Hettinger County may stay in deep freeze for longer

New England, Mott and the rest of Hettinger County will have to keep bundled up a while longer, according to weather forecasts. By Brad Mosher The Herald Although it will be slightly warmer for the next few weeks, the temperatures…
Tariffs, trade wars still impact North Dakota farmers

There may be some changes in the near future which could help an agriculture industry hit hard recently by tariffs and trade wars, according to a crops economist and marketing specialist from North Dakota State University. By Brad Mosher The…
Nordby wins WDA title, goes to state as top seed

New England picked up a championship Feb. 9 when senior Tate Nodby won his 160-pound title in the WDA championship tournament at Turtle MountainCommunity High School. The senior from Amidon also helped the Dickinson wrestling team to upset perennial favorite…
Tigers beat Cowboys, fall to Titans

Visiting New England ended a three-game Killdeer winning streak Monday by a 56-45 margin. The loss put the Cowboys in a tie for eighth place with Mott-Regent in the standings. By Brad Mosher The Herald The victory put the Tigers…
Hot Rebel leads Tigers to wins over Ranchers, Cowboys

Aiden Rebel’s 28-point effort Tuesday helped the Tigers pull away for a 67-57 non-conference win over visiting Harding County. The two teams were tied after the first quarter and the Tigers barely clawed out a one-point lead at halftime (32-31).…
The Herald E-Edition for 2-15-19

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Country Neighbors – Winter 2019

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Grosz wins NDFB Discussion meet

Rachel Grosz of Mott, N.D. won the NDFB Young Farmer and Rancher Discussion Meet at the Farm and Ranch Conference, Jan. 25-26, in Bismarck at the Ramada. The Discussion Meet is an exchange of ideas and information from participants on…
Local students win state contest

Natalie Wiesinger of the Mott/Regent Public School was the second place winner in a recent statewide contest entitled “Thank a farmer or rancher and tell about a product they raise”. Marlene Kouba Jaycia Thomas also of Mott/Regent Public School received…
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Polar vortex brings snow, ice, danger

Winters in North Dakota can be deadly. That is the warning Dunn County Emergency Management’s Denise Brew has issued online with the forecast of a series of strong storms dropping temperatures to dangerous levels in the near future. By Brad…
Tigers run over Raiders in blowout

The Raiders from Richardton-Taylor struck first and fast Monday. It took just three seconds to take the lead over New England in the Tigers’ gym and the visitors held the lead for almost three minutes. When Molly Rayhorn sank a…
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Wildfire senior bounces Cowboys, 48-43

Thanks to a 23-point effort from senior Bree Friedt, the Wildfire pulled out a narrow 48-43 victory over visiting Killdeer in the friendly confines of Mott Armory. By Brad Mosher The Herald After holding a 23-17 halftime lead, the Wildfire…
High-speed pursuit on Highway 22

Ty Collins was the subject of an alleged high-speed pursuit on Thursday, January 17th. Adams County law enforcement responded to an “all units” call from the state radio dispatch that reported a high-speed pursuit of a red Chevy Colorado pickup…
New England makes impact in Bismarck prison debate

The state legislature wasn’t prepared for the size of New England’s response to a plan which would close the Dakota Womens Correctional Rehabilitation Center. By Brad Mosher The Herald The small rural city along the northern edge of Hettinger County…