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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
A program commemorating Memorial Day will take place at the Whitestone Hill Battlefield State Historic Site near Kulm, N.D., on Monday.
The memorial service program will begin at 3 p.m., conducted by members of the Kulm and Forbes American Legion posts.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has awarded more than $1 million in federal economic recovery funds to several North Dakota rural communities, Sens. Kent Conrad and Byron Dorgan and Rep. Earl Pomeroy, all D-N.D. announced Monday.
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced Wednesday that 193 water and environmental projects will receive funding through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.
The cost of the projects totals more than $615.8 million.
“ALIVE” will perform at the Church of God (7th Day) at 7:30 p.m. Saurday in Alfred.
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 19th concert season.
In the seventh special education redesign draft, officials presented a plan that would leave most services and personnel the same, but would cost Jamestown Public Schools about $80,000 more.
Jamestown, as well as Medina, Montpelier and Pingree-Buchanan school districts make up the Buffalo Valley Special Education unit. To cut costs and continue its level of service, BVSEU is considering partnering with the Dickey-LaMoure Special Education Unit, which consists of the Edgeley, Ellendale, Kulm, LaMoure and Litchville-Marion districts.
Sun Assistant Editor Logan C. Adams went down to Kulm, N.D., recently during the town’s WindFest celebration for the Sun series “Discovering Dakota,” which continues today in The Jamestown Sun.
The report includes stories of the town’s parade, a classic car show, festival dining and getting dirty during the demolition derby.
I turned off the highway into Kulm, N.D., at half past 8 in the morning. Because I often stay up late working on the next day’s newspaper, it was an early hour for me to be out driving.
I had gotten up early that Saturday in mid-August to drive to Kulm in time for WindFest, the town’s fifth annual celebration of its existence and the nearby wind farms.
The Friday steak fry will be from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Call 647-2252 for reservations. On Saturday there will be a city-wide rummage sale and scavenger hunt at 8:30 a.m. Then the parade will start at 10 a.m. with Deopold Herman, who is turning 100 years old, Mrs. North Dakota, the Jamestown Shrine clowns and others. There will be a corn feed right after the parade with the city band playing.
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