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The Mitchell Republic spent a day on the farm to see what calving season looks like first-hand.

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Dr. Nathan Kjelland and his wife, Britt Jacobson, opened an 11,000 square foot large and small animal clinic on the west edge of Park River, North Dakota, in January 2022.
The Minnesota Agricultural Education Leadership Council has continued its investment in Farm Business Management.
The first annual Greater Grand Forks Farm Toy Show will be held March 18-19.
Melissa Wray, founder and director of Mainspring, returned to her rural roots after a decade of living in the Twin Cities to start the community organization with a mission to make more creative space available for the rural community of Caledonia and Houston County.
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“We’re preserving lessons learned from our families, preserving culture, preserving our history and we’re putting it on this very intimate display."
Two workshops are being offered through LivingWorks, a partner organization of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, in the coming months.

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Programs like Southeastern North Dakota Community Action Agency to take another blow with federal vaccine mandate deadline approaching.
Larry Zea enjoyed opera, flying, hunting, fishing and raising Scottish Highland cattle. For many years the jolly, white-bearded man became Santa Claus, working at shopping malls in Bemidji, Mankato and suburban Chicago. He marched with the U.S. Navy Band in President Kennedy’s funeral procession. But friends and family will remember Zea, who died Nov. 12 at age 84, for his generosity and zest for life.

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