Local LaMoure Attorney James Shockman Appointed to Southeast District Judgeship
Governor Doug Burgum has appointed James Shockman, the LaMoure County State’s Attorney, to a judgeship in the Southeast Judicial District. Shockman has held his current position since January 2019 and has operated a private law firm in LaMoure since 2015. His previous experience includes working as a law clerk for the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office, the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Minneapolis, and the Minnesota Attorney General.
Today the gas price is close to $2.99 in Oakes as of 2023-12-02. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Saturday is $3.247, a week ago the price is $3.259 , according to AAA.
Fullerton, North Dakota: A Testament to the Pioneer Spirit
Nestled in the heart of North Dakota's Dickey County, Fullerton's inception in 1886 marked the beginning of a story interwoven with the pioneering spirit of the Great Plains. Named after R.M. Fullerton, the town traces its origins to the Fuller family, including a Mayflower pilgrim. The Sweet Ranch, established by Edwin Forrest Sweet and his wife Sofia (Fuller) Sweet, became a symbol of agricultural growth and prosperity in the region, with the town's plots surveyed a year after its establishment.
Adrian Celebrates Diversity and Legacy at Chico's Annual Cinco de Mayo Parade and Festival
Adrian, Michigan, comes alive with color and community spirit during Chico's Annual Cinco de Mayo Parade and Festival, renamed this year to honor the late Chico Martinez. The beloved community leader's legacy is celebrated in the festival's 23rd year, which features vibrant parades, music, and family-friendly activities. A poignant tribute includes the release of 23 balloons, symbolizing the festival's history and bringing awareness to cancer, a cause close to Chico's heart.
The Integral Role of Festivals in Community Vitality and Cultural Unity
Throughout the nation, from the gleaming festivities at Charleston's Colonial Lake to the patriotic fervor of Manteo's parades, communities are uniting in celebration. These annual events, such as the Christmas Tree Lighting ceremonies and Fourth of July festivals, offer more than mere entertainment; they are the heartbeat of communal life. As townspeople engage in these traditions, they forge stronger social ties and foster an inviting atmosphere that nurtures social cohesion and creates a repository of shared memories.
Cultivating Resilience: North Dakota's Agricultural Response to a Changing Climate
Crete, North Dakota, a community with a strong agricultural lineage, stands at the forefront of the state's farming economy. The local landscape, shaped by the region's rich glacial history, is fertile ground for diverse crops such as wheat and soybeans, cementing North Dakota's reputation as 'The Breadbasket of the World'. However, as Crete grapples with evolving economic dynamics and the rise of large-scale farming operations, it also eyes a future bolstered by sustainable practices and renewable energy ventures.
Berlin Town Seeks Local Responses for Police and Fire Departments Flooring Project
Berlin Town is looking for responses for a new flooring project at the Police and Fire departments. The job involves taking out old tile and carpet and replacing it at 23 Linden Street. If you're interested, you can get more details by emailing Dee Green, the Town Administrator's Assistant.
NDSU 4-H Extension personnel honored nationally
Five North Dakota State University Extension agents and specialists were honored for their work during the recent National Association of Extension 4-H Youth Development Professionals conference in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. Those recognized were:. Breana Kiser, agriculture and natural resources agent, Dickey County – awarded national Achievement in Service Award; district winner...
Reviving the Grandeur of Ellendale's Opera House: A Testament to Community and Culture
In the quaint town of Ellendale, North Dakota, a cultural landmark stands tall, rich with history and architectural splendor—the Ellendale Opera House. Constructed in 1909, it is a hidden gem that embodies the town's commitment to the arts and community life. A true architectural marvel, it boasts elements from the Chicago School and has been a beacon for entertainment and history, originally seating around 700 patrons. Now listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Opera House is not just a building but a testament to Ellendale's vibrant past and present.
Kulm, North Dakota: A Centennial Celebration of Community and Heritage
In the warm embrace of the summer of 1992, the quaint town of Kulm, North Dakota, came together in a grandiose celebration of its 100th anniversary. This centennial event was not merely a date on the calendar but a deep reflection of a century's worth of community and heritage. The town's streets buzzed with activity as residents of all ages gathered to honor the shared legacy of their forebears, with the echoes of the Kulm city band mingling with the voices of generations past and present.
