Thrifty White Drug Ribbon Cutting Ceremony in Valley City

VALLEY CITY, N.D. ( – A new commercial building near the gateway of downtown Valley City opened February 4th on the corner of Main Street and Central Avenue. Thrift White Pharmacy held a Grand Opening and the Valley City Area Chamber Ambassadors topped off the week with a ribbon cutting ceremony on February 8th....
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Art Gallery Talk at Mercy Gallery February 18 in Valley City

VALLEY CITY, N.D. ( – On Monday, February 18, artist Sharon Linnehan will be presenting a gallery talk about her works which are now on  display at the Mercy Art Gallery. The talk will begin at 7 pm with light snacks to follow. The gallery where the talk will be presented is located on...
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Funding for VCSU’s Foss Music Hall Sails Through N.D. Senate

BISMARCK, N.D. ( – State Senator Larry Robinson of Valley City voted to support Senate Bill 2297 last week. The measure contains funding for Valley City State University’s Foss Music Hall project. The $32 million dollar project has been a priority on the State Board of Higher Education’s Capital improvement list for the past...
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Marine Corps League Creating New Detachment Serving the Area

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – The Marine Corps League of North Dakota is hosting an informational meeting on February 16th to help establish a new detachment that serves the James River Valley and Sheyenne River Valley area. According to the organization, they are seeking Marines, FMF Corpsman, FMF Chaplain’s and citizens who love the Marine...
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Complete Presidential Signature Collection on Display at Kulm School

KULM, N.D. ( – A special collection of all 44 United States Presidents’ signatures will be displayed at Kulm Public School on Presidents’ Day, February 18, 2019. Former KPS student Lorne Liechty has been collecting the signatures over the course of 20 years. He recently completed his collection and has begun sharing it with...
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Semi Tractor Trailer Rolls Near Devils Lake Monday

DEVILS LAKE, N.D. ( – Several livestock were killed after a semi tractor trailer rolled near Devils Lake Monday afternoon. A 2013 Kenworth towing a livestock trailer driven by Garrett Hoopman of Dunseith was traveling east on US Highway 2 roughly 3 miles west of Devils Lake. A truck tractor passed Hoopman, leaving him...
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Mick Kjar Gives 2019 Weather Outlook for Area Farmers

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – Area farmers gathered in Jamestown on Monday, February 11th to learn about the latest inputs for 2019. Monty’s Plant & Soil Products hosted the event at the Quality Inn & Suites in Jamestown. Joe Koll is the Territory Manager for North Dakota, South Dakota, and Minnesota. He’s responsible for consulting...
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First North Dakotan to be Featured on “American Pickers” Tonight

TOLNA, N.D. ( – The first ever North Dakotan featured on the History Channel’s hit show “American Pickers” will make his TV debut tonight. According to the Wimbledon Newsletter, Brian Nelson of Tolna has the distinction of being the first collector in the state to be visited by Robbie Wolfe and Frank Fritz, the...
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