Gaugler family honored as Achievement Winners

photo | Jill M. Friesz

The Gaugler family. Roger and Ardella, daughter Sarah Schock, husband Verrick and their children Senora, Ivy, Trevyn, and Heston, son Eric, wife Amy, and children Faith and Tanner. Not pictured is son Jessie, his wife Karen and their children Leeanna and Madison.

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The community of New England gathered at the New England Public School Monday, Dec. 9, for a Celebration of Life for their beloved teacher, coach, and community member, Shawn Flaherty.

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Hettinger Dacotah Bank Branch Manager Seth Skogen welcomes guests to the first Dacotah Bank Grain Marketing Event.

It’s no secret – this year’s weather has been tough on agriculture.

Gaugler family honored as Achievement Winners

photo | Jill M. Friesz

The Gaugler family. Roger and Ardella, daughter Sarah Schock, husband Verrick and their children Senora, Ivy, Trevyn, and Heston, son Eric, wife Amy, and children Faith and Tanner. Not pictured is son Jessie, his wife Karen and their children Leeanna and Madison.

The Gaugler family was honored as the 2019 Achievement winners at the Grant County Soil Conservation Banquet Friday, Dec. 6.

Jill Friesz, owner of GS Publishing, and publisher of the Grant County News and Carson Press newspapers has purchased two additional newspapers.

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The Gaugler family. Roger and Ardella, daughter Sarah Schock, husband Verrick and their children Senora, Ivy, Trevyn, and Heston, son Eric, wife Amy, and children Faith and Tanner. Not pictured is son Jessie, his wife Karen and their children Leeanna and Madison.

photo | Jill M. Friesz

The Gaugler family. Roger and Ardella, daughter Sarah Schock, husband Verrick and their children Senora, Ivy, Trevyn, and Heston, son Eric, wife Amy, and children Faith and Tanner. Not pictured is son Jessie, his wife Karen and their children Leeanna and Madison.

he Gaugler family was honored as the 2019 Achievement winners at the Grant County Soil Conservation Banquet Friday, Dec. 6.

Residents of New Leipzig recently found an additional $5.00 monthly charge on their utility bill for a front-loader tractor, which sparked heated conversations in the community.

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Jacobson Memorial Hospital & Care Center has pledged a $50 donation, True Value has pledged a $25 donation, R Family Market has pledged a $25 donation, and Star Grocery has pledged a $50 donati

Carson Press news

Just a note to say how much we appreciate all the hard work of the shovelers and street workers in all this snowy weather.

Flasher Public School Christmas Concert

Flasher Public School Christmas Concert

Adams County news

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For the past two weeks, both National Mutual Benefit Group #81 and Adams County Social Services helped p

Our condolences to the New

Going into the Linton game I’m sure the Ni

The Herald news

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Junior for the Tigers, #20, Molly Rayhorn plays tough defense and goes for the steal.

The New England Tigers traveled to Grant County Friday, Dec. 6 for their first game of the season. In a very athletic game, the Tigers came up short, and the Coyotes took the 64-58 win.

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MaryJane Mayer, #5 for the Wildfire, blocks the pass fro the Bulldogs

Salem/Almont Tournament The Mott-Regent Wildfire girls' basketball team kicked off their season Tuesday evening against Flasher at the New Salem-Almont Invitational Tournament.

Regional agronomy research results, managing wheat and sunflower diseases and using technology t

David M. Crane and Pat Merriman of Crane & Merriman PC

David M. Crane and Pat Merriman of Crane & Merriman PC opened an Elgin office.

It has been many years since Elgin has had a law office. Recently, David M.

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