Quarantine Renewal: Transcript Publishing gets new digs

Although the bulk of the work was done prior to COVID-19 quarantine, the official reopening of Transcript Publishing at 817 Central Avenue just...

Independence Day Celebration light on events, but heavy on fun

Although there were fewer entries this year, the New Rockford parade did not disappoint. Led by local members of the North Dakota National Guard...

Water project progressing well

City officials received a lot of good news at their Monday, July 6 meeting. Wade Senger of Interstate Engineering noted that interest rates have...

Pleasant Prairie News: July 13, 2020

Eric and Lisa Longnecker, Ervin Longnecker and Dale and Diane Rosenberg were among the many to attend a wedding reception for the new David and Mrs. Schaefer Friday, July 3 at the Ron and Mary...

Spirit Lake Nation issues memorandum after five more positive cases of COVID-19 reported in Benson County

The Spirit Lake Tribe distributed an executive memorandum regarding positive cases of COVID-19. As of press time, there have been 11 cases of...

2021 budget on docket for County Commission

The Eddy County Commission is getting a start on the 2021 budget. On Monday, July 6, the commissioners met with several county entities to hear their proposed budgets. State’s Attorney Ashley...

Area theater and music programs adjust due to COVID-19

Weslie Langton, who has been cast as the lead in a summer production at Fort Totten Little Theatre, said "Rock of Ages" will be something for people...

Sheyenne News: July 13, 2020

Bonnie Deegan, Shirley Westby, Jan Loe and Patti Clifton got together for a visit and coffee one day last week. Bob and Dawn Boyd from Minnesota spent the July 4 week at their “home away from...

Talk of the Town: July 13, 2020

On the Fourth of July, Eloise Lucht was pleasantly surprised by visits from Rodney and Karen Thompson, Debbie Bush and Dave and Karen Thompson. Jay and Trisha McMonagle, Wylie, Zaylie and Max were...

Citywide Garage Sales set for Saturday, Aug. 8

The New Rockford Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual Citywide Garage Sale will be held on Saturday, August 8, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Participants may register now at Bakers Dozen or the Transcript...

Black Sox take #2 in Cal Ripken Tournament

Thursday, July 2 was an intense and heated tournament among five Cal Ripken teams. The sun was blazing brightly and the Black Sox were competing...

Independent: Sox earn road win over Kidder County

SNR Black Sox Independent beat Kidder County 5-2 on Wednesday. In the first inning, Kidder County got their offense started. Blake Pfaff was hit by a pitch, driving in a run. SNR knotted the game up...

Independent: Tough loss in Tolna

Wednesday, July 1, the Black Sox took on the Nelson County Owls for the second time this season. Last time, the Sox were able to narrowly steal the...

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Archival Anecdotes: Hotel Mattson

History is an inextricable element of the work done at Transcript Publishing. We often find ourselves consulting our archives or the Eddy County...

History of New Rockford: July 13, 2020

On May 21, 1903, Gilbert Bymoen from northwest of town, Joseph Christ from the Superior District, Jack McAvoy from Tiffany, John Hogan, and A.F....

Savvy Senior: July 13, 2020

Video Calling Solutions for Tech-Challenged Seniors Dear Savvy Senior, Can you recommend some simple devices that can help tech-challenged seniors...

Letter to the Editor: Central North Dakota Steam Threshers acquire new scale model steamer, plan to display it at 2020 show

Hello Transcript readers, I was in New Rockford for the Fourth of July this past weekend, and I'm writing to tell a little more about the little...

A cool idea whose time has come again

I’m getting a whole-house attic fan installed this week – just like the one my father had installed in my childhood home – and I cannot wait to...

Anglers should keep fish caught in deep water

North Dakota Game and Fish Department fisheries personnel encourage anglers to keep fish caught from depths of more than 25 feet, rather than practice catch-and-release. Scott Gangl, Game and Fish...

Tales of a N.D. tradition: Transcript Publishing and Dakota Edge Outdoors to publish "Big Buck Book"

My weekly column, Our Outdoors, has chronicled the recent history of hunting, angling and my experiences, as well as myriad misadventures and...

Dakota Recreation Report: July 13, 2020

Outdoor notes: *Resident deer applicants unsuccessful in the first lottery have until July 22 to apply for the second lottery for leftover licenses...

Weed Work

While midsummer brings its share of weeds to front lawns and gardens requiring some time on the hands and knees cleaning things up, or at least a...

North Dakota Outdoors: Fish regulations

Fisheries managers often hear from anglers who fish in, say, Minnesota and elsewhere, and wonder why specific regulations are applied in those...

Milking It for Monarchs

Imagine having to choose just one food to live off for half of your life. While I'm certain fried walleye would be a good option, or pizza would...

Obituary: Gaige Fiebelkorn

Our beloved son, Gaige Matthew Fiebelkorn, went to his Heavenly Home on January 8, 2020. He was the son of Quenten and Katarina Fiebelkorn and was...

Obituary: Wesley Hanson

Wesley Alan Hanson, 69, of Spirit Lake, Iowa, died Friday, July 3, 2020, at Avera McKenna Hospital in Sioux Falls, S.D. Funeral service was held...

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