May 24, 2017 RSS feed / Opinion

Food fight for thought

RECORD EDITORIAL

In the 1990s school socioeconomic discrimination resulted from brand name clothing. The rich kids had them and the poor kids didn’t.  In 2017 the stigma has transcended into the school lunch line. More...

Turning back the clock

60 years  Commencement exercises for the 1957 graduating class of Lankin High School were held at the American Legion Hall.  Diplomas were presented to seven members of the class, graduates were Genevieve Bosh, Carmen Kalal, James Trouba, G More...

Hoax or hasty presumption

Since as long as I can remember, and that is a relatively long time, I have had a fascination with the unknown.  Built into my curiosity is a taboo subject people often refer to as UFOs or Unidentified Flying Objects.  More...

Millennial Views

Dog days of summer  For many students, summer is a time to not only have fun, but reload their depleted bank accounts. Finding a job or even a first job is an important aspect of maturing and preparing oneself for the future.  More...

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Days Gone By

According to a segment that appeared in the June 7, 1951 edition of The Walsh County Record, Minto American Legion staged a Memorial Day observance at Warsaw. Shown is the firing squad of the organization taking part in ceremonies at Warsaw. More...

Around the County

Raise boys not grass  More...

Conway Columnist

Libertarians on the prowl for licensing boards   Quoting a dubious bit of research, Mark Holden, senior vice president of Koch Industries, alleged in an opinion piece sent to North Dakota newspapers last year that repeal of occupational licenses More...