Olin selected to chorus

Alyssa Olin is the Mott/Regent selection for the 2013 North Dakota Music Educators Association All State Mixed Chorus.
Havelock Coal Mine to be reclaimed

The Abandoned Mine Lands Division of the North Dakota Public Service Commission will soon be reclaiming the old coal mine near the ghost town of Havelock, N.D.
Mott Drug becomes Economy Drug

On Feb. 15th Mott Drug will become Economy Drug, with new owner Charles Oien of Elgin taking over as Chief Pharmacist.
Frank honored for his service

Ex-Fire Chief Dave Frank examines his new pin which signifies 35 years of service to the New England Fire Protection Department.
Skylar “Pays it Forward”

As you may recall, the Gion family of Regent organized a Motorcycle Run and fundraiser in early September, 2012 in Regent for Cerebral Palsy and their granddaughter Skylar Lynn, daughter of Liza and Nathan.
Lions bring Santa back

Inmates at the Dakota Women’s Correctional Rehabilitation Center in New England begin asking weeks earlier, “Is Santa coming again this year?
Rural Housing receives REAP Funds

Hettinger County Job Development Authority announces New England Rural Housing has received a Micro-loan from Southwest Rural Economic Area Partnership (SW REAP).
Norton still has his Army Ranger’s six

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.
Well-known priests receive honors

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.