November 29, 2017 RSS feed / News

Two vehicle crash near Park River claims life

Accident on Highways 17, 32

A Walsh County veterinarian died in an accident involving a semi in Walsh County.  More...

Gunderson employee of the quarter at LSTC

Marlene Gunderson was selected as Life Skills and Transition Center (LSTC) Employee of the Quarter for July-September 2017.  More...

Ryer Stark promoted at Choice Financial

Ryer Stark was recently promoted to insurance advisor at Choice Financial.  Stark joined Choice Financial as a personal banker/credit analyst in September of 2014. Along with this role he also supervised the frontline in Grafton.  More...

County Court Report

SEPTEMBER 2017 DISPOSITIONS  More...

Suspected California gang member arrested in Park River

Various drugs found at stop

An early morning traffic stop in Park River by a Walsh County Sheriff deputy led to the arrest of Job Garcia Lopez, Jr., 34, and Natalie Upland, 45, both from Williston. More...

'Tis the season

Grafton city employees took advantage of the warm weather last week putting up Christmas decorations around town.   More...

Game and fish warn deer hunters to be aware of early ice

North Dakota’s deer gun season opened Nov. More...

Raffle rifle to be raffled again

Tibert donates rifle

A collectible Winchester rifle won in a national raffle by area resident Bill Tibert will be raffled off again, this time by Walsh County Gun Club, after Tibert donated it to the club.  More...

City Court Report

Amanda Vela, Mandan, driving under suspension. Defendant shall pay a $300 fine, $75 court administration fee and $25 victim assistance fee. More...

United Blood Services blood drive successful

Grafton Fine Arts Club has sponsored a successful blood drive. The blood drive was held in Grafton on Nov. 14. More...

Excellence award winners at Marvins

Marvin Windows and Doors recently announced the Grafton plant’s fourth quarter J. Todd Laxdal Award of Excellence winners. They are Barb Tanke, Sonya Garza and Nick Mathern.  More...

Darlene Polensky recipient of Arc award

Darlene Polensky received the award for Excellence in Self Advocacy through The Arc Upper Valley on Thursday, Nov. More...

Brummond honored for years of service

North Dakota State University Extension Service faculty and staff were honored for years of service at the NDSU Extension Service/ Research Extension Center Fall Conference in Fargo, Nov. 24-27.  More...

Lillico arrested for marijuana possession with intent to deliver

First initial appearance Dec. 18

In the early morning hours on Saturday, Nov. 25, a Walsh County deputy conducted a traffic stop in rural Walsh County. More...

Spoiler Country sunset

A blue winter sky slowly fades to pink, orange and purple as the sun set earlier this week, casting an array of colors over the Grafton football field.   More...

New standards process begins for science, health, arts, early learning

North Dakota Superintendent of Public Instruction (NDDPI) Kirsten Baesler is asking North Dakota educators to help review the state’s academic standards for each of the content areas of science, health, the arts, and early learning.  More...

Head Start seeks input at Dec. 6 meeting

A public forum will be held at Walsh County Head Start on Wednesday, Dec. 6, at 2:30 p.m., to assess preschool needs in the community.  The public is invited to attend this event hosted by Grand Forks Head Start director Tracey Johnson. More...