May 16, 2013 RSS feed / Top News

Emmons County institutes Burn Ban which is tied to the Fire Danger Index

Emmons County has declared a Fire Emergency and instituted a Burn Ban effective immediately and until further notice. More...

HMB Kindergartners are ready for first grade

The graduation exercise for the H-M-B Kindergarten class was held Friday in the school cafeteria. Eight little future first graders helped their teacher, Mrs. More...

29th Annual Linton High School Grad Finale will be held May 19

The 29th Annual Linton Grad Finale will be held Sunday, May 19, in the Linton Elementary School Gym. The Grad Finale provides a safe alcohol and drug-free environment for students to honor and celebrate Linton’s Class of 2013. More...

Strasburg Elementary students entertain with concert, musical play

Kindergarten through second grade students delighted the audience with actions to “Hey, Look Me Over,” celebrated the sounds of spring’s drip, drip, drop in “Little April Show More...

Paula Moch begins career as FNP at Linton Hospital and Clinics

At the age of 15, she was already working in the medical field as a secretary for Medcenter One Pharmacy in Bismarck. She was also responsible for counting out pills, and through that, she gained a general knowledge of medications. More...

Strasburg First Graders win Reading Iditarod Race

In kindergarten through sixth grade, Strasburg Elementary students competed in “April is Reading Month.” The top reader in each class was treated to lunch by the Strasburg PTA at The Gall More...

Strasburg students show off talents at music concert, cultural fair

At the Strasburg Music Concert on Thurs., May 9, students performed an evening of delightful and energetic music selections under the direction of Mr. Jeff Ingerson. More...

FCS of Mandan awards scholarships

Four area high school seniors have each been awarded a $1,000 scholarship from Farm Credit Services of Mandan. More...

Abby Scherr wins state KC coloring contest

Strasburg Knights of Columbus (KC) Financial Secretary Brenden Keller, left, and KC Grand Knight Darnell Tschosik, present Abby Scherr of Strasburg with a $50 check and plaque. More...

Are they future bankers?

The Bakker School students paid a visit to Strasburg State Bank (SSB) last week. More...

Linton School Board discusses disciplinary policy for students

The Linton School Board discussed disciplinary actions for students who violate the school’s alcohol, tobacco or drug policy during a special meeting on May 7. More...

Linton Council accepts bid for Water project

The Linton City Council accepted bids for Phase I of the water system improvement project during its regular meeting on May 6. More...

Linton School holds blood drive

Blood drive coordinator Jackie Wald and the Linton High School have sponsored a successful first-time blood drive. More...

Linton High School holds 2013 Prom

The 2013 Linton High School Prom was held on Saturday, May 11, in the LHS Gymnasium. More...

MDU customers can now access accounts online

Montana-Dakota Utilities customers can now access their accounts online. The service allows customers to register and receive paperless statements, as well as pay their utility bills online. More...

ZHS students earn Stars at State Music Festival

Three Zeeland High School students earned Star ratings during the State Music Festival, held May 4, at Minot State University. More...

4-Hers participate in communication arts contest

Emmons County 4-H hosted its annual communication arts contest on May 9 at KEM Electric in Linton, and 10 members participated. Each of the 4-Hers qualified for the district communication arts contest that will be held in Mandan on May 28. More...

Linton Kindergarten Class marks the end of the school year with musical program

The Linton Kindergarten Class of 2013 will end the year next week, but the students performed a program entitled “Sounds a Little Fishy to Me” on May 8 in the Linton Elementary School Gym More...

Preschoolers tour Linton Hospital

The Emmons County Preschool children visited the Linton Hospital recently. They had a tour of several departments, including physical therapy, X-ray, lab, emergency room and operating room. More...

Prospective planting is noted

North Dakota spring wheat producers intend to plant 6.20 million acres, up 8 percent from 2012, according to the USDA, NationalAgricultural Statistics Service, North Dakota Field Office. More...

Students present senior recital

On Sunday, April 20th, the senior piano students of Mrs. Trudy Fraase-Wolf presented a senior recital in the Zeeland School Gym. More...

Linton seniors help out with LHS Grad Finale fund-raiser

Members of the Class of 2013 helped out with the LHS Grad Finale aluminum can recycling fund-raiser throughout the year by bagging and storing the cans whenever the dumpster was full. More...

Professor mentors Afghan woman

Mentoring and advising agribusiness students is not unusual for Cheryl Wachenheim, a professor in North Dakota State University’s Agribusiness and Applied Economics Department. More...