October 10, 2018 RSS feed / News

School rumor causes mass absences

No charges pending

Grafton School District last week dealt with a rumor that kept more than 50 students from attending class on Wednesday, Oct. More...

Morgan Hovde joins Record newspaper staff

I’ll admit that I was scared walking into The Walsh County Record for the first time. I had no idea what to expect, everything here was very out of my element.  More...

Extension Exchange

4-H grows here  National 4-H Week is Oct. 7-13. What better time to recognize our Walsh County 4-H’ers than now, as they prepare for the Walsh County Fair, Oct. 17-20. More...

Tax commissioner reminds taxpayers of extension deadline

Tax commissioner Ryan Rauschenberger reminds individual income taxpayers who filed for an extension that their deadline is approaching.  More...

Manufacturing Day 2018

More than 230 students from 12 area schools participated in Manufacturing Day on Wednesday, Oct. 3. John Morgan of Morgan Printing, left, shows a group of students how a web printing press works.   More...

The Browne Report

Kavanaugh’s opponents did everything wrong   Well Judge Brett Kavanaugh is now Justice Kavanaugh and depending on your point of view justice has been done the Justice, or a predator is sitting on the highest court in the land.   More...

Combining snow

This combine finished up harvesting west of Grafton just before the snow fell last Friday morning. Snow fell throughout the day but melted over the weekend. The area is expecting more snow today (Wednesday).   More...

Man arrested on AA felony

Preliminary hearing set for Nov. 14

Bond has been set at $250,000 for Nathan Tebay, 40, of rural Minto, who has been charged with cont inuous sexual abuse of a child.  According to the arrest affidavit, Jane Doe, 18, told investigators she was forced to have sex with Tebay since s More...

City Court Report

AUGUST 2018 DISPOSITIONS  More...

STETSON'S HALLOWEEN BASH

Photos by Morgan Hovde LEFT: Kayla Gowan, left, and Janessa Narloch, event organizers of Stetson’s Halloween Bash hand out candy for the first hour of the event during the Trick or Treat Walk-A More...

Kringstad makes initial appearance

Sentence could carry a maximum of 20 years

Robert (Bobby) Kringstad, 39, of rural Grafton, made his initial appearance in Northeast District Court, Monday, with judge Barbara Whelan presiding.  More...