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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 Hettinger County Fair J

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Lightning struck the historic barn at approximately 10:45 p.m. on June 29th.
 Submitted Photos

A historic barn burned down on the night of June 29, during an intense lightening storm.

Keeping it local at Lake Tschida

As more campers and water enthusiasts discover the shores and waters of Lake Tschida, there’s also continual development of the recreational opportunities by the Tri-Cities Joint Job Development Au

“The steps of a good man are ordered by the Lord, delighted in His ways.”

Gov. Doug Burgum recently signed an executive order that extends the renewal date for motor vehicle registrations and driver licenses that expired on or after March 1, 2020.

Grant County News

On June 27, Grant County amended its fire emergency and burn ban to include the ignition of fireworks when the county is in the high, very high or extreme category of the N.D.

Thurs., July 2: Pork roast, mashed potatoes and gravy, corn, pumpkin streusel bar, milk, coffee.

Lions Start Hamburgers

Lion Bonnie Kautz, Lion Julie Levorsen, Lion Aaron Levorsen, Lion President Virgil Stern and Kara Levorsen cashier. Other workers not pictured were Lion Art Rath onion slicer, homemade bars Lion Barb Koenig and Lion Gail Schatz, Lion Doris Friedt and Cordell Kautz outside employees distributing the hamburgers, chips and water. Photo by Lion Duane Schatz.

The Elgin Lions started Hamburgers in the Park on Friday, June 26, 2020 with a fairly good turn out.

NDSU Extention offers fly control recommendations

As I am preparing this article, I am trying to also prepare mentally for the 98 degree Fahrenheit day that is to be expected today.

Keeping it local at Lake Tschida

As more campers and water enthusiasts discover the shores and waters of Lake Tschida, there’s also continual development of the recreational opportunities by the Tri-Cities Joint Job Development Au

Carson Press news

“The steps of a good man are ordered by the Lord, delighted in His ways.”

Nestled along the shores of Lake Tschida, the cabins and trailers bring visitors from across the state and the country to spend time in Grant County.

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department reminds citizens that possession or use of fireworks on state wildlife management areas is prohibited.

Rods N Rock donate to Prairie Recovery Center

Dan Stewart from Rods N Rock stopped by the Prairie Recovery Center today to drop off a wonderful surprise: a very generous donation of $3,000.

REGULAR SCHOOL BOARD MEETING MINUTES SOLEN PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT #3 June 15th, 2020 SOLEN HIGH SCHOOL 6:00 P.M.

Adams County news

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Four Tesla Cars sit in front of Super Mario Bros. mural, preparing to drag Hettinger’s Main Street. 

The future came to Hettinger last Friday when a small parade of all-electric Tesla cars drove through Hettinger’s Main Street.

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Mason DeFoe steps up to bat. 

On June 22 the Hettinger-Scranton (HS) Babe Ruth team battled Bowman at Hettinger.  On June 10 Bowman won the first encounter in a come from behind 11-9 win.

On Saturday, July 11th Placemakers Co-op will host the 3rd Annual Boss Cowman Cornhole Tournament in Lemmon. 

North Dakota Council on the Arts (NDCA) has awarded $64,732 in the Folk and Traditional Arts Apprenticeship Program for Fiscal Year 21. 

Small-grain varieties will be one of the topics covered during this year›s field day at North Dakota State University›s Hettinger Research Extension Center (HREC).

The Herald news

North Dakota’s spring pheasant population index is up 15% from the same time last year, according to the state Game and Fish Department’s 2020 spring crowing count survey.

The West River Veterinary Clinic Legacy Foundation awarded 3 scholarships this spring to deserving high school graduates.

Horn flies, face flies and stable flies are the most common and most treated pests on North Dakota livestock operations.

Minot State University announced a total of 302 students were named to the Vice President for Academic Affairs’ Honor Roll for Spring 2020 and 17 students earned a spot on the Engagement Honor Roll

Growing up in the upper Midwest taught me to relish the warmth of summer.  Sometimes those stretches of 90-degree days spanned just a week or two in August.

Grant County News

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