January 31, 2013 RSS feed / Top News

Special Events

LINTON SENIOR CITIZENS • Card playing every Monday & Thursday at 7 p.m. STRAS. SENIOR CITIZENS • Every 1st Monday 1:30 p.m.—Bingo • Every 4th Tuesday 12 noon—Dinner • Thursday 2 p.m.—Card games More...

City of Linton awarded USDA grant for water/sewer projects

USDA Rural Development State Director Jasper Schneider announced that the City of Linton will receive a $1,109,000 loan and an $891,000 grant to renovate and make improvements to the city’s water infrastructure. More...

Beaver Valley Sno-Goers hold annual banquet; raffle

The Beaver Valley Sno- Goer’s annual banquet was held Saturday, Jan. 19, at the Linton Knights of Columbus Hall. The event included a social, supper, door prizes, raffle drawings, and a dance, and about 190 members and guests attended. More...

Linton High School releases second quarter honor roll

Linton High School has released its second quarter honor roll as follows: (*denotes 4.00 GPA) “A” Honor Roll Seniors More...

Linton woman is a victim of a telephone scam; Sheriff Sanders advises public to be cautious

On Sun., Jan. 20, 2013, a 75-year-old woman from Linton received a phone call from a male subject that she was the lucky winner of a 2012 Nissan car and $40,000 cash through a Reader’s Digest sweepstakes. More...

You can show off your plowing skills

At Ashley celebration

In conjunction with the Ashley Quasi-Centennial, The McIntosh County Heritage Society will host an old-fashioned plowing contest Fri., June 21, 2013, at 10:30 a.m. More...

Highway Patrol committed to traffic safety

With increasing activity on the state’s roadways, the North Dakota Highway Patrol and the North Dakota Department of Transportation continue their commitment to enhancing traffic safety. More...

Linton Public School 2A Award recipients

The Linton Education Association recently presented the 2A Award to students, grades 6-12, for the second quarter. More...

Snowboys will be snowboys

Frosty Jr. woke up Monday morning to discover the temperature was 30 degrees. He was so elated that he did a dance and wound up standing on his head. More...

Attorney General gives phone fraud tips

You worked hard for your money—don’t let a stranger steal it from you. Telemarketing fraud tips More...

Four generations

Pictured are, left to right, Mary Alice Stoppler, great-grandmother, of Linton, Kristie Chaffee, mother, of Minnesota, Ari Michael Chaffee and Nellie (Stoppler) Keller, grandmother, of Bismarck. More...

Linton School will implement ‘Code Red’ plan

During its regular meeting on Jan. 21, the Linton School Board discussed plans for a school lockdown, or Code Red, in case of an emergency. More...

Linton hosts Invitational Speech Meet

The Linton Invitational Speech Meet was held on Saturday, January 19, in the Linton High and Middle Schools. This year’s event consisted of 14 Class A and Class B schools, making each of the 14 events statequalifying. More...

Legion, Auxiliary sets Midwinter Conference

Linton’s Voigt to compete

More than 300 North Dakota veterans and their family members will gather this weekend in Minot for the North Dakota American Legion’s Annual Winter Conference. More...

Zeeland Public School releases second quarter honor roll

Zeeland Public School has released its second quarter honor roll as follows: “A” Honor Roll Seniors Elisabeth Bender, Jessica Fetzer, Mikayla Meidinger and Rebecca Meier. Juniors Alexandra Wolf. More...

Dan Tveito re-elected to Snowmobile N.D. Board

Dan Tveito of Linton was re-elected to the Snowmobile North Dakota Board of Directors during the annual Snowmobile North Dakota Convention, held Nov. 30- Dec. 1, in Rugby. More...

Job training opportunities are available

The Experience Works Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) is currently accepting applications. Program applicants must be age 55 or older, unemployed, live in Emmons County and have qualifying income. More...

Service offered to boost marriages

It’s always been his way or her way, but now the Catholic Diocese of Bismarck is offering The Third Option. More...

District Knights of Columbus Free Throw Contest winners

The District Knights of Columbus Free Throw Contest was held Saturday, Jan. 19, in Napoleon. More...

Emmons County 4-H Scholarship is now available

Applications are being sought for the $200 Emmons County 4-H Scholarship to be given to past Emmons County 4-H members who are currently enrolled in an accredited college. Applications are due March 31. More...

HMB Second Quarter Honor Roll grades 3-6

A Honor Roll, left to right, Summer Schick (Grade 4); Tara Dahl (Grade 4); Anna Small (Grade 3); Kristi Carpenter (Grade 5); Sawyer Duckwitz (Grade 3); Shane MacPherson (Grade 4); Bethanie Ternes (Gr More...

Buer, Vetter

Leland and MaryAnn Vetter of Torrington, Wyo., and John and Dixie Buer of Meadow, S.D., would like to announce the engagement of Thomas Vetter and Bailee Buer on April 6, 2013. More...

Harry L. Petrie Library news

The Harry L.Petrie Library is now offering beginning computer classes. Anyone interested in the classes can contact the Library at 701- 254-4737 to set up a schedule. More...

Switch to electronic federal payments

Individuals who still receive a paper check for their Social Security or other federal benefit payments will need to make a change in the near future. By law, they are required to switch to an electronic payment option by March 1, 2013. More...