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Kat makes a stop in New England: Kat Perkins talks bravery, social media at New England Public School
Kat Perkins demonstrated her musical prowess last week in New England as part of her tour to promote the positive use of social media.
The Nighthawks opened their baseball season with an 8-0 victory over Washburn-Wilton-Center-Stanton on April 10, but results took a turn to the worst in the next three games.
Between Shawn and Shelly Wolf’s family, from nieces and nephews to their own children, they have eighteen years of Tiger athletic events ahead of themselves. A problem Wolf noticed is their families were attending the games, but driving in separate…
The Hettinger County Sheriff’s Department has gone through some improved changes in the past six months.
Clementine, “Clem”, F. Urlacher, 85 of Bowman, ND, formerly the New England, N.D. area passed away April 8, 2015 at the West River Regional Hospital in Hettinger.
Drivers, start your engines!
Jeanette Toepke, 75, New Salem, N.D. formerly New England, N.D. died March 10, 2015 at Sanford Health, Bismarck, N.D. surrounded by her loving family.
Though the film and television show Fargo is named for the eastern North Dakota city, the setting of both emulates the cold, wintery environment of the entire state.
After a long and healthy life, Abbe Rae Nelson passed away at age 94 of natural, age-related causes in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, on March 30, 2015.
David C. Frank, 65, New England, N.D. died April 10, 2015 at St. Alexius Medical Center, Bismarck.
As the weather warms and the ground thaws, New England is getting closer to the start of a four phase construction project.
Dennis Paul Lutz, 66, New England, N.D. died Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at Sanford Health, Bismarck, N.D.
Monday, March 23 was a day filled with good-spirited competition as it marked yet another annual Quiz Bowl in Lemmon, South Dakota.
Dating back to the days of Martin Luther, hunting for eggs has been a tradition during the Easter season for generations.
The month of April came in hot, literally. A combination of light snowfall, sparse rainfall, relatively high temperatures and unreasonably high wind speeds has created the perfect conditions for fire hazards.
Thanks to a spring that has been warmer than usual, the Mott/Regent Track and Field team has had a few more outdoor practices than they have in years past.
On Thursday, March 26, Friday, March 27, and Saturday, March 28, 2015, the Regent Lions hosted their 33rd Annual SW Basketball Jamboree at the Mott Armory in Mott, ND.