August 8, 2018 RSS feed / News

New ordinance drafted for truck route traffic

Abandoned vehicles for sale by city

GRAFTON – City committees met Monday night, with Mayor Chris West, members Chris Lipsh, Brian Sieben, Dave Fellman, Shane Mohn, Don Hutson, Greg Young and Phil Ray present. Mary Stark was absent.  More...

Lost in concentration

Walsh County Highway Department employee Andy Moe is all focus during the backhoe rodeo at the open house in Park River last Wednesday. More...

FIC insurance title earned by Osowski

Sean Osowski, a Knights of Columbus Insurance agent, has attained the Fraternal Insurance Counselor (FIC) designation. More...

Park River named Vision Zero city

North Dakota's first designation

Park River has been named the first North Dakota Vision Zero Community. Vision Zero is North Dakota’s strategy to eliminate motor vehicle crash fatalities and serious injuries.  More...

Community group to tour potential of Grafton

S.O.A.R. looks inward for growth

Grafton’s S.O.A.R. (success, opportunity, action, resources) group will host “Tour the Potential” Thursday, Aug. 16, at 4:30 p.m. beginning at Luscious Boutique. More...

Health notes

Active families are happy families   More...

Seeing spots

Two fawns are spotted playing in a yard last month just east of Edinburg.   More...

Park River meth bust finds some resolution

Apland offered alternative to jail time

Natalie Apland entered a guilty plea pursuant to a plea agreement last week in Walsh County District Court in front of Judge Laurie Fontaine. More...

Gourmet Gardener

The cucumber, also known as the cuke, is a green vegetable related to the squash and melon. Traditionally cucumbers are prepared to top a salad or make pickles. There are a number of varieties to choose from today from Persian to miniature. More...