Carrington School Board Tours New Elementary School

CARRINGTON, N.D. ( – The Carrington School Board toured the new Elementary School this week. Carrington Public School Superintendent Brian Duchscherer says the board was able to tour the entire facility. He says there was a few concerns on the timeline of the school being finished before this fall. Duchscherer says contractors have installed...
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Lange Facing Manslaughter & Child Neglect Charges

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – The woman of the dead 4 month-old child has been charged with manslaughter and child neglect. According to court documents, 25 year-old Justice Lange will make an initial court appearance Thursday morning in Stutsman County. Lange had been missing for four days and told authorities she couldn’t remember them or...
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JRMC’s Golf “FORE” Good Helping Cancer Patients

JAMESTOWN, N.D. (JRMC) – Community members young and old are helping bring cancer care to Jamestown. Katie Osbourne and the 20 or so members of the Prairie Pals 4-H Club baked breakfast items and lunches to sell as part of the Stutsman County Gardening Day in May. “I thought of cancer because my grandpa...
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Mill & Overlay Project set for July 12 in Valley City

VALLEY CITY, N.D. ( – A mill & overlay project on 7th Street SE from 5th Ave SE to 12th Ave SE in Valley City is scheduled to begin on Thursday, July 12. KLJ engineer Chad Peterson said the work will include milling the streets and placing a hot bituminous overlay. The roadway will...
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Celebrating Therapeutic Recreation Week at the Anne Carlsen Center

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – During the second week of July every year, therapeutic recreation has been celebrated since 1984. According to Therapeutic Recreation Directory, recreational therapy is the use of recreation and other activities used as treatment interventions provided by professionals who are trained and certified. Denise Jensen has worked as a recreation therapist...
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County Commission Approves Use Permit For Pit & Asphalt Site

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – The Stutsman County Commission Tuesday approved a conditional use permit application pit and temporary asphalt plant site north of Medina. Tyler Perleberg, tax director for Stutsman County, states that it will be similar to the one they approved in 2017. Perleberg says they changed the route from the site to...
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Stutsman County State’s Attorney Seeing More Meth/Child Cases

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – Stutsman County State’s Attorney Frtiz Fremgem informed the Stutsman County Commission Tuesday that his department is seeing more cases involving methamphetamine and children. In his monthly report, Fremgen says a recent case he took involved terminating parental rights because of exposure of a child to methamphetamine was shown through hair...
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Tucker’d Out to Play in City Park Bandshell Plus Fun in the Park Today in Valley City

VALLEY CITY, N.D. ( – The Music at the City Park Bandshell continues today with “Tucker’d Out.” Bring your lawn chair. A free will offering is always welcome. Remember its also “Fun in the Park” today from 4pm to 7 pm in City Park. All Ages Welcome. Sponsored by Stoudt Ross & Miller Motors...
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Farm Talk w/ Mick Kjar