Tiger jumper Cantwell finishes in top 10

Junior Justin Cantwell—New England’s lone state track qualifier—said that he was just soaking in the experience at the big meet in Bismarck. By COLE BENZ | Herald Editor cbenz@countrymedia.net Cantwell becomes the second Tiger track athlete to compete at the…
Lions playground project underway

Several months ago, the New England Lions club began to raise funds for a new playground at the New England Lions Park.  The very limited amount of funds then available included the money the Girl Scouts club had raised, and…
Region 8 baseball tournament action

In opening round action of the Region 8 baseball tourney Shiloh downed No. 5 Washburn-Wilton-Center-Stanton (WWCS) 2-1. By SHELDON CHRISTENSON For The Herald Jared Baumiller went the distance for the Skyhawks and WWCS starter Braydee Hanson took the loss.  In…
New England inducts four to National Honor Society

The New England chapter of the National Honor Society held their annual induction ceremony on the night of May 3, 2017 at New England High School. By RACHEL BOCK For The Herald During the ceremony four new members were inducted…
Mike Jones to speak at New England Memorial Day services

Area residents are reminded of the annual Memorial Day services on Monday, May 29 at 10 a.m. at the New England Memorial Hall. Speaker at this year’s event will be a current Anton Ulijohn Post 66 member, Mike Jones of…
Hawks get win over Washburn

The Night Hawk baseball team added another important win to their record with a 6-3 victory over Washburn/Wilton/Center-Stanton (WWCS) on May 11. By SHELDON CHRISTENSON For The Herald The Night Hawks struck first in the first inning when Mason Defoe…
Neighbors Both Have a Dog in the Fight

•City ordinances primary issue buried under resident dispute A neighborly feud spilled over from Facebook and into the May city council meeting in New England. After a complaint was made to the authorities over barking dogs, words were thrown around on…
Night Hawks take down No. 1 Beulah

The Night Hawk baseball team had another big victory this season as they knocked off Beulah  3-1, who was previously undefeated in region play.
New England competes in math competition

On Friday, April 21, 16 mathletes in grades fourth through seventh from New England School went to Richardton-Taylor High School to compete in the annual Math Meet Competition. By RACHEL BOCK For The Herald The competition joined together 12 schools…
City, Quam Construction debate penalty solution

The New England City Council met during a special meeting on Thursday, April 13 to discuss possible penalties for Quam construction for a delayed completion of Phase II of the water rehabilitation project.
What a fun EGGstravaganza! (PHOTOS)

Due to the rainy weather this past Saturday afternoon, the annual New England Easter egg hunt had to be moved inside into the Fire Hall, something that hasn’t had to happen in the numerous years of the annual events existence.
Night Hawks drop opener against Dickinson JV

The Dickinson Midgets junior varsity baseball team were the guests for The Night Hawks opening baseball game on April 6.  Two games were played with each game only going five innings.
New England scouts have fun-filled season

The boys that make up the New England Cub Scouts troop 59 have had another exciting year, filled with not only scouting activities, but also giving back to their own community.
2017 Baseball Preview

Spring has sprung and the chalk has been laid. The Hettinger/Scranton/New England baseball team hit the diamond for their first practice on March 20, though the weather has forced them to work partially indoors.
Students from Hettinger County learn about the business of rabbits

On March 15, 2017, the NDSU Hettinger County Extension Office and Juanita Achtenberg, a private rabbitry owner in New Leipzig, ND, conducted Ag in the Classroom presentations in the Mott/Regent elementary and the New England elementary schools with students age…