The Herald E-Edition for 4-19-19

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Discovering the demise of the DINOSAURS

Bowman at center of paleontological treasure trove A cataclysmic flash occurred 65 million years ago on an area of the planet that we know as Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. It was a blast so large it sent earthy debris hurling into space…
Enchanted Highway clears up legal cloud over famous geese

Adark legal cloud which had threatened the Enchanted Highway’s biggest draw has vanished. The gigantic metal sculpture called “Geese in Flight” along Interstate 94 east of Dickinson had served as an entry portal for the Enchanted Highway, guiding visitors south…
Two die in rollover

A single vehicle rollover Tuesday morning on Highway 21 near New England left two people dead, according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol. The vehicle, a 2003 Acura MDX SUV, was reportedly traveling westbound three miles west of New England on…
Coccidiosis Affecting Young Calves

North Dakota cattle producers have been losing young calves to coccidiosis this spring, according to Gerald Stokka, North Dakota State University Extension veterinarian and livestock stewardship specialist. By Duaine Marxen Hettinger County Extension/ANR Coccidiosis is an intestinal disease that affects…
Capitol Chatter

By Diane Newberry and Bilal Suleiman NDNA Big Gavel Energy “Some of us have had trouble hearing the gavel,” Rep. George Keiser said. “We wish to provide to you a token of a present that might help you do your…
News from the Senate

Last week the Senate voted to override a Governor’s veto on SB 2244, which the House did not agree with, so the bill did end up getting vetoed. It is interesting how a simple issue creates so much debate.  The…
The Herald E-Edition for 4-12-19

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Hettinger County lights up with LEDs

Life in North Dakota’s small rural communities will be brighter, while saving money at the same time, according to a spokesman for the Montana-Dakota Utilities Company. By Brad Mosher The Herald On average, the municipal utility bills will be dropping…
Mott emerges from flood, ice

The water in the Cannonball River has receded, giving the city of Mott a chance to recover from flooding that rose above its normal banks and threatened local buildings and locations. Staff Report The water left behind chunks on higher…
District 31 Legislative Report

The House Appropriations Committee is completing work on Senate passed agency budget bills.   We are also reviewing policy committee bills that include financial requests. The budget bills are being held in committee until the Senate and House can agree…
The Herald E-Edition for 4-5-19

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Cannonball River overflows Mott

Juniper Drive closed by flooding, residents warned of dangers Afast snowmelt and warm temperatures have pushed the Cannonball River into some parts of Mott over the weekend. According to the Hettinger County Emergency Management and the Hettinger County Sheriff’s Office,…
Hettinger County updates Multi-Hazard plan

Even James Schwartz admitted it was timely when representatives from Hettinger County communities met Monday in New England to work on updating the county’s multi-hazard mitigation plan. By Brad Mosher The Herald While the people were meeting in New England’s…
Capitol Chatter

Out of the blue Senators concurred with their colleagues in the House March 19 to repeal the blue law dictating most businesses be closed before noon on Sunday. It was a close vote, 25-21, and a heated discussion pitted the desire…
Spring has Sprung

It’s official. Spring arrived this last week. The sudden change of weather is causing people to tromp through mud and jump over street-gutter rivers. By Frank Turner acrnews@countrymedia.net The quick onset of spring weather is even causing some flooding in…