll off the assembly line in Fargo often head to farmers here in the Upper Midwest. But Case tractors built right here are also shipped all over the world, including the coldest place on earth.
It was exactly 25 years ago that WDAY News brought the story of Ottertail dairy farmer Pete Thalmann patiently waiting for a new heart at Mayo Clinic. He waited six months there, his heart barely functioning. Time was running out until Thanksgiving in 1997, and a nearby family's unselfish gift of life.
The Breckenridge, Minnesota, teenager may still be in high school, but he's getting an incredible education on the farm.
There is no other place on earth where a farm crisis looms larger than Ukraine. Now, North Dakota farmers are reaching out across an ocean to help.
In Mayville, North Dakota, they're preparing for a celebration that's been 150 years in the making.
If you were to take a look at a map of eastern North Dakota, all the state's little creeks and streams dump into rivers, and is one reason flood flights are so complex. Flood protection miles from the metro is helping cities, farmers and homeowners all over this part of the state.
Near Hatton a washout that has taken part of a farm field and road.