March 28, 2013 RSS feed / Top News

Three men arrested in drug investigation

Three men were arrested in Emmons County on March 16 and face drug charges. More...

Library exhibits ‘Seeds of Victory’ and collects items for U.S. troops

During World War I and WorldWar II, civilians needed to make do with less so there would be enough supplies for the armed forces. The federal government encouraged civilians to plant gardens to supplement shortages. More...

Voigt holds video game tournament as a fund-raiser for Bismarck Cancer Center

A video game tournament was held at Linton High School on March 15 as a fund-raiser for the Bismarck Cancer Center. The tournament and fund-raiser was coordinated by Garrick Voigt. More...

Hazelton Easter Egg Hunt held with visit by Easter Bunny

Children, some getting help from their parents, hunt for eggs during the Easter Egg Hunt in Hazelton on Saturday. Their were lots of prizes and food and an appearance by the Easter Bunny. More...

Rooster of bread is only one Easter variation

(Editor’s note: Angie Reinbold Ibarra of Strasburg is a new columnist for the Emmons County Record. Please join us in welcoming her.) The word Easter was borrowed from the Teutonic festival of the Spring sun, Eastre. More...

President Shea: rural N.D. roots

(Editor’s note: Kent Brick is editor of North Dakota Living, and this story is reprinted with permission. Monsignor Shea is the son of Joe and Pat Shea of Hazelton.) More...

Forage is more valuable today

High hay prices mean producers need to improve yields and reduce waste. Winter feeding and care always have been a critical aspect of cattle production in the Northern Plains. More...

Linton fifth-graders present ‘History Comes Alive’

Students in Mrs. Ogren’s 5th Grade class at Linton Public School presented “History Comes Alive” on Thursday, March 21. More...

Celebrate National Arbor Day by planting 10 free shade trees

National Arbor Day is Fri., April 26, this year, and the Arbor Day Foundation is making it easy for anyone to celebrate the annual tree-planting holiday. Join the Foundation in April and receive 10 free shade trees. More...

Linda Kroeger invents memory games

Fun and games. Whether you’re young or old, everyone likes to have fun. And that’s one of Linda Kroeger’s passion— bringing enjoyment to residents at the Prairie Ridge Assisted Living facility in Waupun, Wis. More...

Linton School Board discusses projects

The Linton School Board discussed upcoming projects during its regular meeting on March 18. Proposed projects included: • Installing a security system throughout the entire facility, which will include video cameras and selflocking doors. More...

Emmons County Extension hosts archery instructor certification

Emmons County Extension recently hosted a basic archery instructor certification training course for 4-H leaders and volunteers. Instructors were certified through the NationalArchery in the Schools Program (NASP). More...

Reich is elected

At a special City of Hazelton election March 19, Faron Reich was elected to the City Commission. Reich received 38 votes and former Commissioner James Zahn received 23 votes. The partial term expires in 2014. More...

Book on German/Russian food planned

(Editor’s note: This story is reprinted with the permission of the Wishek Star.) If you’re a history buff with an interest in the fascinating food culture developed by the Germans from Russia in McIntosh, Logan and Emmons counties, a deli More...

LHS students attend State TSA Convention

Eight students from Linton Public School’s Technology Education program recently competed at the State Technology Student Association (TSA) Convention, which was held March 18 and 19, at the Best Western Plus Seven Seas Hotel in Mandan. More...

Emmons County Community Choir performs Easter Cantata in Strasburg

The Emmons County Community Choir presented the final performance of its Easter Cantata Sunday night at Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Church in Strasburg. More...

Tree-rings record drought history in North Dakota

(Editor’s note: This story is reprinted with the permission of North Dakota Water.) What can tree rings tell us about drought patterns? More...

North Dakota seniors saved $15,400,000 on prescriptions as a result of health care law

As the third anniversary of the Affordable Care Act approaches, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius has announced that people with Medicare in North Dakota saved $15,398,792 on prescription drugs because of the health care law. More...

Law school event explores ag antitrust concerns

(Editor’s note: This story is reprinted with the permission of the Tri-State Neighbor.) VERMILLION, S.D. More...

Linton Catholic Daughters hold annual contest

The Catholic Daughters of Court St. Claire #1846 of Linton held its annual Art, Essay, Poetry, Poster, Music, Photography and Computer Art Contest for students in grades 4-12. More...