October 17, 2018 RSS feed / News

Vrooman trial set for February

Five to 10 witnesses to testify

The class AA felony case of Jeremy Vrooman, 34, of Edinburg continues to unfold but all indications point to a week long jury trial early in 2019.  Vrooman appeared with his attorney Kyle Markwardt in Northeast District Court, Thursday, Oct. More...

Rendezvous Region tourism council to launch website

Membership drive is underway

Rendezvous Region Tourism Council (RRTC) is composed of 15 regional leaders from Cavalier, Pembina and Walsh counties. More...

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Drayton’s blood drive brings in 30 volunteers

Drayton High School Student Council hosted a blood drive with Vitalant, formerly United Blood Services, on Sept. 26, at Tisdale Manor which helped collect a total of 29 units of blood for patients in need.  More...

Marvin recognizes employees

Four Marvin Windows and Doors employees recently celebrated 20 years of service. Pictured at left are, David Staples and Linda Nord and right are Chad Bjorneby and Chad Satterlund. More...

New pretrial dates set in Benavidez case

Four felony charges dismissed

A pretrial conference for Guadalupe Benavidez, Jr., was rescheduled forWednesday, Oct. 31, at 1:30 p.m.  According to Walsh County State’s Attorney Kelley Cole the new pretrial date was made Oct. More...

Millennial Views

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Hoople’s blood drive has 11 volunteers

First Lutheran Church hosted a blood drive with Vitalant, formerly United Blood Services, on Sept. 28, which helped collect a total of 14 units of blood for patients in need.  More...

North Dakota voting requirements reviewed

North Dakota Century Code requires identification to vote in state elections.  Identification must include the voter’s name, current North Dakota residential address and date of birth.  More...

County Court Report

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