October 23, 2014 RSS feed / Top News

U.S. Sen. Heitkamp supports rural economic development

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State Water Commission to conduct Missouri River bank investigation

The State Water Commission is studying the feasibility of subsurface water intakes along the Missouri River for potential future water sources through a Missouri River Bank Filtration Intake Investigation. More...

Linton Council approves extension and change order on water project

(Editor’s Note: This story was revised and reprinted from the original topic found in the Linton City Council story in the Oct. 16 issue of the Emmons County Record. The Oct. More...

Post 54 boosts Piano Festival

Dan R. Richardson American Legion Post 54 Commander Richard Naumann presents a check in the amount of $400 to South Central Piano Festival Chairperson Sylvia Weisser. More...

St. Alexius Medical Center is now CHI St. Alexius Health; has new logo

St. Alexius Medical Center is now CHI St. Alexius Health, a change that is part of a system-wide branding strategy by parent organization Catholic Health Initiatives, one of the nation’s largest nonprofit health systems. More...

Abbot, monks originally from area honored at Assumption Abbey

(Editor’s Note: This story is reprinted with permission from the July 2014 Assumption Abbey Newsletter.) More...

Karlee Kalberer to compete in NBHA Youth World Championship

Karlee Kalberer has been riding horse since she took her first steps as a child. She rides almost every day, rain or shine, and even in the winter time. Karlee is the daughter of Joe and Deb Kalberer of Hazelton. More...

Opal Girls celebrate birthdays

Fifteen Opal Girls attended their annual birthday celebration at the Jim and Karen Strand home east of Hazelton on Oct. 9. More...

Conversations at BSC begin Sun., Oct. 26

Bismarck State College begins its seventh year of Conversations at BSC on Sun., Oct. 26, with a program titled “John Wesley Powell and North Dakota’s 125th Birthday.” More...

Fall colors adorn St. Paul’s Catholic Church

Fall colors are everywhere, and St. Paul’s Catholic Church in Hazelton is no exception. Parishioner Irene Brindle has been decorating the church for years. More...

Smoke-free multi-unit housing can reduce the risk of SIDS

October is Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) Awareness Month, so Emmons County Public Health (ECPH) and the North Dakota Center for Tobacco Prevention and Control Policy (the Center) are working to raise awareness of the relationship between SIDS a More...

Linton High School class of 1954 holds reunion

It has been 60 years since the graduating class of 1954 left Linton High School to forge their independent lives in the world. In honor of the anniversary, the class held a reunion Sept. 16 and 17, in Bismarck. More...

Reward offered to find poachers

The Report All Poachers program (R.A.P.) is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the conviction of the person(s) responsible for the poaching of four white-tail deer in Emmons County d More...

Linton School holds ‘Coins for a Cause’ fund-raiser

MSA United Way has announced the expansion of the Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library to Linton. More...

Pink Events recognize October Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and there have been many “pink” projects and events to increase awareness of the disease. More...

International Credit Union Day celebrated

The Hazelton Branch of Hometown Credit Union joined the Kulm home office in celebrating International Credit Union Day on Fri., Oct. 17. More...

Herbert Hoover fed Belgium during World War I

One of poorest-rated Presidents is hero to Belgians

Many Americans view Herbert Hoover as a failed President, his administration tarnished by the Great Depression. Belgians, however, have a different opinion. More...

Students perform Living Rosary

On Oct. 1, 2014, The Religious Education Program and community members from Strasburg and Hague performed the Living Rosary at St. Mary’s Church in Hague. More...

4-H Week Food Drive boosts EC Food Pantry

The Third Annual National 4-H Week Food Drive was hosted by the Emmons County 4-H Clubs from Mon., Oct. 6-13. More...

Gov. Dalrymple proclaims Cooperative Month

October is Cooperative Month nationwide. More...