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Lake Oahe to rise 1.4 feet in April

Dry conditions continue in the upper Missouri River basin indicating less-thannormal runoff in 2013. More...

Hazelton holds blood drive

A total of 17 people volunteered to donate blood, and 12 were able to give during Hazelton’s recent blood drive. More...

Cultural, heritage tourism boosts economic development

“Aho Mitakuye Oyasin.” These are the Lakota Sioux words for “We are all related.” They ring true in North Dakota, across the country and around the world. More...

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From the Heartland

Spring weather remains elusive. Highs are expected to range between a chilly 28 degrees and a more pleasant 48 degrees this week, and lows will be between 13 and 33 degrees. The heartland needed the moisture, and we got 15-20 inches of it on Sunday. More...

Back In Time

10 YEARS Red flag for Emmons County area; extreme dry conditions, fires flare. Linton School Board launched the new breakfast program April 7. 25 YEARS More...

Off the Bookshelf

Fly Away Home

The latest work of one of my favorite authors, Jennifer Weiner, is entitled “Fly Away Home.” Weiner’s newest endeavor utilizes some of the strengths from her previous books: exceptional character development, a believable story line More...

Sports

C. Renz is KC Free Throw State Champ

Carter Renz of Linton was the champion in the Boys’ 10-year old Division at the North Dakota State Knights of Columbus Free Throw Contest, held Saturday, April 6, at the University of Mary in Bismarck. More...

Record Sports Time Capsule

10 YEARS AGO More...

Teams compete in championships at Aberdeen Tourney

The Strasburg-Zeeland Clippers 5th grade team won their opening game against Ipswich, S.D., on Friday evening, April 5, at the Aberdeen “Y” Tournament. More...

Linton Hospital scores above state, national averages on surveys

For the Linton Hospital, providing quality care for their patients is a priority. To help them accomplish that goal, they are involved in a program called Medicare Beneficiary Quality Improvement Project (MBQIP). More...

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Reported using a Davis Vantage Vue Weather Center in Linton

Date 2013 Low High Prec. Apr 8 17 34 .01 Apr 9 15 29 Apr 10 24 36 .01 Apr 11 26 32 .05 < More...

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Activities

Linton Public School April 18—April 24 Thursday, April 18—Grs. K-4 Spring Concert High School Gym 7:30 p.m. Track meet at Linton 3 p.m. Friday, April 19—Grs. K-12 Lyceum 2:25 pm. More...

Hull

Last week Tom and Cassie Haak took daughter Violet to Rochester, Minn. for a routine checkup. The MRI showed stable results. Pastor Paul and Stella Stout spent a few days in Michigan this past week. More...

Zeeland Public School releases third quarter honor roll

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

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Special Events

LINTON SENIOR CITIZENS • Card playing every Monday & Thursday at 7 p.m. • Monday, Board meeting 2 p.m. • Tuesday, singing at 2 p.m. • Wednesday, Bingo at 1:30 p.m. STRAS. SENIOR CITIZENS More...

Obituaries

Bernadine Scherr, 88, formerly of Hazelton

Bernadine “Bernie” Scherr, 88, formerly of Hazelton, died Tuesday, April 9, 2013, at St. Alexius Medical Center. Bernadine “Bernie” was born on April 11, 1924, in Linton, the daughter of John and Katherine (Burgad) Schiele. More...

Eugene ‘Gene’ Grinsteiner, 82, of Bismarck

Eugene “Gene” Grinsteiner, 82, Bismarck, died Monday, April 8, 2013, at his home. Gene was born Oct. 25, 1930, in Strasburg, the son of Wendelin and Armelia (Keller) Grinsteiner. He graduated from Linton High School. More...

Marion F. Vossler, 85, of Wishek

Marion F. Vossler, 85, of Wishek died Monday, March 25, 2013, at the Wishek Living Center, Wishek. Marion, daughter of Philip and Fredericka (Ritter) Burlack was born Jan. 22, 1928, at Burnstad. More...