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Main Street - Mott, North Dakota
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Hettinger County reported the second highest percent increase in taxable sales in North Dakota, according to the First Quarter 2020 North Dakota Sales and Use Tax Statistical Report released by the

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Last week, West River Health Services (WRHS) announced that two Adams County residents tested positive for COVID-19, the first confirmed cases of COVID-19 among Adams County residents.

COVID-19 testing

Members of the North Dakota National Guard assist with the drive-through COVID-19 public testing. 

 

Grant County Fair planned August 13-16

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From bouncing to the beat of the live entertainment to watching a 4-H’er proudly parade a perfectly groomed show steer, there’s plenty of fun under the summer sun during the Grant County Fair Aug.

The Great Plains Food Bank’s Mobile Food Pantry will be in the area Tuesday, Aug. 11, with a food distribution in Flasher, Carson, Elgin and Mott.

Grant County News

COVID-19 testing

Members of the North Dakota National Guard assist with the drive-through COVID-19 public testing. 

 

Grant County Fair planned August 13-16

file photo

From bouncing to the beat of the live entertainment to watching a 4-H’er proudly parade a perfectly groomed show steer, there’s plenty of fun under the summer sun during the Grant County Fair Aug.

As the nation’s small businesses faced an unprecedented economic disruption due to the COVID-19 pandemic, two federal programs were implemented to assist local businesses and their employees.

John C. Clarys

John C. Clarys, 62, passed away on Wednesday, July 15, 2020 at his home in Center, ND, after a twoyear battle with brain cancer.

Leslie Ruben Schock

Leslie Ruben Schock was born September 22, 1948 in Elgin, North Dakota, The son of the late Ruben and Delia (Sprecher) Schock.

Les passed away unexpectedly July 3, 2020.

Carson Press news

The Great Plains Food Bank’s Mobile Food Pantry will be in the area Tuesday, Aug. 11, with a food distribution in Flasher, Carson, Elgin and Mott.

Algae advisory issued for Lake Tschida

This 2016 photo from NDSU Extension shows an algae bloom in Walsh County that tested positive for toxic cyanobacteria production.

An advisory has been issued at Lake Tschida after the N.D. Department of Environmental Quality (NDDEQ) found an elevated level of toxins associated with cyanobacteria, or bluegreen algae.

The Line Camp opens at Lake Tschida

The Line Camp is being operated by Medora and Marty Meyer near Lake Tschida.

Medora and Marty Meyer opened another food option at Lake Tschida in July. The Line Camp is located along Highway 49 just east of the Crappie Creek turnoff.

Heart Butte Association represents cabin, trailer owners

Dennis Prindiville, Bismarck, is president of the Heart Butte Association.

Dennis Prindiville, Bismarck, has owned a trailer at Lake Tschida for 30 years.

The Carson Women’s Club met on June 15, 2020 at the home of Bonnie Mattis. Six members were present at the meeting

Ġrandparent for the month of June is Lillian Fuchs.

Adams County news

1. How long have you coached the bears baseball team?
I been coaching the Bears for around 8 years.

The Hazen Lumber Kings defeat the Beulah Twisters 19-14 in the “If” game to claim the District 5 Babe Ruth Championship on July 25.  They had to beat Beulah twice winning the first game 10-3.

   League scoring is every other week and is the top 4 scores of the team members including handicaps. Top Gun scratch is recorded for every week.

The sheep industry has reasons to be optimistic.
As with other segments of the livestock industry, the COVID-19 pandemic has taken its toll on the sheep industry.

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The Certification Board for Diabetes Educators (CBDCE) announces that Barbara West, RN, Coordinator of Diabetes Care and Education Services at West River Health Services (WRHS) in Hettinger, ND has

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Anyone thinking about retirement will have an opportunity to learn more about it through the Purposeful Retirement Online Book Club being hosted by Jane Strommen, North Dakota State University Exte

As a resident of the area for most of my life, I have seen a need develop over the years. A need for a positive outlet for the youth of our community to thrive and live. 

Before we dive into the final Minnesota Vikings roster breakdown, we need to cover some news and notes that have come up as players are beginning to report for training camp.

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The Great Plains Food Bank’s Mobile Food Pantry will be in the area Tuesday, Aug. 11, with a food distribution in Mott, Flasher, Carson and Elgin.

 A large crowd gathered at the Heritage Hall for the second annual Ronald Reagan Roundup on Saturday, July 25, 2020.

Grant County News

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