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Kashin’ in on Kumla










Reporter & Farmer | Emre K. Erku
To the left is Barb James, to the right, Myrene Hanson. These two gals were the experts behind rolling mushed up potatoes into the kumla mix during a fundraiser held by the Strand-Kjorsvig Foundation at the Roslyn Event Center April 23. While Hanson’s been cooking kumla for 60 years, the 80-year-old says it was a poor man’s food eaten by South Dakota’s Scandanavian ancestors. In present time, with over 350 attendees eating the hearty meal, it’s helping the living center in Roslyn stay afloat.

Strand-Kjorsvig Living Center benefits from


Norwegian style fundraiser

by Emre K. Erku

By rolling one kumla ball at a time, volunteer chefs in Roslyn hoped to protect Strand-Kjorsvig Living Center from being dropped from South Dakota like a bag of potatoes.

So just after dawn April 23 Roslyn’s Event Center kitchen was packed with 18 of these volunteers who painstakingly transformed 600...…

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Home course advantage clicks

Bearcats girls second, boys third at Webster invite

by Emre K. Erku

Senior Chase Amdahl almost penciled in his best score of the season to end the Webster Area Invitational Golf Meet April 21. Junior Tristen Traylor, did shoot his best.

“Chase (Amdahl) had a chance to break 80 coming down to the last few...


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