County offering flu clinic Oct. 15

After holding flu clinics in the Regent, New England and Mott senior centers, the Hettinger County Public Health Office will be hosting another on Oct. 15. The office will be opening for the flu appointments between the hours of 10…
Consider Toxicity Issues When Fall Grazing

   With forage production abundant in most areas of North Dakota, producers may be using options to extend the grazing season, including stockpiled pasture, hay regrowth and warm- or cool-season annuals.  “It is important to consider grazing management and potential…
From Field to Fork: Celebrating Pasta Month

For nearly three decades the North Dakota Wheat Commission has celebrated National Pasta Month in October as a way to recognize the state’s dedicated durum producers and the associated durum milling and pasta manufacturing industries. To help celebrate Pasta Month…
Spooky ‘School of Terror’ postponed in Regent

The plan to scare Hettinger County residents for the month of October has been put on hold for at least two weeks. Part of the Enchanted Castle was scheduled to be transformed into a School of Terror for Oct. 4,…
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…
Daktana 2019

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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…
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…
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…
Slope County Fair Results

The 99th Slope County Fair kicked off last week in the small town of Amidon. Although it’s a small town, the population exploded with visitors during the weekend. Frank Turner reporternd@countrymedia.net Spectators at the fair enjoyed different events like the…
Ford test drives to raise funds for NEPS

Staff Report The New England Public School hopes to drive up some funding Saturday when the school hosts a Ford test drive fundraiser. The event will start at 9 a.m. and finish at 2 p.m., giving people a chance to…
‘Celebrate Mott’ kicks off Saturday

  The second annual Celebrate Mott event will be held all day Saturday throughout Mott. In addition to the Classics on Wheels show which will start at 9 a.m., the tour of the proposed Cannonball Hiking Trail, the Art Show,…
Be on Lookout for Anthrax

Anthrax continues to be a concern for cattle producers in North Dakota. “Recently, a case of anthrax was positively identified in a southwestern North Dakota county,” says Gerald Stokka, North Dakota State University Extension veterinarian. “This is a reminder to…