The numbers might be a bit alarming, but for the most part, it hasn’t been that unusual of a flu season, so far – at least in Bowman and the rest of North Dakota.
The Highway 21 Treasure Hunt will be held Friday and Saturday, June 21-22, this year.
From helping a friend with a sore back on her living room floor to a new endeavor in Mott…
The 63rd North Dakota Legislature began Tuesday, Jan. 8th as Governor Dalrymple gave the State of the State Address to a joint session of Congress.
Inmates at the Dakota Women’s Correctional Rehabilitation Center in New England begin asking weeks earlier, “Is Santa coming again this year?
Hettinger County Job Development Authority announces New England Rural Housing has received a Micro-loan from Southwest Rural Economic Area Partnership (SW REAP).
Killian Norton, son of Wanda and Robert Norton, having served our nation in the 3rd Battalion/75th Ranger Regiment during Operation Enduring Freedom, recently separated from the military to continue his education.
Fr. Chad Gion and Fr. Patrick Schumacher were among six priests serving in the Bismarck Diocese who Pope Benedict XVI bestowed the honor of Monsignor at the request of Bishop David D. Kagan.
According to the “Blue Book,” the present structure of the New England Public School was built in 1955.
Keith Witte, a durum producer from rural Regent, N.D., received the United States Durum Growers Association’s (USDGA) 2012 Durum Person of the Year award during the Crop Outlook and International Durum Forum luncheon held Nov. 13 in Minot.
I start my monthly tour of the county offices and step into the Clerk of Courts office at the exact moment, Deputy Clerk Robin Urlich was posting, very sadly, the 100th criminal case in Hettinger County for this year.
Another part of New England’s history is demolished as workers tore down two unused grain elevators.
The American Heart Association reports that a midwest affiliate of The American Heart Association secured $7.1 million in funding to implement Mission Lifeline.
The Ronald McDonald Care Mobile visited the Mott/Regent school and the next week spent time at the New England school to provide dental care to “underserved children” in our school systems.
Mott was well represented in a recent performance of the Bismarck-Mandan Symphony Orchestra, which presented its recent Holiday Pops Concert.
Something exciting is happening at Dickinson State University, where researchers are in the process of digitizing “Everything Roosevelt” for the Theodore Roosevelt Center.