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Articles from the August 22, 2022 edition

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 By Nathan Price    News    August 22, 2022

Hefty Seed expanding here

Construction on Hefty Seed Company's new facility in Eddy County is well underway. Chad Weckerly, manager of Hefty Seed's locations in Hurdsfield, Wilton, and their soon-to-be facility just south of...

 
 By Nathan Price    News    August 22, 2022

Cities under construction

This summer, more so than most, has been one of construction for New Rockford and Eddy County. The New Rockford Street Improvement Project is well underway. On Wednesday, Aug.17, asphalt was being lai...

 

Eddy County launches first website

For the first time ever, Eddy County has its own website. Earlier this year, the county launched its first web page, www.eddycountynd.org, so that residents would have a place to go for everything Eddy County - including events, news, office hours...

 

Vehicle struck by train

On Friday, Aug. 12, a vehicle was struck by a train near the intersection of 20th St. Northeast and 64th AvenueNortheast, approximately 2.5 miles northwest of New Rockford. According to Eddy County...

 
 By Erik Gjovik    News    August 22, 2022

With Miss Agribusiness titles, Vollmers advocate for industry

Victoria Vollmer of Grace City is already a regional and statewide ambassador promoting agriculture, having served as the North Dakota America's Miss Agribusiness since being named to the title two ye...

 

North Dakota cannabis legalization measure qualifies for the ballot

Later this year, North Dakotans will have an opportunity to join 19 other states that have adopted laws to legalize and regulate cannabis for adults. Of the more than 25,000 signatures submitted in support of the legalization petition earlier this...

 

Talk of the Town: August 22, 2022

New Rockford and area folks extend sympathy to the family of Bonnie Byberg. Tuesday, grandsons Scott and Travis Laube checked on Janet and YipYip through a phone call. The boys are doing fine. Friday, helpers at the Shirley Packard home were son...

 

Setting the net high

Floor burn season is back. Yes, you read that right. Floor burn season, also known as volleyball. You may be thinking, "Why is she calling the volleyball season 'floor burn season'?" Well, sometimes...

 
 By Nathan Price    News    August 22, 2022

701 Rundown: August 22, 2022

Here’s your weekly rundown of some of the most interesting headlines from newspapers across North Dakota. Save the Reservoir From a distance, the Sheyenne River reservoir in Harvey appears...

 

NDSU Row Crop Tour set for Sept. 1 in Carrington

Farmers, crop advisers and agricultural industry representatives are invited to view field research trials and receive production recommendations on corn, soybean, dry bean and sunflower at the annual row crop field tour on Thursday, Sept.1, at North...

 

Pleasant Prairie News: August 22, 2022

Saturday, brief visitors at the Charlotte Koepplin home were Todd Koepplin, Aaron Koepplin, Chevelle, and Russell. Thursday, Jimmy Indergaard enjoyed a visit over supper at the home of Mervin Indergaard and Vicki Magill and dinner Friday at Andy and...

 

Bank Forward hires Bjerke as personal banker

Bank Forward is pleased to announce that Connie Bjerke has joined our team in our New Rockford location as a personal banker. Originally from New Rockford, Connie brings local knowledge and extensive...

 

Call for Pledge of Allegiance in schools

Gov. Doug Burgum today released the following statement regarding the Pledge of Allegiance in public schools and at meetings of elected governing bodies in North Dakota. "America is the land of opportunity. And students in every public school in...

 
 By Craig Voigt    Opinion    August 22, 2022

Letter to the Editor: On the road again!

Whoa! I bet we are in the running as the most expensive town per capita in the state to live in. Granted, we are getting some much needed improvements, although I’m not in favor of property owners footing the bill every time. With these new...

 
 By Amy Wobbema    Opinion    August 22, 2022

Under Construction

As the old joke goes, there are only two seasons in North Dakota: winter and road construction. If there was a year where that is more true, it would be 2022. Our area saw snowstorms in late April, an...

 
 By David Adler    Opinion    August 22, 2022

Lochner: Clashing judicial views and the state police powers

Justice Rufus Peckham’s opinion in the landmark case of Lochner v. New York (1905), cemented the Supreme Court’s embrace of the liberty of contract doctrine and its tilt toward the laissez-faire economic philosophy of the day. Justice...

 

Obituary: Tara Sinkler

Tara Sinkler Billings, Mont. Tara Sinkler, 39, was tragically and instantly taken to be with her Lord and Savior on August 4, 2022. During a routine drive across town, an oncoming vehicle strayed...

 

Sermonette: August 22, 2022

Do not fear. Fear Not. Do not be afraid. All these commands are found in the bible. The angel Gabriel appeared to Mary, a young Jewish virgin girl, and announced that she was to become the mother of our Savior. He tells her to not be afraid. It is...

 

Living on Purpose: The lines of communication are open

The path to victory was never promised to be an easy one. It’s filled with faith blended with hard work, persistence, and a passion to follow God’s directions. What type of victory are you referring to? The only success and accomplishment that...

 

Dakota Gardener: Road trip to the International Peace Garden

North Dakota is known as the Peace Garden State. However, surprisingly few North Dakotans have made the trip to visit the International Peace Garden near Dunseith, North Dakota. Straddling the border...

 

History of New Rockford: August 22, 2022

On the evenings of April 10 and 11, 1905, the Crows appeared at the Opera House, first in “A Soldier’s Sweetheart” and the next evening in “Mavourneen.” John Algeo and Nyles C. Toll of...

 
 By Jim Miller    Features    August 22, 2022

Savvy Senior: What is an annual notice of change?

Dear Savvy Senior, Last year I received a “notice of change” letter from my Medicare provider. Should I expect another one this year, and what should I do with it? Medicare Rookie Dear Rookie,...

 

Rural child care providers seek sustainability

For 37 years Anita Fettig has been the go-to for child care in Napoleon. From dawn until after dark each day she bounces between the care centers and the consignment shop she owns, which sits as an...

 

Dakota Recreation Report: August 22, 2022

Outdoor notes: *First-come, first-served leftover deer licenses for antlerless, either species, available in units 3A1 and 3F2 and antlerless whitetails in 3F1, 3F2, & 4F. Go to the N.D. Game & Fish D...

 

Our Outdoors: Leading Indicators

Past performance is not indicative of future results. If you've ever caught the last five seconds of an investment commercial on the radio promising big returns in real estate, or how profitable openi...

 

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