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Next time they meet, Blake Heinrich might have something to hold over his buddies Michael Brodzinski and Jordan Gross.
Brodzinski (Minnesota) and Gross (Notre Dame) might have grabbed more attention ... Posted on 3/10/12 at 4:28 PM
In 2009 my wife, Regina, and I visited Jamestown for the first time. Jamestown is the home of my Vietnam War first sergeant, a young soldier we knew simply as Sgt. Dewey. Last year we got together for the first time in more than 40 years.
Richie Heinrich, son of Gene and Tammy Heinrich of Medina, N.D., was a member of the 2009 Senior Livestock Judging team at North Dakota State University.
Heinrich is a senior majoring in animal science and crop and weed science
Another building in downtown Jamestown has been rehabbed ready to last a second century, said its owner, Dwaine Heinrich, and where he can, he’s preserving pieces of its history.
Unlike its nearest neighbor, the 1884 C & W building on First Avenue, Heinrich’s has no name etched into the façade, and according to the records, is about 20 years newer. It was built sometime between 1901 and 1904.
The City Council held its final meeting with the old members and its organization meeting with the newly seated council Tuesday.
Before thanking council members John Grabinger and Dwaine Heinrich for their years of service, the council dealt with some old business. First, it certified the election of Charlie Kourajian, Patrick Nygaard and Ken Schulz to the City Council. It also certified the election of Wade Spitzer and Mark Ukestad to the Jamestown Parks and Recreation Commission.
The Jamestown Sun endorses Dwaine Heinrich, Patrick Nygaard and Ken Schulz to serve a four-year term on the Jamestown City Council.
June 07, 2008
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