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November 22, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

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Community

P.E.O. Chapter Q Tour of Homes Beautiful and unique

Owners open their doors to guests Saturday, Dec. 2

P.E.O. Chapter Q of Park River will host their ninth annual Tour of Homes in conjunction with Super Santa Saturday on Saturday, Dec. 2.  More...

True joy of Christmas

Bethel Kids Club pack Christmas Shoeboxes

Children who attend Bethel Free Lutheran Church Kids Club are learning the true joy of Christmas - that it is better to give than receive. More...

Dabble with Dell

Chicken hot dishes and chicken salads are a favorite of mine. I hope you like them as well and will see for yourself how good they are. Using any turkey or chicken that has been cooked is great. The leftover turkey in this hot dish is really good. More...

Obituaries

Robert ‘Bob’ Schardin

Grafton

Robert “Bob” Schardin, 72, Grafton, died Friday, Nov. 17, 2017, at Unity Medical Center of Grafton.  More...

Alice Eide

Auburn

Alice Eide, 78, Auburn, died Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017, at Altru Hospital of Grand Forks.  Services were held today, Wednesday, Nov. 22, at Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church in Grafton, with burial in St. Thomas City Cemetery, St. Thomas. More...

Janice Pitcher

Walhalla

Janice Pitcher, 68, Walhalla, died Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017, at her home.  Services were held Monday, Nov. 20, at Walhalla Lutheran Church in Walhalla.  More...

Sports

G-PR hits the ice in home opener

Jamestown takes the win after two open net goals

The Grafton-Park River (G-PR) Spoilers hockey team took on the West Region Jamestown Blue Jays in their home opener on Tuesday at Grafton Centennial Center for the first time since the remodel.   More...

Robideaux returns to lead Spoilers

2017-18 head coach takes time for Q & A

Scott Robideaux, Ultimate Gym owner and former Grafton- Park River (G-PR) hockey coach, will lead the Spoilers onto the ice once again for the 2017-18 hockey season.   Q: What years did you coach hockey in the past?  More...

Grafton open bonspiel

First event winners of Grafton's open bonspiel last weekend are, from left, Tom Holt, Luke Holt, Julie Smith and Brian Midgarden. Not pictured: Darrin Holt. More...

“A very humbling way to honor them”

Korean War vet comes face to face with statues of men he battled beside decades ago

GRAFTON – The month of November was a powerful one for Korean War veteran Donald Young of Grafton. On Nov. More...

Governor brings Main Street Initiative message to Grafton

Burgum looking for next generation leaders on his tour of small towns

GRAFTON – The North Dakota Governor’s signature Main Street Initiative train made a stop in Grafton on Monday. More...

News

Plaques at Unity Medical Center honor Omotundes

Combined for 50 years of service

A memorial dedication was held on Wednesday. Nov. 13., at Unity Medical Center (UMC) for Dr. O.S. Omotunde and Dr. Joshua Omotunde. Dr. O.S. Omotunde’s wife Esther and Dr. More...

Traffic, alcohol saturation planned for northeastern North Dakota

North Dakota Highway Patrol (NDHP) in cooperation with sheriffs’ departments from Walsh, Pembina, Grand Forks, Nelson, Ramsey, Benson, Trail and Pierce counties will be conducting a traffic and alcohol saturation today Wednesday, Nov. 22.  More...

County Court Report

SEPTEMBER 2017 DISPOSITIONS   More...

Happenings

Historic Elmwood Tour to feature five homes

The annual Historic Elmwood Christmas Tour of Homes is Saturday, Dec. 2, from 4-7 p.m.  More...

Drayton’s Old Fashioned Christmas to run entire week

Drayton’s 30th annual Old Fashioned Christmas event runs the full week of Dec. More...

Bake sale at Our Saviour’s

A Christmas bake sale will be held Saturday, Dec. 2, at Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church in Grafton, from 9 to 11 a.m.  Caramel rolls and coffee will be served in the church basement during the hours of the bake sale. More...

Opinion

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Still waiting on medical marijuana

RECORD EDITORIAL

How long do residents of North Dakota have to wait for something that was overwhelmingly passed by 64 percent of the voters.  More...

Turning back the clock

60 years  A pancake supper was served at the hot lunch room of the Central School by members of the Grafton High School football team. The boys were assisted in serving by members of the Grafton Quarterbacks Club.  More...

School

Ability, not disability

Grafton students gain insight into what can’t be seen

Pre-K through high school students enrolled in the Grafton School District gained insight into what can’t be seen last week. More...

Lions Club to provide free eye screenings at Midway School

The North Dakota Lions Foundation’s Sight 4 KIDZ project provides free vision screenings to assure that no child suffers with an undetected vision disability.  More...

School Calendar

Thursday, Nov. 23  Thanksgiving, no school at all area schools.  Friday, Nov. 24  Thanksgiving vacation, no school at all area schools.  Tuesday, Nov. 28  Drayton School Fall High School Concert, 7 p.m.   More...

Religion

Renewal of Christian faith

Ultreya to be held Dec. 3 at Sacred Heart in Minto

Ultreya, a special event associated with Cursillo retreats, will be held Sunday, Dec. 3, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Minto. The purpose of Ultreya and Cursillo is to renew and deepen Christian faith.  More...

From the Pastor’s Desk

The sports obsession  More...

Sunny news from Sunset

Monday started off with fitness club, then we packed the house for Money Monday Bingo in the afternoon. In the evening we played card bingo.  More...