November 9, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

Landlord utility responsibility a hot topic

Water department receives award

GRAFTON – Grafton Ways and Means Committee (WMC) gathered at city hall Monday for their regularly scheduled meeting. More...

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Community

J-Mart holiday tradition

Pisek grocery store has stocked Christmas treats since 1946

Francis and Dominic Jelinek continue to carry on a J-Mart holiday tradition that began in 1946 when their parents were proprietors of the small grocery store. More...

Marvin employees support local charities

Marvin Windows and Doors “Scare Squad” (special events committee) organized fundraising events during the month of October to support two local charities.  More...

Sunny thoughts from Sunset

Week of Oct. 31-Nov. 5  More...

Obituaries

Dale St. Claire, Jr.

Minot

Dale St. Claire, Jr., 31 of Minot and formerly of Grafton, died Monday, Nov. 7, 2016, at his home.  Services will be held Monday, Nov. 14, at 10:30 a.m., at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church of Grafton. More...

Joseph Bosh

Lakota

Joseph A. Bosh, 88, Lakota, died Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2016, at Altru Hospital in Grand Forks, with his wife and children at his side.  More...

Lorraine ‘Lola’ Sundin

Fargo

Lorraine “Lola” Sundin, 79, Fargo, died Sunday, Oct. 30, 2016, at Sanford Hospital.  Services were held Saturday, Nov. 5, at Boulger Funeral Home in Fargo.  More...

School

A wild adventure with ‘Oliver!’

Far Off Broadway musical Nov. 17-19

Grafton High School’s Far Off Broadway cast and crew wants you to “consider yourself” at home when they present Lionel Bart’s classic musical, “Oliver!” Thursday through Saturday, Nov. 17-19. More...

DeLaCruz, Malone GHS students of the month

Grafton High School is recognizing two students as Spoilers of the Month for October.  Bianca DeLaCruz and Amiya Malone were chosen for showing outstanding attitude, kindness and dedication. DeLaCruz is a junior and Malone is a sophomore.   More...

Gold Medal winners

Each week, Grafton Middle School’s Gold Medal Award program recognizes amazing students for academic achievement, as well as outstanding behavior and acts of kindness to others. More...

Religion

Goings on at the Good Sam

Well, the clocks have been turned back and that is just one of many signs of the fast moving year! We had a salsa contest and Jeff Frovarp was our first place winner! More...

Bringing hope and healing

Christian faith a tool for counselor David Scott

David Scott is using his Christian faith to bring hope and healing to people living in the Grafton area. More...

From the Pastor’s Desk

Cubs win and so did  _________?  The Cubs just won the World Series as I write this. More...

Election attracts many past non-voters

Commissioner race may demand recount

COUNTY - Walsh County voters came out in droves Tuesday to the Walsh County Courthouse to vote for their favorite candidates and on state measures. Out of 8,487 eligible voters, 4,771 ballots were cast. More...

Minto hockey rink gets city support

Future lagoon issues discussed

MINTO – Minto Hockey moms scored some financial assistance from the city for needed upgrades to improve the base of the outdoor hockey rink.  More...

2016 General Election Results

Walsh County Tuesday's unofficial results

Nation Darrell Castle and Scott Bradley (C) . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine (D) . . . . . . . . . . . . .1166 Rocky De La Fuente and Michael Steinberg (A) . . . . 1 Gary John and William Weld (L) . . . . More...

News

Angels walk among us

Russell Carignan, fourth from left, chairman of the Grafton Community Endowment Foundation, presents board members of the Angel of Hope Memorial project with a donation of $2,000. More...

Fleming pleads guilty to selling methamphetamine

Class AA felonies net prison time

Coral Marie Fleming was arrested Oct. 4 at her residence of 1443 Fernwood Drive in Grafton on a total of nine drug charges after selling to an undercover police informant.  More...

Zejdlik sentenced in child porn case

Grafton man to serve two years at state penitentiary

Jeremy James Zejdlik, 42, appeared in Walsh County court Thursday in Grafton for his sentencing hearing. More...

Happenings

Spaced out at story hour

Story lady has been known to be a bit “spacey” at times, but for Pembina County Story Hour in November, it will be on purpose!  More...

Dates announced for 'Feed My Starving Children' food pack

The “Feed My Starving Children” food-packing program for nine northeastern North Dakota counties has been set for March 30-April 2, according to volunteer co-chairs Jodie and Bruce Storhaug of Grand Forks. More...

Community Thanksgiving meal to be served in Park River

Park River Ministerium and local church families will be working together to meet the needs of members of their community during the Thanksgiving season.  On Thanksgiving Day, community members will serve a turkey dinner for anyone who would lik More...

Opinion

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Get away from it all

RECORD EDITORIAL

It has been said that North Dakota workers are in high demand. More...

Turning back the clock

60 years  The Junior Red Cross, a program in which most of the rural schools of Walsh participated, was 40 years old and was marking the event through the country, according to A.G. More...

Sports

Aggies battle Titans to move ahead

D-V-E fights to stay close in tense match

The number two Park River- Fordville-Lankin (PR-F-L) Aggies lined up against the number three Drayton- Valley-Edinburg (D-V-E) Titans in a Super Region 2 semifinal match, both hoping for a spot in the championship game against Finley-Sharon-Hope-Page More...

Lady Spoilers end season with loss to Cougars

Grafton comes close to forcing fourth game

The Grafton Spoilers volleyball team traveled to Griggs County last Friday to compete against the Griggs County Central (GCC) Cougars in a regional play-in match. More...

Mustangs fall short to Tommies

Volleyball season ends for M-M

The number 13 Midway- Minto (M-M) Mustangs trave led to Thompson last Friday for a Super Region 2 play-in match against the number four Tommies.  The Mustangs battled throughout three games but were unable to keep up with Thompson, resulting in More...