July 11, 2018 RSS feed / News

First quarter taxable sales and purchases

Bakken region sees most growth

Tax Commissioner Ryan Rauschenberger announced today that North Dakota’s taxable sales and purchases for the first quarter of 2018 had increased by nearly 10 percent. More...

Remembering summer nights of '78

Park River High School’s class of 1978 float was followed closely by fire and emergency vehicles during the annual Fourth of July parade down main street in Park River last week.   More...

The Browne report

Most dishonest discussion  Well, we’ve been having one of the most heated discussions on public policy I’ve seen in a while about the confinement status of illegal immigrants on our southern border. More...

PARK RIVER CELEBRATION

An unidentified man wearing a mullet wig and bandana made his way through the entire Park River parade on a Segway, fist- bumping kids along the way. More...

Darcie Einarson joins Brudvik Law Office

Local firm expands offerings

Brudvik Law Office, P.C. and Einarson Law Office, P.C. announced this week that Brudvik Law has acquired Einarson Law effective Jan. More...

Millennial Views

Go geochaching  Spending part of my summer working a job that pertains to local tourism has opened my eyes to many activities and events in the area I wouldn’t normally know about. One of these activities is geocaching. More...

Heuchert earns recertification

North Dakota School Business Manager Certification Program recently announced Cathi Heuchert has earned recertification after successfully completing 15 hours of continuing education coursework. More...

NDDOT offers tips for driver’s license services

Online services ease office bustle

North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) Driver’s License Division is experiencing a busy summer as many students are taking driving tests. More...

Extension Exchange

What’s the difference between physical activity and exercise? How much do kids need?   Throughout the school year I visited several classrooms across Walsh County. More...

Health notes

Seize the Awkward  Sometimes bringing up the conversation of mental health can be awkward. But if you’re concerned, starting a conversation can be helpful. Figuring out how to start can be awkward, but it can be life changing. More...

Beauty at dusk

The sky put on a pre-Independence Day show on the first of July before thunder rumbled through the area. Molecules and small particles in the atmosphere change the direction of light rays, causing them to scatter and result in colorful sunsets. More...

County Court Report

APRIL 2018 DISPOSITIONS  More...

County Court Report

MAY 2018 DISPOSITIONS  Krystyna Marie Essen, Farmington, Minnesota, forgeryutters or possess counterfeit. Defendant shall pay $725 in fees. More...

Annual school supply drive in Walsh County

C&M Ford holds second annual drive

Many students cannot afford school supplies necessary to succeed at school. To address this need, C&M Ford, Hallock, Minnesota, is holding its second annual school supply drive in six area Minnesota and North Dakota communities, including St. More...

Tree over par

One of the many fallen trees at Fair Oaks Golf Course is being cut to clear the course and make it usable again after yet another thunderstorm accompanied by strong winds hit the area early last Friday morning.   More...