June 6, 2018 RSS feed / News

More recreation coming to Homme Dam

Board revises camping rules, extends maximum stay

Walsh County Park Board met Monday at Homme Dam with Corey Dalzell, Sharon Lipsh, Heather Pich, AK Moe, and Rodney Dearinger, as well as commissioners Lawrence Burianek, Karen Anderson, Luther Meberg, Ernie Barta and Lauren Wild in attendance.  More...

Voting to be held at Walsh County Farmers Room

Polling hours for the June 12 primary election are from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. in the Farmers Room at Walsh County Courthouse. More...

New venues for alcohol sale approved by committees

Police department cracks down on semi traffic

City committees met Monday night, with Mayor Chris West, Chris Lipsh, Mary Stark, Dave Fellman, Shane Mohn, Don Hutson, GregYoung and Phil Ray present. Brian Sieben was absent.  More...

Warm weather brings tick season

NDDoH gives advice on preventing illness

As the weather gets warmer, ticks and the diseases they carry become a concern for North Dakota residents. North Dakota Department of Health (NDDoH) encourages people to take precautions against tick bites when outdoors.  More...

United Blood Services drive brings in 65 volunteers

Marvin Windows hosted a blood drive with United Blood Services on May 24 which helped collect a total of 56 units of blood for patients in need.  More...

County Court Report

MARCH 2018 DISPOSITIONS  Steven Dishner, Park River, possession of certain materials prohibited. Defendant shall serve five years in Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation with five years suspended. More...

Landspout or tornado?

Louis Kadlec, Pisek, caught this landspout touchdown last Wednesday evening near Pisek. Storms started rolling through Walsh County around 6 p.m. and moved south. More...

Dueling wings

Two robins swept at each other as they fought over sticks and other items in the grass at Hillcrest Golf Club last month in Park River. Typically male robins fight to defend territory. They can fight with their beaks, wings or feet.   More...

County Court Report

MARCH 2018 DISPOSITIONS  Steven Dishner, Park River, possession of certain materials prohibited. Defendant shall serve five years in Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation with five years suspended. More...

Morgan Printing tour

A group of kids from Valley-Edinburg smile at the camera after touring the Morgan Printing and Walsh County Record offices last month during press day. More...

Golden snack

A couple of goldfinches landed on this bird feeder for a snack while a third waited its turn on a branch in the back. Goldfinches are easily attracted to bird feeders all year by supplying thistle or hulled sunflower seed for them to eat.   More...