September 3, 2015 RSS feed / Top News

ARC, PLC enrollment deadline approaching

Earlier this year, farm owners and operators elected price protection (price loss coverage, or PLC) or revenue protection (agricultural risk coverage, or ARC), for their farm program safety net. More...

Linton Public School hosts ALICE Instructor Training

The Emmons County Sheriff’s Department and the ALICE Training Institute sponsored ALICE Instructor Training at Linton Public School on Aug. 17 and 18. More...

Remembering Ingrid Bergman at 100

Tinseltown Talks by Nick Thomas

( Editor’s Note: Nick Thomas teaches at Auburn University at Montgomery, Ala., and has written features, columns and interviews for over 600 magazines and newspapers.) More...

State launches billboard campaign

“If You See Something, Say Something™” is a national campaign that raises public awareness of the indicators of terrorism and terrorism-related crime, as well as the importance of reporting suspicious activity to state and local law More...

Strasburg School District application to state provides information on upcoming bond vote

Strasburg School District voters will vote Oct. 6 on a $3.9 million bond issue that will involve combining the high school/junior high campus into the north campus which includes the elementary school and the gymnasium. More...

DPI officials visit, tour Strasburg School

In what may be a precedent for future school construction projects in the state, N.D. Department of Public Instruction (DPI) officials met with the Strasburg School Board on Wed., Aug. More...

Heat wave doesn’t stop cowboys and cowgirls at Ranch Rodeo Aug. 15

“A rodeo never stops because of hot weather, there is no such temperature,” Jon Richter said. Richter is one of the organizers of the annual Beaver Valley Horse Club (BVHC) Ranch Rodeo. More...

DUI patrols made over 1200 traffic stops in June

Increased patrols for impaired driving enforcement during the month of June resulted in 1,207 citizen contacts across North Dakota. More...

NDDOT launches Crash Memorial Web page to kick off Labor Day DUI crackdown

The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) was joined recently by several families who lost loved ones due to motor vehicle crashes in North Dakota for the launch of the Crash Memorial Web page. More...

Nearly 100 people participate in the Courage Against Cancer 5K/Half Marathon

In 2010, a group of four in the Hague and Zeeland areas got together to celebrate a fellow friend’s courage while she was battling breast cancer. More...