The 81-year-old White Shield, N.D., woman who died in a two-car crash Tuesday in McLean County has been identified, according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol. Blanche Mary White Eagle died in the crash that occurred at 12:41 p.m. about 3 miles west of White Shield on N.D. Highway 1804. White Eagle was driving south in a 2015 Chevrolet Silverado when she failed to yield while attempting to cross N.D. Highway 1804 from 63rd Avenue Northwest.
Cabin Fever Days set Jamestown Parks and Recreation Department's Cabin Fever Days are scheduled for Feb. 2-11. Any business or organization interested in participating is asked to fax its information to 252-3914 or email firstname.lastname@example.org . All Cabin Fever Days events will be put on a poster and put on the Jamestown Parks and Recreation Website. Deadline to receive information is Jan. 17. Call John at 252-3982 for questions. Mandatory JO volleyball meeting
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An 81-year-old White Shield, N.D., woman died in a two-car crash Tuesday in McLean County, according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol. The crash occurred at 12:41 p.m. about 3 miles west of White Shield on N.D. Highway 1804. The White Shield woman was driving south in a 2015 Chevrolet Silverado when she failed to yield while attempting to cross N.D. Highway 1804 from 63rd Avenue Northwest.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development recently approved the transfer of voucher programs from three area county housing authorities, according to David Klein, executive director of the Stutsman County Housing Authority. “Regulations and funding cuts make it difficult to operate these programs separately, and we were able to develop a method to create a stronger program for our region,” Klein said.
The man who died in a one-car crash Monday in Ramsey County was identified Tuesday by the North Dakota Highway Patrol. Edgar Behm, 90, of Fordville, N.D., died in the crash that occurred at 8:30 a.m. His 2001 Dodge Ram 1500 pickup truck was traveling west on Ramsey County Road 2 and spun out of control on icy road surfaces about 3 miles east of Crary, N.D., the patrol said. The truck went into a ditch and overturned. Behm, who was wearing a seat belt, died at the scene, the patrol said.
The next meeting for the Sons of Norway will be at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 19, at Immanuel Lutheran Church. A potluck meal is planned. There will be a prize for the ugliest Christmas shirt of sweater. Sons of Norway held its last meeting at Immanuel Lutheran Church with a soup, bread and dessert meal. The program was a video on Norwegian Christmas in Norway. A report was given on the club’s lefse-making day. Lots of lefse was made for the annual lefse and bake sale in November.
Katie Ryan Anderson, marketing manager at Jamestown Regional Medical Center, spoke at the recent Jamestown Rotary Club meeting. She was introduced by Rotarian Pat Nygaard. She spoke on the eight-week community wellness challenge planned Jan. 8-March 4. The New Year, New You challenge is an eight-week program to help make Jamestown the healthiest city in North Dakota. Participants join teams within the workplace or with family and friends in competition with other teams in the community.