October 4, 2017 RSS feed / Opinion

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Days Gone By

In October of 1977, this two-revolution cylinder press was moved from The Grafton Record pressroom to Heritage Village in Grafton where it was donated to be displayed in the printing building. More...

The public service of local reporting

“Local newspapers seek out truth and justice by holding all of us accountable and opening our eyes, and in a free society, that’s something we should all stand by.”  More...

Conway Columnist

Expanding democracy hasn’t helped much   American history reflects an unrelenting movement toward more and more democracy, apparently with the goal of producing a government that would become more and more representative of the aspirations More...

Imagine a day without local news

RECORD EDITORIAL

The world is changing incredibly fast, and still North Dakota newspapers remain strong because they provide information that improves the life of the communities they serve.  Imagine you go to pick up your hometown newspaper and it isn’t o More...

Turning back the clock

60 years  Homer’s Super Valu sold five 14-ounce bottles of Libby’s catsup for $1.00, a one-pound package of sliced bacon for $0.69, two 12-ounce packages of Hydrox cookies for $0.69 and a package of Mr. More...

From the sidelines

This year while covering high school football games I must admit I feel a bit nostalgic.  More...

Millennial Views

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