Monthly Archives: March 2013

MEET ANOTHER NEW FAMILY IN ANAMOOSE!

Alyce and I welcomed our newest residents to Anamoose tonight.  They are Alan and Cindy Barnes and their children, Judy (6 years) and Carter (17).  They had friends visiting them, Monica & Jeff Dicke, who are also moving to ND … Continue reading

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I Didn’t Win

Darn, I didn’t win a ham or a turkey at the Anamoose Fire Department Turkey Bingo Fund Raiser last evening.  But 15 lucky people did-2 of which won both a turkey & a ham.  Plus there were 7 raffles where … Continue reading

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Anamoose Job Development Authority meets

The Anamoose JDA committee met last evening to plan for 2013.  Pictured are Rose Weninger, Frank Ewert, Stan Martin and Mardell Helm. Mardi Helm was elected as the new president to replace Frank Ewert.  Alyce Heer was elected Vice President … Continue reading

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WELCOME TO ANAMOOSE!!

On 03/07/13 we welcomed Heather and Troy Burrington, along with children Marilyn (13), Schuyler (8) and Greyson (4) Peterson.  They come to us from Corcoran, MN and have purchased the former Edgar Rath home.  They checked out Anamoose through the … Continue reading

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Roasting Stan

A roast is not just cooked meat, as I found out last night.  Stan Martin was “roasted” for his 39 years as city auditor.  That is when you tell about some embarrassing moments, or make up something that you think … Continue reading

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Big Winner

After 9 weeks of Friday evening pinochle, the winners of the 2nd annual tournament were Lowell Dusek, 1st place winner of $100; and Ron Cartwright, 2nd place winner of $50.  Lowell averaged 700 a game & Ron 685. I was … Continue reading

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Where to Put the Snow?

Yesterday’s snow storm that moved across North Dakota left Anamoose with 8 more inches of snow. Brent Weninger, city maintenance man, worked all night till 4:30am, and at 8 am when I went uptown he was back again cleaning off … Continue reading

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