February 21, 2013 RSS feed / Top News

Corps gives Missouri River forecast

The updated runoff forecast for the upper Missouri River basin continues to indicate less-than-normal runoff in 2013. More...

Adam Hulm is Champion of Emmons County Spelling Bee

Students from three county schools participated in the Emmons County Spelling Bee on Feb. 13, at the Emmons County Memorial Auditorium. Each school enters two students from grades six, seven, and eight. More...

Weigel Angus is recognized

Weigel Angus Ranch, Kintyre, has been recognized nationally by the American Angus Association® for having 13 registeredAngus cows included in the Association’s 2013 Pathfinder® Report. More...

Experience Works has openings for seniors

The Experience Works Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) is currently accepting applications. More...

Thompson Angus recognized

Harold B Thompson, Kintyre, has been recognized nationally by the American Angus Association® for having two registered Angus cows included in the Association’s 2013 Pathfinder Report. More...

H-M-B students present Skillbott to legislators

Five Hazelton-Moffit- Braddock students were chosen to present their Business Communications Program, Skillbott, to North Dakota State Legislators at the Capitol on Jan. 30. More...

Births

Joel and Kylie Eberhart of Pollock, S.D., are the parents of a daughter, Hope Nevaeh, who was born on Monday, Feb. 4, 2013, at St. Alexius Medical Center in Bismarck. She joins big sisters, Gracie Alice, 5, and Harmony Rae, 2 1/2. More...

Hunter education volunteers feted

Volunteer instructors for North Dakota’s hunter education program were recognized Feb. 9 for their contributions of teaching students the importance of hunter safety and ethics. More...

Menus

Linton Public School Feb. 21—Feb. 27 Thursday, Feb. 21—Hamburger on a bun, curly fries, mixed fruit Friday, Feb. 22—Fish nuggets, buttered noodles, pears Monday, Feb. 25—Hotdog on a bun, cheese nachos, pears More...

Activities

Linton Public School Feb. 21—Feb. 27 Thursday, Feb. 21—Science Fair 8:45-2:30. Friday, Feb. 22—GBB vs. Hazen at Linton - Parents night - 5:30-7 p.m. Speech at Shiloh. Saturday, Feb. 23—Speech at Bismarck St. Mary’s. More...

Linton American Legion Post 54 inducts 2012-13 officers

The Dan R. Richardson American Legion Post 54 of Linton inducted its new officers for the 2013-14 year at its regular meeting on Feb. 14. More...

DFC expands in Hazelton

A new agronomy addition at Central Dakota Frontier Cooperative in Hazelton is moving along rapidly despite the cold weather. The addition is on the east end of the present DFC/Cenex station. More...

Hometown Credit Union holds 63rd Annual Meeting in Kulm

Credit Union members and their families filled the Kulm Community Center on Feb. 15 for Hometown Credit Union’s 63rd annual meeting. After a hearty meal, the business meeting was held while the kids went off to enjoy fun and games. More...

NRCS offers assistance to improve grazing land

NRCS is offering financial and technical assistance to help producers improve grazing land opportunities on expired CRP acres and other grasslands. More...

Funds to feed hungry raised

North Dakota was the top site for collecting donations to benefit Feeding America as part of the challenge from National Farmers Union and the Howard G. Buffet Foundation. More...

Papers want Saturday delivery

Following the Postal Service’s recent announcement regarding Saturday mail delivery, the National Newspaper Association issued the following statement: More...

SHS science fair scheduled Feb. 22

There will be a local science fair in the Strasburg School south gym, Friday, Feb. 22 at 7 p.m. Students from grades 7-10 will be displaying their science projects to the public.All are welcome to come and observe the fair and even ask questions. More...

Valentine’s Day event held in Hazelton

The Hazelton Coffee Shop offered a Valentine’s Day dinner Friday evening with door prizes and drawings held during each of two serving times. Volunteer Arlene Davis, who manages the Coffee Shop, is also an American Legion Auxiliary member. More...

HMB Homecoming Royalty are named

Homecoming coronation took place on Sat., Feb. 2, at Hazelton-Moffit-Braddock High School. Hannah Jangula was crowned Queen and Travis Baumiller was crowned King. The other candidates were Theo Naaden, Kaitlyn Robinson andAshlee Henderson. More...

Bald Eagles surveyed

This year’s midwinter bald eagle survey conducted Jan. 10 along the Missouri River revealed 61 bald eagles, slightly above-average since the survey started in 1986. More...

Commodities were distributed

The Emmons County Senior Commodities were unloaded and packed for 71 qualified senior clients on Monday, Feb. More...

Northern Plains Co-op patrons share in CHS cash distribution

Nearly 1,600 eligible patrons of Northern Plains Cooperative will share in the distribution of $3.4 million in cash patronage and equity during 2013 based on business they’ve conducted with the company. More...