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…
Tigers take sixth in Killdeer tournament

After dropping a narrow 49-44 decision to Stanley in the opening round of the 43 rd annual Roughrider tournament, the New England Tigers rebounded with a 52-40 victory over Beulah in the consolation game Dec. 6 in Killdeer. In the…
Grant County pulls away from New England

The Grant County Coyotes jumped out to an early 19-2 lead Friday, leaving the New England Tigers far behind in their season opener. By Brad Mosher The Herald By the end of the game, the lead had grown to 55-31,…
Foundation gives out grants to Mott, Regent

The Mott-Regent foundation committee of Alex Aldinger, Morgan Kouba, Kevin Carvell, Karen Kouba, Linda Swindler, and Bill Gion gave grants to the following to fund in part the following projects, The Hettinger Fair Board – Fair Grounds Garden, City of…
Mott lights up county building for the season

Mott will be lighting up again as it celebrates the Christmas season with its annual Christmas decorating contest in the county building. The winners were decided Dec. 13 but the displays will remain for people to view. The contest was…
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…
Tis the season

  They walked in two by two. Angels. Animals. Kings. They followed the star, both down the aisle and up onto the stage. Brad Mosher The Herald And they also were there for a small Mary and Joseph at the…
Santa makes splash riding fire truck

There may have been lots of things to do at Sunday’s Hometown Holiday celebration in New England. Staff Writer There was a lunch. There were games for the kids. There even was a chance to do Christmas shopping without leaving…
4H creates Christmas ornaments in Mott

Hettinger County 4-H’ers gathered together for fun afternoon of Christmas activity. The event was held on Sunday, Dec. 2 at the Hettinger County Courthouse, 41 members from across the county came to create holiday ornaments. There were three areas that…
Grant County pulls away from Tigers, 54-37

Grant County got what they wanted Nov. 30 on the road with a 54-37 victory over New England – a win. But, it didn’t come easy. By Brad Mosher The Herald The defending state girls basketball champions improved to 2-0…
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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.