Utilizing Boat Ramps in North Dakota This Summer

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – Boat ramps are far and few between and for some, accessing them can be difficult. North Dakota Game & Fish Wildlife Biologist Doug Leier says individuals should be mindful when using a boat ramp at any location in North Dakota. Leier says to help alleviate the congestion, ramp users should...
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Search Underway for Missing Prisoner Recently Convicted of Manslaughter

FARGO, N.D. (KFGO) – Police and the US Marshal’s Service have issued an alert about a man who walked away from a halfway house in Fargo. 29 year-old Sean Schroeder left Centre Inc. at 123 15th St. N where he was on a court-ordered furlough from federal custody. Schroeder pleaded guilty in February to...
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Midwest AgEnergy Receives “Workplace of the Year” Award

UNDERWOOD, N.D. ( – Midwest AgEnergy, the parent company to ethanol biorefineries, Blue Flint, near Underwood, ND and Dakota Spirit, near Spiritwood, ND has announced it has been named “Workplace of the Year” by Ethanol Producer magazine. The award recognizes Midwest AgEnergy for having outstanding employment and management practices. CEO Jeff Zueger accepted the...
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DeClutter Me Hosts Ribbon Cutting to Celebrate New Business

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – The Jamestown Area Chamber of Commerce recently conducted a ribbon cutting ceremony at a new business in Jamestown. DeClutter Me is owned by Michelle Watne, who developed the business to assist individuals or businesses who need to reorganize and declutter their home or office spaces. “Michelle has always had a...
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JRMC Family BirthPlace selected for EMPower Training

JAMESTOWN, N.D. (JRMC) – Jamestown Regional Medical Center’s Family BirthPlace was recently selected to participate in the Centers for Disease Control EMPower Training initiative. This initiative provides in-person training to develop skills-based competency training curriculum that focuses on the safe implementation of maternity care practices that are supportive of optimal infant nutrition. JRMC Family...
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Barnes County Voter Turnout Higher due to Write-in Campaigns

VALLEY CITY, N.D. ( – Voter turn out in the June 12th primary/election in Barnes County was higher this year compared to two years ago due to the excitement surrounding city commission race in Valley City. Barnes County Auditor Beth Didier said we had 917 in-person voters on June 12th, and the mail-in board...
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Several Honored During VCSU Foundation Recognition Luncheon

VALLEY CITY, N.D. ( – About 100 people attended the Valley City State University Foundation Recognition Luncheon on June 11th in Valley City. Paige Fettig is a graduate of the VCSU Class of 2018. She talked about the impact that the VCSU Foundation has on this university and it’s students.  
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Fancy Tea With a Little Philanthropy Coming to Valley City June 15

VALLEY CITY, N.D. ( – The Sheyenne Valley Community Foundation presents “Fancy Tea With a Little Philanthropy” on Friday, June 15th from 2pm to 4pm in the City Lights Supper Club in Valley City. SVCF Executive Director Andrea Nelson said come dressed to sip tea while learning about philanthropy and enjoy a live performance...
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Inside Agriculture

Farm Talk w/ Mick Kjar