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I wanted to add a bit more to my story about Jeff Malm of Kulm, a man who creates the iron crosses that are traditional to German and Swedish cultures, and which can still be found in cemeteries in ... Posted on 6/1/12 at 8:16 PM
The opening night of the 2010 Class B boys’ Stutsman County Tournament has come and gone, and according to the seeding there were no surprises at the Jamestown Civic Center on Thursday night.
Top-seeded LaMoure rolled past Pingree-Buchanan-Kensal 63-32 in the first quarterfinal of the evening, and then it was fourth-seeded and two-time defending champion Central Prairie’s turn with a 65-55 win over Edgeley-Kulm.
In the night bracket, No. 2-seeded Ellendale skated past Midkota 61-40, and No. 3-seeded Carrington wrapped up Day 1 with a 54-37 win over Kidder County.
Ninteen North Dakota Guard and Reserve service members nominated their employers for the 2010 Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Award, the highest recognition given by the U.S. government to employers for their outstanding support of their employees who serve in the Guard and Reserve. Only members of the Guard and Reserve or their family members are eligible to nominate their employers for the award.
ALIVE will perform at 7 p.m. March 6 at Church of God (7th Day), Alfred, N.D.
“ALIVE” is a gospel choir based in Kulm, N.D., and is directed by Steve Anderson. The choir was organized in 1990 and is now in its 20th concert season. The members of the choir reside in south central North Dakota communities of Kulm, Jud, Ellendale, Lehr, Gackle and Fredonia, and represent six church denominations as well as a wide variety of occupations.
There were no injuries when a fire Monday morning damaged the museum at the Whitestone Hill battlefield site in western Dickey County, said an official with the Edgeley Volunteer Fire Department, who preferred to remain anonymous.
A series of free public programs commemorating key anniversaries at the Whitestone Hill Battlefield State Historic Site near Kulm will be featured Sunday, Aug. 30, and Friday, Sept. 4.
The events for both days are sponsored by the State Historical Society of North Dakota and the site’s Friends group, the Whitestone Hill Battlefield Historical Society.
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