October 2, 2014 RSS feed / Top News

Emmons County Sheriff’s Office

SEX OFFENDER Public Notification and Release of Information

The Emmons County Sheriff’s Office is releasing the following information pursuant to N.D. More...

Strasburg’s annual wiener and sauerkraut day

What can be better on a beautiful autumn day than feasting on sauerkraut, wieners and mashed potatoes? At the Blue Room in Strasburg on Saturday, Sept. More...

Trophies are presented at the Annual Emmons County Tractor Pull

The annual Emmons County Tractor Pull was held at the Beaver Valley Horse Club Rodeo Grounds on Saturday, Sept. 20. Event Coordinator Curt Hollaar said about 20 participants competed in 13 weight classes and a total of about 45 pulls. More...

Strasburg board sets Oct. 6 public hearing on the 2014 tax levy

The Strasburg School Board has set a public hearing for Mon., Oct. 6, to consider increasing the district’s 2014 property tax levy by 24.86 percent. The hearing begins at 6:30 p.m. in Supt. Mark Mindt’s office in the high school. More...

Zeeland holds the 5th annual Courage Against Cancer Walk

This year marked the 5thAnnual Courage Against Cancer Walk. The 13-mile course, from Zeeland to Hague, was held on Sat., Aug. 23. Even with the rainy day, the event was again a success. More...

Dr. Isern tells story of ‘Whoopie John’

for Prairie Public Radio (Editor’s note: This story is reprinted with the permission of the author and Prairie Public Radio. Dr. Isern is the Distinguished Professor of History, North Dakota State University, Fargo. More...

Kids powerfully pedal the Mini Monster Pedal Puller at rodeo grounds

A Kids Pedal Tractor Pull was held on Saturday, Sept. 20, at the Beaver Valley Horse Club Rodeo Grounds at Strasburg. Organizer Curt Hollaar said it was the first time they sponsored a Kids Pedal Tractor Pull. More...

Strasburg students write about Powwow experience

Here are some short essays shared by some of the elementary students who attended the United Tribes International Powwow. By Jake Wagner6th grade At the powwow, I learned lots of things. More...