October 25, 2017 RSS feed / Opinion

Keep the library a Carnegie Library

RECORD EDITORIAL

An article in the Oct. 4 issue of The Walsh County Record spurred some concern with the Carnegie Regional Library board and the general public. On Sept. 27 a special city council meeting was held regarding the armory and library. More...

Turning back the clock

60 years  A record number of entries was expected when the Walsh County Fair and State Potato Show opened in Park River for a four-day run, according to Robert W. Amstrup, Walsh County Extension Agent.  More...

Looking at testing voter intelligence

“Meeting will come to order,” announced Susan B. Olson, chair of the Western League of Women Voters and now chair of the ad hoc Ultimate Blue Ribbon Committee on Remedying Ignorant Voting on Measures. More...

Conservation Corner

The deadline for the next batching period of the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) is Nov. 17, 2017. More...

Millennial Views

Have Americans lost their moral compass   More...

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Days Gone By

This undated Record file photo was found among other photographs in the Hoople Community Improvement file. No information was found with the picture. More...

No to hog operation

A factory hog operation has been proposed less than one mile from the Devils Lake shore. Yearly, this facility would house over 100,000 pigs and produce over 3.5 million gallons of waste! More...

Library needs to stay put

I am writing to you today on behalf of our library and the community it serves.  Our library, the Carnegie Regional Library, provides residents of the City of Grafton, Walsh County and Nelson County with a wide range of books; fiction, nonfictio More...