Where are they now? Walz siblings take three very different paths

Long-time area residents Glenn and Mary (née Birkeland) Walz raised three children on their farm a few miles south of town. Now their adult children...

Navigating the cone maze

Come one and all, we challenge you to a new kind of maze! In place of corn we have cones. That's right, at least a 100 of those orange and white...

Water works: Water main replacement slated to begin Aug. 26

Phase I of the city's water infrastructure project will begin next week. Dickinson-based BEK Consulting will come on scene Monday, Aug. 26 to begin...

Golf tournament raises record funds for families who experienced infant loss

A child who dies in the womb knows only its parents love. He knows no pain. In support of these families, the 9-hole GOLF "fore" ANGELS tournament...

CHI St. Alexius Health Carrington welcomes 2 Nurse Practitioners to its ER team

CHI St. Alexius Health Carrington is pleased to welcome Brian Stanley, DNP, ENP-BC, ANP-BC, FNP-C and Robert Wynn, DNP, FNP-BC, BCEN to its medical...

Foster and Eddy County teams compete at state 4-H land judging

Eddy and Foster County teamed up in the Senior Division to place Second as a team in the 4-H State Land Judging Contest. Foster County sent six...

Youth actors present "School House Rock Jr."

The DPRCA Dakota Spark Opera House Youth Actors are making the final preparations of the production, "School House Rock Junior" That's right, the...

N.D. State Treasurer: Is the sale too good to be true?

Is the sale too good to be true? Do you sometimes feel the sale is too good to be true? Do you find yourself impulsively buying just because it is on sale? When is a good deal not a good deal? Sale...

Wells County Fair power pull, junkfest Aug. 24

The Wells County Fair Truck & Tractor Power Pull that was cancelled in June will be held Saturday, Aug. 24 at 5 p.m. at the Wells County Fairgrounds in Fessenden. Spectators will see trucks and...

North Dakota Highway Patrol receives Federal Waiver to fly drones over people

The North Dakota Highway Patrol has received a four-year waiver from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to operate drones/Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) over people. The FAA approved the...

Fall sports season for Rockets begins Friday night

The New Rockford-Sheyenne Rockets will inaugurate nine months worth of high school athletics when the first game of the 2019-20 term at NR-S kicks...

Talk of the Town - Aug. 19, 2019

Among those attending the monthly meeting of Circle Trail Riders Inc. at the New Rockford Eagles Club Monday evening were Bill and Diana Ziegler, Duff Settelmeyer and Kim Brawn. Tuesday Sharon...

Sheyenne News - Aug. 19, 2019

Last Tuesday evening evening visitors at the home of Greg and Cindy Hegland were Holly Zieman of Carrington and Patti Clifton. Friday evening, Jan Loe and Patti Clifton enjoyed the DPRCA's...

Pleasant Prairie News - Aug. 19, 2019

Tuesday forenoon Charlotte Koepplin stopped in at James River Ag, just in time to visit with the crew over grilled burgers and peach pie and an ice cream treat. Margie Anderson enjoyed a phone call...

Yard of the Week for Aug. 12, 2019

Bruce and Donna Gedrose have been named this week's Yard of the Week winner by the New Rockford Area Betterment Corporation. The Gedrose yard was...

Oberon Oracles - Aug. 19, 2019

Thursday, Aug. 1, Jake, Amanda, Fallyn and Piper Hegland met Jarvis and Patty Hegland and their grandson Silas Zietz, for supper at Harriman’s in Maddock. Sunday, Aug. 4, Amanda’s brother, Ryder...

History of New Rockford: Aug. 19, 2019

On Aug. 12, 1902, County Superintendent Grace Putnam went to Fessenden where the Tri-County State Teachers’ Training School was held from Aug. 11...

Eyes that see the good in things: Aug. 19, 2019

“Good Morning America” used to be one of my favorite shows, although I admit I probably haven’t watched in 20 years. Mostly because watching...

Dakota Datebook: Chicken Mystery

Chicken Mystery August 22, 2019 — At the beginning of the summer in 1945, the secretary of the American Legion Post in Ashley asked the editor of the “Ashley Tribune” to report on what he and...

Savvy Senior: Is Pet Insurance a Good Idea for Seniors on a Budget?

Dear Savvy Senior, I own two dogs and a cat that I would do almost anything for, but expensive veterinary bills put a strain on my budget. Is pet...

Introducing: the cheat sheet!

Thought I’d try something different: Instead of the usual carefully researched and elegantly styled prose masterpiece, how about a handy...

Letter to the Editor: Wind powers opportunity

This American Wind Week (Aug. 12-18) we celebrated the ways wind powers opportunity in all 50 states, including North Dakota, by creating jobs, investing billions of dollars in rural communities and...

Attorney General: 'it's the right thing to do'

When Director of Corrections and Rehabilitation Leann Bertsch announced a new Justice Reinvestment program to reduce the prison population and cut...

Woodstock at 50: what might have been

For various reasons, my graduating class has seen two milestone anniversaries sail by without a class reunion materializing. So, I can understand the disappointment of those on the slightly older...

Early season for Canada geese kicks off hunting season

August is no longer just about winding down the fishing season and starting the planning and preparation for upcoming hunting seasons. While North...

North Dakota Game and Fish Report: Aug. 19, 2019

Required for Migratory Bird Hunters Migratory bird hunters of all ages are reminded to register with the Harvest Information Program prior to hunting ducks, geese, swans, mergansers, coots, cranes,...

Dakota Recreation Report- Aug. 19, 2019

Outdoor notes: *Release any fish caught deeper than 20 feet because they won’t survive coming up from deep water. *Aug. 30: Deer and pronghorn...

Sermonette: Aug. 19, 2019

Rain. We love it. It is needed to grow our crops. Oh, there may be some irrigation on a small scale here and there but for the most part, our farmers here need the rain. I must admit, agricultural...

Living on Purpose: Having a hunger and thirst for God

We all love to sit down to a good meal. Whatever our favorite food, we really look forward to enjoying the things we love. After our appetite is...

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