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Irene M. Kramer


Irene M. Kramer, 89, West Fargo, North Dakota passed away Saturday, March 16, 2024 at Sanford Fargo Hospice House, Fargo, North Dakota.

Irene Marie Kramer was born on April 17th, 1934, at Kensal the daughter of Ruby and Otto Fredrickson.

She was born and raised and graduated in Kensal. Irene married Kenneth Kramer on April 14th, 1953. And they made their home on a farm near Glenfield, North Dakota for 2 years. They moved South West of Kensal to take over the Fredrickson family farm where they raised eleven children, milked dairy cattle, and grew small grains.

Irene was a dedicated wife and mother. They moved to West Fargo in 2006.

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Irene is survived by 9 children, Rhonda Wolsky, Carrington ND, Shelly (Bernie) Wanzek, Courtney ND, James Kramer, Valley City ND, Renee (Larry) Shain, Marathon Florida, Linda Metz, Sydney MT, Denise Kramer, West Fargo ND, Janine (Allen) Smith, Jamestown ND, Jolleen (Curt) Brown, Sanborn ND, Lisa (Chris) Shain, West Fargo ND; Daughter-in-law, Bonnie Kramer, Valley City ND; 19 grandchildren; 37 great grandchildren; sister, Phyllis Hoggarth, Highland CA.

She is proceeded in death by her husband Kenneth Kramer; parents, Ruby and Otto Fredrickson; sons, Kenneth Jr. and Kurt Kramer; and grandson, Nathan Wanzek; sons-in-law, Jay Wolsky and Harry Metz.

Visitation will be 6:00 PM, Friday, March 22, 2024 with a rosary being said at 6:30 PM followed by a vigil service at 7:00 PM at St. John’s Catholic Church, Kensal, North Dakota. Mass of Christian Burial will be 10:00 AM, Saturday, March 23, 2024 at St. John’s Catholic Church, Kensal, North Dakota with Fr. Sean Mulligan presiding. Interment will be in St. John’s Catholic Cemetery, Kensal, North Dakota.

In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred to St. John’s Cemetery, Kensal, ND or Sanford Hospice House, Fargo, ND.

Eddy Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

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ND Highway Patrol: Sheyenne man hospitalized and flown to Bismarck hospital due to DUI crash

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ND Highway Patrol: Sheyenne man hospitalized and flown to Bismarck hospital due to DUI crash


(Maddock, ND) — A North Dakota man was hospitalized over the weekend following a crash south of Maddock.

The North Dakota Highway Patrol says Donald Ystaas (71, Sheyenne, ND) was traveling southbound on Highway 30 when he left the roadway, striking the guardrail for a bridge. He was treated on the scene by first responders, taken to a nearby healthcare facility, then flown to Sanford in Bismarck due to the severity of his injuries.

Ystaas was charged and arrested for DUI. 



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New GF bar and deer hunt

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The Grand Forks council will consider a liquor license for a new north side bar when they meet as a Committee of the Whole Monday night.  RG Investments is looking to locate in the old La Cantina site at 1730 13th Avenue North.  According to a staff report the business is seeking a beer/wine license and will be known as Cookie’s Lounge.  Preliminary plans call for a separate entrance to allow for a bakery to open next door as well.
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The East Grand Forks council on Tuesday will take another look at establishing a special bow hunt to help reduce the number of deer in the Greenway. Over the years the city has received numerous complaints from residents about the animals eating shrubs and gardens and causing accidents when they run into the road. If approved the archery hunt would be held November 15-24.



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Two arrested after gunshot fired from vehicle in Mandan

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MANDAN, N.D. — Two men were arrested here on Sunday, April 21, for being felons in possession of a handgun.

They were stopped shortly after 12:25 p.m., when a North Dakota Highway Patrol trooper following their car on eastbound Interstate 94 east of Exit 153 heard a gunshot and saw the passenger-side window of the car shatter.

The trooper stopped the vehicle and the two men were arrested without incident. A loaded handgun was found inside the car.

The Highway Patrol along and the state Bureau of Criminal Investigation are investigating the incident.

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