Articles from the January 17, 2018 edition
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Witkowski Pleads Guilty to Kidnapping
Jay Witkowski completed a change of plea hearing on Jan. 16. He appeared before Judge Yvonne Laird in Valley County District Court. According to Valley County Attorney Dylan Jensen, Witkowski plead guilty to the offense of aggravated kidnapping. He... Full story
FMDH Receives Stroke Recognition Award
Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital has received the Stroke Recognition Award, sponsored by the Cardiovascular Health Program within the state health department. The award singles out critical access hospitals that demonstrate that they have the infrast... Full story
Trump on 'Farm Country'
President Trump affirmed to applause, "Farmers always lead the way," at the American Farm Bureau Federation’s 99th annual convention meeting this last week in Nashville, Tenn. The American dream is soaring back to life, he continued. It is a dream...
County Filings, Open Positions
Government may seem like a dirty word around here. And with so much turmoil in today's politics, it can seem like it is too much to keep up with. Even if you have given up on our national government, don't forget about your state and local elections....
Without My Faith, I Wouldn't Be Here Now
It’s soon going to be eight years since I was diagnosed with cancer. I went through major surgery and six months of chemotherapy. Not quite five years later, I was told my cancer had returned and mestastasized to my bones. I then began a regimen...
To my readers, I have no real excuse for not sending an article for your weekly reading, except, I had a hard time REMEMBERING which day it was. Like so many, my family got to battle that cold bug that seemed to make the rounds during the holidays....
The Hugest Showman
It is not strange to think of Trump’s actions as that of a ratings junky. He brags about crowds, ratings, favor with celebrities and politicians and the like, but he really is tone deaf to modern America. Whether he is making broad ethnic...
Richard Dennis Eklund
Richard Dennis Eklund, 49, a mechanic, passed away of unknown causes in December 2017. Cremation has taken place. Memorial services will be Saturday, Jan. 20, at 11 a.m. at the Kirkwood Memorial...
Lady Scotties Defeated by Malta, Wolf Point in Back-to-Back Games
The Lady Scotties couldn't muster up enough offense to defeat the M-Ettes in a Jan. 12 conference game, losing to Malta at home 57-36. The M-Ettes came east to Glasgow without a single win on the... Full story