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Countless benefits

Advantages many for 4-H youth

During their Christmas break from school, 4-H youth attended a fun-filled, handson STEM workshop at NDSU Extension-Walsh County last Wednesday. The workshop is an example of one of many countless benefits for children involved in 4-H.  More...

Life Goes On

Looking back   It’s that time of year here at The Record office when everyone on the editorial staff looks back on our work from the previous year. More...

Dabble with Dell

Last week I had a request for a pumpkin bread recipe. When I see a recipe that looks good, I save it. Looking through all my recipes that I have collected, I found only two pumpkin bread recipes. I will write them up for this column.   More...

Obituaries

Gertrude ‘Trudy’ Gerszewski

St. Louis, Missouri

Gert rude “ Trudy” Gerszewski, 76, beloved by her family and an adopted city full of friends, died Christmas Eve morning in a St. Louis, Missouri, hospital.  More...

Roger Dean

Kauai, Hawaii

Roger Kenneth Dean, 79, passed away Wednesday, Dec. 27, 2017, at Wilcox Hospital in Lihue, Hawaii.  More...

Douglas Reynolds

Adams

Douglas Reynolds, 59, Adams, died Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017, at Jackson Hospital in Marianna, Florida.  More...

Sports

Warroad hosts Hockeytown Holiday Classic

G-PR struggles against tough Minnesota teams

The Grafton-Park River (G-PR) Spoilers hockey team traveled to Warroad last weekend to compete in the Hockeytown Holiday Classic against three tough Minnesota teams.  G-PR vs Warroad  More...

Holiday hoops at Hillsboro

Midway-Minto's Jamye McMillan, left, goes up for a shot during the HIllsboro Holiday Hoops Classic held last weekend where the Mustangs defeated Richland 39-38. More...

Goalkeeper's post

Accepting change   More...

Religion

Valley Cruisers celebrate Christmas with charitable gifts

Silent auction benefits three area food pantries

Valley Cruisers Car Club celebrated the Christmas season by making charitable donations to three area food pantries.  More...

Sunny news from Sunset

December 25-31  Monday was Christmas Day. Pastor Bethany, our chaplain, held a Christmas morning worship service for all. The rest of the day was filled with friends and family visiting. More...

Goings on at the Good Sam

What a wonderful time of year! Lots of family visiting and enjoying the story of the true meaning of Christmas! We wish you all a Happy New Year!  Activities this week  Thursday, Jan. More...

Henriksen retires, leaves legacy behind

Theater to change managemen, bring about changes

GRAFTON - Tom Henriksen retired from his family’s legacy, the Strand Twin Theatre, on the last day of 2017. Henriksen was a third generation owner and operator following his grandfather and father. More...

News

Marvin Windows blood drive brings in 69 volunteers

Marvin Widows hosted a blood drive with United Blood Services on Dec.12, at Marvin Widows which helped collect a total of 57 units of blood to patients in need.  More...

Evergreen sunrise

A growing evergreen tree surrounded by snow was illuminated by a bright winter sunrise earlier this month near Minto. The shape of leaves on evergreens allows them to conserve water, which is needed for photosynthesis. More...

Sitzer named to Minto City Council

During a special meeting of Minto City Council, Minto resident Thomas Sitzer was temporarily appointed to replace councilmember Larry Jamieson while Jamieson serves as interim mayor.  More...

Happenings

Spin-a-Thon to support FCHC’s Giving Hearts Day

First Care Health Center (FCHC) will once again participate in the Giving Hearts Day fundraising event on Thursday, Feb. 8. More...

Local non-profits on Giving Hearts Day donor list

Several non-profit organizations located in or associated with Walsh County were selected to participate in the 2018 Giving Hearts Day fundraiser on Thursday, Feb. 8.  More...

Police Blotter

Dec. 25, 5:51 p.m., fireworks complaint on the intersection of 10th Street and Western Avenue.  Dec. 26, 9:06 a.m., report of a theft at an undisclosed location.  Dec. More...

Opinion

Political Cartoon

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Believing the hype

RECORD EDITORIAL

" What one does and what one says is a pretty good criterion of what one is."— Rilie R. Morgan, Nov. 7, 1923   More...

Turning back the clock

60 years  Their announced purpose being “to put Christ back into Christmas,” members of the Oakwood C.Y.O. proposed and carried out a plan to create a nativity scene in Oakwood. The scene was located across from St. More...

School

Century stars

Century School’s theme for the 2017-18 school year is “Century Elementary – where every student is a star!” as teaching staff strive to recognize children for their academic achievements, as well as respect they show for their More...

Scholarship support

Beverly Boone, representing Ralph Boone Charitable Foundation, presents a check in the amount of $25,000 to Grafton Public Schools superintendent Darren Albrecht for college scholarships. More...

School Calendar

Saturday, January 6  Grafton speech team attending meet at Enderlin.  Tuesday, January 9   Valley-Edinburg School Board meeting, 7 a.m., at the school in Edinburg. More...