As visitors and guests enter the lobby, they are greeted by a large fireplace, with tall backed throne-like chairs and knights guarding the realm.
Imagine finding yourself in a situation you never dreamed of – standing on the steps of a women’s shelter with absolutely nothing but the clothes you have on your back.
Voters in Hettinger County will have the opportunity to vote, for or against, the county’s adoption of a ‘Home Rule Charter’ in the Nov. 6 election.
A tiny dot on a map, a quaint little farm town with some houses and a church that when driving through is there and gone in a blink.
St. Vincent’s Catholic Church of Mott was the scene for Fr. Charles “Chuck” Zins to celebrate his 35th year since ordination to the priesthood.
A typical mid-October early morning in New England sees many mothers waking their sleepy toddlers, feeding them breakfast and hurriedly getting them ready for school.
Registered voters will have an opportunity to act on five state measures during the Nov. 6 general election.
Katherine Louise (Wagendorf) Heise of Sentinel Butte celebrated her 90th birthday Sept. 30th at the former Golf Club building in Dickinson.
Back row, from left: Keagon Kindt, Maria Geerts and Makenna VanLishout.
The Enchanted Castle at the south end of the Enchanted Highway in Regent was the site of some very encouraging words from three candidates vying for positions in public office.
Four officials of Hettinger County held the spotlight Sept. 25th during a Public Panel Forum in the American Legion Hall of Regent.
Charlotte Miller, daughter of Charles and Tina Miller, met Alex Aldinger, son of Al and Patty Aldinger of Glendive, Mont. while attending the University of Mary.
What began a decade ago with 10 women around a table has become a day of 450 women from three states coming together to spend a day celebrating simply being female.
Enjoy our photo gallery of the Mott-Regnet Wildfire Homecoming Parade
Noah Madler, age six and Gage Madler, age four sons of Greg and Kristi Madler of New England decided to follow their dad’s footsteps and go into Motocross at an early age.
Jeremy and Holly Ottmar, living in Bismarck, had a dream of coming home.