New England Area Community Foundation grant application deadline

The committee of the New EnglandAreaCommunityFoundation(NEACF)will be giving out over $5,600in grants to local organizations that provide services to the New Englandarea.  Applicants must be a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, or government agenciesor have a qualified fiscal sponsor. APPLY TODAY Online at…
‘The Frog Prince’ hops to successful Saturday run

There were queens, princesses, swans, knights and even pink flamingoes on stage during  the production of  “The Frog Prince” Saturday in New England’s Memorial Hall. Herald photos/ Brad Mosher   There may not have been a cast of thousands, but…
Local church serves up an italian meal for youth programs

The smell of garlic, spices and burning candles added an ambiance to the lower level of the St. Mary’s Catholic Church Parosh Center Feb. 18 for more than 100 people. It was for a good cause. The proceeds of the…
Missoula Childrens Theater crowns ‘The Frog Prince’

There will be alot of frogs in New England, at least until Saturday, as the Missoula Children’s Theater uses local students to bring a fairy tale to life in Memorial Hall. By Brad Mosher The Herald Approximately 60 students will…
Senior Living 2019

View the online version of our 2019 Senior Living guide here! Just click in the center of the image to view.  
Calf losses before birth a concern

Abortions can be a major concern for cattle producers. An “abortion” is the discharge of the fetus prior to the end of the normal gestation period, according to Gerald Stokka, North Dakota State University Extension veterinarian and livestock stewardship specialist.…
Watch your sodium intake during Heart Month

“What should I make for dinner?” I asked my older daughter when we were at the grocery store on a very cold February day. “Let’s have wild rice soup,” she said. By Julie Garden Robinson Food and Nutrition Specialist NDSU…
Dakota Datebook

Dick Johnson, Test Pilot by Merry Helm January 7, 2019 —Lieutenant Colonel Richard Johnson was laid to rest in Arlington National Cemetery with full Air Force Military Honors on this date in 2003. Dick was born on September 21, 1917,…
Fundraiser set Sunday at Memorial Hall

There will be a fundraiser Sunday at the Memorial Hall in New England in an effort to help replace items and livestock lost when a fire in late January burned a building on JoeKathrein’s property. The fire destroyed 4-H items…
Farming group announces grants for rural schools

A grant campaign which could bring up to $25,000 to nominated rural schools has started its 2019 campaign. The Grow Rural Education program has been launched by the American Farmers campaign. Farmers can nominate their school district by visiting www.Americasfarmers.com…
Country Neighbors – Winter 2019

View the online version of our Winter 2019 Country Neighbors publication here! Just click in center of the image to view. 
Grosz wins NDFB Discussion meet

Rachel Grosz of Mott, N.D. won the NDFB Young Farmer and Rancher Discussion Meet at the Farm and Ranch Conference, Jan. 25-26, in Bismarck at the Ramada. The Discussion Meet is an exchange of ideas and information from participants on…
Local students win state contest

Natalie Wiesinger of the Mott/Regent Public School was the second place winner in a recent statewide contest entitled “Thank a farmer or rancher and tell about a product they raise”. Marlene Kouba Jaycia Thomas also of Mott/Regent Public School received…
Dakota Datebook

The LaBonte Curse written by Merry Helm January 28, 2019 — Have you heard of North Dakota’s LaBonte curse? Back in 1972, four men from Grafton were the world champions in the sport of curling for a little less than…
Dakota Datebook

Dick Johnson, Test Pilot by Merry Helm January 7, 2019 —Lieutenant Colonel Richard Johnson was laid to rest in Arlington National Cemetery with full Air Force Military Honors on this date in 2003. Dick was born on September 21, 1917,…