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Rosendahl is hired by Wishek JDA

Perhaps best known as the former owner of an iconic area pizza restaurant, Duke Rosendahl believes he has the recipe to help Wishek maintain and improve what it has to offer local residents and visitors. More...

Voller donates Monsanto check to HDC

The Hazelton Development Corporation’s annual meeting was held last week Tuesday at the Hazelton Coffee Shop following a supper served by volunteer Arlene Davis. More...

Linton Hardware Center donates mascot

Linton Hardware Center Owners Terry and LaDean Schafer donated a stuffed lion to the Linton Public School to be displayed as a mascot at the school. More...

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From the Heartland

Highs this week should range from 23 to 38 degrees with lows in the 8- to 21-degree category. Snow showers are mentioned, and wind is expected to be from 8 to 14 miles per hour. More...

North Dakota Senate Report

We have completed the third week of session, and things are moving along quickly and orderly. There were 375 bills introduced in the Senate this session, as compared to 368 bills last session. More...

Off the Bookshelf

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Obituaries

Jessie Buck, 99, formerly of Linton

Jessie Buck, 99, of Bismarck, formerly of Linton died Friday, Jan. 25, 2013, at St. Vincents Care Center, Bismarck. Jessie was born Aug. 8, 1913, on a farm northwest of Hazelton, the daughter of Lemual and Ethel Mae (Wallace) Jenkins. More...

Donald L. Peterson, 70, formerly of Pollock, S.D.

Donald L. Peterson, 70, formerly of Pollock, S.D., died Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2013, in the Strasburg Care Center. Donald was born on March 17, 1942, in Linton the son of John and Leona (Mosset) Peterson. More...

Mary Jane Klabo, 74, of Pembina

Mary Jane Klabo, 74, Valley City, and long-time resident of Pembina passed away Monday, Jan. 28, 2013, in Sanford Hospital in Valley City. Mary Jane was born Feb. 24, 1938. She was the eldest daughter of L.P. More...

The Record’s Ag Report

February 4, 2013 The farm bill plays a significant role for many federal agencies in rural areas. One of those agencies that it impacts is USDARural Development. More...

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Midwest Dairy Assn., NDSU Ext. Service sponsor Dairy Cow College

Midwest Dairy Association Program Manager Char Heer of Hazelton welcomed producers to the 2013 Dairy Cow College on January 28 at the KEM Electric Building in Linton. More...

Jan. 1 cattle inventory released

All cattle and calves in North Dakota as of Jan. 1, 2013, totaled 1.79 million head, up 100,000 head from Jan. 1, 2012, according to the USDA, NationalAgricultural Statistics Service, North Dakota Field Office. More...

NRCS has EQIP opportunity for North Dakota grazing land

The North Dakota Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) has announced a special Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) opportunity for producers in central and eastern North Dakota. More...

Community News

Hague

Wilbert and Karen Keller attended the Strasburg Firemen’s Ball on Saturday evening. More...

Hazelton

Well hello Hazelton! My name is Beverly Patterson. I was born and raised in Claremont, S.D. I am an artist, and I work with whatever medium is currently available. More...

Braddock

Carol Mock spent part of this week in Bismarck with her children, Jay. Dawn, Michael, Nicholas, and Christopher Mock. On Friday another daughter Lynne, Dr. John Mari and son, Jarret arrived from Fargo . More...

Sports

Potter County (SD) tops Clippers to stay unbeaten

Potter County (SD) outscored Strasburg-Zeeland, 42-21, in the middle quarters on the way to a 69-55 victory over the Clippers in Strasburg on Feb. 2. More...

Clippers topple Napoleon to close out district slate

Strasburg-Zeeland closed out its District 6 schedule with a 68-35 blowout over homestanding Napoleon on Feb. 1. More...

BEK Sports will televise State Wrestling Tourney

Wrestling. It’s the ultimate boys sport. From the time a boy can crawl, he’s ready to wrestle. More...