Grand prize winner pictured below with her husband is Amber Aberle. The Grand prize was an 8 foot picnic table with metal wagon wheel ends and 8 old implement metal seats.  The seats all swivel and have adjustable height.

Sheyenne Valley Area Career & Technology Center Fundraiser Results

VALLEY CITY, N.D. ( – The Skills USA students at the Sheyenne Valley Area Career and Technology Center held a fundraiser raffle to support sending students to state competition and then 7 qualifying students to national competition. All the raffle prizes were built and assembled by the students at the school in Valley City....
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Two Rivers Activity Center April Construction Update

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – The Two Rivers Activity Center construction work continues inside as they strive towards a September completion date. TRAC Facilities Manager Amy Walters, who joins Warren Abrahamson on “Let’s Talk About It” every third Friday of the month, gave an update on current construction inside the building. The bubble, which will...
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Valley City Master Lift Maintenance Shut Down Today Until 3pm

VALLEY CITY, N.D. ( – Valley City Public Works will shut down the Master Lift for maintenance work today from 8:00am to 3:00pm. City officials are asking city to reduce water usage and to postpone washing clothes, dishes, bathing or showering until after 3:00 pm today. Motorists are asked to avoid driving on or...
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Four Weddings & an Elvis

Jamestown 2nd ACT Presents “Four Weddings & an Elvis”

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – The Jamestown 2nd ACT will be presenting the show “Four Weddings and an Elvis” beginning May 4th through the 6th at the Jamestown Arts Center. Written by Nancy Frick, the show features Las Vegas wedding chapel owner Sandy. Jeremy Wood is directing the show this year and says the hilarious...
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This November 2013 photo provided by Tammy Sadek shows Andrew Sadek at home near Rogers, N.D. Nearly a year after Sadek?s body was found in a river with a bullet in the head, his mother still struggles with how her shy son got mixed up in the dangerous world of illegal drugs. Tammy Sadek believes her son signed his own death warrant when he agreed to become a confidential informant for police after he was caught selling marijuana. (AP Photo/Courtesy of Tammy Sadek)

North Dakota Governor Signs Bill to Protect Drug Informants

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum has signed a measure into law that establishes protections for confidential drug informants. The move Monday by the Republican governor comes more than three years after 20-year-old college student Andrew Sadek was found dead in a river with a bullet in his head and a...
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A farmer plants his field near Medina April 23rd. Photo by Rick Bohn.

Cold Soil, Snow Slow Fieldwork Across North Dakota

FARGO, N.D. (AP) — Cold soil temperatures and snow continue to slow fieldwork and spring planting across North Dakota. The U.S. Department of Agriculture said Monday that temperatures averaged 1 to 5 degrees below normal across the state for the week ending Sunday. But northwestern North Dakota had warm, windy weather early in the...
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Yard Sale

Carrington Citywide Yard Sales Begin May 20th

CARRINGTON, N.D. ( – The Carrington Chamber of Commerce is encouraging residents to start preparing for the citywide yard sales in May. Executive Director Laurie Dietz reports that they’re looking for residents to register their yard sale site for the May 20th event. Dietz says the sites will be listed in the newspaper and...
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Indivisible Group in Valley City Helps Citizens Share Their Concerns

VALLEY CITY, N.D. ( – Over 20 area residents met at the Vault on March 28 to discuss their values and to identify concerns that they have related to both the North Dakota State Legislature and our federal government. The three North Dakota issues that were identified as the most important were, the need...
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