February 13, 2019 RSS feed / News

Postal service asks customers to help keep carriers safe by removing snow, ice

Watch for slow-moving delivery vehicles

United States Postal Service carriers will be working long and hard this winter season to provide the best service possible. More...

Hoople’s blood drive brings in 20 volunteers

First Lutheran Church hosted a blood drive with Vitalant, formerly United Blood Services, on Jan. 25 which helped collect a total of 18 units of blood for patients in need.  More...

St. Thomas, Grafton schools to discuss reorganization

Consultant Jeff Lind to oversee plan

GRAFTON—School Board President Donald Suda appointed Jenn Thompson and Sharon Lipsh to the reorganization committee as Grafton School District No. 3 enters talks with St. Thomas School District No. More...

County Court Report

Evan Wayne Otto, Minto, duty upon striking highway fixtures or other property. Defendant shall pay $825 in fines, restitution and fees. More...

25th ANNUAL TOMS LOUNGE BONSPIEL

Team Sip N' Slip won the Tom's Lounge Bonspiel for their fourth win in five years last Sunday. Competitors are, from left, Austin Moffet, Tina Sitzer, Thomas Sitzer and Grady Eastman. More...

Winter or summer

The cold weather didn’t bother Rebecca Kjelland as she sported sandals while running errands Wednesday afternoon in Grafton. The temperature was 2 degrees below zero with a real feel of -23, but Kjelland says she’s just always warm. More...

Correction:

In a story distributed last week by the North Dakota Newspaper Association and published in this newspaper, Jeremy L. Laducer was erroneously included in a list of felons serving on the Belcourt School Board. A U.S. More...

Applications being accepted for governor’s band/orchestra program, choral program

Gov. Doug Burgum is encouraging school, community and church bands and choirs across North Dakota to apply to serve as the Governor’s Official State Band/Orchestra Program and Choral Program for 2019.  More...

Digging out

Donald Timian shovels and snow blows his way through a snowdrift all the way up to the roof of Lutheran Sunset Home in Grafton. The drift completely covered some of the windows. More...