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Spooky fun in New Rockford this Halloween

Once again, New Rockford will be home to all kinds of spooky fun this Halloween night! While enjoying this Halloween evening, be sure to take your trick-or-treaters downtown, where the New Rockford Lions Club is sponsoring a Trunk or Treat event. On...

 
 By Nathan Price    News    October 31, 2022

Battling with Bailey

Earlier this year, 16-year-old Bailey Jacobson went to see the doctor with a cough. Her mother, Karla, said she could sense something else wasn't quite right, however, and so she asked for blood work...

 
 By Amy Wobbema    News    October 31, 2022

Foundation to host "The Feud" Saturday

This Saturday, live-action game show excitement returns to New Rockford! Minot-based Encore Events presents "The Feud" and "Name That Tune," on Saturday, Nov. 5 at the New Rockford Eagles Club. This...

 

2022 Election: Two measures on statewide ballot

When residents go to cast their votes in this year’s midterm elections, there will be more than just candidates on their ballot to choose from. In North Dakota, there are also two ballot measures (Measure 1 and Measure 2), to which residents can...

 
 By Erik Gjovik    News    October 31, 2022

Helping others 'hit the books'

From her home on the shores of Stump Lake just north of Tolna, Tracie Hill has built up a thriving independent business. It All Adds Up provides full and partial payroll services to fit small (and...

 
 By Nathan Price    News    October 31, 2022

Next court dates set for Brandt and Braun

New court dates have been set for Shannon Brandt, accused of murdering McHenry teenager Cayler Ellingson, and Matthew Braun, who’s accused of burglarizing local bars in downtown New Rockford. After...

 

Guler receives Bank Forward's prestigious Bill Brown award

Bank Forward is pleased to announce that Josh Guler is the recipient of the 2022 Bill Brown Award, Bank Forward's highest honor for outstanding service. To be nominated, an employee must deliver a...

 

Labor shortages mean ex-cons get more opportunities for a second chance

It would be easy to pass Double J Manufacturing and Repair without giving it so much as a second thought. The welding, truck repair and fencing business sits at the top of a rise on a dusty rural highway that could be just about anywhere on any...

 
 By Nathan Price    News    October 31, 2022

701 Rundown: Oct. 31, 2022

Here’s your weekly rundown of some of the most interesting headlines from newspapers across North Dakota. Cass County Sheriff welcomes Deputy K9 Griggs Cass County Sheriff Jesse Jahner recently...

 
 By Patti Clifton    News    October 31, 2022

Sheyenne News: Oct. 31, 2022

Last Thursday, Patti Clifton and Jared were in Devils Lake. They had lunch, kept a couple of appointments, did a few errands and some shopping before returning to Sheyenne later in the afternoon. Another successful First Lutheran Church Women's Fall...

 

Widmer awarded BCBS of N.D. scholarship

Each year the BCBSND Caring Foundation offers scholarships to 26 students enrolled in nursing or healthcare related programs across North Dakota. This is the sixth year the BCBSND Caring Foundation...

 

Pleasant Prairie News: Oct. 31, 2022

Jimmy Indergaard and his sisters Sharon Laxdal and Fran Walen drove to Fargo last Thursday, where Jimmy had a medical appointment. He will be having surgery on December 15. They enjoyed dinner before returning home. Tuesday afternoon brief stoppers a...

 

Talk of the Town: Oct. 31, 2022

Calvin Packard mowed and raked leaves for mom, Shirley, one afternoon. Wednesday, Ken and Marvis Holte drove to Devils Lake and picked up daughter, Fayette Nelson. They did some shopping then returned to Fayette’s and enjoyed visiting over lunch....

 

Bringing art to life

This week Transcript Publishing brought a new publication into existence. My sister, Victoria, is an artist. Ever since she was a little girl, she has drawn and painted and brought things to life...

 

Halloween is for kids, isn't it?

It's a question worth asking in these nutty times: how old is too old to trick-or-treat? On the question-and-answer website Quora, some people ask if the age of 12 is a good time to hang up the ghost...

 

"Equal protection: Serving sons and daughters"

In 1996, the Supreme Court delivered a landmark opinion in United States v. Virginia that exalted women’s rights under the Equal Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment by ending the 157-year-old tradition of all-male education at the Virginia Mili...

 

Sermonette: Oct. 31, 2022

As the temperature drops, and harvest wraps up, I start to want to cook again, to sleep a little later, and spend longer evenings inside. It’s also a time to anticipate the very long, very cold months ahead, and think about vacation. Warm...

 

Savvy Senior: What you'll pay for Medicare in 2023

Dear Savvy Senior, I’ve read that retirees will be getting a nice cost-of-living increase in our Social Security benefits next year but what about Medicare? What will our Medicare Part B monthly pre...

 

History of New Rockford: Oct. 31, 2022

From noon June 19 until noon June 20, 1905, A.J. Miller substituted for D.D. Sullivan, the Fargo eye specialist, at Kunkel’s Jewelry with eye exams and the fitting of glasses. On June 19 and 20,...

 

Tree Talk: Going batty

"They're creepy and they're kooky – mysterious and spooky - they're all together ooky..." Halloween is filled with images of things gloomy and cryptic: black cats and cauldrons, skeletons and spiders, broomsticks and bats. Bats? Of course! They...

 

Rockets zap Chargers 3-0

The final home game for the Rockets has come and gone. The Rockets hosted the Nelson County Chargers on Tuesday, Oct. 25, and with this being their last home game, each of the NR-S seniors and their...

 

Titans Toppled: Lady Titans donate proceeds from bake sale to Jacobson family

The Rockets walked away with yet another victory this season. On Monday, Oct. 24, the Rockets traveled to Cooperstown to take on the Griggs-Midkota Lady Titans. The Rockets decided to switch up their...

 

Dakota Recreation Report: Oct. 31, 2022

Outdoor notes: *Reminder that most roads and trails closed to hunting if posted on both sides. *Check all PLOTS signage before driving on with vehicles when waterfowl hunting to ensure landowner...

 

Our Outdoors: Scope it out

There's nothing so clear and so adrenaline inducing as seeing a deer through the reticle of a scope. The movements of the animal are magnified, and if from the right position of concealment at a dista...

 

The Peluso Report: Fast Fall on Devils Lake

The first half of this week we couldn't have asked for better fall fishing weather. For me, the week was spent both on the Missouri River and on Devils Lake. Unfortunately, I was going to fish Lake...

 

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