May 9, 2013 RSS feed / Top News

Strasburg concert is Thursday

The Strasburg Music Department, under the direction of Mr. Jeff Ingerson, will be having their spring concert on Thurs., May 9, at 7:30 p.m. in the Strasburg School North Gym. The fifth and sixth grade band will be playing two songs. More...

Lawler receives scholarship

Sarah Lawler, a student at the University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, is the recipient of the 2013 North Dakota Education Association Foundation Scholarship. More...

Group promotes German-Russian Country

By Acacia Stuckle The Tri-County Tourism Alliance hosted their April meeting in Hazelton at the Coffee Shop. Halupsie (pigs in the blanket) were served, and 21 people were in attendance. More...

The American Legion unveils web page dedicated to military honor, remembrance

Throughout the United States and around the world, honor for our nation’s military heroes can be found guarding the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington National Cemetery, at museums, cemeteries and memorial sites dedicated to the great wars, in m More...

Spring really is here

For those wondering if spring was ever coming to North Dakota this year, here are some crocuses that were photographed Sunday by Sue Sandwick at her farm near Linton. More...

Linton holds annual city-wide clean-up project

The City of Linton held its annual city-wide clean-up project on Saturday, May 4. More...

Camp offers youth taste of technology

North Dakota youth will have an opportunity in June to learn about building robots, using global positioning system technology and making maps. More...

Youth are supported

Al Dosch, Chairman of the Strasburg Park Board, accepts a $2,000 donation from Strasburg Lions President Danny Roehrich for Strasburg’s summer youth program. More...

Welcome spring chickens

When the Strasburg first graders arrived at school on Wed., May 1, they greeted the first baby chick that hatched from the eggs they were observing this spring in their classroom. More...

LPS employees honored for years of service

Seven employees of Linton Public School were recognized for their years of service with the school district during the LHS Spring Appreciation Banquet on April 29. More...

Almost 10,000 N.D. children do not have health insurance

A lack of health insurance can have a negative influence on school attendance and participation in extracurricular activities, and increased financial and emotional stress among parents. More...

SCG backs major food drive

South Central Grain joined CHS locations representing more than 300 communities across the country in raising more than 3.2 million meals, a 30 percent increase in contributions over 2012, for hungry families in the annual CHS Harvest for Hunger food More...

H-M-B spring concert K-12

The Hazelton-Moffit-Braddock School Music Department (K-12), under the direction of Mr. Paulson, presented the spring music concert last Thursday evening. More...

Zeeland concert is May 13

The Zeeland Public School will hold its spring concert on Monday, May 13, at 7:30 p.m. in the gym under the direction of Trudy Fraase Wolf. More...

Northern Plains helps serve 3.2 mil. meals through drive

Northern Plains of Strasburg joined CHS locations representing more than 300 communities across the country in raising more than 3.2 million meals, a 30 percent increase in contributions over 2012, for hungry families in the annual CHS Harvest for Hu More...

Strasburg-Zeeland Prom is colorful

Feelin’ Lucky Tonight was this year’s theme at the Strasburg-Zeeland High School Prom. More...

Linton High School Spring Awards Banquet

The Linton High School Spring Awards Banquet was held April 29 in the Linton School multi-purpose room. More...

Wetlands Reserve Program funding deadline is May 17

North Dakota Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) State Conservationist Mary Podoll has announced landowners have until May 17, 2013, to sign up for 2013 funding consideration through the Wetlands Reserve Program (WRP). More...

Teams are funded

Strasburg Lions President Danny Roehrich presented Steve Midboe with a check for $600 to sponsor the five basketball teams from Strasburg competing at this year’s YMCA tournament in Aberdeen, S More...

Bakker Kindergarten Graduation held

Kindergarten Graduation was held April 25 at the Bakker School at Westfield. More...

Students present Bakker Spring Program

Students in the Bakker School presented their Spring Program on April 22. The students, under the direction of Mrs. Penni Ryckman, sang several well-known songs. More...