Author Archives: Kari Lucin

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About Kari Lucin

Kari Lucin is a staff writer for the Jamestown Sun of Jamestown, N.D., a regional news site at jamestownsun.com, where she writes, dabbles joyfully in multimedia, and updates social media content.

1888: The Children’s Blizzard

This month marks the anniversary of one of the most horrific events in Midwest history, though after 125 years quite a few people don’t remember it at all: the Children’s Blizzard of 1888, which received its name because so many … Continue reading

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Worthington Rendering Company

BoingBoing linked to this helpful ad for Worthington Rendering Company. Click here for the much larger version at the original site; you can read the text that way.

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1940: Captain Lowry Retires

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1940: Rushmore Man Loses, Finds Money 9 Months Later

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1940: Fire at Rickbeils

F. Hardy Rickbeil was a cool guy, and I’m glad I got to meet him. The world is the lesser for his passing.

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1961: What’s Your Outdoor Meal?

 

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1961: Mixing and Musing Rhubarb Jam!

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1961: Horrific Crash on Highway 60

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1940: 100 Year Pen and Root Beer Too

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1940: Historic Fire

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