Williston sweeps varsity titles at Bowman invite

  By Brad Mosher The Herald Bowman County faced off against one of the best cross country teams in the state when the Bulldogs held their cross country invitational Thursday (Aug. 29) at the Sweetwater Lake Golf Course. The visiting…
Turnovers, big plays doom Wildfire in opener

By Brad Mosher The Herald Big plays made a big difference Friday at Lemmon for the Mott-Regent/New England Wildfire in the season opener for both teams. Unfortunately for the North Dakota squad, most of the big plays were by the…
Larson Lake added to state warning list

Staff Report Larson Lake near Regent has been added to a list of 15 which have been impacted by blue-green algae. A blue-green algae warning has been issued by the North Dakota Department of Environmental Quality Aug. 23 which added…
Planting Unlabeled Cover Crop Seed Could be Costly

Planting cover crops is increasing in popularity each year, and this is not surprising considering the benefits. However, those potential benefits will be quickly negated by the use of untested or unlabeled seed says Jason Goltz, North Dakota State Seed…
Rainy summer stretches into September

By Frank Turner Country Media Over the past month, parts of the southwest region of North Dakota have experienced three to four times more rain than the usual average. According to the National Weather Service, the chance for above average…
The Herald E-Edition for 8-30-19

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Football is Elementary

The New England fourth-fifth and sixth grade gridders got some playing time Saturday when the school hosted a football jamboree with teams from Bowman, Killdeer, Hettinger and Heart River.                      …
New England student recognized for superior academic achievement

  ATLANTA, GA — July 31, 2019 – The National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS) today announced student Stetson L Urlacher from Regent, ND, has been selected to become a member of the esteemed organization. The Society recognizes top…
Wildfire hopes to burn Lemmon in opener Friday

By Brad Mosher The Herald Lemmon/McIntosh may be hoping to ambush Mott-Regent/New England when both football teams open their seasons Friday in Lemmon. There will be about two dozen players making the road trip to South Dakota, according to varsity…
FeedList connects livestock feed buyers, sellers

Many livestock producers in North Dakota are short on forage following a long, cold winter and late spring that depleted forage supplies says Miranda Meehan, North Dakota State University Extension livestock environmental stewardship specialist. Supplies in some areas have been…
BACK TO SCHOOL: Students return to classes in New England, Mott

By Brad Mosher The Herald School and students are back together again after a three-month break. Both New England Public School and Mott-Regent Public School are again filled with students, in some cases even more students. According to the New…
Slope County kicks off fair

Staff Report The Slope County Fair opens Friday in Amidon for the 99th time. The self-described “smallest county seat in the nation” is hoping to get a big boost in population over the weekend when it opens, starting with the…
The Herald E-Edition for 8-23-19

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Library celebrates summer success with picnic at Lions Park

The New England Library ended its summer program with a flourish as it held a picnic at Lions Park Aug. 8 in the local park. According to the librarian, there were 53 participants in the program that ran from June…
NWS improves regional weather coverage

Senator John Hoeven announced that the National Weather Service (NWS) has completed its adjustment of the radar system in Minot to expand low-level coverage in western North Dakota and improve severe weather and tornado warnings in the region. During a…
West River Health Services Foundation Lands $227,735 Gift!

West River Health Services Foundation, the nonprofit fundraising and development arm of West River Health Services and Western Horizons Living Centers, received a huge $227,735 gift from the John and Myrtle Kinsvater Trust. Carol Fordahl, Successor Guardian and Conservator, delivered…