Ordinarily we only free post the front page, but this week we’ll showcase both, mostly because of an awesome picture on page 2.
Hunting, Ats and Crafts, Tom Hericks of FAMC spearheading a campaign to make online coursework available for EMT training, with a load of upcoming events this week it’s another big paper coming your way.
Hunting season! It begins this weekend! And if you don’t feel like grabbing your shotgun for the pheasant hunt, there is plenty more going on all week and weekend.
This week we have the inspiring story of Brad Paul and the heart transplant that’s saved his live. Also we have reports on the Arts & Crafts Festival set for Oct. 20 and we are also pleased to announce that the Steakout is under new management and will also hopefully be open by Oct. 20, just in time for the hunting season.
What another big issue for us! On the front you’ll find a report on the city council and a story on the new community sign at FHS. Inside are stories about Dr. Thomas Garrity, a Profile on new Northern Plains manager David Jahn, sports, and a Dakotafire feature on small town theaters that are in danger of shutting down because of the Digital switchover.
Speaking of Dakotafire, their third issue is out and enclosed!