City, people glow after dark

  Staff Report Hundreds of people showed up at the old lumberyard in New England, getting covered in colored power, running, walking more than three miles around the city Saturday evening. It was the annual Edward Schwartz Memorial Glow Run.…
Opening Day: Wildfire gridders start season with first practice

Staff Report It was sunny, cool and for the first time this summer, was filled with the sounds of football. Officially, it is football season with the state high school association allowing the first official practice. Mott-Regent/New England coach Nate…
Sunday showers pound county

By Brad Mosher The Herald   It wasn’t a little storm, but it had an impact in Hettinger County when it went through southwestern North Dakota Aug. 10. In some places, there were reports that five inches of rain fell…
The Herald E-Edition for 8-16-19

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New England set to glow Saturday for 5K run

New England will be literally glowing Saturday evening as part of the annual Edward Schwartz Memorial Glow Run 5K. Unlike most 5-kilometer races, the event will be held in the evening starting by the lumberyard behind Hank’s Place off Eighth…
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Counties facing massive social services realignment

By Brad Mosher The Herald   There is going to be some big changes in how Hettinger County handles its social services needs. None will bigger than when the all of the counties in the state must adapt to a…
Mott plans improvements after tornado cleanup

By Brad Mosher The Herald Mott will not only survive, but improve after sustaining millions of dollars in damage from a July 12 EF-1 tornado, according to the city’s mayor. “We haven’t assessed all the issues yet. We are still…
Mott makes disaster declaration

  By Brad Mosher The Herald   It was unanimous. After being pummeled by an EF-1 tornado and windstorms July 12 which caused millions of dollars in property damage, the city council held an emergency meeting Monday to approve a…
Regent’s renaissance festival fades away

By Brad Mosher The Herald It didn’t last long. But for several weekends, there was a little taste of a medieval Camelot in Regent. There will be no more jousting or sword fights behind the Enchanted Castle. The acrobats and…
Kehr gets Dunn County Fair gig

Staff Report The Josh Kehr Band will be the big entertainment draw when the Dunn County Fair opens Aug 30. The North Dakota native grew up in New England and eventually moved to Nashville. But, he won’t be the only…
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National High School Rodeo Championships

      Staff Report Amidon’s Elli Rettinger finished the National High School Rodeo Championships over the weekend, but the New England student had to return with several top 20 finishes in the pole bending competition. Rettinger closed out the…
AFTERMATH:  Residents start on long road to recovery

  By Brad Mosher The Herald   For Jack Griffin and the rest of the residents of Mott, the worst is over. It just might take a little while to fully recover. Griffin was inside when two trees landed on…
City’s Splash Bash cannonballs crowd

    The Splash Bash literally made a big splash July 22 when more than 50 people converged on the New England pool for chance to cool off and get some snacks and food. The Bash started at 5 p.m.…
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