December 18, 2014 RSS feed / Top News

State’s protection order alert system helps to protect the victims of domestic violence

The state of North Dakota is helping to protect victims of domestic violence through a protection and restraining order notification system provided by the North Dakota Criminal Justice Information Sharing Program (ND CJIS). More...

Five people injured in two-vehicle collision on U.S. 83

Five people sustained injuries in a two-vehicle accident near Hazelton on Dec. 7. The accident occurred at about 3:45 p.m. just south of Hazelton on U.S. Highway 83. More...

Mausoleum of North Dakota’s first Governor restored in N.Y. cemetery

( Editor ’s note: Dale Niewoehner, a Rugby funeral director, was a friend of the late Peter Kraft who founded the Kraft Funeral Home in Linton, which is now Myers Funeral Home.) John Miller was a wealthy bonanza farmer in the Red River Valley i More...

Renewable Accounts: The Rules of the Game

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Nokota Horse Conservancy® urgently needs funds to continue operation

(Editor’s note: This story is reprinted with the permission of the Bismarck Tribune. More...

State’s First Lady Betsy Dalrymple visits Linton to discuss book

A room full of students— Strasburg High School students and 4th graders from Linton Elementary—greeted North Dakota’s First Lady Betsy Dalrymple when she arrived at the Harry L. Petrie Public Library in Linton on Wed., Dec. 10. More...

Emmons Plant Manager Lyle Quenzer named Operator of the Year

Lyle Quenzer of Eureka, S.D., who manages the South Central Regional Water District treatment plant west of Linton, has received the Operator of the Year Award for 2014 from the North Dakota Department of Health. More...