June 28, 2017 RSS feed / News

Grafton SummerFest produced many winners

Record set for number of volleyball teams

Grafton Chamber of Commerce wrapped up the 2017 SummerFest weekend with a plethora of happy winners. While the weather was cool, competition was hot. More...

Spears pleads not guilty

Grafton mother faces felony charges

Alyssa Dalynne Spears, age 39, was arrested April 7 and charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, a Class A felony, endangerment of a child, a Class C felony and driving while license privilege is suspended/revoked, a More...

Fordville park now tobacco free

Walsh County Health District recently announced Fordville Park Board has decided to adopt the North Dakota Center for Tobacco Prevention and Control Policy’s recommended Parks and Recreational Facilities Tobacco-Free Policy.  More...

Ribfest performance

Grafton’s Middle School's summer band, under the direction of Amanda Smallbeck, prepares to entertain Friday night RibFest goers outside of Strand Theatre while guests taste the different rib options.   More...

Millennial Views

Friends and phones  More...

County Court Report

MAY 2017 FORFEITURES  Operator failed to wear seat belt-Linda Ann Burnett, Todd Drene Burns, Kim Eugene Close, Derek Gene Corneille, Dean Michael Feil, Richard Duane Langowski, Nicholas Hugh Lundquist, Jeffrey Donald Mercil, Corey John Reilly, B More...

Torres uses Alford Plea in sexual abuse charges

Disposition contingent upon evaluations

Grafton resident Martin Bustamante Torres, age 52, appeared in Walsh County District Court Friday for a change of plea hearing in front of judge Richard Geiger.  More...

Sunny news from Sunset

Monday we kicked off the week with fitness club. In the afternoon we played Money Monday Bingo keeping the activity girls on the run delivering our tokens. In the evening we made rhubarb ice cream for the next day’s festivities.  More...

A snapshot of some events throughout Grafton

New this year to SummerFest was a salsafest competition. Despite the cold wind and rain, there was a good turnout. More...