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 By Nathan Price    News    September 6, 2021

Devils Lake jail ordered to reduce population, train staff

On Aug. 5, the North Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (ND DOCR) issued an order of non-compliance for the Lake Region Correctional Center (LRCC) in Devils Lake, after it failed to...

 

Public invited to attend Sunday's 4-H Round Up

The Eddy County 4-H Council invites families to discover what 4-H has to offer at its annual Round Up event this Sunday, Sept. 12. The day’s activities begin with the Shooting Sports Picnic from noon to 3 p.m. at the Eddy County Rod & Gun Club gun...

 

Rockford Ribfest a rousing success

Buck-It's Bar hosted Rockford Ribfest on Saturday, Aug. 28. Among the local ribmasters who competed was Jacob Lommen (second from right in foreground), who finished second in the People's Choice...

 
 By Amy Wobbema    News    September 6, 2021

NR-S files response to Klemetsrud lawsuit

The New Rockford-Sheyenne School District filed its response to Klemetsrud Plumbing and Heating’s lawsuit regarding the boiler replacement project on Tuesday, Aug. 31. The district maintains that...

 
 By Nathan Price    News    September 6, 2021

Welch recovering after Aug. 14 crash

On Saturday, Aug. 14, Officer Jesse Anderson arrived on the scene of a vicious roll-over accident on 22nd Street NE, approximately three miles northwest of New Rockford, where he discovered...

 

Anheuser-Busch and Jerome Wholesale Inc. supply local firefighters with emergency drinking water

Anheuser-Busch and Jerome Wholesale are providing more than 2,352 cans of emergency drinking water to the New Rockford Fire Department in New Rockford, N.D. as they continue to battle drought...

 

Sen. Cramer's staff to hold mobile office hours in New Rockford

Members of U.S. Senator Kevin Cramer’s staff will hold mobile office hours in New Rockford and Devils Lake on Tuesday, September 14. “Since it’s not always possible for people to travel to my in-state offices, these mobile office opportunities...

 

7th Annual Lights of Hope suicide awareness event to be held Sunday

In observance of Suicide Awareness Month, Eddy County Community Cares will host its 7th annual Lights of Hope event Sunday, Sept. 12. The public is invited to this family-friendly observance, which...

 
 By Nathan Price    News    September 6, 2021

Three new East Central staff at area schools

The East Central Center for Exceptional Children (ECCEC) provides excellent education for children with special needs in our region, and they're supplying some new faces to our region's special...

 

Pleasant Prairie News: Sept. 6, 2021

Sunday, Kent and Shelly Rigsby of Jamestown, and granddaughters Amaya and Norah of Minneapolis, visited with grandma Margie Anderson and other family, namely little cousins, in New Rockford. Thursday, Charlotte Koepplin picked up Candy Jensen and Jan...

 

Talk of the Town: Sept. 6, 2021

Saturday guests at the Janet Laube home were granddaughter Tonya, her husband, and Emmy, the dog, of Mandan. They enjoyed visiting over dinner at the Bird Dawg and looking at old photo books. YipYip and Emmy had a little disagreement over who got...

 

Alumni contributions become fundraisers for NR-S second gym project

As fundraising efforts for the second gymnasium at NR-S continue, alumni and friends are finding creative ways to contribute to the project. Ron and Jean (Lies) Beuslinch, both graduates of New...

 
 By Linda Madson    News    September 6, 2021

Oberon Oracles: Sept. 6, 2021

Last week, Nadley Buehler traveled to Rochester, Minn. to help celebrate Annley Wentz turning one year old. Deb and Joel Hjelseth of Chattanooga, Tenn., Annette Wentz of Bismarck, and on Sunday, Grace Buehler joined Elisa and Joe Wentz to visit and c...

 

Garrison Diversion wins lawsuit filed in Missouri

Garrison Diversion Conservancy District has prevailed in a lawsuit filed by the State of Missouri relating to the use of Missouri River water. A Missouri Federal District Court Judge issued the Order in favor of the Garrison Diversion Conservancy...

 

Sheyenne News: Sept. 6, 2021

The evening of Aug. 21, Patti Clifton, Denise Labrensz, Jan Loe and Bonnie Deegan enjoyed a meal and visit at the Old 281 Tavern in Minnewaukan. They took a quick tour around Minnewaukan before returning to Sheyenne. Wednesday, Aug. 25, coffee...

 

Service dogs heal the trauma of war

Our botched withdrawal from Afghanistan is hard to witness, but hearing the reports of Taliban brutality is even worse. The U.S. Sun reports that “women face having ‘fingers cut off for using...

 

The common good needs full support

To avoid the partisan recrimination that now permeates discussions, perhaps we need to go to a paradigm that gives us neutrality while stripping away the unreasonable passions of the day. In our...

 

We the People: Thinking, constitutionally

Americans typically consider questions about the meaning of the Constitution through the prism of their own political views and values. As a consequence, they tend to defend as constitutional the acts of officials whom they support, and criticize as...

 

Obituary: James Frederickson

James D. Frederickson, 73, of Carrington, N.D. passed away Friday, August 27, 2021 at the Ave Maria Village, Jamestown, N.D. Funeral service was held on Saturday, September 4, 2021 at Trinity...

 

Obituary: Alice Moen

Alice (Loffelmacher) Moen, 68 years old, of Spring Lake Park passed away peacefully at home on August 16, 2021. Born in New Rockford, N.D. on February 8, 1953 to Hugo and Marion (Gress) Loffelmacher....

 

Sermonette: Who I Am Series #2

Identity Politics. It’s a major “conversation” in our culture right now. The youngest generations have spurned labels, and yet continue to create new labels. Whether it’s in regard to their political affiliation, religion, gender or even...

 

God is near, and He is listening

Jesus Christ is the Son of God, and He desires to spend quiet time with us. Our heavenly Father beckons us to draw near to Him, as He longs to be with His children. As we go about our busy day, many times we do not realize His presence but...

 

Archival Anecdotes: Family Values

Celebratory family photos are something we have all been a part of. Whether the family gets together for Thanksgiving, Easter or a funeral­­, it's often likely that someone will herd all the bodies...

 

History of New Rockford: Sept. 6, 2021

The District Court convened in New Rockford on May 23, 1904, and concluded on May 31. Judge S.L. Glaspell presided; the court reporter was [A.C.?] Olsen; the clerk was [C.J.?] Stickney. The jury list...

 

Tree Talk: Fall tree care

One of the sure signs of autumn is fall foliage in the landscape, as woody plants prepare for winter. Here are some things that you can do to prepare your trees for the long dormant season: 1. PLANT. Fall is a great time to plant trees. Cooler...

 

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