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Man could be charged for swiping items from school lost-and-founds

January 29, 2014 in Uncategorized

FARGO — A man visited four public schools in Fargo on Wednesday morning looking for lost-and-found items, and in some cases, he took clothing that he planned to sell, police said.

The man went to three elementary schools and a middle school, and…continue reading on thedickinsonpress.com

Officials call for planning ahead; September is National Preparedness Month

September 5, 2013 in The Dickinson Press

Officials have a message for North Dakotans this month: Get ready. As the notoriously harsh winter approaches the area which the Old Farmer’s Almanac predicts to be colder than normal for the High Plains region National Preparedness Month is getting people in gear for the worst-case scenarios. Continue Reading

School supplies distributed Aug. 2

July 23, 2012 in Worthington Daily Globe

WORTHINGTON Free backpacks and school supplies will be distributed to youths from 9 a.m. to noon Aug. 2 at Westminster Presbyterian Church/Manna Food Pantry, 230 Clary St. Continue Reading

Blood banks see drop in supply due to winter weather

January 28, 2011 in Worthington Daily Globe

WORTHINGTON Both the American Red Cross and the Community Blood Bank are reporting a drop in blood supplies due to severe weather problems, according to information released by both entities this week.
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Aggregated purchasing helps Rice save money

September 6, 2010 in West Central Tribune

WILLMAR Group purchasing through a regional initiative helped Rice Memorial Hospital save almost $40,000 last year on supplies ranging from paper towels to surgical equipment.
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Stuffed to the brim

August 16, 2010 in West Central Tribune

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United Way Stuff the Bus drive will provide school supplies for local families who are in need

August 4, 2010 in West Central Tribune

Jennifer Bestland looked over a list of items a fourth-grader and kindergartner need to head back to school.
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