April 19, 2017 RSS feed / Opinion

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Days Gone By

Part-time employees who appeared in Getz Rexall Drug’s advertisement printed on the pages of The Walsh County Record in December of 1971, are, from left, Sherry Gillquist, Julie Desautel, Betsy Lessard, Carol Biri and Nancy Hutson. More...

Around the County

The pluses and minuses of soil applied herbicides   More...

North Dakota Legislature

Parking meter ban survives   Rest easy, Howard Henry. Your legacy is safe.  North Dakota will remain the only state that bans parking meters on public streets. More...

Big brother's child-heroes

RECORD EDITORIAL

Big Brother is a fictional character and symbol in George Orwell’s novel “1984.” He is ostensibly the leader (most likely a symbolic figurehead) of Oceania, a totalitarian state wherein the ruling party wields total power “for More...

Turning back the clock

60 years  Officers of Post 41 of the American Legion in Grafton were at the Legion auditorium to assist veterans of the Korean war in making preparations for applying for the state bonus.  More...

Good vibrations

This past week was one of deeper thoughts of life, resurrection of death and miracles of the unknown.  While commercialization of the Christian religion’s devout holiday distracts philosophy with colorful eggs, soft furry bunnies and pound More...

Conway Columnist

Homeland group plans main street initiative   “Have you heard?” shouted Orville Jordan as he swept through the community hall door for the annual spring planting conference of the Homeland Security Committee.   More...