September 27, 2017 RSS feed / News

From the center

For me, the resolution considered during the 2017 North Dakota legislative session to close Life Skills and Transition Center in Grafton was a little bit of déjà vu all over again ( Yogi Berra, circa 1966).  More...

Walsh County harvest in rain delay

Potato crop getting a thumbs up

Walsh County farmers are sitting on the sidelines this week waiting for a rain delay to pass that has temporarily halted progress on this year’s harvest.  Chris Bjorneby with Lone Wolf Farms in Minto reports they beat the weather delay and More...

Motorists warned to watch for deer

Peak period for accidents is October through December

Motorists are reminded to watch for deer along roadways this time of year because juvenile animals are dispersing from their home ranges.  More...

PLOTS regulations

Game and fish issues reminders for out-of-state hunters and non-residents

Out-of-state hunters are reminded that state law does not allow nonresidents to hunt on North Dakota Game and Fish Department owned or managed lands during the first week of pheasant season.  More...

Flu troopers

Receiving flu shots last Thursday at Unity Hospital are, front from left, Brody Suda and Gabby Suda. Administering the flu shots are Colleen Lykken (back left) and Denise Moe.   More...

Swenson pleads not guilty to drug offense

Park River woman charged with delivery of methadone

Rebecca Marie Swenson, age 46, from Park River appeared in Walsh County District Court Monday on a charge of possession with intent to deliver methadone, a Class A felony.  Swenson, with advice from her attorney Megan Essig, waived her right to More...

Miles and miles

Grafton brothers and postal workers Guy Demers, left, and Gene Demers were both awarded Million Mile Club awards last Thursday in Grafton. This is the first known occurrence in which two brothers at one post office have attained the coveted honor. More...