Under Fire

New England  superintendent responds to plan for closure Rural communities throughout North Dakota struggle to provide economic opportunities for their residents.  In today’s new economy, traditional agricultural enterprises and industrial recruitment can no longer be relied upon to bring jobs to rural…
Midgets get big win with visit to Tigers’ Den

Senior Tate Norby came home for the first time Dec. 6 and he brought a few friends from Dickinson with him. For years, the Amidon native has spent his winters on the road every afternoon, leaving New England for the…
North Dakota has least expensive Christmas trees

Just in time for the holidays, the Chamber of Commerce has released a study showing that in 2018, the price of Christmas trees in the US varies immensely from one state to the next: two to three times as much…
WIFE supports new beef promotion legislation for U.S.

Women Involved in Farm Economics (WIFE) is supporting amending the Beef Research and Promotion Act, which legislated the beef checkoff, to allow only promotion of beef that is born and raised exclusively in the United States and to allow additional…
The Herald E-Edition for 12-14-18

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Southwest Healthcare receives bomb threat

A bomb threat made to Southwest Healthcare Thursday prompted a thorough search of the entire facility. By Chris Slone According to Bowman Police Chief Charles Headley, the threat came by email, which was sent to one of the employees of…
Killdeer police investigate Coal Country bomb threat

A bomb threat made to Coal Country’s organization prompted a police response throughout Coal Country’s different clinics Thursday. By: Brad Mosher and Chris Slone Country Media According to Darrold Bertsch, CEO of Coal Country Community Health, the organization received an…
Local senior wins speech contest, goes to district

Four New England Public School students participated in the recent oratorical contest sponsored by the city’s American Legion post. Staff Report Senior Eve Stegner won the Nov. 20 American Legion competition, which was broken into two sections. The first was…
Are you interested in serving on the Nominating/Resolutions Committee?

The Slope Electric board of directors will appoint the Nominating/Resolutions Committee at their Jan. 31, 2019 board meeting. Each director selects a member from his or her respective county, and those directors who are up for election select an additional…
The Herald E-Edition for 12-7-18

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Water tower raised before Thanksgiving

The moonrise over New England shone a spotlight on the newest feature of the New England skyline. The water tower which had been assembled behind the New England City Hall for months was finally fully erected the night before Thanksgiving.
Elgin CEO named ‘Community Star’ by rural health group

Theo Stoller, CEO of Jacobson Memorial Hospital Care Center and executive director of the Jacobson Memorial Hospital Foundation in Elgin, will appear in the 2018 Community Stars book available on the www.PowerofRural.org website on National Rural Health Day, Nov. 15.…
Regent resident among WIFE Elite

When it comes Homeland Security, Marlene Kouba of Regent is a leader in a national organization. She is one of two recently reelected chairmen in the Women Involved in Farm Economics organization. Staff Report Kouba was reelected at the 42nd…
Local senior wins speech contest

Four New England Public School students participated in the recent oratorical contest sponsored by the city’s American Legion post. Staff Report Senior Eve Stegner won the Nov. 20 American Legion competition, which was broken into two sections. The first was…