December 16, 2015 RSS feed / News

Minto advances in national STEM contest

High school to receive $20,000

Minto High School (MHS) has been named the North Dakota state winner in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest, a program that encourages teachers and students to solve real-world issues in their community using classroom skills in science, technolog More...

City Court Report

Failure to display current tabs, $20: John Maxwell, Grafton; Michael Erlandson, Grafton; Nick Blackcloud, Grafton.  Care required, $30: Joseph Dusek, Grafton; Lane Miller, Ferndale, Washington.  Driver failed to provide child restraint devi More...

Casual clothes for charity nets $2,100

Each year Polar employees have the opportunity to take part in the Casual Clothes for Charity program. Every Friday those participating are allowed to wear jeans for $1. The total money collected this year was $2,100. More...

Reinke recognizes Rite Irrigation with Gold Pride Award

Reinke has recognized Rite Irrigation, LLC in Fordville, with a Gold Reinke Pride award in recognition of the company’s marketing year success. More...

El Nino harvest

Peter Lunde combined the last of the wheat crop for Jim Shirek near Whitman Dam in southwest Walsh County on Dec. 9. Temperatures were in the upper 40F degree range. Lunde finished in the dark around 7:30 p.m. More...

District attorney Whelan rolls SUV

Slick conditions contribute to crash

Walsh County District Attorney Barb Whelan was involved in a rollover accident at 9:45 a.m. Saturday on Hwy 18 five miles east of Park River.  More...

Brendel challenges bond forfeiture

Evidentiary hearing extended

Terry Brendel appeared in Walsh County District Court on Monday for an evidentiary hearing in regard to relief of bond forfeiture under jurisdiction of district court judge Richard Geiger.  Brendel is seeking relief in the case relating to his s More...

Health insurance for parks employees discussed

Snow for WinterFest draws 100

Grafton Parks and Recreation (GPR) held their monthly meeting on Wednesday, Dec. 9 at city hall. In attendance were Todd Storey, Cory Burns, Scott Hills and Brad Burianek. Staff members included, Dean Feltman, Kristy Jelinek, and Mike Steinfeldt. More...

Polar employees donate to Edinburg Quick Response

Polar employee Wendy Machart’s charity of choice was drawn as this year’s donation recipient. More...

American Crystal Sugar Company Board of Directors reorganizes

Robert Green, St. Thomas, North Dakota, was reelected chairman at American Crystal Sugar Company’s Dec. 3 board reorganization meeting following the cooperative’s annual meeting. More...

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