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Articles from the May 9, 2022 edition

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 By Nathan Price    Sports    May 9, 2022

Archery Champ

Sheyenne is home to the best male archer in the nation. Layton Jacobson, a seventh grader at New Rockford-Sheyenne school and Sheyenne resident, earned top honors at national competition this past wee...

 
 News    May 9, 2022

Spring Clean Up Week May 16-20, landfill open May 21

New Rockford Spring Clean-Up Week will be held May 16-20, with curbside pickup again limited to tires, appliances and furniture. Tires and appliances will be picked up Tuesday, May 17, and furniture will be picked up Wednesday and Thursday, May 18...

 
 By Amy Wobbema    News    May 9, 2022

Childcare provider sought to establish, operate local center

Discussions about using the Brown Memorial for a childcare center continued at the New Rockford City Commission meeting on May 2. The NRABC seeks an individual or entity interested in operating a...

 
 By Nathan Price    News    May 9, 2022

Sheriff says he'll focus on county, despite requests to cover reservation

At the regular county commission meeting on Tuesday, May 3, Eddy County Sheriff Paul Lies discussed his talks with local law enforcement agencies and the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) regarding...

 
 By Nathan Price    News    May 9, 2022

Burgum declares flood emergency

Recent flooding caused by spring snowstorms and rain prompted North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum to declare a statewide emergency on Monday, April 25. "From flooding in the east to power outages affecting...

 
 News    May 9, 2022

Where the Wild Things Are

The youth of NR-S were eager to put on a show at the Elementary Spring Concert on Tuesday, May 3 at the school gymnasium. Students in grades 1-3 performed "Where the Wild Things Are," an adaptation...

 
 News    May 9, 2022

Why Mosquitos Buzz in People's Ears

At the NR-S Elementary Spring Concert, students in grades 4-6 performed "Why Mosquitos Buzz in People's Ears," a West African folktale....

 
 News    May 9, 2022

Mark your calendars for Summer Street Markets

Summer Street Markets are on the way. Mark your calendars for the second Thursday of each month – June 9, July 14 and Aug. 11. The events will be held in downtown New Rockford from 4-8 p.m., with vendors in Centennial Park and activities along...

 
 News    May 9, 2022

Eddy County 4-H members compete in Communication Arts

On Sunday, May 1, seven 4-H members from Eddy County competed in the county's 4-H Communication Arts Contest held at the Eddy County Extension office. Ardyce Snyder and Donna Anderson, Eddy and...

 
 By Nathan Price    News    May 9, 2022

701 Rundown: May 9, 2022

Here’s your weekly rundown of some of the most interesting headlines from newspapers across North Dakota. Lakota businesses burglarized In the early morning hours of April 9, several businesses in...

 
 By Charlotte Koepplin    News    May 9, 2022

Pleasant Prairie News: May 9, 2022

Sunday visitors at the Margie Anderson home were Mitch and Amber Sylling and sons. Saturday, David and Karen Anderson brought fresh walleye to share for supper. Brent and Joanna Lee and family brought birthday greetings to mom, Kathleen Lee, Sunday...

 
 By Patti Clifton    News    May 9, 2022

Sheyenne News: May 9, 2022

There will be an open house bridal shower for Hope Gutschmidt, bride-to-be of Evan Swenson, on Saturday, May 7, 10:30 a.m. at First Lutheran Church parish hall in Sheyenne. Last Wednesday, Patti Clifton picked up Jan Loe and they went to Carrington...

 
 By Charlotte Koepplin    News    May 9, 2022

Talk of the Town: May 9, 2022

New Rockford and area folks extend sympathy to the family of Lillian Gisi. Shirley Packard called son, Craig, Sunday and wished him a happy 59th birthday. Craig is doing okay and lives in Minnesota. Sunday, Janet Laube visited with sister-in-law,...

 
 By Linda Madson    News    May 9, 2022

Oberon Oracles: May 9, 2022

Lester Roberts attended the consignment auction sale in Leeds on Friday. Sunday, Lester and many others helped Mildon Barney celebrate his 93rd birthday. Lezlee Thorson visited her dad on Sunday and also took in the birthday celebration. Carrie...

 
 By Tom Purcell    Opinion    May 9, 2022

Let's unleash the entrepreneur

I started my first business in the fifth grade when I convinced a neighbor to allow me to cut her grass with her electric lawn mower. That project ended in immediate failure. The mower was powered by...

 
 By Amy Wobbema    Opinion    May 9, 2022

Make your communication handwritten and heartfelt

One can make the argument that communication may be the single most important aspect of human existence. I couldn't agree more. As a professional communicator, I strive daily to communicate as effecti...

 
 By David Adler    Opinion    May 9, 2022

The Supreme Court and religion: Entering the maze

The U.S. Supreme Court’s first major ruling on the meaning of the First Amendment’s Establishment Clause was in Everson v. Board of Education, in 1947, when it upheld a state law that provided busing of students to parochial schools. The...

 

Obituary: Dr. Cameron Mikkelsen

Dr. Cameron Mikkelsen Devils Lake, N.D. Dr. Cameron B. Mikkelsen DVM, 90 of Devils Lake, N.D. passed away on Friday, April 29, 2022, at his home in the loving care of family and Hospice of the Red...

 

Confirmation and First Holy Eucharist celebrated

Sunday, April 24 at 2 p.m. at St. John's Catholic Church in New Rockford, Bishop John T. Folda presided at Confirmation and First Holy Eucharist with seven students from St. John's Catholic Church in...

 
 By Julie Shrock    News    May 9, 2022

Resources for Veterans: May 9, 2022

A special 4-day vacation get-a-way for a veteran and their family, has been donated to the Veteran Service Office. This resort is located near Deadwood, S.D., and there are so many things to do while there. The famous Mount Rushmore is nearby or...

 
 By Jeff Schafer    Religion    May 9, 2022

Sermonette: May 9, 2022

Joe Kennedy, a former assistant coach at Bremerton High School in Bremerton, Wash., lost his coaching job after refusing to stop kneeling in prayer with players and spectators on the field immediately after football games. He took his arguments to...

 
 News    May 9, 2022

American Legion Auxiliary honors staff at NR-S for National Teachers Week

Representatives of the American Legion Auxiliary, Gloria Rubio and Betty Westby, presented apples to the New Rockford-Sheyenne school teachers and staff in honor of National Teachers Week, May 1 -...

 
 By Jim Miller    Features    May 9, 2022

Savvy Senior: How Medicare covers Alzheimer's disease

Dear Savvy Senior, What exactly does Medicare cover when it comes to Alzheimer’s disease? My husband was recently diagnosed with early-stage Alzheimer’s, and we would like to find out what’s...

 

History of New Rockford: May 9, 2022

The Jan. 6, 1905, “Transcript” carried ads for or mentioned the following: “The New Rockford Transcript,” (A.C. Olsen, publisher and editor) [since 1883]; Thos. Ose Hardware [since 1901];...

 
 By Joe Zeleznik    Features    May 9, 2022

Dakota Gardener: May 9, 2022

When I was in college, I enjoyed country music a lot. In the late 1980s, Tanya Tucker had a No. 1 single titled, “Strong Enough to Bend.” The song relates strength to flexibility, with the analogy of a strong tree and a strong relationship. Both...

 

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