Hettinger County may stay in deep freeze for longer

New England, Mott and the rest of Hettinger County will have to keep bundled up a while longer, according to weather forecasts. By Brad Mosher The Herald Although it will be slightly warmer for the next few weeks, the temperatures…
Tariffs, trade wars still impact North Dakota farmers

There may be some changes in the near future which could help an agriculture industry hit hard recently by tariffs and trade wars, according to a crops economist and marketing specialist from North Dakota State University. By Brad Mosher The…
District 31 Legislative Report

Monday we start the sixth week of the Sixty-sixth Legislative Assembly. By Rep. Karen Rohr The floor sessions will be running into the evening this next week to ensure that all bills are heard before crossover. Below is a summary…
The Herald E-Edition for 2-15-19

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NDSU Extension Projects for 2019

Planning for the future can be a very frustrating process especially in times of tariffs and market volatility. Planning typically pays high dividends. For most farm and ranch managers, developing realistic commodity priceexpectations is one of the most difficult and…
News for District 31

The trespassing bill SB 2315 was held last Friday in the Brynhild Haugland room. The room was packed to capacity with folks from all across the state, and the hearing went on for well over 5 hours. All who came…
The Herald E-Edition for 2-8-19

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Polar vortex brings snow, ice, danger

Winters in North Dakota can be deadly. That is the warning Dunn County Emergency Management’s Denise Brew has issued online with the forecast of a series of strong storms dropping temperatures to dangerous levels in the near future. By Brad…
End of shutdown helps ND farmers

Just when the longest political shutdown of the federal government in the nation’s history had started to impact people in North Dakota, the farmers and ranchers got more than one reprieve. By Brad Mosher The Herald First it was when…
Farm Bill Payment calculator available

A calculator developed by North Dakota State University Extension to help producers estimate the Agricultural Risk Coverage (ARC) and Price Loss Coverage (PLC) payments they may receive in 2019 is available online.  By Duaine Marxen Hettinger County Extension Visit www.ag.ndsu.edu/farmmanagement/farm-bill…
District 31 Legislative Report

The 66th Legislative Assembly was officially called to order on Thursday, January 3, 2019. In the morning the legislators heard from Spirit Lake Tribal Chair Myra Pearson and Chief Justice Gerald VandeWalle. Tribal Chair Pearson spoke about the many challenges…
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High-speed pursuit on Highway 22

Ty Collins was the subject of an alleged high-speed pursuit on Thursday, January 17th. Adams County law enforcement responded to an “all units” call from the state radio dispatch that reported a high-speed pursuit of a red Chevy Colorado pickup…
New England makes impact in Bismarck prison debate

The state legislature wasn’t prepared for the size of New England’s response to a plan which would close the Dakota Womens Correctional Rehabilitation Center. By Brad Mosher The Herald The small rural city along the northern edge of Hettinger County…
Furloughed children may be eligible for assistance

Children of government employees who are not getting paid or furloughed may be eligible to receive free or reduced-price breakfast and lunches at school, according to New England Public School Superintendent Kelly Koppinger. New England Public School encourages households that…