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Articles from the October 24, 2022 edition

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 By Nathan Price    News    October 24, 2022

Bird Dawg Cafe goes loco

One of New Rockford's favorite dining destinations, the Bird Dawg Cafe, is undergoing an exciting rebrand, complete with a new name and logo, as well as new and diverse menu options. LaRae (Gehrtz)...

 

2022 Election: County Commission candidates answer our questions

This is the final segment of our four-part Q&A series, which has featured each of the Eddy County Commission candidates ahead of the upcoming elections. This series was designed to arm Eddy County...

 
 By Nathan Price    News    October 24, 2022

Hwy. 281 Construction close to complete

Construction on Highway 281 is wrapping up. As of press time, construction crews were laying the final lift of pavement on the northbound lane just outside of Sheyenne. According to Ethan Kitsch,...

 

Halloween Happenings 2022

Friday, Oct. 28 First night of skating Halloween party, 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. Wear your costumes, prizes will be awarded! Saturday, Oct. 29 Craft & Bake Sale at NR Eagles Club, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Serving lunch Halloween Party at NR Eagles Club Spaghetti... Full story

 
 By Amy Wobbema    News    October 24, 2022

New trees, landscaping among improvements to cemetery

Another season of outdoor work has ended for volunteers and caretakers of the St. John's and Prairie Home Cemeteries north of New Rockford. Among the highlights of this year's work is the new...

 
 By Nathan Price    News    October 24, 2022

Adora-bowl

On Monday, Oct. 17, the bowling alley's new youth bowling league officially kicked off. About two dozen children took part on the first day of bowling action for the league, and the kids had a blast k...

 

James River Ag holds annual pumpkin growing contest

Weigh-in was held Friday, Oct 14. Winners were first place Eric Longnecker at 432 lbs, second place Taylor Koepplin with a 270 lb. pumpkin and Noah Ellingson in third with an 88 lb....

 

2022 Fall Ride

A brisk cold breeze was about Saturday morning, September 24 as the Circle Trail Riders Inc. were busying themselves doing what needed to be done for the first day of the annual fall weekend ride....

 

Talk of the Town: Oct. 24, 2022

Candy Jensen recently enjoyed a phone chat with her son, Derik Holte, from his home in Minneapolis. He and wife Val are doing fine. Janet Laube and YipYip received word that niece Shelly Nelson and Sassy made the trip back to their home in Oklahoma...

 
 By Nathan Price    News    October 24, 2022

701 Rundown: Oct. 24, 2022

Here’s your weekly rundown of some of the most interesting headlines from newspapers across North Dakota. Klubben sentenced to 18 months in state pen On Thursday, Oct. 6, Keyshawn James Klubben,...

 

Pleasant Prairie News: Oct. 24, 2022

Margie Anderson enjoyed catch up phone calls this past week with Carol Clancy, Carol Edinger, and her sister, Marlys Hanson. The gals are all doing fine. Tuesday visitors at the Charlotte Koepplin home were Pastor Richard Biberdorf and Shirley...

 
 By Jodi Hovdenes    News    October 24, 2022

Within Our Walls: CHI supports Domestic Violence Awareness Month

CHI’s ND Violence Prevention Program is honoring October 2022 as Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM).  Our dedicated staff will use DVAM as an opportunity to inform domestic violence victims and the community about available help and...

 
 By Patti Clifton    News    October 24, 2022

Sheyenne News: Oct. 24, 2022

Jerry Woodrow of Menomonee Falls, Wisc. arrived in Grand Forks on Friday, Oct. 7, for a few days to visit with his brother, Jim and Marjean Woodrow and family, and sister Jan Loe and her daughter Steph. Jim, Marjean, Jerry, Brian and Pam Hill drove...

 

What's in my name?

I've experienced a lifelong identity crisis, of sorts, because of my name (or names), and I've actually kind of enjoyed it – most of the time. The controversy began in 1970, around the time that I made my almost 10-pound newborn debut (sorry,...

 

Letters to the Editor: No on Measure 1

Dear Editor, Measure 1 is portrayed as a “fix” for North Dakota politics. Again, out-of-state money and individuals are trying to influence our state’s election process. I’m tired of out-of-staters telling us what’s good for North Dakota...

 

Letter to the Editor: NDFB opposes Measure 2

NDFB urges a no vote on Measure 2 this November, citing its long-standing policy against the legalization of marijuana for recreational use in North Dakota. “Our concerns are based on the unintended consequences for farmers, ranchers, employers and...

 

"Muller v. Oregon: Protection for Women in the Workplace"

The U.S. Supreme Court’s long, tortured road to recognizing women’s constitutional rights in the late 20th Century was preceded by victories based, not on the principle of their equality, but on the perception of their inferiority. The Court had...

 

Pasta Month prize package recipients

Congratulations to the "It's Pasta Time!" winners. Each has won a prize package courtesy of the North Dakota Wheat Commission. This year's winners are: Merita Dablow Aldayel, Carrol Dahl, Lori Laney, LaVonne Myhre, Sandy Straabe, Dianne Goebel, John...

 
 By Amy Steele    News    October 24, 2022

Miscarriage and infant loss

October is a time where change is apparent in North Dakota. Many mourn the loss of warmth and the summer sun, however, if you're like me there is anticipation with every season change because each season brings its own beauty. This has bought an...

 

Living on Purpose: The beauty of being broken before God

Have you ever wondered if God is listening to you? One of His many divine attributes is that He is Omnipresent which means He is everywhere at the same time. His presence constantly permeates the atmosphere whether it be on earth, in heaven, or...

 

Fire Prevention Week coloring contest winners

We received more than 30 entries in the contest this year, so thank you to all the kids who participated. All of Mrs. Demester's Pre-K students entered, which was a treat! Winners of the Fire...

 

Savvy Senior: How to find an old 401(k)

Dear Savvy Senior, How do I go about looking for an old former company 401(k) plan that I think I contributed money to many years ago, but forgot about until recently? Retired in Rochester Dear...

 

History of New Rockford: Oct. 24, 2022

On June 13, 1905, Mrs. May M. Keime and Mrs. Walter Priest went to the WCTU Convention in Oberon. Alice (Mrs. J.W.) Rager and Mrs. H.G. Hudson were the New Rockford delegates. Miss Fena Carlson, Miss...

 

Tree Talk: Creating vibrant North Dakota communities

North Dakota's Main Street Initiative was outlined six years ago as an effort to help revitalize communities across the state. Community leaders are inspired with a vision of "safe, healthy cities with vibrant, walkable main streets and downtowns to...

 

Rockets rally in Rolla

And their winning streak just keeps going. The Rockets' made the 2-hour trek to Rolla, N.D. on Thursday, Oct. 13 to take on Super Region 4 competitors, the North Prairie Cougars. Before the start of...

 

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