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ENGAGEMENT: Doe-Herberg

Ariann Doe and Matthew Herberg announce their engagement and upcoming wedding. Parents of the couple are Warren and Gail Doe and Richard and Shirley Herberg. Ariann graduated from New England High School in New England, ND and graduated from Nort...

Ariann Doe and Matthew Herberg announce their engagement and upcoming wedding.

Parents of the couple are Warren and Gail Doe and Richard and Shirley Herberg.

Ariann graduated from New England High School in New England, ND and graduated from North Dakota State University with a degree in Zoology and a minor in Animal Science. She is currently employed at Doe Dairy in New England.

Matthew graduated from Cass Valley North High School in Argusville, ND and attended North Dakota State University. He also is employed at Doe Dairy.

A June 28th wedding is planned at Our Redeemer's Lutheran Church in New England, ND.

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The couple will reside in New England.

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