JMHCC highlights past year in report

Christia Gumal, a medical technologist in JMHCC’s lab, works with the new hematology analyzer, a state-of-the-art analyzer which is comparable to any available in North Dakota’s larger hospitals.

Flasher students crowned as Angus royalty

North Dakota Angus Association royalty are, left to righ: Kourtney Schaff, St. Anthony, 2021 North Dakota Angus Queen; Alexis Vandeberghe, Cleveland, 2020 North Dakota Angus Queen; Karlee Sailer, Golden Valley, 2021 North Dakota Angus Princess; Cassidy Strommen, Fort Rice, 2021 North Dakota Angus Princess; and Rose Wendel, LaMoure, 2021 North Dakota Angus Princess. Submitted photo

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The Ketterling family poses together for Richard and Betty Ketterling’s 70th wedding anniversary. Back row: (L to R) Diana Ketterling, Rhonda Ketterling, Lance Ketterling. Front row: (L to R) Betty Ketterling, Richard Ketterling 
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JMHCC highlights past year in report

Christia Gumal, a medical technologist in JMHCC’s lab, works with the new hematology analyzer, a state-of-the-art analyzer which is comparable to any available in North Dakota’s larger hospitals.

While Jacobson Memorial Hospital Care Center (JMHCC) did not hold an in-person annual meeting this year, members still had the opportunity to elect directors through a ballot process.

The Prairie Recovery Center (PRC) near Raleigh is the beneficiary of a generous donation from the late Victor and Doreen Lemke, New Leipzig.

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Tom Marion poses with the table and children's books purchased with the donation to the Friends of the Adams County Library from the Leonard and Bunny Marion family. | Submitted Photo

On behalf of Bernice (Bunny) Marion, the Marion family made an estate donation to the Adams County Library for new children’s books and a new table.

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Vivian Hernandez manages both the Mad Hatter and the Rabbit Hole for St. Mary’s Catholic Church. 

A whimsical Christmas tree, a table set for tea, repurposed sleds and headboards for beds. It can all be found at the Mad Hatter, downtown New England.

Flasher students crowned as Angus royalty

North Dakota Angus Association royalty are, left to righ: Kourtney Schaff, St. Anthony, 2021 North Dakota Angus Queen; Alexis Vandeberghe, Cleveland, 2020 North Dakota Angus Queen; Karlee Sailer, Golden Valley, 2021 North Dakota Angus Princess; Cassidy Strommen, Fort Rice, 2021 North Dakota Angus Princess; and Rose Wendel, LaMoure, 2021 North Dakota Angus Princess. Submitted photo

Two Flasher High School students were named as royalty during the North Dakota Angus Association banquet recently. Kourtney Schaff, St.

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JMHCC highlights past year in report

Christia Gumal, a medical technologist in JMHCC’s lab, works with the new hematology analyzer, a state-of-the-art analyzer which is comparable to any available in North Dakota’s larger hospitals.

While Jacobson Memorial Hospital Care Center (JMHCC) did not hold an in-person annual meeting this year, members still had the opportunity to elect directors through a ballot process.

Eddy B. Ulrich

Eddy B. Ulrich, age 62, of Elgin, ND, passed away on Monday morning, November 16, 2020 at the Sanford Hospital Broadway Campus in Fargo, ND.

Vaughn Clark Tousley

Vaughn Clark Tousley, age 84, died November 1, 2020.

Ethel M. Magstadt

Ethel M. Magstadt, 97, of Riverton passed into the loving arms of her Savior Jesus Christ on Monday, November 16, 2020, at the Help for Health Hospice Home.

Flasher students crowned as Angus royalty

North Dakota Angus Association royalty are, left to righ: Kourtney Schaff, St. Anthony, 2021 North Dakota Angus Queen; Alexis Vandeberghe, Cleveland, 2020 North Dakota Angus Queen; Karlee Sailer, Golden Valley, 2021 North Dakota Angus Princess; Cassidy Strommen, Fort Rice, 2021 North Dakota Angus Princess; and Rose Wendel, LaMoure, 2021 North Dakota Angus Princess. Submitted photo

Two Flasher High School students were named as royalty during the North Dakota Angus Association banquet recently. Kourtney Schaff, St.

Carson Press news

The Prairie Recovery Center (PRC) near Raleigh is the beneficiary of a generous donation from the late Victor and Doreen Lemke, New Leipzig.

Carson Roosevelt Public school put on a public performance last week honoring our Veterans. Word on the street it was entertaining and very well done. Thanks to all involved.

Constitution assures election intrigue will end

The 2020 presidential election, prolonged by President Donald Trump’s court challenges and demands for recounts in some states will come to an end, sooner rather than later.

MDU Teen of the Week Carson farm girl racks up awards

Grant County High School senior Laura Muggli said growing up on her family’s farm taught her how to be hard-working and inspired her passion for agriculture.

Green Stem draws winner of bouquet winner

Kim Boehm, owner of The Green Stem in Elgin, is pictured with Evelyn Alt representing Alts Army 4EVER.

Adams County news

Hettinger Public School (HPS) was recently awarded $35,0000 from the Governor’s Emergency Education Relief (GEER) Fund, a state fund created from the CARES Act.

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After repairing the top of the tree, Levi Vangsness with Montana Dakota Utilities and Collin Blade run extension cords to the tree.

Workers and volunteers gathered on Main Street last Wednesday to decorate for the annual Wake Up Santa parade. 

1. Are you originally from Reeder? If so, what kept in town all these years? If not, what brought you into Reeder?

‘Twas the month before Christmas and all through the town,
the weather was cooling, the leaves turning brown. 
The children were studying, safe and in school,

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Ranch wife, cowgirl, mama artist, agriculture enthusiast, listener, cow whisperer, North Dakotan, thunderstorm watcher, coffee addict, sunset specialist, dream supporter, old barn seeker, photograp

The Herald news

Hunters and anglers are the primary funders of wildlife conservation through license fees and excise taxes on equipment like fishing tackle, guns, and ammunition.

The North Dakota nine-man all-state football team has been announced and includes a Mott-Regent/New England Wildfire player.

Senior Sam Huether was named to the second team.
 

It’s the season of counting our blessings and vocalizing what we are thankful for.
In the midst of this crazy year, I am thankful for so much.

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Firefighters enter a model of a real grain bin to practice a grain bin extrication and rescue procedure. | Submitted Photos

Local firefighters were able to practice a grain bin extrication and rescue procedure using new equipment that simulated a real grain bin entrapment. 

Winter sports practices and extracurricular activities in North Dakota will be allowed to resume Nov. 30 with extra precautions, while competitions will remain suspended until Dec. 14, Gov.

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