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August 21, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Cancer claims Hague’s noted native son, academic leader Earl F. Cheit

(Editor’s note: This story is reprinted with the permission of the University of California, Berkeley. Some of the photos were provided by family members for a 1995 Record feature on Mr. Cheit. More...

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4-Hers do well at N.D. State Fair

Emmons County 4-Hers did well at the 2014 North Dakota State Fair in Minot from July 18-26. They entered 244 static, two clothing revue, four communication arts, 28 horse and three beef exhibits. More...

James Hill appointed as SC District Judge

Gov. Jack Dalrymple has appointed Bismarck attorney James Hill to the South Central Judicial District Court bench. Hill replaces Donald Jorgensen who stepped down from the bench in July. More...

Groundbreaking held for Cobblestone Inn & Suites

A groundbreaking ceremony for Linton’s newest business—Cobblestone Inn & Suites—was held on the site of the new hotel on Tuesday, Aug. 12. The hotel will be located on the north side of Aspen Avenue (east of U.S. More...

Community News

Zeeland

Last Week Tom, Joyce and Emily Scherr traveled to Fargo on Friday to help the Reis family with some cementing. Saturday evening Kristen Scherr, Travor Lagan and Dan and Miranda Scherr came over to help celebrate Konor’s fourth birthday. More...

Strasburg

We are still enjoying warm August days and cooler nights, and have appreciated the showers we have been getting, as we needed the rain! We could still use more, although some areas in the region received 3-6 inches or more over the weekend. More...

Braddock

Ken and Connie Wolbaum went to Grand Forks on Friday, Aug. 8. Their daughter, Amanda (Wolbaum) Fuller graduated from University of North Dakota, Grand Forks with a Master’s Degree in special education with focus on visual impairment. More...

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Dear Editor: Hope all is well in Linton. The Record seems to be doing their usual great job.I really enjoy all the news. I hope to get back to Linton next year if all goes well so let‘s hope all goes well. More...

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Special Events

LINTON SENIOR CITIZENS • Card playing every Monday and Thursday at 7 p.m. • Monday, Aug. 25—Singing at Marillac Manor at 2:30 p.m.; Board meeting •Tuesday—Singing •Wednesday—1:30 p.m. More...

Churches

Celebrations of Faith

HOPE REFORMED CHURCHWestfield, N.D.Sunday10:00 a.m.—Sunday School11:00 a.m.—Worship Service7:30 p.m.—WorshipCHRISTIAN REFORMEDCHURCH More...

Legals

PUBLIC NOTICES

CITY OF LINTON SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MEETING LINTON, NORTH DAKOTA August 11, 2014 (Unapproved Minutes) More...

Pastor M. Sapp brings his ministry to two United Methodist Churches

Pastor Marlin Sapp remembers people telling him when he was in high school that he should think about becoming a pastor. “But I didn’t think so, and that is why I did not make that decision at that time,” Pastor Marlin said. More...

Accident claims life of Hague man

Funeral services for Steve Eberle, 51, of Hague were held on Sat., Aug. 16, at the Church of St. Mary in Bismarck. Eberle lost his life in an accident in Strasburg on Aug. 12. More...

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Braddock area received 5 inches of rain Aug. 16

Heavy rains hit much of North Dakota over the weekend, and near Braddock, anywhere from 2.5 to 5 inches of rain was reported. Tracy and Paula Moch live six miles north of Braddock, and by 11:30 a.m. on Sat., Aug. More...

Columns

From the Heartland

The axiom that students suffer in the heat for the first few days of a new school year was proven wrong, at least for this week. Highs will range from a chilly 66 degrees to 81 degrees. Lows will dip to 48 degrees and top out at 62 degrees. More...

Everyday Extension

Begin each day with breakfast

With the start of a new school year, it’s important to maintain healthy eating habits for our children. Making sure your child eats breakfast every day is an essential piece. More...

Eleanor’s Culinary Clips

The Art of Cooking

This week I will share some tomato recipes I had on file. Tomato Relish16 tomatoes, peeled andchopped1/2 C. diced celery3 onions, diced1/4 C. pickling saltPour into a bowl and let setfor a couple of hours, drainthen add1green pepper,diced1 C. More...

Sports

Area grid teams to host scrimmages this week

The Strasburg-Zeeland and Linton-HMB Football teams will each host a scrimmage later this week. Strasburg-Zeeland will host Grant County-Flasher in a scrimmage on Thursday, Aug. 21. The scrimmage will begin at 4 p.m. at Dosch Field in Strasburg. More...

Record Sports Time Capsule

20 YEARS AGO Aug. 21, 1994 (STRASBURG)— The Green Lantern of Linton downed Ashley to claim the championship of the Strasburg Booster Club Co-Ed Softball Tournament. More...

Obituaries

Steven Joseph Eberle, 51, of Bismarck

Steven Joseph Eberle, 51, of Bismarck, our awesome and beloved dad, son, brother, uncle, and friend, has gone all too soon from our presence. Steve died on Tuesday, Aug. 12, 2014, when a piece of heavy equipment fell on him. More...

Kenneth Fettig, 72, of Bismarck

Kenneth Fettig, 72, Bismarck, passed away Tuesday, Aug. 12, 2014, at Sanford Health, Bismarck, after a long battle with various illnesses. Kenneth was born Sept. 20, 1941, to John and Helen Fettig of Linton. More...

Winnifred C. Hedahl, 91, of Bismarck

Winnifred C. Hedahl died Saturday, Aug. 9, 2014, at St. Alexius Medical Center, surrounded by her family, following a brief hospital stay. More...