August 2, 2017 RSS feed / News

State sentencing changes burdensome to counties

Booster seats required for short teens

GRAFTON – Changes are coming soon for a defense lawyer near you. Several North Dakota laws and penalties will be updated Aug. 1 and below are a few of them.  Car booster seats  More...

I solemny swear

Grafton Police Chief Tony Dumas, left, welcomes Deputy Chief Brian Erovick to the Grafton Police Department after a swearing in ceremony held at the Walsh County Law Enforcement Center July 13. More...

RRRC has funds allocated to help businesses

Applications for gap financing available

For profit businesses with a need for additional financing to complete a capital project, invest in property or equipment, or to shore up their working capital should contact Red River Regional Council (RRRC).  More...

County Court Report

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Life is golden

Grant Skibicki tests harvest conditions three miles northwest of Fordville Tuesday. He reports dry weather has diminished the overall yield on this sample of wheat, however, field conditions are favorable.   More...

Mobile home destroyed in early morning fire

Dwelling deemed unlivable

Minto Volunteer Fire Department (MVFD) responded to a fire call at 2:30 a.m. Friday at 359 Northridge Road in Minto.  According to Walsh County Sheriff Ron Jurgens the mobile home’s occupants were not home at the time of the fire. More...

Conservation Corner

Planting Green  More...

County Court Report

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The return of Adam Days

Jake Sanders, left, and McKenna Cole jump in the bouncy house during the Adams Days celebration. More...

Bike safety stop

A bicycle safety and inspection event was held Friday at Marvin Windows and Doors in Grafton. Members of the Grafton Police Department, along with Marvin Safety Committee members, gave away free drinks and had a drawing to give away bike helmets. More...

Dakota Datebook

DAKOTA DATEBOOK: St. Stanislaus Church — The National Historic Preservation Act was created to help preserve diverse archaeological and architectural treasures of America. More...

Langdon crash victim dies

Bjerkness preliminary hearing set

North Dakota Highway Patrol reported that Michael Kubal of Langdon died last Tuesday as a result of injuries suffered in a crash Tuesday, July 18 on Highway 81 a half mile south of Highway 17 in Grafton.  More...

City Court Report

JUNE 2017 FORFEITURES  No driver’s license, $20: Chi Thien Tran, Grafton; Matthew Alanis, Grafton; Samantha Holguin, Grafton.  Failure to display current tabs, $20: Craig Houska, Grafton.  Disregarded stop sign/light, $20: Edwin More...

Zachary Peterson to begin physical therapy clinicals

Zachary Peterson of Grafton, a UND School of Medicine and Health Sciences student, will begin the clinical studies portion of his journey to become a doctor of physical therapy on Aug. 14. More...

City Court Report

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Ultimate Gym conducting school supply drive

The Ultimate Gym in Grafton is asking for help from local residents with a back-toschool school supply drive now through Friday, Aug. More...

Watch out, it could be a trap

A group of poults follows their mother hen on a walk across Fair Oaks Golf Course Sunday afternoon.   More...