CARRINGTON, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – Canadian Pacific’s Holiday Train is ready to stop in communities and warm hearts for their 17th year.
Every year, the Holiday train travels through dozens of communities and raises food and cash donations for North American Food Banks. Individuals are encouraged to attend each community stop in the U.S. as it travels across the U.S. Northwest and Midwest.
The train is scheduled to make stops in Enderlin, Carrington and Harvey between December 14th and 15th. Click here for the full schedule.
This year’s concerts will feature Kira Isabella, Wes Mack, Doc Walker, and Chic Gamine. Residents are encouraged to make a donation to local food banks with either food items or cash. All donations stay local.
Virginia Kamoni, 74 Jamestown, ND died early Friday morning November 27, 2015 at Essentia Health in Fargo, ND.
Virginia Redinger was born February 26, 1941 at Tappen, North Dakota, the daughter of William Redinger and Rachel (Wittmier) Redinger. She received her elementary education in the local school at Eldridge, ND and later attended Jamestown High School.
She worked for Dakota Bake ‘N Serve and Western Gear in Jamestown. She also worked at the Senior Citizen Center. She enjoyed Bowling and playing bingo.
Services are pending.
An online guest book is available at www.hautfuneralhome.com.
VALLEY CITY, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) -I couldn’t be more proud of this team! Our boys were on a mission and they all knew what they needed to do. This was West Fargo’s first Eastern Dakota Conference loss in five years. What a fun day, and what a fun squad to coach.
Coach Hansen told the boys Friday’s practice was the best practice he’s witnessed in years and it showed today.
The Hi-Liners move to 2-0 in the EDC and are in first place. It’s only November and we have along ways to go, but we are on the right track.
Off to Fargo North on Tuesday JV at 6:30 Varsity at 7:00. North will put mostly a full team on the mat.
JAMESTOWN, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – Some residents and businesses have yet to receive the “Are You Prepared?” booklets distributed by the Stutsman County Emergency Planning Committee due to some production and distribution issues.
Emergency Manager Jerry Bergquist reports that some of the booklets in the initial print order were of poor quality and needed to be reprinted, adding several days to the distribution time line. Books should now have arrived to individuals by yesterday or today, Saturday.
Click here to read more about the booklets and what they offer to all the residents of Stutsman County.