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Articles from the November 15, 2021 edition

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 By Nathan Price    News    November 15, 2021

As vaccines are approved for kids, mandates face court challenges

A new era in the coronavirus pandemic is beginning this holiday season. COVID-19 vaccines have now been approved for children ages 5-11, the Biden administration’s vaccine mandates have been...

 
 By Nathan Price    News    November 15, 2021

NR-S school board to consider withdrawal from East Central special education

At their meeting on Monday, Nov. 15, NR-S Superintendent Jill Louters will ask the school board to withdraw from the East Central Center for Exceptional Children Special Education Unit (East... Full story

 

A Rocket...in Red

The Cardinal wrestling mats will be making a bit of a road trip eight days from now, 16 miles to New Rockford, for Carrington's "home" opener in the NR-S Gym against the Oakes Tornadoes. It wasn't som...

 
 By Nathan Price    News    November 15, 2021

NR-S evaluates bus storage needs

With the NR-S School District’s buses set to endure another winter out in the elements, discussions are ramping up about building a new storage facility next year. The NR-S Building Committee met...

 
 By Nathan Price    News    November 15, 2021

Benz selected for "Public Citizen of the Year" award by state's social workers

The North Dakota Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers has awarded New Rockford's Stacy Benz with the 2021 Public Citizen of the Year Award. A native of Leeds, N.D., Benz and her...

 

Chamber announces Jolly Jingle, Santa Day plans

Jolly Jingle is back! The New Rockford Area Chamber of Commerce will give away $1,000 to local shoppers this holiday season. The promotion runs from Monday, Nov. 15 to Sunday, Dec. 12. Shoppers get an entry for each purchase of $10 or more from a...

 

Sheyenne man among five indicted on federal drug trafficking charges

Acting United States Attorney Nick Chase announced Tuesday that a federal grand jury has indicted five individuals for Conspiracy to Possess with Intent to Distribute a Controlled Substance and Distribution of a Controlled Substance...

 

Community Credit Union welcomes Lindsey

Darnell Lindsey of Glenfield was hired by Community Credit Union (CCU) this summer. In his role as a loan officer, Darnell works with members on both ag and consumer loans from the Carrington office....

 

NR-S musicians selected to Northwest Festival

NR-S high school musicians Hallie Brown and Jacob Louters were both accepted into the Honor Chorus after a recorded audition was submitted. Students from ND, MT, and SD participated in the two-day...

 

Blood donors needed locally during Covid-19 pandemic

Living through a pandemic can lead to many uncertainties, although one thing we are sure of, is that the need for blood never ceases. Blood is only usable for 42 days, so a constant supply is always needed, no matter the season. Winter has...

 
 By Amy Wobbema    News    November 15, 2021

Students get hands-on at Jamestown Career Fair

On Thursday, Nov. 4, more than 1,000 students from 22 area schools had the opportunity to experience a variety of occupations at the Health, Technology and Trades Career Fair at Jamestown Civic...

 

AAA urges motorists to be prepared for winter

Snow and cold weather can make driving conditions more difficult and the first snowfall of the year often catches motorists unprepared. As periods of heavy or drifting snow may greet motorists in the coming days, AAA North Dakota is advising...

 

701 Rundown: Nov. 15, 2021

Here’s your weekly rundown of some of the most interesting headlines from newspapers across North Dakota. Commissioner’s sudden death stuns county Rolette County Commissioner Archie Metcalfe unexpectedly passed away on Tuesday, Oct. 26, at the...

 

Enrollment for 2022 health coverage is open

Open enrollment for health insurance began Nov. 1 and runs through Jan. 15, 2022. Open enrollment is a period where individuals and families can make changes to their health coverage or enroll in new coverage for any reason. If you experience a...

 
 By Linda Madson    News    November 15, 2021

Oberon Oracles: Nov. 15, 2021

Oberon Oracles has been absent from the paper because I had knee replacement surgery on October 11. It went well and the therapy is getting my knee back in working order. Johnny Grann came home from college Friday through Sunday to visit his family a...

 

Talk of the Town: Nov. 15, 2021

Weekend house guests at the Todd and Karen Koepplin farm were daughter Allyssa Lewis, Kenna and Grady of Dickinson. They visited aunts and uncles and grandparents while here, and tended to farm critters, and took care of some belated trick or...

 

Pleasant Prairie: Nov. 15, 2021

Monday, Jimmy Indergaard enjoyed supper at the Andy and Ruth Braaten home and later cheered the Carrington girls volleyball team on to a win, watching on TV. Tuesday, Janet Laube and YipYip were brief stoppers at the Charlotte Koepplin home. Karen...

 

Virginia warns dems of off-year sweep

The defeat of incumbent Democratic Governor Terry McAuliffe in Virginia is a precursor of the 2022 election, when Democrats better expect that normal off-year shift against an incumbent president....

 

A winning idea for Americans and their dogs

Our elected representatives in Washington produce bad ideas like cows produce methane. But, if Congress really wants to do something to make the lives of Americans better – and remember, I said...

 

We the People: Center stage, again

Former President Donald Trump’s assertion of executive privilege to deny the January 6 Select Committee access to his aides, advisers, documents and memo, brings center stage, once again, the issue of the nature, scope and authority for...

 

Obituary: Robert Thompson

Robert Thompson Sheyenne, N.D. Robert Lloyd Thompson, 78, of Sheyenne, N.D., passed away peacefully on Saturday, Oct. 30, 2021 at Golden Acres Manor in Carrington, N.D. A celebration of life will...

 

Obituary: Edgar Duda

Edgar Duda Carrington, N.D. Edgar Joseph Duda, 94, passed away peacefully on Saturday, Nov. 6, 2021, at Golden Acres Nursing Home in Carrington, N.D. Funeral service will be on Monday, Nov. 15, 2021...

 

Obituary: Paul Hoppe Jr.

Paul Hoppe Jr. Alice, N.D. Paul Hoppe Jr., 75, passed away peacefully, Friday, Nov. 5, 2021, under the care of hospice and his loving family in Alice, N.D. Funeral service was held Sunday, Nov. 14, 20...

 

Sermonette: Nov. 15, 2021

Grace and Peace to you from God our Father. Amen. The Bible. I'm sure the vast majority of homes in the area have at least one. That's good. Unfortunately, in too many homes, we're not quite sure where it is. If asked, is your answer some place in th...

 

Archival Anecdotes: Stashed away

Regular readers of Archival Anecdotes might recognize the name that belonged to an Eddy County pioneer, Elsie Kerr. Many of her items have been featured in this series - from cookie jars and...

 

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