THE DULLUM FILE The Football Star, The Supermodel and The Senator
Why is it that the weeks of summer fly by at breakneck speed and those in the dead of winter drag on and on? Anyway, wehad another good round of guests this week on WDAZ News @5.
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Driving 24 hours and 1,500 miles to a hot, humid place to serve meals out of a truck isn’t everyone’s idea of a vacation. But that is what’s in store for East Grand Forks’ Tom Harding, who couldn’t be more excited to volunteer with the American Red Cross as Hurricane Isaac bears down on New Orleans.
The American Red Cross said Monday that it will be receiving a $30,145 check for flood relief from UND and UND Athletics during the men’s basketball game against North Dakota State tonight at Ralph Engelstad Arena.
Secretary of State Al Jaeger said once Gov. John Hoeven appoints a replacement, that person will be able to serve for two years without being elected — even though the late Judge James Bekken’s term ends this year.
Red Cross volunteers will be accepting donations to the International Response fund for relief efforts in Haiti from 4 to 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the Texas Roadhouse on 32nd Avenue South in Grand Forks.
The NBA and players union jointly announced Friday a $1 million contribution to the cause, which includes the Minnesota Timberwolves. The Minnesota Vikings will have a collection drive at their Sunday playoff game against the Dallas Cowboys in Minneapolis. The NFL and its players union also offered a $1 million pledge.
Want to help victims of the earthquake in Haiti? Aid organizations need your assistance but warn that well-intentioned efforts like collecting bottled water and clothing on your own may not be the most helpful thing for a disaster-ravaged country that does not have the infrastructure to distribute them.
An Oklahoma man accused of hiring his handyman to kill a North Dakota dentist has waived extradition and will be returned to North Dakota to face a charge of conspiracy to commit murder. Gene Kirkpatrick, 63, Jones, Okla., is accused of paying Michael Nakvinda, 41, $3,000 to kill Philip Gattuso, who was Kirkpatrick’s son-in-law. Nakvinda is charged with murder.
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, November 21, 2009
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