STAFF BLOG STUTSMAN COUNTY'S MOST WANTED Christopher H. Perman
Christopher H. Perman
21 years old.
511, 145 pounds, black hair and brown eyes.
Permans last known address is 4791 Highway 34, Streeter, N.D.
He is not considered dangerous.
Perman has activ... Posted on 2/7/12 at 10:54 AM
Officials believe the same individual is responsible for burglaries at a residence and a grocery store in Streeter, N.D., in the last week, said Detective Jason Falk of the Stutsman County Sheriff’s Office.
We, the members of the Gackle-Streeter High School ecology class, are not satisfied with the closing of 4 R’s Recycling Center because we can’t believe there aren’t any ways to raise money. We thought about some possibilities and found a lot!
There could be community fundraisers, donations or change the recycling process.
Chelsea Schlecht, Streeter, N.D.
, January 23, 2009
We, the members of the Gackle-Streeter High School ecology class, are concerned about the recycling center issue for the entire community. We believe it is very important to have a recycling center to keep the community and the environment clean, not only for the Jamestown community, but also for the surrounding areas.
Kevin O’Hanley, Gackle, N.D.
, January 22, 2009
A Streeter, N.D., man is accused of using a shotgun to scare, with intent to hold the gun to the victim’s head during a domestic dispute, the Stutsman County Sheriff’s Office said.
Sean Michael Reynolds, 53, Streeter, is charged with reckless endangerment and terrorizing, both Class C felonies, as a result of the dispute that occurred around midnight Tuesday, according to the Stutsman County Sheriff’s Office.
The Stutsman County Library bookmobile schedule is as follows:
Aug. 20: CLICK, 9 to 9:30 a.m.; Montpelier School, 10 to 10:45 a.m.; Alexander Township, 11:15 to 11:30 a.m.; Streeter Senior Citizens, 1 to 1:30 p.m. and Hill Top Child Care, 2:45 to 3:15 p.m.
Residents of this small North Dakota town are hoping a new brochure might entice more business to come here.
With 120 city residents, Streeter has more than a dozen successful businesses, including a greenhouse, cafe, restaurant, service station, paint and carpet shop, motel, grocery store, grain elevator and trucking firm.
I was hungry when I pulled into New Rockford, N.D., on a warm July afternoon. There was a fair amount of road work on the way, and several miles of U.S. Highway 281 north of Carrington were just loose gravel.
There was a sign that pointed left and said the business district was that-a-way, so I turned off the highway and found my way downtown.
I parked when I saw the first restaurant that I knew would not be some cookie-cutter chain and went inside. To my disappointment, the man behind the bar at Buck-its Pub & Pizza said all he had were frozen pizzas until 5 p.m.
Paying attention to the health of North Dakota’s rangeland will pay off financially for livestock producers.
That’s the bottom line of a message the NDSU Central Grasslands Research Center in Streeter is spreading, thanks to a one-year, $20,000 grant from the North Dakota Natural Resources Trust and Ducks Unlimited.
Chuck Lura, extension rangeland specialist, took the summer off from teaching biology, botany and range management at Minot State University, Bottineau, N.D., to help advance a rangeland research program that began in 2005.
Sun Assistant Editor Logan C. Adams traveled to Streeter, N.D., recently and has a column about the visit in today’s Sun. The report includes stories of old and new businesses, an elk farm, a surprising garden and a trip around the town with one of Streeter’s religious leaders. See page A7.
Standing at home plate at Mackin Ball Park in Streeter, N.D., where past the outfield I could see acres of never-ending prairie, I couldn’t help but think of the movie “Field of Dreams.”
There weren’t any cornfields in sight, and “Shoeless Joe” Jackson was nowhere to be found, but it just had that feel of a rural baseball field that had something special.
Like in the movie, they built it, and I came.
Members of St. Luke Lutheran Church, Streeter, N.D., will be celebrating “100 Years of Grace” next weekend for the church’s centennial. The celebration begins with a worship service at 7 p.m. June 28 with the Rev. Marvin Schumacher from Clarksville, Iowa.
State and federal prosecutors have reached separate plea agreements in the case of a Streeter couple and outfitting business facing hunting-related charges centering around the lack of a proper license.
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