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Fabian, Johnson address questions about taxes, gas tax, other issues

By Anna Jauhola About 30 people gathered at the Hallock Senior Center early Wednesday morning for a town hall meeting with Rep. Dan Fabian (R-Roseau) and Sen. Mark Johnson (R-East Grand Forks). “We came up here to hear what you guys are thinking and what you’re hearing,” Fabian said. The politicians heard from their constituents…

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Traveling CNAs feel welcome, fill need at Kittson Healthcare Nursing Home

By Anna Jauhola Kittson Healthcare Nursing Home is currently host to three traveling certified nursing assistants. Cota Cooper, Alex Kam and Enock Brookins-Kotey have worked at several facilities throughout South Dakota, North Dakota and Minnesota as CNAs. “I call this place the best so far,” Alex said. Both Cota and Enock agreed. All three said…

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Museum confirms addition to be built

      By Anna Jauhola As the Kittson County Historical Museum continues to receive donations of historical artifacts, the current space is becoming limited. “We have no room,” said Cindy Adams, museum director, as she addressed the Kittson County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday, April 2. “We are working on putting an addition onto the museum…

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Odin Langen made an impact

Exhibit honors county’s lone national congressman By Anna Jauhola It started with a desk and the spark of an idea to honor Kittson County’s only politician to serve in the nation’s Legislature. Odin Langen was civically minded, having served on numerous boards such as South Red River Township, Kennedy School District, and Parents and Teachers…

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Hallock could see moderate flooding on the Two Rivers

By Anna Jauhola As the heavy area snowpack begins to thaw, Hallock officials are preparing for, at the very least, moderate flooding within city limits. During a meeting on Wednesday, March 27, City Emergency Manager Mike Docken headed discussion of what city employees do leading up to a flood and how they handle flood waters…

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Nicole Steien recipient of the Clare Hunt Memorial Scholarship

The Clare Hunt Memorial Scholarship was established by Hugh and Pam Hunt in memory of Hugh’s mother. Clare Hunt was known for her outstanding and dedicated 53-year career to the field of nursing. Nicole (Schuler) Steien, a full-time student at the University of Mary, Bismarck, N.D., is the recipient of the $1,000 Clare Hunt Memorial…

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Hearing reset in Caribou Grill arson, fraud case

By Enterprise Staff A Kennedy woman accused of arson and insurance fraud did not appear in court on Monday, March 18 as previously scheduled. Tamara DeVore, 50, was supposed to appear Monday, March 18, but on Tuesday, March 12, her defense attorney filed a document for a notice of hearing change, said Assistant County Attorney…

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L.A. makeup artist has local ties

By Anna Jauhola Taylor Schulte isn’t afraid to be herself and she credits her family with giving her that opportunity. Taylor, who grew up in and graduated from Wahpeton, N.D., often visits Hallock to see her parents, Tim and Jacquie Schulte. “I have a very alternative style, very much not North Dakota or Minnesota,” she…

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