The girl I would do anything for – update coming soon

It has been more than one year since I saw her last.

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She is still in the custody of known rapist – Cole Mooridian. He left her bedroom door open while he raped her babysitter in their home in June 2017. While there is little more I can do to help her, the one thing I can do is write.

 

Just One Take

I would do anything for this girl…

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Book of Kells Now Free to View Online

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What it means to be human

10557218_10152631694479656_500612965268380230_nDon’t expect to get the answer from Heather Zinger. And according to her, you won’t find it anywhere – no matter where you may look.

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Four Moorhead mayoral candidates tout their strengths at public forum

Mark Hintermeyer

Mark Hintermeyer

Dear Editor,

I am writing in response to the article published October 9th titled “4 Moorhead mayoral candidates tout their strengths at public forum.”

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City Council Candidates Elected

 

The top vote getter for the City Council is a newcomer to the Jamestown political scene.

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Voters going to the polls Tuesday

The primary election is nearly here, with polls opening at 7 a.m. Tuesday in four Stutsman County locations.

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Seeking office: Local candidates share views on issues in forum

Jamestown area voters heard directly from the local slate of candidates on Saturday in preparation for the 2012 North Dakota primary election.

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April 14, 2012 at 1:54 am in The Jamestown Sun

The local slate of candidates is final for the 2012 North Dakota primary election.
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Candidates file for seats up for election June 12

By: Keith Norman, The Jamestown Sun

The local slate of candidates is final for the 2012 North Dakota primary election.

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The Clothesline Project Comes to NDSU

* get help
* get out
*get a (better) life

by Jacqueline Dotzenrod – HPR Contributing Writer

Women of the Midwest fondly say “farewell” to those bygone days when prairie wives would haul water from the well, heat it over a fire and scrub their knuckles raw over a washboard to clean the laundry. But there is one aspect of this chore coming back into style – the clothesline.

This week at the North Dakota State University campus, the clothesline is serving a new role in giving students and faculty a chance to air out unpleasantness from their past. The Clothesline Project is a nationwide movement that began in 1990 as part of an annual “Take Back the Night” march and rally in Hyannis, Massachusetts. Since then, women have come forward to create shirts and the line continues to grow.

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