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August 14, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Several dozen volunteers participate in ‘Proving up the Welk Homestead’

Our forefathers who pioneered and settled in the Great Plains would have been proud of the hard-working folks who volunteered their time at the Welk Homestead, Aug. 1-3. More...

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EC Farmers Union holds county day class

Over 40 youth attended Emmons County Farmers Union (ECFU) Day Class at the Linton Community Center on Thursday, Aug. 7. ECFU Youth Director Josh Keller said they did some agriculture trivia, activities and games. More...

Resolutions for street improvement project approved by Linton Council

The Linton City Council approved two resolutions pertaining to the street improvement project during its regular meeting on Aug. 4. More...

Honor Poker Run draws 180 registrants

Riders gathered at the Waterhole in Herreid, S.D., on Saturday, Aug. 9 for the honor poker run held in memory of John Bechtold, Jr. and Justin Brandner. It was the 10th anniversary of their deaths. More...

Community News

Linton

Rita Mosset and her mother, Helen Jacob, went to Fargo, Aug. 1-2 to watch the horse race at the Horse Barn Farm. Tiffany Mosset was the jockey and raced five times on Saturday and Sunday. More...

Hague

Sister Rita Miller and a friend of Bismarck had strudels at the Hague Cafe last week. They also visited Mary Volk and Adam and Viola Buechler. Viola went with them to visit the Carmelite Monastery. More...

Hazelton community picnic

It was lots of food and games including cards, bean bag toss, ladder golf, lawn darts, softball, and lots of conversation Sunday afternoon as people gathered at Hazelton City Park for the annual comm More...

Sports

Record Sports Time Capsule

30 YEARS AGO More...

H-M-B pitchball/tee-ball teams end season

The Hazelton-Moffit-Braddock summer pitchball and tee-ball programs recently ended their seasons. Twenty-three players participated in H-M-B’s summer programs this year. More...

Linton Country Club holds Glowball Tournament

The 10th Annual Glowball Tournament was held on Saturday, Aug. 9, at the Linton Country Club. The event drew 60 golfers (15 four-person teams), and was played with the first nine holes in daylight, and the last nine holes in darkness. More...

Legals

PUBLIC NOTICES

OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGSOF THE BOARD OFCOUNTY COMMISSIONERSOF EMMONS COUNTYNORTH DAKOTAAT ITS REGULAR MEETING More...

Classes in Emmons Co. schools begin next week

Classes for the 2014-15 term will begin at area schools next week. Classes at Zeeland Public School begins on Monday, Aug. 18; classes at Hazelton-Moffit-Braddock and Linton Schools begin on Tuesday, Aug. More...

Carmelites begin their mission

The entrance gate came from a monastery in California, and was sandblasted and painted as it needed some work. The black lettering, “Carmelite Monastery,” was repainted in gold. More...

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Ag News

The Record’s Ag Report

Aug. 11, 2014

Farmers in the area said, many years at this time of the year they are finished with their winter wheat harvest, and in some years, over halfdone with their spring wheat. More...

N.D. Dept. of Agriculture advises precautions regarding influenza

The North Dakota Department ofAgriculture (NDDA) and North Dakota Department of Health (NDDoH) received results from the National Veterinary Services Laboratory confirming that three pigs exhibited at the state fair in Minot have tested positive for More...

Northern Plains Co-op to build new harvest grain facility in Strasburg

Northern Plains, a leading diversified farmer owner cooperative, has begun the construction of a multimillion dollar grain facility near Strasburg. This new grain facility will exclusively handle corn and soybeans. More...

Columns

Back In Time

10 YEARS More...

Good News

from the Emmons County Ministerial Association

“It is good for me that I have been afflicted, that I may learn Your statutes. The law of Your mouth is better to me than thousands of coin of gold and silver.” Psalm 119: 71-72 More...

Off the Bookshelf

The Invention of Wings

The newest novel from author Sue Monk Kidd, the author of the powerful book/ movie “The Secret Life of Bees,” is “The Invention of Wings.” Although fiction, Kidd’s book is based on the lives of real people and it incorpo More...

Calendar

Special Events

LINTON SENIOR CITIZENS • Card playing every Monday and Thursday at 7 p.m. • Tuesday— Singing at Strasburg Care Center •Wednesday—1:30 p.m. Bingo STRAS. SENIOR CITIZENS • Every 1st Monday 1:30 p.m.—Bingo • Every 4th Tuesday 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...

Obituaries

William ‘Willie’ Wickenheiser, 75, of Linton

William “Willie” Wickenheiser, 75, Linton, died peacefully Saturday, Aug. 2, 2014, at his cabin. More...

Theresa Mastel, 94, of Bismarck

Theresa Mastel, 94, Bismarck, died Saturday,Aug, 2, 2014, at a Bismarck hospital. Theresa was born April 2, 1920 in Emmons County to Markus and Helen (Marquardt) Gefre. She was educated in a one room school at Odessa District. More...

Albert J. Feist, 77, of Strasburg

AlbertJ.Feist,77,Strasburg died Saturday, Aug. 2, 2014, at his home. Albert was born to John and Magdalena (Schlosser) Feist on the Feist family farm. More...