April 25, 2013 RSS feed / Top News

Heidrich is the new supervisor at Prairie Rose Assisted Living

On March 26, Fran Potts- Heidrich began her new position as Prairie Rose Assisted Living Supervisor. Previous to this appointment, she was employed at the Linton Hospital in the housekeeping department. More...

Annual LHS Spring Awards Night will be held April 29

Linton High School will hold its annual SpringAwards/ Appreciation Banquet on Monday,April 29, at 6:30 p.m. in the Linton School Cafeteria. More...

Braddock Lions host Prom supper

The Braddock Lions Club hosted a supper for Hazelton-Moffit-Braddock High School students. The supper was served in the Braddock Community Hall prior to the Prom Grand March at the HMB School Saturday night. More...

Honors Recital to be held April 28 at Peace Lutheran

Junior and senior piano students will be honored in Sylvia Weisser’s Piano Honors Recital. The two seniors, Alex Glatt and Haleigh Holzer, have been dedicated in their piano studies and have played in festivals and recitals since second grade. More...

Students deliver Easter baskets

On March 20, the 7th, 8th, and 9th grade Sts. Peter and Paul and St. More...

Annual Emmons County Safe Night held April 12 at the HMB School

The 12th annual Emmons County Safe Night sponsored by the Emmons County Interagency was held Friday, April 12, at the Hazelton-Moffit-Braddock School. More...

Nodak True Value draws big crowd at grand re-opening

Over 1,000 people from a multi-county area turned out for the three-day grand re-opening of Nodak True Value in their new store at the junction of U.S. Highway 83 and N.D. Highway 13. More...

Sno-Goer’s boost Kuntz benefit

The Beaver Valley Sno-Goer’s Club donated $1,000 to Jesse Kuntz at the benefit held for him Sat., April 20. More...

North Dakota smoke-free law requires signs to be posted

North Dakota’s new smoke-free law requires that all enclosed public places and places of employment must post smoke-free signs. More...

First boat of the spring

The temperature was in the 30s when the first boat of spring made its appearance at Beaver Bay. The boaters used the state landing on the east side of the bridge on Highway 1804. More...

First flowers of spring

Snow and cold weather did not stop these crocuses from blooming. They are in the iris family but bloom much earlier than irises or tulips. More...

Benefit held for Jesse Kuntz

A benefit supper and auction was held for Jesse Kuntz on Saturday, April 20, at the Linton KC Hall. More...

Linton Elementary presents concert

The Linton Elementary School, K-4, held its spring concert on April 18. The theme was “Music Time Machine” and directed by music teacher Mrs. More...

Lions donate to Grad Finale

The Linton Lions Club recently made a $300 donation to the Linton Grad Finale. The 29th Annual Linton Grad Finale will be held on Sunday, May 19, in the Linton Elementary School Gym. More...

Salwei places second

In her 2012 entry Jessica Salwei, daughter of Linda and Roger Salwei, placed second on the state level with her Computer Art Entry. She received $20 for her entry. More...

HMB students work hard to earn trip to Washington, D.C., New York

Two years of hard work and fund-raising resulted in four Hazelton-Moffit-Braddock School boys participating in Close Up in Washington, D.C., and New York City. More...

HMB National Honor Society inductees

Hazelton-Moffit-Braddock High School hosted their National Honor Society Induction Ceremony on April 12 in the school theatre room. Mrs. Dykema, Mr. Dick, Mr. More...

Spring Fling set in Ashley

The Annual Spring Fling will be held Thurs., May 2, from 5-8 p.m. at the American Legion Hall, Ashley. More...

A Salute to Area Academic Teams and Organizations!

The following Patrons salute the area’sAcademic Teams and Organizations. More...

‘As Time Goes By’ is theme of H-M-B High School Prom held Saturday

Junior Class President WIlliam Schmidt escorts Sambrea Rath. More...

Strasburg Close Up students experience Washington, D.C.

From March 16 through March 23, 22 juniors and seniors from Strasburg School spent time in Washington D.C., seeing government happen with Close Up. More...

Parents: vaccinations are important

During National Infant Immunization Week, April 20-27, 2013, the North Dakota Department of Health would like to remind parents of the importance of protecting infants from vaccinepreventable diseases. More...

Ohlhauser reunion produces pillow case dresses for charity in Haiti

The Ohlhauser Family gets together every year for Thanksgiving at a place called Red Willow Bible Camp near Binford. More...