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Community

A little help goes a long way

Community Health clinic offers variety of services

Since Community Health Service, Inc. opened its new location Aug. More...

Sondeland plans wedding to Hays

Peter and Julie Sondeland, Edinburg, announce the engagement of their daughter, Abbie to Jacob Hays, son of Joel and Tracey Hays of Park Rapids, Minnesota.  Abbie is a 2014 graduate of Valley-Edinburg High School. More...

Dabble with Dell

Years ago, every Friday we had meatless meals. Eggs, macaroni and cheese, macaroni and tomatoes, etc. To this day I love macaroni and cheese and pull the recipe from the file of recipes. Maybe you will like it. More...

Obituaries

Lavaughn Cernik

West Fargo

Lavaughn “ Vonnie” Cernik, 77, West Fargo, passed away Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2018, Sheyenne Crossings, West Fargo. Lavaughn Del Nygard was born Aug. 10, 1941, on a farm near Edinburg, daughter of Edwin and Alda (Steen) Nygard. More...

David Park Symington

Mesa, Arizona

David Symington, 88, Neche and Mesa, Arizona, passed away Aug. 30, 2018, at Home Sweet Home in Mesa.  Funeral services will be held Thursday, Sept. 6 at 10:30 a.m. at Trinity United Methodist Church, Cavalier. More...

School

challenge course

Valley-Edinburg engineering students have been working on programming skills under science teacher Marcus Tucker's leadership. More...

Take Note

Area students were among the 309 NDSU students that received degrees 2018 summer graduation. Ashley Slominski, Ardoch, received a bachelor’s degree in radiologic sciences and graduated with honors. More...

Religion

PRAYING FOR RAIN

Sharing a laugh before he begins leading the rosary Thursday night in Oakwood is Father Tim Schroeder, with Peter French, back left, and his mother, Florence French, of Oakwood. More...

From the Pastor’s Desk

Galatians 6:7-9 says, “Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap. More...

FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS

A bolt of lightning lights up a large, puffy cloud during a quiet but bright thunderstorm late last Friday night near Grafton.   More...

Palmer amaranth found in North Dakota

Early detection is the key

NORTH DAKOTA – Palmer amaranth ( Amaranthus palmeri), an aggressive pigweed species similar in appearance to waterhemp, has been positively identified for the first time in North Dakota in McIntosh County. More...

News

Drain 87 bypass

The gravel road by the airport is going to be used as a bypass for Highway 17 while a new box culvert is being installed over the next couple of weeks. It is a Department of Transportation approved gravel road with 8” of gravel on it.   More...

3,134 citations issued during Click it or Ticket enforcement campaign

Law enforcement agencies across the state participated in the Click It or Ticket enforcement campaign from July 1, 2018 through Aug. 12, 2018 to help save lives on North Dakota roads.  More...

WWI Centennial Commemoration events scheduled across North Dakota

The centennial celebration of the end of WWI is fast approaching. There will be major events across the state beginning the end of September and seminars will be sponsored in major cities across the state. More...

Happenings

Walsh County burn ban still in effect

Walsh County has implemented a fire ban on all open burning until further notice. Although there was some much needed rain, it is not enough to lift the burn ban. Hold all burning until conditions improve and the burn ban is lifted. More...

Corn maze to open

Grafton Parks and Recreation will open their first annual Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch on Saturday, Sept. 8. Every weekend there will be different food vendors, activities for children and events for adults. More...

Quilt bingo to be held for Camp Good Mourning

Altru Health System will hold its seventh annual Quilt Bingo at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 16 at Grafton High School in the middle school gym. More...

Opinion

Tariffs on newspapers

RECORD EDITORIAL

Stop Tariffs on Printers & Publishers (STOPP), a coalition of printers, publishers, retailers, paper suppliers and distributors, welcomed the U.S. More...

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Turning back the clock

60 years  Mayor Bill Offutt of Grafton warned the parents to be extra careful with their children while there was heavy construction in town. More...

Sports

Spoilers, Titans hit the net for close matchup

Grafton battles for a Region 2 comeback in Edinburg

The Grafton Spoilers traveled to Edinburg last Thursday to take on the Drayton-Valley-Edinburg (D-V-E) Titans in what became a hotly contested Region 2 battle.  After trailing 2-0, the Spoilers became the comeback kids and won the next three set More...

Grafton runners get 2018 season started

Girls take sixth, boys seventh

The Grafton Spoilers cross country teams traveled to Hatton last Thursday to compete in their first meet of the 2018 season.  The girls team finished in sixth place with 251 points. More...

Spoilers struggle against Deacons on the road

Grafton held scoreless in second game of 2018

The Grafton Spoilers traveled to Fargo last Friday to take on the Fargo Shanley Deacons in a Class AA matchup. The Spoilers were held scoreless and sent home with a tough 49-0 loss.  More...