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STAFF BLOG BISON MEDIA BLOG A Look Into The Future
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A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Golfing at the China Country Club
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IN THE BLACK America's Money Class with Suze Orman
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STAFF BLOG THE AREA VOICES COMMUNITY Teachers: Here's a great idea for your class!
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The hometown crowds at Jerry Meyer have been getting used to seeing Blue Jay sweeps, but Minot played the role of the spoiler on Saturday, just days after the Blue Jay boys climbed up to No. 3 in the state polls.
The Majettes used the long ball to bury the Blue Jay girls 51-35, while the Minot boys used an early second-half surge to deal the Blue Jays a very rare 66-57 West Region loss at Jerry Meyer Arena.
The Blue Jays, who haven’t been swept since the last time they met up with Minot back on Dec. 16, will hit the road to play Mandan next week. The JHS boys will play Tuesday night and the girls will play Thursday night.
Replacing a coaching mainstay is no easy task, but when that void presents itself someone has to step up and answer the call.
In the case of the Carrington Cardinal boys’ basketball team, that man is Matt Hone.
From 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday, Jamestown United Church of Christ is hosting a class on “Using Power Point in Church.” Knowledge of Word is helpful but not required. Participants are welcome to bring a laptop with Power Point if desired.
Jamestown UCC is located at the intersection of Second Street and Second Avenue Southeast. Call 252-0277 for more information.
The Rev. Tom Eckstein’s Thursday morning men’s Bible class will not meet on Thanksgiving Day. The class will resume the next Thursday, Dec. 2.
The class meets from 6:30 to 7:30 a.m. most Thursdays at Meeting Grounds coffee shop, 613 10th St. S.E.
An organizational/informational meeting is being held at the James Valley Career and Technology Center to discuss the possibility of holding two-week welding classes to create a pool of welders for area manufacturers.
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