Range Judging Excellence

Brenna Wert For the Herald   Another FFA adventure has been planted in our books this past week. On Wednesday the 18th, our FFA chapter ventured to New Salem for the state Range Judging competition. Prior to the competition, our…
Facebook, Silver Alert helps find missing woman

By Brad Mosher The Herald The saga of Clara Mae Braun started Sept. 16 when her relatives could not find her or her 2012 Chrysler 300 in South Dakota. Days later she was found in a rural section of Hettinger…
Tigers battle regional rivals

  By Brad Mosher The Herald New England needed a last minute rally to pull out a three-set win over visiting Grant County volleyball squad Thursday at home. The Tigers won 25-22, 25-21 and 28-26 over the Region 5 foe.…
Wildfire gridders host powerful Kidder County

Staff Report   The Wildfire will try to rebound from a narrow 22-20 loss in Wishek a week ago when they host Kidder at 7 p.m. Friday. The loss to South Border dropped the Mott-Regent/New England squad to 2-2 record…
The Herald E-Edition for 9-27-19

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Daktana 2019

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Missing woman found near Mott

An 87-year old missing South Dakota woman was located on a farm near Mott Thursday morning after being listed as missing since Monday morning. According to reports, Clara Mae Brown was located south of the Hettinger County seat just after…
Mott Workshop: Beginning Writing

Taylor Brorby will help participants get their pens moving in a two-hour beginning writing workshop. Participants will read short, vivid texts together and think about how they might borrow similar techniques for their own writing. Packets of reading will be…
It Happens in the Library

Mott Public Library What happens in the Library? Independent learning, relaxation, collaboration, teamwork, reading, communication, information seeking, volunteer activities and more. Each day Library Patrons find different ways to interact in the Library. Sometimes they come in to find a…
Beware of Scams, Seniors

Geno Sloan Warnings from the North Dakota Senior Medicare Patrol remind all senior citizens to be careful of strange callers promising free tests, free medical supplies, or free medications. The scammers are out there and they are hot on the…
New England nets sweeping win over Cowboys

By Brad Mosher The Herald The Tigers came to Killdeer Sept. 12 in a continuous North Dakota rainstorm, but New England left the Cowboys high and dry with a strong 3-0 win. The visitors started with a 25-15 win in…
Last second score burns visiting Clippers, 18-13

By Brad Mosher The Herald Mott-Regent/New England pulled out an 18-13 win over Strasburg-Zeeland Friday with a touchdown in the final minute in the Mott homecoming game. Sam Heuther drove into the end zone from two yards out with 41…
Reunions fill local hall, hallways

  Staff Report Some New England graduates got their first chance to see their old school over the weekend as two groups of former Tigers celebrated their 20th and 50th reunions. According to one of the organizers, Daryl Jung, the…
Amidon smokes competition in  the Wheat Harvest parade

By Brad Mosher The Herald   The annual Wheat Harvest Jamboree was a success in New England, but the biggest winner may have been the Amidon Fire Department. The firefighters won the top prize at the Parade of Lights for…
Dakota Datebook: Mustache Maude

Mustache Maud by Merry Helm September 12, 2019 — Clara Belle Rose was a tough and tender saloon-keeper from a wild little town known as Devil’s Colony, then Winona, across the Missouri from Ft. Yates. Frank Fiske described Clara Belle…
The Herald E-Edition for 9-20-19

View the 9-20-19 New England Herald E-Edition here! Just click on the center of the image below to view, or Click Here to Download.   Click Here for the E Editions Archive   The E-Edition is best viewed on desktop computers, not…