April 18, 2018 RSS feed / News

Blessing bags

Spirits United Aktion Club made blessing bags to be distributed to the Northland Rescue Mission and Grafton Public School. More...

County Court Report

FEBRUARY 2018 DISPOSITIONS  More...

DOT addresses dangerous intersection outside Park River

Mayor Stenvold shares letter from Grand Forks district

Mayor Dan Stenvold recently received a letter from North Dakota Department of Transportation Grand Forks District Engineer Les Noehre about the junction of ND 32 and ND 17. More...

Extension Exchange

Priceless Volunteers  “Volunteers are not paid – not because they are worthless, but because they are priceless. More...

ND Medicare beneficiaries at risk from card scams

As the federal government undertakes a major initiative to issue new identification cards to 126,000 Medicare beneficiaries in North Dakota, a new AARP survey finds a majority of those enrollees are at risk of being victimized by fraud schemes.  More...

County Court Report

MARCH 2018 FORFEITURES  Commercial motor vehicle violations-Steffen Funk, Alexander Sawadsky and Corny Thiessen.  Defective brakes or no safety chains on trailer-James J. More...

Potential housing rehabilitation project seeking Minto applicants

In partnership with the City of Minto and Walsh County Job Development Authority, Red River Regional Council (RRRC) is currently seeking interested homeowners for a potential housing rehabilitation project for owner-occupied homes within city limits More...

P.E.O. Chapter X’s blood drive brings in 53 volunteers

P.E.O. North Dakota X hosted a blood drive with United Blood Services (UBS) on April 2 at the Grafton Armory which helped collect a total of 49 units of blood for patients in need.  More...

Community involvement growing for fall festival

Park board raises the bar for local events

The parks and recreation board met last week with board president Brad Burianek, vice president Scott Hills and members Cory Burns and Ryer Stark in attendance. More...

Grafton man accepts charges for dealing meth

Mercil pleads guilty to class B felony

Jeffrey Mercil, 31, of Grafton, appeared in Walsh County District Court on Tuesday with his attorney to plead guilty to delivery of methamphetamine, a class B felony. More...

Health notes

Alcohol Awareness Month  More...

In the sticks

A bright orange sunset radiates over a 1959 Ford Fairlane buried deep in the sticks about seven miles south of Grafton. More...

'You're killing me, smalls'

Bremer Bank’s Trina Papenfuss, right, helps Mason Eng, center, pick out a tasty treat with his grandma Becky Mathiason looking over during a free showing of ‘Sandlot’ at Strand Theatres last Wednesday.   More...

GRAFTON HIGH SCHOOL presents ENCHANTED FOREST

LEFT: Grafton junior's Matt Suda, left, and Carter Lopez put on quite the show during the second walk-through last Saturday. More...