2020-12-02

The Journal 2020-12-02

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Unhjem family is thankful for new lease on life for Lane


Thanksgiving has taken on a whole new meaning in the Lane Unhjem household. That’s because Unhjem, 57, received a successful heart transplant in the early morning hours of Thanksgiving Day. “We’ve got a chance now,” Unhjem’s wife, Julie said. “A chance for a whole new lease on life. That’s all we wanted.” What a long, strange trip it’s been for […]

Santa’s helper

One of Santa’s helpers, Caitlin Lindsey, rides atop the Haugland Insurance Services float during Crosby’s Light Up Night parade. The entry took second place, behind the Hygge Hills train/Bank of Tioga entry. All of the night’s winners are listed on Page. 9. Oops! An active online subscription is required to access this content. Please login below or Subscribe today! Username […]

Legislators expect challenging session


Legislators will face a lot of tough questions when the governing body convenes in January. An oil downturn has strained the Bakken’s economy, created a revenue shortfall in the state budget and shows little sign of a rebound in the near future. A pandemic has uprooted every aspect of life. Then, on top of the myriad “normal” issues like oil […]

Pool admission prices hold steady for 2021; passes becoming popular Christmas gift


The Crosby Park Board has voted not to increase the price of either daily admission or season passes to the city swimming pool in 2021. The board set the prices at its November meeting in order to sell gift season passes for the holidays, as President Traci Lund reported an increasing number of requests for them. “We actually sold quite […]

Sweet treats

Judy Meyer and Karen Sparks held a short-notice holiday bake sale in the lobby of the Dakota Theatre last week. Word got around fast, but with only five people inside at a time, there was often a wait on the sidewalk, too. Oops! An active online subscription is required to access this content. Please login below or Subscribe today! Username […]

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Patrick Ryan hands Joyce Wolter a couple of roast beef meals on Light Up Night; and Faith and Daniel Crosby, of Williston, read a couple of the pages of a holiday story posted on Main Street store fronts. Oops! An active online subscription is required to access this content. Please login below or Subscribe today! Username Password Remember Me   […]

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Divide County Commissioner Gerald Brady leads a tour for a couple of contractors — Neal Throntveit, Ronald Olson and Gayleen Tangsrud — looking at wall repairs and painting jobs inside the historic building. Auditor Gayle Jastrzebski, back, listens in. Oops! An active online subscription is required to access this content. Please login below or Subscribe today! Username Password Remember Me […]

Amelia Caussyn

Amelia “Millie” Caussyn, 87, passed to heaven November 24, 2020, after complications from a fall. A funeral service was Tuesday, December 1, 2020, at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Mandan, with Fr. Josh Waltz celebrating. Burial followed at North Dakota Veterans Cemetery. Millie was born April 18, 1933, in Raleigh, to Walter and Allie Schmidt. The family moved to Bismarck in […]

Janet Kostek

Janet Kostek, 77, Crosby, passed away Tuesday, November 24, 2020, at St. Luke’s Hospital, Crosby, from cancer. Janet’s wish was to be cremated and laid to rest beside her husband. A family service will be held in the spring. Janet Louise Jacobson was born January 22, 1943, to Wilbert and Ruth (Melland) Jacobson in Williston. She married Harlan (Sonny) Kostek […]