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Farm Accident Victim Parker Sebens 15 Years Later (Audio)

MILNOR, ND – 21 students are graduating from Milnor High School Sunday. Among them is Parker Sebens, who nearly died 15-years ago, when both his arms were ripped off when he fell into a grain auger on his family’s farm.  Jo Ann Peterson is a para-professional at the school. Principal Chris Larson says Parker...
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Lower Gas Prices Prompt More Drivers This Memorial Day Weekend

JAMESTOWN, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – AAA has predicted that automotive travel this Memorial Day weekend will be around nearly 33 million travelers, being the highest volume in the past 10 years. Cheaper prices at the pump are suspected to be the cause. According to the website GasBuddy.com, fuel in the state has stayed around the...
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Jamestown Reservoir

Corps Ups Release From Jamestown Reservoir

JAMESTOWN, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers increased the release from the Jamestown Reservoir yesterday from 75 cfs to 125 cfs. According to a release, the increase may raise the James River level through Jamestown about six inches higher. The 75 cfs release that was started Monday did not help draw...
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Grass Fire Puzzling Following Heavy Rain In The Region

VALLEY CITY, ND – The cause of a grass fire northwest of Valley City on Wednesday, May 20 appears to be a mystery, for now. Rural Fire Chief Gary Retterath says there were three separate areas of grass on fire. Retterath says it was strange to see a grass fire after the region received...
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