November 20, 2014 RSS feed / Top News

Emmons County Farmers Union holds annual convention

Emmons County Farmers Union (ECFU) members held their annual convention on Tues., Oct. 28, at the Senior Citizens Building in Linton. More...

Breakfast held in honor of veterans

On Sun., Nov. 9, the Linton Senior Citizens held a pancake breakfast in honor of the Veterans of the area. A motion had been made at the Senior Citizen general meeting on Oct. More...

Emmons County Farm Bureau members gather for annual meeting

At the Emmons County Farm Bureau (ECFB) annual meeting on Mon., Oct., 20, ECFB President Ken Vander Vorst welcomed members and guests. More...

Testing, testing—Strasburg School staff performs skit for students

By Terri Lang In November, nearly 10 million students participate in the Northwest EvaluationAssociation (NWEA) Measures ofAcademic Progress (MAP) assessments. More...

Linton holds blood drive

A total of 48 people volunteered to donate blood, and 40 were able to give, during Linton’s Nov. 4 blood drive. More...

Audie Murphy tops Legion’s ‘Most Beloved Veterans’ list

Medal of Honor recipient and film star Audie Murphy topped an online survey of America’s “Most Beloved Veterans” conducted by The American Legion, the country’s largest organization of wartime veterans. More...

South-South Central Piano Festival held Nov. 15

The South-South Central Piano Festival annual event was held on Sat., Nov. 15 at the Linton Public School. More...

Sheriff’s Dept. notes accidents on U.S. Hwy 83

The Emmons County Sheriff’s Department investigated three accidents that occurred on U.S. Highway 83 over the past two weeks. More...

4-H Awards Banquet recognizes members and leaders

The 2014 4-H Awards Program was held Sun., Nov. 2, starting at 6 p.m., in the Emmons County Memorial Auditorium in Linton. NDSU/Emmons County Extension Agent Acacia Stuckle welcomed the crowd. More...

Strasburg students practice skills in the air

In November at the Linton Airport, students from Strasburg High School placed themselves in the pilot’s seat and took a short journey. The students had been practicing their flight skills for two months on an online simulator. More...

Game and Fish to recommend one deer license in 2015

Anew plan under consideration by the State Game and Fish Department would allow North Dakota deer hunters only one license per year, starting with the 2015 season. More...

Doan receives Agribusiness Award

Jerry Doan, a fourth-generation rancher and producer from McKenzie and a 1975 North Dakota State University graduate, will receive the 2014AgribusinessAward during the 41st annual Harvest Bowl program at NDSU. More...