Jackie Jahfetson

Former reporter

Jackie Jahfetson is a former reporter for The Dickinson Press.

“There’s a little bit of something for everyone. You come with your family, your kids can find something, the moms can find something, the dads can find something,” Jessica Quandt, owner of JQ Clothing, said.
It's the middle of hay season in southwestern North Dakota. With a much wetter spring and early summer, ranchers are experiencing a better hay cut than last year. We visited with JC Farms to learn more about what goes into haying.
The Dunn County Commission met Wednesday, with deliberations focused primarily on a performance merit plan and cost of living adjustment and what that could mean for county employees in 2023.
Sunrise Youth Bureau became the first agency in North Dakota to acquire its shelter care certification. The Sunrise Youth Bureau and an administrator with the Children and Family Services Division at the North Dakota Department of Human Services share more about the impact the certification will have for western North Dakota.
A host of Stark County officials convened for a brainstorming meeting related to a proposal to hire a grant writer that will service rural communities with financial growth opportunities.
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Red Trail Energy, LLC announced that it officially began carbon capture and storage at its ethanol facility located near Richardton, North Dakota, on June 16.
“I think it’s getting quite drawn out because it’s three weeks now... My customers are not happy. We don’t have any return motel customers. One night without a shower is long enough," Harold Hugelen said, owner of Trapper’s Kettle in Belfield, North Dakota.
Maci Wehri, of Hebron, North Dakota, was recently crowned as Miss Agriculture USA. Wehri is also going to be a junior at Dickinson State University. We visited Wehri at her family’s farm in Hebron to learn about her passion for agriculture.
Police say the incident remains under investigation following a high speed crash that sent one man to the hospital on Thursday and destroying the school entrance sign.