August 16, 2017 RSS feed / Community

Plugging in to the past

Two women started with Bell in 1940

Former Northwestern Bell Telephone operators who worked in the Grafton office get together each month to reminisce and just keep in touch. More...

Grafton couple to celebrate 50th anniversary Aug. 26

Ron and Diane Kleven of Grafton will observe their 50th wedding anniversary at an open house in their honor on Saturday, Aug. 26.  More...

Anniversaries

August 17  Steve and Rachel Fisher, Grafton  August 18  Dustin and Jamie Czapiewski, Fargo  August 20  Pete and Leah Klingbeil, Langdon  August 21  Paul and Brittney Dusek Brent and Jen Burns, Fargo   More...

Four Generations

Four generations of Dvoraks were snapped in this picture taken in Waunakee, Wisconsin, while visiting at the Burns home. More...

Goings on at the Good Sam

Thank you to the many people and businesses for the donations and volunteers that made our garden party such a success! Special thanks to Lara Carlson for all her organizing of the event! We made a dent in the money needed for our flooring project. More...

Minto classes of 1974-75 reunite

Minto High School classes of 1974 and 1975 held a combined 42nd and 43rd class reunion July 29. More...

Sunny news from Sunset

July 7-12  Monday morning fitness got the week started right. After lunch we played Money Monday Bingo with big wins for many. In the evening we did a craft winding colored cord around a bottle to make a lovely vase.  More...

Birthdays

Send name, address and date of birthday to The Walsh County Record, 402 Hill Ave., Grafton, ND 58237 or e-mail them to suem@wcrecord.com. Please, no phone calls. Deadline is Monday noon. More...

GHS class of 1997

Members of Grafton High School class of 1997 together for a class reunion during Grafton’s SummerFest celebration in June are, front from left, Tom Severson, Aaron Kliniske, Matt Mattson, Heather (Wiesen) McMillian, Erik Watson, Michael Presten More...

Dabble with Dell

I came across a recipe in an old cookbook dated in the early 1900s. It was a recipe for rhubarb nut bread. It is hard to believe that rhubarb goes back so far. This recipe seemed like a good one, with lots of rhubarb in it. More...