June 24, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Keepin’ busy for a century

Pisek resident celebrates her 100th birthday

PISEK – Nettie Greicar, Pisek, turned 100 years old on June 12 and celebrated her century of life last Sunday at St. John’s Church in Pisek. More...

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Community

Her dream. . . come true

accen’trique offers tools, trinkets and a lifetime of treasures

When an opportunity “just fell into her lap” it was a dream come true for Daphne Fallis. More...

Duerre, Goodall exchange vows on Jamaican beach

Dr. Rachel Duerre and Charles Goodall exchanged marriage vows Jan. 23, 2015, on the beach at Negril, Jamaica.  Rachel is the daughter of Joen Duerre of Grafton and the late Dr. James B. Duerre. More...

O’Toole, Johnson to exchange marriage vows

Rebecca Rose O’Toole, daughter of Brian and Sara O’Toole of Crystal, and Bradley Robert Johnson, son of Robert and Mary Johnson of Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin, are happy to announce their engagement and upcoming marriage.  More...

Obituaries

Roger G. Anderson

Bemidji, Minnesota

Roger G. Anderson, 60, of Bemidji, Minnesota, died Sunday, June 21, 2015, at his lake retreat on Leech Lake.  More...

Paul Meyer

Warren, Minnesota

Paul Meyer, 83, Warren, Minnesota, died Thursday, June 18, 2015, at the Good Samaritan Center in Warren.  Services were held Tuesday, June 23, at Zion Lutheran Church, Warren, with burial in Greenwood Cemetery, Warren. More...

Sports

Robert Montgomery Tournament

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Park River takes fifth at Kraft Field

Post 147 breaks a tie in the eighth

The Park River (PR) Pirates Post 147 American Legion baseball team l ined up to play Bemidji for fifth place in the Robert Montgomery Memorial Tournament on Sunday in Grand Forks.  The Pirates had two wins and one loss going into the final game, More...

Post 41 walks away with second

Grafton falls to Nelson County after tying in the sixth

The Grafton Spoilers made it to the championship game of the Robert Montgomery Memorial Tournament for the third cons ecutive year and were lined up against Nelson County (NC) this year.  Zak Hernandez hit an RBI double in the top of the sixth, More...

Marketplace on 8th sold for future community center

Committee forms non-profit

GRAFTON - Mike and Patricia Leighton have purchased the Marketplace on 8th building with intent to gift the building to a nonprofit organization for purposes of establishing a community center.  More...

Remembering the milk run

Grafton Milk Company truck comes home

GRAFTON – Thirty six years after Luther Williamson walked away from the Grafton Milk Company (GMC) one of the specialty Divco milk trucks finds its way back to the community it once serviced.  More...

News

Olivarez III arrested for cocaine

Bail set at $100,000

Daniel Olivarez III, 35, of Grafton was arrested last Thursday in his residence at 305 Prospect Avenue in Grafton at 9:06 a.m. on a warrant for purchasing cocaine from a confidential informant on three different occasions.  More...

Grafton Police Department’s newest officers

SummerFest will see new faces

The Grafton Police Department (GPD) has a couple of new faces that can be seen patrolling the city. More...

Three upcoming court dates

Kevin Mohagen is scheduled for a pre-trial conference on August 19. More...

Happenings

Bison/UND football game to benefit First Care

It’s been 12 years since NDSU and UND have met on the football field. On Sept. 19, they will once again be “Back in the Game” at the Fargodome. More...

Run/walk to help fund Gardar church renovation

Partcipants in the Gardar Lutheran Church 5K and 10K Run/Walk will hit the road Sunday, July 19, to help raise money for a church renovation project.  More...

History lesson to highlight children’s reading program

The Carnegie Regional Library Children’s Summer Reading program will feature a bit of history for the Wednesday afternoon activity July 1 at the library in Grafton.  Former teacher Art Shutt, who has done historical reenactments of the Civ More...

Opinion

Dad - a four letter word

RECORD EDITORIAL

" What one does and what one says is a pretty good criterion of what one is."— Rilie R. Morgan, Nov. More...

Political Cartoon

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Turning back the clock

60 years  A celebration to observe the golden jubilee anniversary of founding of the village of Fordville was held in the Fordville Community Hall. Fordville, Inkster and Forest River bands were in the parade of the recognition program.  More...

Religion

A peaceful sleep

From the Pastor’s Desk

When a person receives good sleep, it makes all the difference for a day. Often times in the stormy times of life, we cannot sleep well and that makes those storms all the more difficult because of our tiredness.  More...