Wells County, ND

Wells County, NDKFYR-TV

Drought already causing devastation in Wells County fields

WELLS COUNTY, N.D. (KFYR) - There is rain in the forecast for much of the state for the next few days. It is moisture producers across North Dakota are counting on. One Wells County farmer says he’s already seeing devastating results from the drought. “You can see how many plants...
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Wells County, NDMinot Daily News

Wells County 4-H hosts wiener dog dash

FESSENDEN — Warm temperatures made racing conditions a little tough, but it didn’t wilt the enthusiasm of the Dachshunds dashing down a 90-foot track to screaming fans calling their names. The Wells County 4-H Explorers held their first-ever Dachshund Dash wiener dog races Sunday at the Wells County Fairground in...
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Wells County, NDMinot Daily News

Racing returns to Wells County fairgrounds May 16

The race track at the Wells County fairgrounds in Fessenden will soon feature racing, but of a different four-legged variety. The first Dachshund Dash Wiener Dog Races will be held Sunday, May 16, at 1 p.m. Wiener dog races have gained popularity and are held in North Dakota and neighboring...
Stutsman County, NDJamestown Sun

5 new coronavirus cases reported Tuesday in Stutsman County

The North Dakota Department of Health reported five new positive tests for the coronavirus in Stutsman County Tuesday. The positive tests were part of 248 positive tests reported around North Dakota. Area counties with positive tests included two reported in Barnes and Foster counties, three in LaMoure County and one in Wells County.
Stutsman County, NDJamestown Sun

17 cases of coronavirus reported in Stutsman County

Stutsman County has 17 new cases of coronavirus, according to information released Thursday, Dec. 17, from the North Dakota Department of Health. The North Dakota Department of Health also reported the state had 10 deaths related to COVID-19, including in the Jamestown region a woman in her 70s from Wells County. Deaths were also reported in men and women ranging in age from their 60s to their 90s in six counties. There have been 1,204 deaths in the state related to COVID-19 since the pandemic began including.