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Longtime WDAZ anchor Terry Dullum has announced he is retiring from the Grand Forks, N.D. ABC affiliate.
“Terry Dullum will be greatly missed. He’s had a huge impact on our station and our community,” WDAZ station manager Rob Horken said in a statement.
Dullum has worked at WDAZ for 39 years.
“Terry Dullum is the finest person I have ever worked with in television news,” said WDAZ news director Julie Moravchik. “He is talented, kind, caring, hard-working, an all-around class act. We will miss him tremendously, but I am just honored I had the opportunity to work with him.”
The station said Dullum’s last day will be one week from Friday.