Culver's to open on Monday
The Culver’s restaurant in Mandan expects to open on Monday at 10 am.
Located at 1704 E Main St., the restaurant serves fast casual food cooked-to-order. Hours are 10 a.m.-10 p.m. daily except for a few holidays.
Franchise owner Sammi Wu and her husband, Harry Wu, have extensive experience in the restaurant industry.
Bendish working for association
Emily Bendish, Mandan, has been named the North Dakota Stockmen's Association’s communications director.
Bendish's job will include the production of the North Dakota Stockman magazine, writing media releases and broadcasting a weekly radio commentary.
She is a Dickinson State University ag business/marketing graduate who interned with Farm Credit Services of Mandan and the Northern Great Plains Research Laboratory.
She was active in FFA, where she helped lead her ag communications team to a second-place finish at the national competition. In college, she was a member of Collegiate Farm Bureau and represented the group at the 2018 Young Farmers and Ranchers Leadership Conference in Reno, Nev.
Credit unions place in programs
First Community Credit Union, Jamestown, took first place in the $250 million to $1 billion in assets category in the state Dora Maxwell Social Responsibility Awards program.
Capital Credit Union, Bismarck, was second in the same category.
Railway Credit Union, Mandan, placed second among those with $50 million to $250 million in assets.
In the Louise Herring Philosophy In Action Awards program, Capital Credit Union and Railway Credit Union were first in their categories.
Capital Credit Union was also first in the state level of the Desjardins Adult Financial Education Award.
The first-place credit unions advance for national judging at the Credit Union National Association.
Keller Insurance designates grant
Keller Insurance Services, Mandan, received a Road to Success Agency Incentive $500 grant from Grinnell Mutual Reinsurance Co., which the agency designated to Mandan bands.
Two qualify for Dean's List
Two Mandan students are among those listed on the spring semester Dean’s List at Mayville State University.
They are Sydney Gangl and Erin Rector.
Students named to the Dean's List have attained a grade-point average of at least 3.50 and have successfully completed a minimum of 12 graded credit hours of regular academic credit from Mayville State.
Klein finishes degree at SDSU
Elizabeth Klein, Mandan, received a doctor of pharmacy degree after the spring session at South Dakota State University, Brookings.
Dannenfelzer goes to convention
Wendy Dannenfelzer, Mandan, state president of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary, led the state delegation at the 105th national auxiliary convention in July in Kansas City, Mo.
Syverson chosen for membership
Zachary J.M. Syverson, a student at Mandan High School, has been selected for lifetime membership in the National Society of High School Scholars.
Awards given in Extension
NDSU Extension agents were among those honored during the National Association of County Agricultural Agents' conference in Chattanooga, Tenn.
Penny Nester, agriculture and natural resources agent in Kidder County, was a state and regional winner and national finalist for a poster on the impacts of bale grazing on soil health and herbage production in south-central North Dakota. Marissa Leier, agriculture and natural resources agent in Morton County, was among co-developers of the poster.
Kaip earns history degree
Michael Kaip, Mandan, earned a degree from the University of Wisconsin, Whitewater, at spring commencement in May.
Kaip graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor of science degree in history.
Hochalter on honor listing
Bismarck State College has announced the President's Honor Roll for the summer semester, which requires at least a 3.50 grade-point average on a 4.0 scale while enrolled in at least 12 semester hours of classes.
Alexis Hochhalter, Mandan, is among students included.
Maluy named to committee
Lucia Shelley Maluy, a Spanish teacher in the Mandan public schools, has been selected as a member of the 2018-19 North Dakota English Learner Program Advisory Committee.
The committee helps guide the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction’s efforts to design and implement various English learner programs.
Maluy has 19 years of experience in grades K-12 and five at the university level. She completed her master's degree in education at the University of Mary and is pursuing a Ph.D. in education through the Universidad Jose Marti de Latinoamerica in Monterrey, Mexico.
Schulz attends meeting in D.C.
Morton County Commissioner Cody Schulz was among six county commissioners and seven county sheriffs who attended a White House meeting with eight Cabinet officials on Aug. 29.
Schulz said, “We had the opportunity to visit about infrastructure, energy and agriculture policy."