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Two workshops are being offered through LivingWorks, a partner organization of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, in the coming months.
As leaders of the NAWHERC scramble to resume operations, they’re beginning to realize the true extent of what a “total loss” meant.
City Administrator says lake fund will provide more transparency
Four winners were drawn Thursday for $50 gift cards to Ruby Tuesdays

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“When he is needed, he is always present. Whether that may mean he can help from behind the scenes in the background, he is always present,” Davison County Veterans Service Officer Craig Bennett said of Holmes.
Henry, Rylie top names of Mitchell newborns
“I just want to say thanks for allowing one of your city workers to be flexible and see the possibility of this,” said Rev. Keith Nelson.
Do you think there should be more positive news? You may have missed some of these feel-good stories from 2021.
Todd Glanzer was diagnosed with salivary gland cancer in 2018, and his daughter was diagnosed with thyroid cancer in August. The father and daughter have been grateful for the amount of support from family, friends and the surrounding community.
For the seniors who benefit from the program, Jessica Pickett said it’s “much more than free meals.”

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"I had a lady call the other day making sure her application came through, and she said ‘You have no idea how much it means to me knowing my kids will have some gifts for Christmas this year.’ That’s why we do this,” said Debbi Middendorp, co-captain of Mitchell's Salvation Army.
Holiday campaign runs through January, Angel Tree giveaway set for Saturday
Programs like Southeastern North Dakota Community Action Agency to take another blow with federal vaccine mandate deadline approaching.

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