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…
Local basketball camp called a success

  Nearly 90 children showed up for a three-day basketball camp at the Correctional Center gymnasium in New England.   By Brad Mosher The Herald   The event was split into three age groups with third to fifth graders getting…
Be Cautious With Chemicals During Gardening Season

    When a young child gives you a bouquet of dandelions, you may be charmed   By Julie Garden-Robinson, Food and Nutrition Specialist  NDSU Extension  .  However, those yellow-headed weeds dotting lawns mature and emit puffs of seed. These…
DAKOTA DATEBOOK

Belhammer Saves Child written by Merry Helm May 31, 2019 — Gordon Keeney was aboard the steamboat Dakota when he witnessed a dramatic rescue attempt by a burly German immigrant. Seventy-six years later, Keeney’s written account was published in the…
OMDAHL: The Land of Haves and Have Nots

  By Lloyd Omdahl Unknown to most people, there is a relentless struggle in society between those who have and those who have not. A recent Gallup poll, “Majority Rejects Idea of Haves, Have-Nots Divide in U.S,” created the impression…
MRNE find problems in Bismarck

  Staff Report For the athletes from Hettinger County, was the best of times and the worst. Mott-Regent/New England athletes made the long journey to the Bismarck State College track complex for the 2019 State Championships Friday and Saturday. The…
Memories, emotions mark Memorial Day

The Mott American Legion Post celebrated its 100th anniversary Monday. By Brad Mosher The Herald It was a moveable feast for the members of the Taylor-Skarvedt Post 71, their relatives and other members of the Mott and Regent communities. Memorial…
Mott-Regent/New England state track qualifiers

  Mott-Regent/New England state track qualifiers State Qualifiers include: Boys Michael Frank, Jr.-1600 and 3200 M Relays Joseph Harmon, Jr.-400, 1600, and 3200 Relays Jaxon Hewson Jr.-400 M Relay Sam Huether, So.-Discus Gabe Sorenson, Jr.-Discus and 400 M Relay Cody…
Now is the Time to Prevent Crabgrass

    Duaine Marxen  Hettinger County Extension/ANR    Crabgrass is a warm-season annual weed with a wide leaf that can look unattractive to homeowners wanting a healthy lawn, says Esther McGinnis, NDSU Extension horticulturist.  Although the plants die with the…