EMS Week: May 15-21, 2022

May 15-21, 2022 is the 47th annual National EMS Week. The 2022 EMS Week theme: "EMS: Rising to the Challenge." This theme is particularly meaningful now, to remind people that every day we are faced...

First-year math teacher resigns

Jake Bilden, a high school math teacher, coach for junior high football and head coach of the SNR Black Sox baseball team, has submitted a letter of resignation to the NR-S School Board, the fourth...

County declares flood emergency

Overland flooding in the area has forced county commissioners in Eddy County to sign a Flood Emergency Declaration, as roads in the area have washed away. Eddy County Commissioners met with Eddy...

Go-Karts coming back to New Rockford

Thanks to great community partnerships, the B & B Racers go-kart track will once again be set up downtown over the Fourth of July weekend. A generous donation from the New Rockford Lions Club...

Talk of the Town: May 16, 2022

Granddaughter, Kalli Koepplin, and grandma, Janelle Koepplin, enjoyed a visit over lunch, Friday, at the Rockford Café and later a visit at the Charlotte Koepplin home. Kalli is from Minneapolis, where she is employed as a nurse. Kalli brought...

Award-winning Transcript racks up 32 more in '22

Your local newspaper took home 32 awards in the 2022 North Dakota Newspaper Association (NDNA) Better Newspaper Contest. The announcements were made at the NDNA Annual Convention in Bismarck on...

NR-S earns 4 stars at State Music

On May 6-7, NR-S musicians and accompanist, Annette Hovey, traveled to Minot State University to compete in the 2022 State Music Contest. Of the six events, four received star-ratings and two...

Piggy Bank Pageant winners announced

April was Youth Financial Literacy Month. North Dakota State University Extension in Foster and Eddy counties, local banks and credit unions all partnered with schools in Carrington and New Rockford...

Sheyenne News: May 16, 2022

Patti Clifton and Jan Loe joined Joan Cudworth, Jane Cudworth, Kathy Albrecht, Rhoda Stenberg and Marilynn Kruger, along with other friends and family, for the bridal shower of Hope Gutschmidt, bride-to-be of Evan Swenson, on Saturday morning at...

Pleasant Prairie News: May 16, 2022

Circle Trail Riders held May meeting on Monday night at Secretary, Charlotte Koepplin’s home. Those attending were Cory and Katie Jorgensen, Dale and Diane Rosenberg, Bill and Diana Ziegler, Nancy Ludwig, Tara Hansen, Rob Lies and Dalton Wall....

Athletes give it their all

The New Rockford-Sheyenne Rockets and the Warwick Warriors traveled some miles these past two track meets, by traveling to Rugby on Thursday, May 5 and then traveling to Carrington on Saturday, May...

Belquist sets CNDC Outdoor records

Mother Nature strikes yet again. The New Rockford-Sheyenne varsity and junior high teams were scheduled to attend the 2022 CNDC Outdoor in Fessenden on Tuesday, May 10. But after a few inches of rain...

Pitching duel was highlight of Black Sox defeat

A late inning defensive breakdown by the Black Sox spoiled a gem from starting pitcher Keaton Cudworth. On Thursday, May 5, the Sheyenne-New Rockford Black Sox hosted a rematch with the Wolves of...

Tough losses for Black Sox in Rugby

On Saturday, May 7, the Sheyenne-New Rockford Black Sox traveled to Rugby for a double header with the Rugby Panthers and Velva-Drake/Anamoose Aggies. Up first were the Panthers, who entered...

Savvy Senior: Best senior travel discounts in 2022

Dear Savvy Senior, What are some of the best travel discounts available to seniors? My husband and are about to retire and are interested in traveling more, but live on a tight budget. Frugal...

History of New Rockford: May 16, 2022

On Jan. 10, 1905, the Eddy County Commission appointed W.C. Dresser as vice president and Dr. Charles MacLachlan as superintendent of the county board of health, and C.J. Maddux and Dr. Charles...

Biden's hyperbole is getting ridiculous

President Biden and those around him have a fondness for using historical disasters as points of comparisons to raise the level of outrage over outbreaks of violence and unrest that have plagued the...

Supreme Court: State actors may not lead school prayer

In 1962, in Engel v. Vitale, the U.S. Supreme Court, in one of the most controversial decisions of the Warren Court era, held school-led prayer unconstitutional for violating the First Amendment’s Establishment Clause. Engel was the first school...

What I've learned from Enes' freedom

“A few weeks ago, I was blessed to spend time with Turkish NBA star turned American human rights advocate Enes Kanter Freedom in the Peace Garden State. “His message is bold, yet simple. His message is brave, yet shared. It’s something we...

The Peluso Report: Fast Forwarding

It is hard to believe the Big Muddy walleye tournament has come and gone already on the Missouri River this spring, but that's probably because we never really had a spring. Lots of major weather...

North Dakota Game & Fish News: May 16, 2022

Deer season set, apply online North Dakota’s 2022 deer season is set, with 64,200 licenses available to hunters, down 8,000 from last year. In total, any-antlered licenses decreased by 150 from last year, any-antlerless by 350, antlered whitetail...

Our Outdoors: Here Comes the Sun(glasses)

It's been a long mix of chilly winter and underwhelming spring. Cold temperatures, snow, rain and general nastiness extending into May have built up a longing for the warmth of the later stretch of...

Dakota Recreation Report: May 16, 2022

Outdoor notes: *Paddlefish snagging season closed but remains open for snag-and-release. Go to the Game & Fish website, (gf.nd.gov) for snagging regulations. *Deer gun and muzzleloader applications...

As Red River Drops, Catfishing to Pick Up

With the drought of 2021 in the rearview mirror for the Red River valley of eastern North Dakota and western Minnesota, following significant spring snows and ample April rains, the challenging...

Living on Purpose: Man shall not live by bread alone

One of the popular topics that readers contact me about are concerns associated with food shortages and higher costs. I realize that no one has a crystal ball to see into the future, but we have plenty of websites that are encouraging everyone to...

Sermonette: May 16, 2022

Jesus says that those who are forgiven much will love much but “those who are forgiven little will love little” (cf. Luke 7:47). Does this mean that we have to be forgiven for great and many sins before we can have great love for God? In other...

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