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.
August 14, 2008
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