December 5, 2018 RSS feed / News

Chamber welcome

Grafton Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors welcome Shakti Moon to the Grafton business community Friday, Nov. 23. Front, from left, are owners Gabriela Lopez, Manuel “Jesse” Lopez and chamber director Shirley Burns. More...

Walsh County Book Drive successful

Editor’s note: This article was submitted by Heather Szklarski.  More...

State board recognizes local school board members

Diana Hahn and Brad Brummond, both members of Park River Area School District were recently honored by North Dakota School Board Association for their service.  More...

The Browne Report

The expense of self-defense  Well it happened again. I saw in an online discussion of selfdefense techniques for ordinary people the inevitable macho advice, “Buy a gun, learn to use it, and use it.”   More...

Restemayer pleads not guilty

Preliminary hearing set for Jan. 2

James (Jim) Russell Restemayer, 48, of Grafton was in Northeast District Court Monday along with his attorney Todd Burianek to enter a not guilty plea on the charge of misapplication of entrusted property a Class A felony.  The charge carries a More...

Foundation announces campaign chairs

Event launching mid-January

Unity Medical Center Foundation (UMCF) has named Rondee Boe- Feltman and Todd Burianek co-chairs of its capital campaign in sup- port of the upcoming $ 1 7 M expansion of Unity Medical Center.  More...

First Care Health Center employees recognized

DanielYoung and Darryl Hell, both of Park River, were recently recognized as community stars for their excellence in providing healthcare to the community.  Young is director of purchasing and respiratory therapy at First Care Health Center in P More...

Health notes

‘Tis the season to spend time with family, overindulge on all our favorite foods… and then be filled with regret hours later when we are too full to move off the couch. More...

County Court Report

OCTOBER 2018 DISPOSITIONS  Gary Allen Schultz, Minto, violation of burn ban. Defendant shall pay $500 in fees. Defendant shall serve three months unsupervised probation and violate no criminal laws.  More...

Grafton grad escapes California fire

Lost all of their household belongings

A fund has been set up at U.S. Bank for Travis French, former Grafton resident and 2005 high school graduate.  French and his wife Sierra lost their home in Paradise, California, to fires that have been ravishing the state.  More...

Suda named superintendent of the year

First female to receive honor

Grafton High School graduate Paula Suda was recently named the North Dakota Superintendent of the Year, marking the first time a female has earned such an honor. She is superintendent of Hillsboro Public Schools.  More...