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Law & Order in Grant County

Grant County Sheriff’s Department Sheriff John Foss, left, and Deputy Dakota Mazer converse on Main Street in Elgin, one of three communities in which they provide law enforcement in Grant County.

Law & Order in Grant County

As the youngest deputy with the Grant County Sheriff’s Department, 23-year-old Dakota Mazer is quick to express what he likes about his career.

Sharing from the heart

David and Tina Skjoldal live on a ranch north of Elgin, where David continues to pursue his passions of ranching and preaching while recovering from an ATV accident in May. photo | Luann Dart

Sharing from the heart

Like the dusty back of a rattlesnake, the road winds along the rolling ridges and ravines surrounding Lake Tschida. There, from atop the buttes overlooking the Heart River, David Skjoldal opens his own heart, sharing plainspoken pastoral sermons, with a weathered black cowboy hat perched atop his head.

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Anna Larson performs the song “Riptide” by Vance Joy on Ukulele.

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Blake Larson picks “Foggy Mountain Breakdown” on the ol’ banjo.

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Charlee Weinert stands on a horse, showing off her trick riding skills.

Who's Got Talent? Hettinger!

It is no secret that due to Covid-19 this year’s Fourth of July celebrations were starkly different from years past.

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