Richter recognized by Chamber for her pandemic protocol

Vicky Richter, staff development coordinator at Lutheran Home of the Good Shepherd, is the latest recipient of the New Rockford Area Chamber of...

Local law enforcement respond to high speed pursuit, cafe robbery

The officers at the Eddy County Sheriff's Office have had their hands full lately. On Wednesday, Jan. 13 officers approached a blue Jeep Cherokee...

Eagles Club contributes $50K to new gymnasium

The New Rockford Eagles Club made a big donation to the second gymnasium project this month. The two presentations made by Superintendent Jill...

Open Season Lodge & Event Center to host vendor show

The Open Season Lodge, located in the former Sheyenne School, will open its doors to more than 20 vendors on Saturday, Feb. 6. The event will take place from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Event organizer Alyson...

Business News: Anderson names a Silver Producer for Insure Forward

Insure Forward is proud to announce that Janine Anderson, New Rockford, has been named a Silver Producer for 2020, as...

Eagles Club among donors of JRMC's Annual Polar Pig fundraising event, hospice services to benefit

The Harley Owners Group (H.O.G.s) understand the impact a quality hospice program has on a community. Jamestown Regional Medical Center's Hospice...

Business News: Widmer Roel promotes Thomas to Senior Audit Associate

Renelle Thomas has been promoted to Senior Audit Associate in the audit department of Widmer Roel, a local public accounting and business advisory...

Talk of the Town: January 25, 2021

Shirley Packard was brave last Thursday as she was among those who had her first Covid-19 virus shot at Central Pharmacy. Tuesday afternoon Karen Koepplin and daughter Allyssa Lewis, Kenna and Grady...

COVID-19 Vaccines

In last week’s COVID-19 update, we referred to the NDDoH’s vaccine priority list and indicated it would be published in a sidebar; however, we failed to publish that list. The list is printed...

Pleasant Prairie: January 25, 2021

Margie Anderson received the sad news recently that long time friend Emilee Miller passed away in Wisconsin. Emilee was the wife of Wallace Miller, long time resident and farmer in Nordmore Township...

Rockets get win over Knights, fall to #2 Indians in district play

New Rockford-Sheyenne split a pair of District 7 games in this last week's action, finishing with a 64-34 win at the NRS-S Gym against Dakota Prairie...

Duchscherer rules mats for Carrington

Matthew Duchscherer, a student at New Rockford-Sheyenne High School, is dominating on the high school wrestling mat thus far in 2020-21. The junior,...

Girls fall to HWC, shoot lights out against Cavalier

New Rockford-Sheyenne had about as different of a two-game swing as a team could possibly have during this past week of girls' basketball action. On...

History of New Rockford: January 25, 2021

The Oct. 23, 1903, “Transcript” contained a letter from Sheyenne minister Rev. E.T. Quam describing his recent railroad trip through Minnesota,...

We the People: Removing a president

Memories of the footage of the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, on January 6, 2021, will be forever etched in the minds of the citizenry. No American since the War of 1812 has seen an assault on...

Archival Anecdotes: What's in a name

Archives are only as complete as the information within. In fact, there is one particular topic lacking information that bothers me­. Many of the...

Savvy Senior: How to Find Affordable Housing for Seniors

Dear Savvy Senior, Are there any resources to help seniors find and pay for senior apartments? My aunt, who’s 75 years old, needs to find a new...

Thoughts can become action

A few New Rockford residents have inquired about the United State Flag that is being flown with blue field down in my yard. In article 4 of the U.S....

Liberty in 2021: It's common sense

On January 10, 1776, impassioned Americans – from the streets of the Colonies to private meetings in taverns – were moved by an anonymous...

Big tech, right wing media and cartoonist logic

While the mainstream media is rightfully focused on the second impeachment of President Trump and the assault on the Capitol, right wing media is obsessed with “Freedom of Speech.” Right wing...

Slab Specifics

Crappies through the ice remain one of my favorite winter angling pastimes. While slightly more mysterious in their ways than other panfish, when...

A Hunter's Guide to the Legislature

In every session of the North Dakota Legislature, numerous bills come forward that affect our public lands, waters, fish and wildlife resources. In...

Our Outdoors: Today is Tomorrow

Shortly after purchasing my first boat, a used 1986 Grumman Sportsman found on the classified ad page of a regional fishing website that has long...

Dakota Recreation Report: January 25, 2021

Outdoor notes: *Ice is never completely safe. Avoid areas with vegetation, moving water, pressure ridges and springs. Check conditions as you go...

North Dakota Outdoors: January 25, 2021

We need to point out a few important news items this winter that won’t help you catch more fish through the ice, but are important, nonetheless....

Obituary: Donald Salmonson

Donald C. Salmonson, 84, Lincoln, Neb., passed away on Jan. 14, 2021. Born Nov. 23, 1936 to Vernon and Astrid (Nelson) Salmonson. Don is survived by his wife Trudy; children Karen (Greg) Znamenacek...

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