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Sheriff Chad Kaiser wants the public to see more of the Stutsman County Sheriff’s Office.
“We’re going to get a couple more marked units out on the road,” he said. “That will be the biggest change the public sees.”
Fellow county commissioners are remembering Doug Kaiser as a dedicated official with a special interest in the roads of Stutsman County.
Kaiser, 66, died Thursday under hospice care in Jamestown.
“He was extremely dedicated and a hard worker,” said Mark Klose, chairman of the commission. “He put in 100 percent all the time.”
Twenty-three pages into a book he wrote before he forgets the details, Larry Kaiser begins the story of his life-changing accident.
“Facing the World Single Handed” tells about the 1949 incident when Kaiser, who now lives in Texas, was 14 years old and lost his arm. It also tells about how he’s recovered and gone on to play football, golf, pool and do woodworking, just like anyone else would.
By Pippi Mayfield, Forum Communications Co.
, April 12, 2010
Stutsman County voters returned two incumbents to their seats on the commission. Mark Klose won his seventh term with 5,414 votes on the unofficial tally available Tuesday night. Doug Kaiser retained his seat with 5,237 votes while challenger Randy Williams picked up 4,121 votes.
Experience during challenging times is a valuable resource. Voters should re-elect the incumbents for Stutsman County Commission, Mark Klose and Douglas Kaiser.
Klose has served longer than any other current commissioner and that service brings a depth to the commission. Klose not only understands the complex issues associated with budgets, he also recognizes that relationships are an important part of governing. His experience in dealing with a variety of issues — economic development, roads, staffing and taxes — serve county residents well.
Voters will select two people to serve a four-year term on the Stutsman County Commission. Early voting begins Oct. 20. Incumbents Douglas Kaiser and Mark Klose are seeking re-election. Also running for a seat on the commission is Randy Williams. The Sun asked 10 written questions of these candidates. Here are their answers, limited to 100 words.
October 15, 2008
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