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Ty Warbis signs a letter of intent and commits to becoming a Blue Hawk with Dickinson State University.

Students and parents gathered in the Hettinger Public School gym last week Thursday to watch Ty Warbis,

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The Hub No. 6 in New England is under new ownership | Photo by Luann Dart

Amidst a flurry of activity, shelves are being restocked and details finalized, with the Express Stop transitioning to new ownership as The Hub No. 6 in New England.

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4-H volunteer Eric Schuler (left) helps Quinn Schalesky nock an arrow.

For months, 4-H leaders and parents have been working to ignite a new shooting sports program in Hetting

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After looking at the entries from all of the 4th graders that go to school in Hettinger County, I can say - “Wow!

Looks like the winter of 2019 is going out like a lion. Sure hope 2020 isn’t too rough.

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Roger Harmon memorial

A memorial service for Roger Harmon, age 86, of New Salem, formerly Carson, North Dakota will be held at 2:00 p.m., CT, Thursday January 16, 2020, at the Chapel in the Elm Crest Manor, New Salem, N

Fanny Deichert

Euphemia “Fanny” Deichert, 94, Flasher, passed away peacefully January 5, 2020 at St. Vincent’s Nursing Home, Bismarck, ND.

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Beth Roth, 31 Consultant hosted a party for the residents at the Care Center in early December.

Greetings from the Care Center!

Sam Dart of Elgin, a graduate of the Elgin/New Leipzig Public School, and a Computer Science and Computer Information Techonlogy

Carson Press news

Thurs., Jan. 9: Ham salad sandwich, hearty bean soup, coleslaw, Jell-O with fruit, multigrain bread, margarine, milk, coffee.

The birthstone for January is the Garnet, and the flower is the Carnation.

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Get well wishes to Ann Kraft.

Looks like the winter of 2019 is going out like a lion. Sure hope 2020 isn’t too rough.

Adams County news

Together, both West River Health Services and the Sunrise Foundation enticed people to support their loc

Women in the communities of Hettinger and Lemmon now have a new opport

On February 29th, 2020 Hettinger will come together to celebrate the people and businesses that make this community

Congratulations to NDSU Bis

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This year DFC's board of Directors has approved the distribution of $64,950  to select organizations in the local communities that the cooperative serves in addition to a $20,000 contribution that

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Sitting on the main drag of New England is a quaint little building called The Whatnot Shop. It is a thrift store owned by Becky Worthy Jacobs.

During the last trimester of pregnancy in beef cows, the fetus grows rapidly, placing increasing nutrient demands on the cow.

An election to seat a Hettinger County representative to the North Dakota Wheat Commission will take place on February 5, 2020, at 5:00pm MT, at the Memorial Hall, 925 Main Street, in New England N

Grade 12 High Honors Anderson, Sydnee Jean Friedt, Karagan Marie Hertz, Morgan Marie Honeyman, Emma Jean Koepplin, Kiara Michelle Martin-Geerts,  Autumn Rose Rafferty, Blake Austin

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