Echoes of the Past: The Forgotten Tale of Dickey, North Dakota
In the southern reaches of North Dakota, amidst the glaciated plains of Dickey County, lies the ghost town of Dickey. A once-thriving pioneer village now whispers tales of its bustling past, a history overshadowed by the silence of abandonment. The land, shaped by glacial forces and rich in wildlife, offered a bountiful life for early settlers and indigenous tribes alike. However, the mysterious mounds and few unearthed artifacts of its earliest inhabitants remain enigmatic, with Sioux tribes such as the Yanktonais once roaming these lands.
Whispers of the Past: Unveiling the Haunted History of Berlin, North Dakota
Berlin, North Dakota, is a name that may not echo through the annals of paranormal history, yet within this small town lies a tapestry of ghostly tales as rich as they are chilling. Once shaped by the Homestead Act and the bustle of the Old West, Berlin's serene facade belies a haunted past. From the ghostly soldier to the Lady in White, spectral residents roam, while the spirit of Ned France is rumored to shuffle in the antique store basement.
Student Council raises money through annual Gobbler
The Student Council hosted their annual Gobbler at Nathan Strong Park and raised $765 in donations on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday Nov. 23. The race began at 9 a.m. while the free registration started at 8:30 a.m.. Despite the chilly weather the race brought in 150 people. With minor preparations necessary...
Frederick Forward: Spearheading Community Revitalization in South Dakota
Frederick Forward has become a driving force for change in the heart of South Dakota, leading the charge in revitalizing the town of Frederick. As a pillar of the community, this non-profit organization orchestrates events that knit residents together, such as the Snow Queen and Finn Fest, while also focusing on infrastructural enhancements and economic development. Their initiatives, including the installation of a handicap-accessible fishing dock and the annual community clean-up, have significantly improved the town's infrastructure, making it a welcoming place for all.
Crete, North Dakota: A Tapestry of Myth and American Frontier Spirit
In the heart of Sargent County, North Dakota, the small town of Crete stands as a testament to the enduring allure of ancient mythology and the American spirit of exploration and naming. Unlike its Grecian counterpart—famed for its minotaurs and labyrinths—the origins of Crete, ND, are humbly rooted in personal history, named for Lucretia Steele, the daughter of a local landholder. This connection between a 20th-century American town and a legendary island reflects the cultural tapestry woven by settlers as they claimed and cultivated the New World.
MDU Resources' (MDU) 5-Year Capex to Focus on Energy Delivery
MDU Resources (. MDU - Free Report) announced a $2.8 billion capital expenditure plan for the next five years, from 2024 through 2028. The strategic capital investments will be focused on strengthening the company’s regulated energy delivery businesses. These investments are in sync with MDU Resources’ long-term plan as...
Adrian, Michigan: A Beacon of Agricultural Tradition and Innovation
Adrian, Michigan stands as a testament to the enduring significance of agriculture in America's heartland. With a rich history that dates back to the early 19th century, this town, nestled in the lush Michigan landscape, has agriculture as its beating heart. The fertile lands upon which Adrian was established have supported generations of farmers, contributing to the local economy and shaping the community's character. As railroads expanded, connecting Adrian to larger markets, its agricultural sector blossomed, reinforcing its status as a pillar of the local economy.
Cardinal Wrestlers Fall To Oakes 42-30
Carrington, N.D. (NewsDakota.com)—The Carrington boys wrestling lost 42-30 to Oakes Tornadoes in class B wrestling action. The Tornadoes picked up 5 wins by fall and a forfeit victory claim the win. Carrington also picked up 5 wins by pin in the loss. Carrington winners by fall were Skye Kramlich...
News Brief: KIND Committee stocks school food pantry
KIND Committee spends their free time to help by stocking and counting the pantry shelves. President Andy Collins from the 2012-2013 school year started a food pantry at Berlin High School. It is located on the second floor past the staff women’s bathroom. They get the supplies for the pantry from food drive competitions and sometimes community members. The pantry is for students/families who need “a little extra” something whether it is food, clothing, school supplies or personal hygiene items. It also has been used for classroom snacks.
Lady Spartans Record Road Win at Ellendale, ND
The M State lady Spartans traveled to Ellendale, North Dakota on Monday night for a game with Trinity Bible College. The two teams were tied 17-17 at the end of one quarter, but M State took charge in the second quarter with a 25-14 advantage which led to a 42-31 halftime lead. The lady Spartans went on to record a 67-59 road win.