November 28, 2018 RSS feed / 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...

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...

Marvin's celebrates

Marvin Windows and Doors of Grafton recently honored Paulette Moberg for 20 years of service with the company.   More...

Friendly competition leads to a lot of food

Under the leadership of Minto Honor Society members Tessa Mattson and Annah Zikmund, Minto Public School held a successful food drive earlier this month.  More...

Grafton’s blood drive brings in 47 volunteers

Grafton Fine Arts Club hosted a blood drive with Vitalant, formerly United Blood Services, on Nov. 13, at Grafton Lutheran Church which helped collect a total of 48 units of blood for patients in need.  More...

County Court Report

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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...

County Court Report

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City Court Report

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Unity Medical Minute

November is National Diabetes Month, raising awareness of risk factors, dangers and the prevention of diabetes.  This year, Unity Medical Center’s focus is on the word “prevention.”  Currently in the United States:  A More...

Rockets roll at Fargo tournament

Fenner takes fifth in debate contest

The Minto Rocket debate team, which is the only Class B school in the state competing in debate, participated at the Fargo Davies debate tournament on Saturday, Nov. 17, in Fargo. More...

Walsh County Veterans Service Office

A word on VA claim exams  More...

Small communities helping to protect kids

In a time where the food and drug administration has labeled electronic cigarette use an epidemic among kids, two small communities in Walsh County are taking a stand. In November, Pisek and Adams each adopted a tobacco-free parks policy. More...