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Mon, Nov 21st, 2022 - 4:54pm
(Bismarck, ND) -- Two turkeys who might otherwise have ended up as the main course on Thanksgiving Day are home free after Governor Doug Burgum pardoned both during yesterday's pre-holiday event at the state Capitol.
The pardons were made during a ceremony with Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring, where Burgum commuted the holiday sentences of Wyndmere raised turkeys Sunflower and Honey.
During Friday's ceremony, Burgum and Goehring distributed 15 frozen turkeys to the Abused Adult Resource Center and Heavens Helpers Soup Cafe in Bismarck.