January 29, 2015 RSS feed / Community News

4-H scholarship apps due March 31

The $200 4-H scholarship is designed to assist current and former Emmons County 4-H members in their continued education beyond high school. Applications are due to the Extension Office by March 31. More...

Hague

We had a little snow. It really came down in big flakes, but it did not last long. It did that for awhile. Good thing it didn't last long. Francis Schall fell and broke his hip. He’s at CHI St. Alexius Health. He had surgery at St. More...

LHS FBLA students partner with local business owner

The Linton High School Web Design class and FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) Chapter have partnered with Vickie Martin to create a website for her new business venture, Inside Out Designs by 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...

Hull

On Thursday and Friday, Pastor Ed and Jean Langeliers of Beulah visited her parents, Gerrit and Frances Nieuwsma. They came especially for Frances’s birthday which was Friday, Jan. 22. More...

Strasburg Care Center

Harold Ryckman is here on a regular basis to visit with Mary Ryckman. Clinton Dykema had company to include Jim Hollaar, Bob Pollock, and Eddie Kramer Sr. More...

4-H scholarships are available now

Scholarship opportunities are available to present and former North Dakota 4-H members through the 4-H Foundation. See the following link for explanations of scholarships available: http://www.ndsu.edu/4h/foundation/scholarships/. More...

Activities

Linton Public School Jan. 29—Feb. 4 Thursday, Jan. 29—WR Oakes at Linton 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 30—GBB Hazen at Linton 5/6:30 p.m. BBB at Strasburg 6/7:30 p.m. JH BBB at Strasburg 4 p.m. Saturday, Jan. More...

New Arrivals

Ryan and Amy Goehring of Bismarck are the parents of a son, Boston Michael Goehring, who was born at 12:17 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 9, 2014, at CHI St. Alexius Health in Bismarck. He weighed 8 pounds 3 ounces and was 21 1/4 inches long. More...

Zeeland

Kyler Weigel of Bismarck was a weekend visitor of Myron, Brenda and Kara Weigel. He participated in a coyote hunt on Saturday. More...

Strasburg

After a couple weeks of cold weather, we had a week in the 30s and now it looks like we will have a week in the higher 30s to mid-40s before dipping back down to single digits by Saturday. More...

Braddock

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Linton

Mr. and Mrs. CharlesAbell went to Bismarck on Friday to attend Rory Beitelspacher’s funeral at the Parkway Funeral Service. He passed away on his birthday. More...

Lawler, Kilber exchange vows

Sandra Lawler and Michael (Nick) Lawler of Linton, would like to announce the marriage of their daughter, Michelle R. Lawler to Craig J. Kilber, son of Patricia and Keith Kilber, (formerly of Dickinson), currently of Fargo. A Friday, Nov. More...

Linton Middle School releases its second quarter honor roll

Linton Middle School released its second quarter honor roll as follows: (*denotes 4.0 GPA) “A” Honor Roll Grade 5 Callie Hase, Kimberly Gefroh, Erin Kelsch, *JayCee Richter, Teegan Scherr and Kathleen Vetter. Grade 6 More...

Four generations

Four generations pictured are grandfather Virgil Bosch, Menoken, holding granddaughter Brielle Jo Schafer, Mandan, born June 26, 2014; great-grandmother Jane Bosch, Bismarck and mother Amanda (Bosch) More...

Menus

Linton Public School Jan. 29—Feb. 4 Thursday, Jan. 29—Pepperoni pizza, corn,peaches Friday, Jan. 30—Beef stroganoff over noodles, green beans, pears Monday, Feb. 2—Pancakes, scrambled eggs, sausage links, Mandarin oranges More...

Westfield

Jim Vander Vorst had shoulder surgery two weeks ago and is recovering with therapy. Sunday morning, Milo Dyk led the church service and Paul Nies of Ashley spoke and showed pictures of the work of the Gideons. His wife, Candi, assisted him. More...