Buffalo Mall “Stuff the Bus” Program Returns

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – The Buffalo Mall will again be sponsoring the annual back to school “Stuff the Bus” program this fall. According to Buffalo Mall Manager Bev Dawson, a donation site will be setup at the Buffalo Mall entrance or Gate City Bank beginning July 30th. “We encourage everyone to donate school supplies...
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JREC Prepares Free E-Commerce & Social Media Marketing Event

CARRINGTON, N.D. ( – The Jamestown Regional Entrepreneur Center has set their E-Commerce & Social Media Marketing training on September 6th. The self-employment focused event will feature information pertaining to promoting a business and sales through social media and the internet. JREC Executive Director Katherine Roth says e-commerce growth continues to grow nationally. Roth...
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Ostlie’s Sunnyside Acres 4th Annual Hops Harvestour

CARRINGTON, N.D. ( – Ostlie’s Sunnyside Acres will be hosting their 4th annual hops event this August south of Carrington. Mike and Lindsay Ostlie own a farm roughly 9 miles south of Carrington and grow hops, a crop used primarily as a flavoring and stability agent in beer. On August 4th, they will be...
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Early Saturday Pursuit in Jamestown Results in Arrest

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – Jamestown Police arrested a man following a brief chase that started just after midnight Saturday. The Jamestown Police Department reports that after an officer attempted to arrest 25 year-old Levi Guthmiller in the 200 block of 4th Ave. SW. Guthmiller rapidly sped and traveled a few miles outside of Jamestown...
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North Dakota Ethanol Plant Looks to Commercial Fish Market

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) – A company that runs corn ethanol plants in North Dakota is looking into using barley for bio-fuel and a feed product for commercial fisheries. The Bismarck Tribune reports the North Dakota Industrial Commission approved a more than $83,000 grant to Midwest Ag Energy Group to research the new markets. CEO...
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Farm Group Wants Protections in Farm Bill to Offset Tariffs

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) – North Dakota’s biggest farm group wants increased crop subsidies and other revenue loss protections in the compromise version of the massive federal farm bill. North Dakota Farmers Union President Mark Watne says it’s needed to guard against retaliatory tariffs on U.S. agriculture exports. Watne says that’s the message he’s bringing...
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Flex Pace Program Providing Opportunities to Area Businesses

VALLEY CITY, N.D. ( – A Flex Pace low interest low is available to qualifying businesses in Barnes County thanks to a $4.5 million dollar grant. Barnes County Valley City Director of Economic Development Jennifer Feist says some businesses have taken advantage of the low interest loan. Blush Boutique owners Penny and Bryan Wolla...
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Valley City Teenager Leaves School District due to Racial Slurs & Bullying

VALLEY CITY, N.D. ( – Nikita Shipp of Valley City says her 14-year-old daughter was subjected to bullying and racial slurs for more than a year as a middle school student in the Valley City Public School District. Shipp told KVLY news that she went to school leaders for help. She said one boy...
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Farm Talk w/ Mick Kjar