Over 600 Runners & Walkers in 11th Annual Running of the Pink

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – Over 600 runners and walkers from all over were in Jamestown for one single cause Saturday. Everyone was there to raise money for breast and cervical cancer research. The 11th Annual Running of the Pink was held on June 2nd. Created by Casey Stoudt and Doug Kloudt, the event has...
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Eight Motorcycle Chapters Ride 160 Miles for Non-Profits

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – 8 different motorcycle clubs and chapters from the region spent a windy Saturday afternoon riding to raise money for area non-profits of their choice. Stutsman Harley-Davidson General Manager John Seifert says the 8 chapters participating chose a non-profit that they wanted funds raised to be donated to. Clubs that participated...
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Spring Planting Power Packs 2018 (Photos & Video)

We’ve officially begun our 2018 Spring Planting Power Pack deliveries! For the next few days, radio members will be taking out the Radio Rover to deliver packs filled with delicious and useful items to our area farmers and ranchers. If you see the Rover, wave it down for a pack! Like our station Big...
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Spring Planting Power Packs 2018 (Video)

Your favorite radio DJ’s and sales staff are excited to head out into the field this Spring to deliver more of our Spring Planting Power Packs! We want farmers in the area to know that we appreciate what they do to bring our food and products to us! Keep an eye out for the...
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107 Jamestown Freshmen Become CERT Certified Thursday

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – 107 Jamestown High School Freshmen graduated the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) program Thursday. The hands-on course taught students about emergency preparedness, fire safety, medical triage, disaster medical, search and rescue and more by professional emergency responders from Stutsman County. Assistant Emergency Manager Kim Franklin led the disaster scenario Thursday...
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Jamestown Students Join In First Education Day at Buffalo Museum

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – Students from several different Jamestown Schools came to the Buffalo Museum to learn about the history of the area in a first ever education day May 2nd. Students were met with several stations that included information on the science of teepee design, prairie grasslands, the bison bone puzzle, buffalo hunters...
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Superhero Fun Run Walk and Stroller roll in Valley City

VALLEY CITY, N.D. ( – Several people dressed up as their favorite Superhero on April 28th to run and walk in honor of Prevent Child Abuse Month in Valley City. The 5K run, walk and stroller roll began in Pioneer Park and ended there with several door prizes drawn after the race. The money...
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Over 160 Register for 1st Ever Bunny Hop/Rabbit Run for Mary’s Place

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – With just around $90,000 left to raise, Jamestown Safe Shelter has set out to raise money to finishing funding Mary’s Place. Safe Shelter Executive Director Lynne Tally says once complete, Mary’s Place will provide a safe place for affected individuals. Tally says they will hope to have the housing units...
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