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 By Nathan Price    News    February 28, 2022

Stanton acquires Schuster RV Park

The Schuster RV Park, long owned by John and Jean Schuster, is officially under new ownership. Justin Stanton, a Florida native who settled in New Rockford last year, is the new owner of the Schuster...

 
 By Amy Wobbema    News    February 28, 2022

City of New Rockford to consider recycling option with new waste removal contract

Next Monday, March 7, New Rockford city commissioners will review bids for garbage collection services in the city. Besides the obvious goal of getting the lowest possible price on an essential...

 

Moving on and stepping up

Miller's Fresh Foods put on quite the party Wednesday night. They celebrated a big transition at the downtown New Rockford grocery store. Bruce Hagen, a staple at the store since 1964, officially...

 

Chamber, Park District and NRABC to host Community Social

Mark your calendar for Friday, March 25. The New Rockford Area Chamber of Commerce, New Rockford Park District and New Rockford Area Betterment Corporation are teaming up to put on a Community Social Event. The evening begins at 5 p.m. with Happy...

 
 By Nathan Price    News    February 28, 2022

New Rockford alumnus flies all over the world and above home

Sometimes, childhood dreams really do come true. Jason Lafontaine graduated from New Rockford High School in 1988 with dreams of becoming a pilot. Decades later, there aren't many places on Earth he...

 

Bowling alley is back in business

Wonder Lanes is officially open! The newly renovated lanes were available for open bowling six nights a week as of Feb. 19. Hours are 4 p.m.- 10 p.m. Tuesday to Friday, and Saturdays and Sundays 12...

 
 By Nathan Price    News    February 28, 2022

Charges brought in Valentine weekend bar fight

Shortly after 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 13, Deputy Suave of the Eddy County Sheriff’s Department arrived at Hanson’s Bar in New Rockford to discover John Allmaras’ face covered in blood and...

 

Valentines for Vets

Members of First Lutheran Church handmade nearly 200 Valentine cards for area veterans. Women of the church led the effort, with students in the LiFT! confirmation class offering a helping hand as...

 

Five NR-S locals earn opportunity to move onto the regional free-throw shoot off

The District #13 Knights of Columbus free-throw shoot off was held on Feb. 20, 2022 in Devils Lake. Area winning Knights of Columbus girls' and boys' were invited to the District Free-Throw Shoot...

 
 By Nathan Price    News    February 28, 2022

701 Rundown: Feb. 28, 2022

Here’s your weekly rundown of some of the most interesting headlines from newspapers across North Dakota. Spring Flood Outlook: Risk of flooding remains high While cool weather is expected to linger...

 

Longie Jr. sentenced to 30 years in federal prison for sexual abuse of a child

FARGO – Interim United States Attorney Nicholas W. Chase announced that U.S. District Court Chief Judge Peter D. Welte sentenced Gary Lee Longie Jr., a.k.a. Ty, age 39, Sheyenne, ND, to 30 Years in federal prison for Aggravated Sexual Abuse. Chief...

 

Tokio woman pleads guilty to second-degree murder

Fargo – United States Attorney Nick Chase announced that Tammy Longie, a.k.a. Tammy Onebear of Tokio, ND, appeared before Chief Judge Peter D. Welte, U.S. District Court, Fargo, ND, and plead guilty to Second-Degree Murder within Indian Country;...

 

Talk of the Town: Feb. 28, 2022

Eloise Lucht was an overnight guest at daughter Heidi and Jay Schneider’s home in Devils Lake Tuesday. Wednesday the gals drove to Grand Forks where Eloise had an appointment for her eyes. Getting a good report, they made it safe and sound back to...

 

Pleasant Prairie News: Feb. 28, 2022

Jimmy Indergaard enjoyed phone calls Thursday from his sister’s Sharon and Ruth. Sunday Margie Anderson enjoyed a zoom call with niece Diane Yri from Okanowa, Japan and her sister Marlys Hanson from California. Jimmy Indergaard enjoyed a visit...

 

Larson named to Dean's List at the College of Science and Engineering

Each semester, the College of Science and Engineering publicly recognizes superior academic performance by emailing undergraduate students a letter from the Dean and making notations on their transcripts. To be on the CSE Dean’s List, an...

 
 By Linda Madson    News    February 28, 2022

Oberon Oracles: Feb. 28, 2022

News is in short supply this week. Lester Roberts has been sidelined by the flu so he has not been out and about, get well soon. Doris Griffin attended the North Central Planning Council annual meeting at the college in Devils Lake on Thursday. Paul...

 

The Sullivan decision: Affirming the right to criticize government

For a nation grounded on the republican values of self-government and freedom of expression, both of which are served and constitutionally fortified by freedom of the press, the Supreme Court's...

 

Four-day workweek? I wish.

Three-day weekends sound good to me. According to Business Insider, a movement is afoot for companies to offer employees four-day work weeks — 10 hours a day over four days, rather than eight hours...

 

Winter is planning season

Amid all this wonderful wintery weather we’ve been experiencing, it may appear that no work is getting done. To the contrary, winter is what I refer to as “planning season.” Whether we gaze out...

 

Obituary: Sandra Mehlhoff

Sandra Mehlhoff Minot, N.D. Sandy Mehlhoff, 77, of Minot, N.D., formerly of New Rockford, N.D., passed away peacefully after a courageous battle with cancer on Feb. 15, 2022 in her home. Funeral...

 

Obituary: Marion Larson

Marion Larson Mayville, N.D. Marion LaVonne Larson, 86, passed away peacefully on Feb. 17, 2022, at Luther Memorial Home in Mayville, N.D. Funeral service was held on Friday, Feb. 25, 2022 at First...

 

Sermonette: Feb. 28, 2022

Let’s take a moment to whine about the weather. It’s dreary, always windy, bitter cold. Our vitamin D levels are down and we can feel it. Sometimes we hear, “well, if you’re dressed right, you can enjoy the outdoors in any weather.” Right....

 

Living on Purpose: Those who have an ear let them hear

One of the greatest mysteries is the perplexing relationship between God and humans. I cannot think of a more glorious yet frustrating subject. Especially when it comes to people trying to find answers when all they have is questions. I’ve...

 

Tree Talk: Spring fever

How are you feeling? This week a local television news reporter proclaimed February 2022 as “the longest shortest month, ever!” It’s enough to make even the toughest North Dakotan sick. Sick with cabin fever. Hang on – with a little luck and...

 

History of New Rockford: Feb. 28, 2022

On Oct. 29, 1904, William Thorn sold 17 head of cattle, steers, milch cows, and calves at the rear of Davies’ livery stable. F.C. Davies was the auctioneer. Whiteman & Prader pulled in their big...

 

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