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Carrington Schools Welcome New Staff; Construction Updates

CARRINGTON, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – Carrington School District Superintendent Brian Duchscherer has provided the latest happenings for the schools. Duchscherer reports that the district has filled all teaching vacancies and are ready staffed for the 2017-18 school year.   Other hiring’s include new counselor, first grade teacher, second grade teacher, special education teacher, art teacher...
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More Details Emerge in Apparent Jamestown Murder/Suicide

JAMESTOWN, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – The Jamestown Police has released more information on an apparent murder/suicide that took place in Jamestown. Jamestown Police Chief Scott Edinger reports that on August 6th, officers were dispatched to 1906 4th St. NE on a report of two bodies found in the home. He reports the bodies were originally...
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Photo caption: Pictured left to right: Greg Friestad, EIC Technician for TransCanada at the Luverne, ND, site and Loree Morehouse, VCSU Foundation Data Processor.

TransCanada Supports VCSU’s V-500 Scholarship Program

VALLEY CITY, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – TransCanada Corporation made a contribution to the V-500 Scholarship Program at Valley City State University. According to Larry Robinson, VCSU Executive Director of University Advancement, “We are very appreciate of the support we have received from TransCanada. They are not only providing us with the energy we use each...
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Farm Rescue Conducting Operation Hay Lift

HORACE, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – Farm Rescue is continuing to provide assistance to farmers and ranchers in need. The organization has announced that North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum’s drought disaster declaration has sparked a movement called “Operation Hay Lift.” “Farm Rescue is sending trucks out to haul hay free of charge for ranchers in crisis,” the...
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Anne Carlsen Center Agrees to Purchase Dakota Orofacial Myology

FARGO, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) - The Anne Carlsen Center recently finalized an agreement to purchase Dakota Orofacial Myology in Fargo. Orofacial Myology is the study of the muscles of the mouth and face that affect speech, swallowing and or chewing, according to information provided by the Anne Carlsen Center. The center will be able to incorporate...
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Fingal Plot Tour Thursday; Dicamba Drift Discussion (Audio)

FINGAL, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – A plot tour near Fingal will discuss Dicamba Drift sited in Barnes County fields. NDSU Barnes County Extension Educator Randy Grueneich Dicamba is a growth regulator herbicide that negatively affects soybeans. He said growers interested in learning more about “Dicamba Drift” will want to attend the Fingal plot tour Thursday...
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Combine Fire Reported East of Carrington on Tuesday Night

CARRINGTON, N.D.  (NewsDakota.com)  The Carrington Fire Department responded to a report of a combine on fire on Tuesday night about five miles east of Carrington on Highway 200 and two miles north.  The combine operator smelled smoke while combining peas during the last round and reported the incident.  The combine had some sensor and...
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Participants dance at the first ever Barn Dance. Photo courtesy of Safe Shelter.

Barn Dance Raises Over $7,000 for Mary’s Place

JAMESTOWN, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – Safe Shelter Executive Director Lynne Tally says they had an excellent turnout for the first ever Barn Dance to raise money for Mary’s Place. “We had just over 100 people there to eat and dance and we raised $7,440,” Tally reported Tuesday. “As someone said afterward, ‘Great food, great venue,...
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