September 21, 2016 RSS feed / News

Plane relief

A bright sunset reflects off a plane spraying for mosquitos as it flies around the water tower near the Grafton High School football field during a game against Kindred on Sept. 9.   More...

County Court Report

JULY 2016 DISPOSITIONS  More...

Special assessment for Lessard Addition

Curb and gutter project moves on to city council

The Grafton Special Assessment Commission met Monday for a public hearing on the curb and gutter project being proposed for Lessard Avenue.  More...

Napoleon family prepares for D.C. trip

College student wins trip after subscribing to local newspaper

When Shaina Weigel headed off for her second year of study at University of Mary in Bismarck, she decided she wanted to take her hometown Napoleon Homestead with her.  More...

Police Blotter

Sept. 12, 9:56 a.m., report of trespass on Griggs Avenue.  Sept. 12, 11:20 a.m., report of a hit and run accident on Western Avenue. An unknown vehicle was in a collision with a 1989 Dodge owned by Joseph Beaudoin, Grafton.  Sept. More...

Schnellbach sentenced to 22 years in prison

Grafton babysitter claims innocence

Adam Lee Schnellbach, age 31, appeared in Walsh County District Court in Grafton last Thursday for sentencing before District Judge Richard Geiger. More...

Grafton mayor elected president of North Dakota League of Cities

West promoted from vice presidency

Grafton Mayor Chris West was elected Saturday as president of North Dakota League of Cities (NDLC).  “It is an honor to be elected by your peers in a great organization,” said West. More...

Clad in plaid

The Grafton stands were filled with loyal, smiling Spoiler fans clad in plaid and prepared to endure the wind and rain with bright colored parkas, umbrellas and blankets during last Friday’s football game against Hillsboro-Central Valley. More...