Shooting Sports shows off safety, fun

  Staff Report   More than 20 children visited the Slope County Fairgrounds and got a bang out of it. Literally. The fairgrounds was being used for a Slope County 4-H Outdoor Skills Camp which focused on the shooting sports,…
Dakota West makeover brings changes

  There is something new about Dakota West Credit Union in New England.   By Brad Mosher The Herald The customers may have already noticed the upgrade recently in the credit union’s online site. According to Todd Hickel, the agriculture…
Highway rummage route brings in treasure hunters

    The 21st annual Highway 21 Treasure Hunt may have been a hundred-mile rummage sale which spread from Carson to New England. It also was more than just a regional event according to some, drawing people from other countries,…
TOWERING TIGER: School mascot looms over city

The tallest Tiger in town towers over the city of New England now.   By Brad Mosher The Herald The mascot for the New England Public School now faces the campus to the north, while the name of the city…
The Herald E-Edition for 6-28-19

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Amidon’s Rettinger earns trip to Nationals

  Rhame’s Cashae McGee placed second in the Breakaway Roping competition at the North Dakota High School Rodeo Association to be one of the top local finisher at the State Finals over the weekend. The top four finishers qualified for…
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FFA State Convention

  Eve Stegner and Brenna Wert Chapter Reporters As the New England FFA chapter reporter, it is my job to inform the public of our chapter activities and share our experiences with the town. However, because I (Eve Stegner) graduated…
Mott gets space visitors

  Small pieces of moon rocks and meteorites made a brief visit in Mott June 5 before they returned to Bismarck. By Brad Mosher The Herald They landed at the town’s public library on Third Street and spent an hour…
Broken Brick closes doors for the last time

    Three years ago, it was a restaurant ranked fifth in the state on a list published online. Staff report Now, it is closed. The Broken Brick was on the list with restaurants from Fargo, Grand Forks, Napoleon, Minot,…
D-DAY 75th Anniversary: “A Pure Miracle”

The Friends of Ernie Pyle and the Ernie Pyle World War II Museum, along with Scripps Howard Newspapers are responsible for allowing the reprint of one of Ernie Pyle’s columns during the D-Day invasion in 1944.     By ERNIE…
Mott Library gets space visitors

      By Brad Mosher The Herald   Small pieces of moon rocks and meteorites made a brief visit in Mott June 5 before they returned to Bismarck. They landed at the town’s public library on Third Street and…