October 3, 2018 RSS feed / News

Beets are king in northern valley

Harvest numbers positive

During a harvest season that has been marked by low commodity prices and lower yields, the northern valley sugarbeet crop is coming in above projections.  “Considering the reduced rain levels, the yields of this year’s sugarbeet cro More...

County increases number of mills levied

Mill valuation increases slightly

COUNTY—Walsh County Commission (WCC) approved its 2019 budget on Monday. The county budgeted to cut its overall expenses, but increased the number of mills it’s going to levy by five.  More...

Van rolls on I-29 Sunday afternoon

Two injured in accident

North Dakota Highway Patrol was called to a single vehicle accident on Sunday, Sept. More...

Health notes

Arthritis  More...

Multitude of color

Visitors at the Grafton High School football field last Thursday night were treated with a beautiful sunset. More...

Dollar General coming up

Contruction companies are busy working lay cement and putting up the shell of the Dollar General store that will be located on Highway 17 in Grafton.   More...

Hay bales need to be removed

All hay bales on North Dakota highway rights of way, must be removed by Thursday, Nov. 1. Hay bales remaining on rights of way after Nov. 1, will be removed as directed by the District Engineer. More...

Tristan pleads guilty to meth charges

Sentenced to five years in jail

Anthony Tristan, 27, Grafton, plead guilty to conspiracy to deliver methamphetamine, a controlled substance, Monday in Northeast District Court, with Judge BarbaraWhelan presiding.  More...

Come ride along

Grafton Parks and Recreation's Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch continues to be a popular family-friendly draw Saturday and Sundays west of Leistikow Park. The event will continue through Oct. 14.   More...

Gourmet Gardener

Many of you are cleaning up your gardens and bringing in remaining crops, perhaps carrots, onions, potatoes, turnips, squash and pumpkins. More...

Millennial Views

Unemployment  More...

County Court Report

AUGUST 2018 DISPOSTIONS  Brandi Lynn Wilson, Grafton, issuing check or draft without sufficient funds or credit-$100-$500. Defendant shall pay $780.40 in fees. More...

GRAFTON PARKS AND RECREATION CORN MAIZE

The Hess family wandered through the corn maze to find all the hidden monsters within. Hess family are from left, dad Allen, El'ee, mom Shaina and Chase. More...