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January 22, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

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Strasburg board to form Task Force

The Strasburg School Board is organizing the Clipper Legacy Task Force within the school district to gather input and support for planning. According to Supt. More...

Farm Bill Meeting held in Strasburg

At a Tues., Jan. More...

Strasburg students raise funds for the American Heart Association

The Strasburg School Elementary staff and students set a goal on Dec. 11, 2014, following the Jump Rope Jill and Jump Rope for Heart program. The goal was to raise $1,000 by Jan. 9, 2015. As of Fri., Jan. More...

Community News

Hull

On Wednesday evening, the Hull Church had their annual congregational meeting with the election of an elder and a deacon. Ren Haak was elected as elder and Loren Vander Vorste was elected as deacon. Both are 3 year terms. More...

Strasburg Care Center

Harold Ryckman is here on a regular basis to visit with Mary Ryckman. Clinton Dykema had company to include Carol Jean and Ernie Dykema, Larry Leier, Jerome Pool, Judy Van Beek, Jan Gilchrist, and Mark Puppe. More...

Linton High School releases second quarter honor roll

Linton High School has released its second quarter honor roll as follows: (*denotes 4.00 GPA) “A” Honor Roll Seniors More...

Letters

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor: I have seen my share of editorials, but the letter on donkeyball by Tom Shea has been most entertaining. I think Mr. Shea should seek out a career in writing. Maybe in political humor. Thank you for making us laugh. More...

Readers Write

Dear Editor: I look forward to receiving the Record each week. I especially enjoy News and Reviews by my uncle, Dr. Ed Keller. His articles bring me close to home every week. Frank HagelMayer, Minn. More...

Calendar

Special Events

LINTON SENIOR CITIZENS • Card playing every Monday and Thursday at 7 p.m. •Tuesday—Singing • Thursday, Jan. 29—Senior supper and meeting starting at 6 p.m. STRAS. SENIOR CITIZENS • Every 1st Monday More...

Churches

Celebrations of Faith

HOPE REFORMED CHURCHWestfield, N.D.Sunday10:00 a.m.—Sunday School11:00 a.m.—Worship ServiceCHRISTIAN REFORMEDCHURCHHull, N.D.Sunday More...

Obituaries

Mary Ellen (Richardson) Weber, 83, of Linton

Mary Ellen (Richardson) Weber, 83, Linton, died Monday, Jan. 12, 2015, at the Linton Hospital. Mary Ellen was born Feb. 17, 1931, in Linton, the daughter of Fred and Isabell (Tough) Richardson. She attended Linton Public School. More...

William R. Becker, 74, of Greensboro, N.C.

William R. Becker, 74, of Greensboro, N.C., passed peacefully at home surrounded by loving family. He went home to be with the Lord on Monday, Jan. 5, 2015. Bill was born Nov. 19, 1940, in Linton to the late Hubert and Florence (Feyereisen) Becker. More...

Fern Elsie Ferderer, 64, of Strasburg

Fern Elsie Ferderer, 64, Strasburg, died Saturday, Jan. 10, 2015, at CHI St. Alexius Health, Bismarck. Fern was born in Bismarck, on March 5, 1950, the daughter of Paul J. and Elsie (Schiermeister) Ferderer. More...

Correction

The Emmons County Record’s story last week on the Jan. 6, 2015, special meeting of the Strasburg School Board contained a serious error which was included in information attributed to Board member Ida Scherr. The erroneous paragraph was: More...

Extension to host succession planning meetings in Ashley

Feb. 2 & 9, Ashley

Have you thought about what your family farm or ranch business will look like in the future—when you retire or after you are gone? More...

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Jan. 14, 2015

Linton Livestock held a stock cow and heifer sale on Mon., Jan. 12, and Co- Manager Clyde Bosch said they had a good dispersion of livestock. “We had some real good quality cows and heifers,” Bosch said. More...

Markets

Spring Wheat14% ........................$5.10Oats ...........................$1.80Barley ........................$1.80Corn...........................$3.00Soybeans ...................$8.75Sunflowers...............$17.90 More...

Columns

From the Heartland

The heartland’s break from frigid weather is forecast to continue into next week with this week’s highs bouncing between 22 and 39 degrees. Lows are supposed to be between 11 and 26 degrees. We could see some snow showers on Sunday. More...

North Dakota House Report

By Rep. Mike Brandenburg The second week of the 64th session saw committee work gearing up with multiple bills brought forward. Some of the highlights are: More...

Eleanor’s Culinary Clips

The Art of Cooking

This week I will share some recipes I had on file. Homemade Cheese Sauce For Dipping 8 ozs. extra sharp Cheddarcheese,or a mix of pepperJack and cheddar cheese1 Tbsp. cornstarch1 ( 12 oz. can evaporatedmilk) divided2 Tbsps. hot sauce More...

Sports

Linton team wins Optimist Tourney

The Linton Lady Lions Fifth Grade Traveling Basketball team captured the championship in the Bismarck Optimist Tournament, held Jan. 3 and 4. More...

Lady Lions suffer fifth straight setback

Wilton-Wing held Linton-HMB to 8 points in the first half, and the Lady Miners held off a secondhalf rally by the Lady Lions for a 47-38 victory in Linton on Jan. 15. Wilton-Wing improved to 5-6 on the season, while Linton-HMB dropped to 1-12. More...

Three Lions capture individual championships in Panther Booster Tournament

Linton-HMB’s Brandon Oien, Josh Schlosser and Kyle Moch each captured individual titles in the Panther Booster Wrestling Tournament in Rugby over the weekend (Jan. 16 and 17), while two other Lions placed in the tournament. More...

Legals

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STRASBURG PUBLICSCHOOLREGULAR SCHOOLBOARD MEETINGSTRASBURGNORTH DAKOTA More...

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