Mar 26, 2014
Kulm voters appear to approve $5.5M school project
Voters in Kulm appear to have approved a $5.5 million addition to the elementary school in the southeastern North Dakota town.
'Tigirlily' treats Divide Co. students to free concert
By Jody Michael Students and other local residents packed the Divide County High School auditorium Monday evening as the singing duo "Tigirlily" took the stage with a free concert as a prize for the community's success in the North Dakota Dollars for Scholars program's "Dollar Days" fundraising contest.
Just beans and corn
Dec. 02 --In 2012, for the first time, Kulm, N.D. , farmer Bart Schott grew only corn and soybeans on his family farm.
Oil Boom Spurring Rural Airport Growth in North Dakota
Aug. 27--Rural airports may be small, but they're used for more than just crop dusters, and since the oil boom, airports across North Dakota have seen an increase in traffic.
Minot Daily News
She was born April 25, 1932, to Joseph and Clara Ruetten, on a farm near Rosen. She graduated from Williston High School.