Grant County News

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.

JMHCC highlights past year in report

JMHCC’s three clinics have a COVID-19 analyzer which can complete a COVID-19 test in about 15 minutes.

JMHCC highlights past year in report

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.

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

Flasher students crowned as Angus royalty

Two Flasher High School students were named as royalty during the North Dakota Angus Association banquet recently. Kourtney Schaff, St. Anthony, a senior, was named as the 2021 North Dakota Angus Queen and Cassidy Strommen, Fort Rice, a junior, was named as a 2021 North Dakota Angus Princess.

Ethel M. Magstadt

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. A viewing was held Monday, November 23, 2020, from 12:00 – 2:00 p.m. at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Riverton. Funeral services were at 2:00 p.m. at the church with burial to follow at Mountain View Cemetery.

Vaughn Clark Tousley

Vaughn Clark Tousley

Vaughn Clark Tousley, age 84, died November 1, 2020. A memorial service was held Friday, November 6, 2020, at Hofmeister-Jones Funeral Home in Parker, SD, with Pastor Don Reiffenberger officiating. Honorary Bearers were Michael Tousley, Jon Tousley, NMathan Ryan, and Mike Pond. Clark was born in Scobey, Montana on July 7, 1936, son to Vaughn and Mildred Tousley. He grew up in Scobey and graduated from Scobey High School. He was married to Arlene Hinderer on June 2, 1958 in Elgin, ND. Together, they loved and raised two children, Bryan and Gerald in Scobey MT.

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