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 By Nathan Price    News    October 10, 2022

New ambulance on the way

Significant change has come to the Community Ambulance Service of New Rockford (CASNR) in recent weeks, and more is due to arrive in the years ahead. As of Sept. 1, Angie Hopfauf has stepped in as...

 
 By Nathan Price    News    October 10, 2022

2022 Election: County Commission candidates answer our questions

With the Nov. 8 election on the horizon, it's becoming increasingly important to know who the candidates are for local elections, and what they stand for. This cycle, there's just one contested...

 
 By Amy Wobbema    News    October 10, 2022

Hewitt appointed to city commission

There's a new face at the table for the New Rockford City Commission. Dillon Hewitt was appointed to the open city commission seat vacated by the resignation of Ryan Hager. At the Monday, Oct. 3 meeti...

 
 By Amy Wobbema    News    October 10, 2022

Prost! It's Ocktoberfest

Hold on to your Lederhosen! Oktoberfest, DPRCA's fall fundraising event, is just days away! It has been three years since the annual fundraising event was held, and this time organizers look forward...

 
 By Nathan Price    News    October 10, 2022

Ystaas takes ownership of Peak Performance

On Saturday, Oct. 1, Melissa Ystaas became the new owner of Peak Performance Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine, PLLC - a staple in New Rockford since it was first founded by Jodi Tjelta in 2005....

 
 By Amy Wobbema    News    October 10, 2022

Street special assessments to be certified Monday

The special assessments for the New Rockford street project are nearly finalized.   There were four members of the public present for the final hearing on the street project special assessments,...

 

Three musicians perform at NDSU Choral Festival

The NDSU Choral Festival took place on October 2 and 3. Seniors Hallie Brown and Mark McDowell and Sophomore Jacob Louters participated. Hallie was chosen as a part of the auditioned Chamber Choir,...

 

Fall dinner back at Ostby Hall

The Sheyenne First Lutheran Fall Dinner is back, set for Sunday, October 23, at Ostby Hall, Sheyenne. Following a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, First Lutheran will once again serve up turkey and all the trimmings from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m....

 

New Rockford-Sheyenne Board of Education Agenda: Oct. 10, 2022

AGENDA New Rockford-Sheyenne Board of Education Regular Meeting – Zoom Monday, October 10th, 2022, 7:00 p.m. I. REGULAR ITEMS  A. Call to order, roll call, establishment of quorum, and approval of agenda.  B. Consent agenda. Attachments.... Full story

 

Coats for Cubs deadline soon

As the days get cooler, it’s time to start thinking about winter coats, hats and gloves. The New Rockford Lions Club is in its second year of the “Coats for Cubs” program. The program is designed to help struggling families get the much needed...

 

Lies receives City Champion Award

Linda Lies was named 2022 City Champion by the North Dakota League of Cities (League) during the League's 2022 Annual Conference in September. The City Champion Award is given to a person that...

 
 By Nathan Price    News    October 10, 2022

701 Rundown: Oct. 10, 2022

Here’s your weekly rundown of some of the most interesting headlines from newspapers across North Dakota. Late Harvest A late planting season and subsequent late harvest is giving Divide County farm...

 
 By Jodi Hovdenes    News    October 10, 2022

Within Our Walls: Oct. 10, 2022

October is breast cancer awareness month. Everyone can name someone that has been affected by breast cancer due to the fact that it affects 1 in 8 women. According to the American Cancer Society,...

 

Celebrating National 4-H week Oct. 2-8

What do you think of when you hear 4-H? Many people might respond with animals or showmanship. However, 4-H stands for four “H” words – head, heart, hands, and health – and it consists of so much more than just animals and showmanship. Indivi...

 

Talk of the Town: Oct. 10, 2022

Wednesday and Thursday Shirley Packard was around town taking care of necessary business. Ken and Marvis Holte were among those who enjoyed the annual Fall supper on Sunday at Trinity Lutheran church in Carrington. Supper was turkey and all the...

 

Pleasant Prairie News: Oct. 10, 2022

Charlotte Koepplin kept medical appointments in Carrington and Harvey last Monday. Last Saturday, Jimmy Indergaard and his sister Ruth Braaten drove to Jamestown where they took in a car show. Margie Anderson and Karen Anderson were among those who...

 

All Things October

We turned the calendar over to a new month this past week, at seemingly record-breaking speed. It has now been one year since I became publisher of two newspapers, and I just don’t know where the ti...

 

Hung up on rudeness

Changing communications technology is one of life's never-ending annoyances, and now we have a new agitation: voice messaging. Voice messaging allows smartphone owners to record their voice and send...

 

U.S. v. Smith: No Presidential Power to Initiate War

American legal history firmly rejects the view advanced by some commentators and politicians that the president, not Congress, may decide when to initiate war. It was, of course, decided by the U.S. Supreme Court in a series of rulings at the dawn...

 

Obituary: Ellen H. Burthold

Ellen H. Burthold, age 89, formerly of Pekin, N.D., passed away Saturday, October 1, 2022 at Missouri Slope Westview Special Care Unit in Bismarck, N.D. Ellen Helene Loe was born November 4, 1932 to... Full story

 

Sermonette: Oct. 10, 2022

“Do you think I came to bring peace on earth? No, I tell you, but division.” Nope, this isn’t the devil talking. This isn’t clueless disciples, or the haughty Pharisees who promise to bring division and not peace. It’s Jesus himself from...

 

Living on Purpose: Being resilient when facing life's challenges

I was having a conversation with a good friend the other day, and he was telling me how life is becoming more difficult now that he is in his eighties. When he was young he loved to jog and walk a couple of miles a day, and now he can hardly make it...

 

Savvy Senior: How much does an average funeral cost?

Dear Savvy Senior, How much does a typical funeral and body burial cost today? My wife and I are interested in prearranging our funerals but would like to have a cost idea before going in so we can pl...

 

History of New Rockford: Oct. 10, 2022

On the morning of June 1, 1905, Clinton Kennedy was driving a team to Barlow. The horses became unmanageable and galloped down the road, pulling the boy off the wagon seat. He held onto the reins...

 

Tree Talk: Smoke gets in your eyes

October is Fire Prevention Month and local Fire Departments do an excellent job of outreach to homeowners, reminding us to replace the batteries in our smoke detectors and to take care with outside...

 

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