The Herald E-Edition for 6-14-19

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Hettinger County pools open

    The pool in New England opened for business June 1. It just took the pool in Mott a little longer. In the case of the Mott pool, the additional wait was caused with by need for parts and…
Mott gets space visitors

  Small pieces of moon rocks and meteorites made a brief visit in Mott June 5 before they returned to Bismarck. By Brad Mosher The Herald They landed at the town’s public library on Third Street and spent an hour…
Broken Brick closes doors for the last time

    Three years ago, it was a restaurant ranked fifth in the state on a list published online. Staff report Now, it is closed. The Broken Brick was on the list with restaurants from Fargo, Grand Forks, Napoleon, Minot,…
D-DAY 75th Anniversary: “A Pure Miracle”

The Friends of Ernie Pyle and the Ernie Pyle World War II Museum, along with Scripps Howard Newspapers are responsible for allowing the reprint of one of Ernie Pyle’s columns during the D-Day invasion in 1944.     By ERNIE…
Mott Library gets space visitors

      By Brad Mosher The Herald   Small pieces of moon rocks and meteorites made a brief visit in Mott June 5 before they returned to Bismarck. They landed at the town’s public library on Third Street and…
The Herald E-Edition for 6-7-19

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Be Cautious With Chemicals During Gardening Season

    When a young child gives you a bouquet of dandelions, you may be charmed   By Julie Garden-Robinson, Food and Nutrition Specialist  NDSU Extension  .  However, those yellow-headed weeds dotting lawns mature and emit puffs of seed. These…
Water tower starts to change – UPDATE

  The green tower in the center of New England has started changing. It may have the color of a caterpillar now, but it will soon be a different color. Workmen are cleaning up and touching up the structure which…
Canadian wildfires leave hazy skies

The massive Canadian wildfires which have burn thousands of acres and forced the evacuation of thousands in several Alberta communities is leaving a mark on North Dakota skies. The light brownish haze has extended into Kansas and Colorado to the…
Highway 21 Treasure Hunt June 21-22

  It’s time to start planning for North Dakota’s largest rummage sale event, the annual Highway 21 Treasure Hunt, scheduled for 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. MT Friday and Saturday, June 21-22.  “Now is the time to start planning your…
MAKING THE GRADE: Fourth quarter Mott-Regent Honor Roll

Mott-Regent Quarter 4 Honor Roll Grade 12 High Honors Baesler, Dillon Thomas Friedt, Breanna Agnes Mayer, Theodore Francis Meier, Madison Alexis Messer, Amber Lynn Riedlinger, Regan Sharon Warner, Alora Dawn   Grade 11 High Honors Anderson, Sydnee Jean Friedt, Karagan…
Alfalfa weevil now active in southwest North Dakota

  Janet J. Knodel  Extension Entomologist     Alfalfa weevil adult and larvae have been reported defoliating alfalfa in Bowman County in southwest ND. Since fairly large larvae are already being observed, eggs probably successfully overwintered in the southwest last year.…
The Herald E-Edition for 5-31-19

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