April 24, 2014 RSS feed / Top News

Treatment program, website offer tools and resources to address gambling addiction

While many people enjoy gambling as a recreational activity, between two and three percent of the population struggles with problem gambling that affects not only the gambler but also family members, friends and employers. More...

Hollaars enjoy trip through parts of the southeastern United States

On Wed., March 12, 2014, Eldon and Twylah Hollaar of Pollock, S.D., drove to Sioux Center, Iowa, where they were overnight guests at the home of Glen and Betty Vermeer. More...

Bichler tapped for leadership program

During the 2014 National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) convention and trade show, Doug Bichler of Bichler Simmentals/Red Angus of Linton participated in a new leadership program offered by the King Ranch Institute for Ranch Management (KR More...

Victory Book Campaign brought reading to World War II troops

Men and women in service have many needs, including recreation and education. For thousands of American troops in World War II, the Victory Book Campaign covered both. More...

Correction

A name was omitted from the article “Peace Lutheran Church World Relief Quilts” in last week’s Emmons County Record. More...

BSC selects Alumna of the Year

The Bismarck State College National Alumni Association has chosen educator Brenda Werner as the 2014 Alumna of the Year. Trustees selected Werner, class of 1985, for her lifelong dedication to education and the students she serves. More...

Irene (Reinbold) Herr is enjoying her retirement years in Strasburg

Irene (Reinbold) Herr recently moved back to Strasburg, the area where she grew up. Irene was born on a farm west of Strasburg and is the daughter of the late John and Cecilia Reinbold. More...