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Winterfest Special Feature: Take a look around... local gift ideas abound!

Before you drive out of town or reach for the computer for this year's holiday shopping, take a moment to consider if you can make your purchase in...

 
 By Rachel Brazil    News    December 2, 2019 

Get your curls and cuts at New Rockford's newest local business

There's a new place in town. Maybe you've noticed. Right across the street from the Eagles Club, in the old Montana-Dakota Utilities building, is The...

 
 By Rachel Brazil    News    December 2, 2019 

'Tis the season to 'Shop with the Sheriff"

The Eddy County Sheriff's Office is at it again. On Thursday, Dec. 12, deputies, highway patrol, and other law enforcement officers from around the...

 
 By Rachel Brazil    Opinion    December 2, 2019 

Food connects us all, so why over-regulate?

Food. It’s part of the holiday tradition. Think soups, kuchens or oven-baked bread. Don’t forget the jams and sauces, pickles and relishes, chocolate truffles or tamales. Oh my. The list goes on...

 
 By Rachel Brazil    News    December 2, 2019 

Grassroots food pantry on Spirit Lake Nation continues to give back

Last December, the Transcript published an article introducing New Rockford area native Patrick Schmid’s efforts to open a grassroots food pantry on the Spirit Lake Nation. It was a year ago that...

 

Customer service that sparkles and shines

This month's Employee of the Month award goes to Faith Presnell of Central Pharmacy. Her nomination comes from Stacy Benz who said quote, "Personal...

 

Former resident compiles and donates archival resources to public library

For anyone who has ever ventured into the world of genealogical research, you know dates are the key unlocking the past. Birth dates, census dates, enlistment dates, marriage dates, and of course...

 

Local bison ranchers face flooding and freezing head on

There is no doubt about it, ranching is an unpredictable way of life. Regardless of wind, rain, blizzard, drought or flood the animals have to be...

 

NR-S School Board to update strategic plan

From the implementation of a personalized learning program to completing major construction, the New Rockford- Sheyenne School District has been through a lot in the last few years. “We’ve...

 

Unexpected Finds

One look at the "Transcript" archives from 1944, and one thing becomes very clear- the world was at war. Throughout Europe and the Pacific, men and...

 
 By Rachel Brazil    News    October 28, 2019

Halloween line up offers a "spooktacular" evening

Green Screen Magic at Public Library While out and about this Halloween evening, be sure to stop by the Eddy-New Rockford Library for a spooktacular...

 
 By Rachel Brazil    News    October 28, 2019

Employee of the Month knows the power of books

Susie Sharp, the Eddy-New Rockford Librarian, has a fascinating superpower. We're not talking invisibility, superstrength or even time-travel. We're...

 
 By Rachel Brazil    News    October 28, 2019

Local healthcare professionals offer help for those with opioid dependence

On the evening of Monday, Oct. 21, more than 40 community members convened at the Community Ambulance Service with one common goal: to initiate a...

 
 By Rachel Brazil    News    October 28, 2019

Students participate in NDSU Choral Festival, Northwest Festival

Six talented students from the New Rockford-Sheyenne Music Department took part in the 21st annual NDSU High School Choral Festival Oct. 6 and 7....

 

OCTOBER SNOW 'FALL'

An early October blizzard brought much of North Dakota to a screeching halt last weekend. Light rains began as early as Wednesday, turning to snow by...

 
 By Rachel Brazil    News    October 21, 2019

NR-S school board moves to add value to lunch room

The NR-S school board made a motion during their meeting on Monday, Oct. 14 to adjust salaries for and hire three new members to the food service...

 
 By Rachel Brazil    News    October 14, 2019

Opioid use: the good and the bad

Vicodin. Oxycontin. Percocet. Fentanyl. Each of these medications belongs to a class of prescription painkillers known as opioids. Twenty-five years a...

 
 By Rachel Brazil    News    October 14, 2019

Museum's historic church undergoes improvements

The Eddy County Museum is under construction, thanks to the generosity of the community. "It's been a long time that we've been raising funds to...

 
 By Rachel Brazil    News    October 7, 2019

Never Forgotten after 75 years

In the woods that border the Connecticut towns of Norwich and Preston lie the ruins of two World War II fighter planes that crashed there during a...

 

Full steam ahead: Learning opportunities for all at annual steam threshers reunion

Even though heavy rain on Friday night put a kibosh to the traditional weekend parades and threshing demonstrations, there were still plenty of...

 

Chamber names LHGS Social Service Director as Employee of the Month

Angie Hopfauf has been a licensed social worker since she graduated from the University of Mary in 1999. She began at the Lutheran Home of the Good...

 

DPRCA shakes things up with "The Crazy Bingo Show"

This weekend, the Dakota Prairie Regional Center for the Arts’ Oktoberfest will be a one of a kind. Join the fun for the DPRCA original “The Crazy Bingo Show.” This spin off of the 2010 feature...

 

NR-S School Board finalizes 2019-20 budget, reviews favorable financial audit

After months of number crunching, the New Rockford-Sheyenne School district's $4,394,512.95 final 2019-20 budget was approved. This budget includes...

 

When change calls for collaboration

Back in early August, the “Transcript” published a story regarding a piece of legislation that would alter criminal jurisdiction on the Spirit Lake Reservation. Known as S. 2159, the Spirit Lake...

 

New Rockford- Sheyenne School District public levy meeting Sept 9

The New Rockford- Sheyenne School District is proposing a modest 0.38 mill increase for 2020. The public levy meeting is scheduled for Monday, Sept. 9 at 7 p.m. in the school cafeteria. Citizens are...

 

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