September 28, 2016 RSS feed / News

Meeting Thursday may reopen Collette Fitness Center

Senator Campbell optimistic for positive outcome

Grafton’s Collette Fitness Center (CFC) at Life Skills and Transition Center (LSTC) may reopen as soon as Monday according to Senator Tom Campbell.  “I think it looks pretty positive if all goes well on Thursday,” said Campbell More...

Governor candidates to debate in Bismarck

Candidates for governor of North Dakota will be asked to roll up their sleeves and leave their ties at home when they participate in an Oct. 3 debate sponsored by North Dakota Newspaper Association.  More...

NDDHS postpones developmental disabilities provider payment changes

Good news for local community providers, Catholic Health Services (CHI) Freindship Inc. and REM North Dakota. More...

Sunny thoughts from Sunset

Hello from Sunset. . .  We had a different start to our week on Monday with inspirational singer Bob Balyeat here performing. It was a good way to start the week and we didn’t mind missing fitness club for it. More...

PLOTS regulations

Reminders for non-residents

Out-of-state hunters are reminded that state law does not allow non-residents to hunt on North Dakota Game and Fish Department owned or managed lands during the first week of pheasant season.  More...

Kids and Kops held in Leistikow Park

Grafton Police Sergeant Alex Droske helps Hudson LaTraille shoot an arrow Thursday at the Kids and Kops event at Leistikow Park in Grafton. More...

Cracking nuts

An American red squirrel on Western Avenue in Grafton was busy cracking, then hiding Ohio Buckeye nuts for food for the upcoming winter. The squirrel left a pile of shells while taking the inside nut for winter survival.   More...

Twice the terror

Scare Oaks 2 opens Oct. 1

Movie themes of the chilling nature come alive this Saturday at the Scare Oaks 2 Halloween adventure which will run Fridays and Saturdays in Grafton, ending Halloween night.  “This year we have ‘twice the terror’,” said c More...

Marvin Windows to host October open house

Marvin Windows and Doors of Grafton will open their doors for community tours Thursday, Oct. 6 and Friday, Oct. 7. The tours are being held in concert with Manufacturing Day, which is traditionally designated the first Friday in October.  More...

NVCTC Media Tour Day

North Valley Career and Technology Center in Grafton hosted a media tour day last Friday with presentations from Rick Ross of Valley City State University and Jarrod Nagurka, national ACTE advocate a More...