The Herald E-Edition for 10-18-19

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Early snows give winter warning

  Staff Report It was only a small sample Oct. 3, but North Dakotans got a preview that winter is fast approaching –even in the first week of October. And the second wave is hitting in the second week of…
Titans overpower Tigers at net in sweep

By Brad Mosher The Herald Dickinson Trinity used a power game to overpower the New England Tigers in a home volleyball game Tuesday. The visiting Titans won in three, holding off the Tigers on the first set by a 25-20…
Wildfire football moves final home game to Monday

Staff Report The Mott-Regent/New England Wildfire will play its final home contest of the season Monday afternoon when the team hosts the Napoleon/Gackle-Streeter Imperials in a 5 p.m. contest in Mott. It will also be senior night for the Wildfire.…
The Herald E-Edition for 10-11-19

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Hettinger-Scranton rallies for Badlands Youth Football title

By Brad Mosher The Herald Bowman struck first in the title game of the Badlands Youth Football League playoffs. But Hettinger-Scranton’s Micah Kilzner tied the game up with 4:33 left before halftime, making it 6-6 on the scoreboard at Reinkiller…
Unbeaten Bulldogs hold off Tigers for 3-2 win

By Brad Mosher The Herald New England stunned visiting undefeated Bowman County by winning the first set (25-23) Tuesday in front of a home crowd. Later, down 2-1, the Tigers rallied to tie it at 2-2 and force a fifth…
Hettinger County still has long list of bridge problems

– First in a Series – By Brad Mosher The Herald   New England has a bridge which may need to be closed for repairs in the near future. The Main Street bridge which crosses the Cannonball River just north…
The Herald E-Edition for 10-4-19

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Facebook, Silver Alert helps find missing woman

By Brad Mosher The Herald The saga of Clara Mae Braun started Sept. 16 when her relatives could not find her or her 2012 Chrysler 300 in South Dakota. Days later she was found in a rural section of Hettinger…
Tigers battle regional rivals

  By Brad Mosher The Herald New England needed a last minute rally to pull out a three-set win over visiting Grant County volleyball squad Thursday at home. The Tigers won 25-22, 25-21 and 28-26 over the Region 5 foe.…
The Herald E-Edition for 9-27-19

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Daktana 2019

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New England nets sweeping win over Cowboys

By Brad Mosher The Herald The Tigers came to Killdeer Sept. 12 in a continuous North Dakota rainstorm, but New England left the Cowboys high and dry with a strong 3-0 win. The visitors started with a 25-15 win in…
Last second score burns visiting Clippers, 18-13

By Brad Mosher The Herald Mott-Regent/New England pulled out an 18-13 win over Strasburg-Zeeland Friday with a touchdown in the final minute in the Mott homecoming game. Sam Heuther drove into the end zone from two yards out with 41…
Reunions fill local hall, hallways

  Staff Report Some New England graduates got their first chance to see their old school over the weekend as two groups of former Tigers celebrated their 20th and 50th reunions. According to one of the organizers, Daryl Jung, the…