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Tots take time to do some 'good'

Grafton daycare makes donation to food pantry

A little lemonade can go a long way, even if it’s not ice cold.  More...

Dabble with Dell

I had a box of blueberries in the house and remembering a bread loaf that was made a long time ago, I dug out the recipe. It is called Blueberry Tea Bread.   More...

Table for one

Small-town scenes

Recently I signed up for HelloFresh, one of those meal delivery services that you may have seen advertised.  I’m a decent cook, but I’m not adventurous and I tend to stick to the basics or what I already know. More...

Obituaries

Elizabeth ‘Sally’ Gaustad

Grafton

Elizabeth R. “Sally” Gaustad, age 90 of Grafton, passed away Saturday, Nov. 24, 2018, at Altru Hospital of Grand Forks.  More...

Dalyn Vollrath

St. Thomas

Dalyn James Vollrath, 37, of St. Thomas, passed away unexpectedly in his home on Nov. 24, 2018. He was born July 4, 1981, in Cavalier, son of Denise Vollrath and the late Doyle Vollrath. He attended school in St. More...

Lois Hietala

Michigan

Lois M. Hietala, age 70, resident of Michigan, passed away Saturday, Nov. 24, 2018, surrounded by her family at her daughter’s home in Adams.  More...

School

Emperor Flush up for re-election

Fourth grader writes his own comics

Over summer baseball league Jack Lane got his uniform and his hat on ready to play some ball when a friend of his asked him where he got his baseball hat. More...

Navigators of the Week

Grafton Century Elementary Navigators of the Week for Nov. 13 to 16 are, front from left, Piper Johnson, Ethan Hurst, Tenley Lillemoen, Mady Kirkeby and Easton Ziegelmann. More...

Students of the Quarter

Grafton Century Elementary students of the quarter for the first quarter of 2018-2019 are, front from left, True Moberg, Greta Beneda and Gabrielle Suda. Back: Andrew Flanders, Alex Sillers, Annelise Presteng, Cadence Kerner and Paul Suda.   More...

Religion

From the Pastor’s Desk

One evening an old Cherokee told his grandson about a battle that goes on inside people. He said, “My son, the battle is between two wolves inside us all.   More...

Sunny news from Sunset

It was time to exercise Monday morning in fitness club. The afternoon was Money Monday Bingo with card bingo ending the day. Tuesday morning we had a new word game. Family Feud was a big hit with all. More...

Chamber sponsors host of WinterFest activities

Parade of lights set for Dec. 15

GRAFTON—The Christmas and holiday seasons have arrived and Grafton Area Chamber of Commerce (GACC) has been putting together a WinterFest list of activities and events to keep everyone entertained into the new year.  Chamber of commerce di More...

Eden residents protest bridge closure

County delinquent land sale held

COUNTY—Residents of Eden Township packed the Walsh County Commission chambers, Tuesday, Nov. More...

News

Judge lowers Moran’s bail

Jury trial set for January

Judge Barbara Whelan lowered Terry Moran’s bail from $100,000 to $10,000 in Northeast District Court on Monday. More...

Tebay sex abuse trial set for March 2019

Facing new theft of property charge

Nathan Tebay, 40, of rural Minto, was charged with a Class A felony, theft of property Wednesday, Nov. 21, in Northeast District Court. More...

Two-vehicle accident on Highway 17

A two-vehicle crash approximately eight miles west of Grafton Friday morning, Nov. 23, resulted in two people being transported to Unity Medical Center (UMC) in Grafton.  More...

Happenings

Drayton craft show

Drayton’s Old Fashioned Christmas craft show will be held Saturday, Dec. 15, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the H.G. Johnson Hall in Drayton. More...

Lankin Legion party

Lankin Legion and Lankin Auxiliary Christmas party will be held Monday, Dec. 3, starting with a potluck meal at 6:30 p.m. Members are asked to bring food pantry items instead of gift exchanging. All members, spouses and family are invited to attend. More...

Shopping with Santa

The Heritage Village Shopping with Santa event will be open to kids Wednesday Dec. 12, and Thursday Dec. 13. Preschoolers are welcome both days from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and 3:30 to 7 p.m. More...

Opinion

Tariffs signal the tide

RECORD EDITORIAL

For many, the first reaction to General Motors (GM) cutting 15,000 jobs and shuttering five plants in North America was corporate greed. More...

Political Cartoon

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Turning back the clock

60 years  A permit was granted by North Dakota Geological Survey to Pembina Mountain Oil Exploration to drill land in Walsh County near Lankin.  Walsh County Soil Conservation District stated that water holes were becoming very popular. More...

Sports

Napier hunting trip, a family affair

Minto brothers tag out in West Virginia

The Napier family resides a few miles north of Minto but every year for Thanksgiving, they travel to West Virginia for their annual hunting trip and time with family.  Randy Napier moved a lot growing up, but West Virginia has always been a plac More...

Spoilers host Lakers in home opener

G-PR unable to come back after tying it up at two

The Grafton- Park River (G-PR) Spoilers hockey team hosted the Detroit Lakes (DL) Lakers in their home opener on Tuesday at the Centennial Center.  More...

For the fans

Grafton-Park River hockey cheerleaders smiling to the fans after their names were called over the loud speaker on Tuesday are, from left, Gracie Gellner, Kylie Hartje, Sophia Storey and Shantel Carlson. More...