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L to R Mary Retterath and Sharon Buhr, planners of the CROP Walk for Hunger, look at some of the food that Dolly Hoelmer and JoAnn Korf, staff at the Barnes County Food Pantry, are getting ready for the 50 food baskets given out each month. Photo submitted.

Hunger Walk Provides Funds For Local Food Pantry

VALLEY CITY, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) The April CROP WALK for HUNGER received $6,371 in donations with $1,274 going to the local Barnes County Food Pantry. JoAnn Korf, Barnes County Food Pantry director, states that there continues to be a  great need in our county for food.  About 50 households each month come to the Food...
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String of Jamestown Vehicle Break-ins Being Investigated

JAMESTOWN, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – The Jamestown Police Department is continuing their investigation of a string of break-ins in Southeast Jamestown that occurred between Wednesday and Friday last week. Police are reminding residents to keep their valuables out of their cars and secure them at night. Roughly nine break-ins were reported last week and all...
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Governor Calls For Bands, Orchestras and Choirs Across The State

BISMARCK, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – Governor Jack Dalrymple is encouraging school, community and church bands, orchestras and choirs across the state to submit application for the Governor’s Official State Band/Orchestra and Chorus. Both the Governor and First Lady will select from the applications received based on musical talent, achievement and community involvement. The band/orchestra and...
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Friends Support Family Chiropractic Business In Napoleon

NAPOLEON, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – After their son Emett Weigel nearly drowned, Charles and Danielle Weigel of Napoleon, North Dakota headed to St. Paul, Minnesota to stay with their son, leaving their chiropractic business in Napoleon empty. Over twenty chiropractors from around the state heard of the situation and dedicated their time to help out...
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