The New England Community Renovation Project got a step closer to a fundraising goal after receiving a grant from the New England Community Foundation
An Education: 4-year-old Sage Ouradnik’s family finds incredible strength during her harrowing battle with cancer
Sage Ouradnik loves animals, running alongside her brothers in her backyard, eating macaroni and cheese and showing off her toy dolls.
Before the annual American Legion Post 66 and Auxiliary Memorial Day Services could begin at the Memorial Hall in New England, additional seating needed to be added.
The Mott/Regent Wildfire took five athletes to the North Dakota State Track Meet in Bismarck on May 22 and 23, and head coach Ron Bensons said he liked what he saw from his team.
To prove one’s love by following their partner halfway around the world is rare. But Mott resident Geno Sloan was afforded that opportunity and now she’s telling the story.
View the online version of our 2015 High School Graduation pages here!
Heading into the Southwest Regional Track Meet, the Mott/Regent Wildfire had high hopes for success. Head coach Ron Benson said the results were better than he expected.
Lucille B. Schwindt, 79, Dickinson, N.D. died Sunday, May 17, 2015 at CHI St. Alexius Medical Center, Bismarck, N.D.
Every year for the fans, draft time is one of the best times of the year. If you’ve read my previous articles, you should know by now that I get almost as excited for draft day as I do for…
The New England Girl Scouts hosted their annual Bridging Ceremony, at Our Redeemer’s Lutheran Church, on Thursday, May 14.
The Q-Grill has only been around a short time, but it has quickly become one of the favorite lunch spot for folks in Dickinson.
The Herald took home seven awards last week during the 2015 North Dakota Newspaper Association Better Newspaper Contest Awards in Bismarck.
On May 5, Kidder Co. downed the Nighthawks 11-4, and Shiloh bested them on May 7 by a 10-0 score. Hazen finished the Nighthawks last regular season game by beating them on the Nighthawks home field, 10-1, on May 12.
The New England High School Band Students, along with the Tiger Booster Club, served an authentic Mexican feast to the public on Saturday, May 9 at the Memorial Hall. Proceeds from the meal went to the students’ future trip to…
Can we trust the modern day athlete?
It’s that time of year again. The snow melts, the grass gets greener and farmers get out to the fields. It’s also that time of year when kids from Mott/Regent and New England congregate to learn about safety in the…