Planting crops near his home between South Heart and Belfield wasn’t in the cards this year for Daryl Zarak. A brain injury from an ATV accident in December has kept Zarak from being able to do much on the farm.
BELFIELD — The Belfield City Council welcomed Travis Carlson to the city’s police department at a special meeting Wednesday at City Hall. “I’ve heard good things from the new guys you’ve hired,” Carlson told the council.
Learning from the trials and tribulations of communities north of Interstate 94, a number of southwestern North Dakota cities are preparing for a future that could bring more people spilling over from the Bakken oil play.
RURAL BELFIELD — As Kurt Kordon, co-owner of Northern Plains Erosion Control LLC, was driving down the road he noticed the straw wattles — long, thin straw bales seen in the ditches and medians along the interstate — and figured the demand for them would be high with the large amount of road construction in the area.
Inside out. It’s the game plan Dickinson Trinity head boys basketball coach Gregg Grinsteinner has been preaching to his team all season. In order for the Titans to be successful, the coach feels they must go to their post players early to open up the perimeter game.
Retired Belfield farmer Anton (Tony) Heck has witnessed a century of America’s history. He was born Feb. 17, 1913 — the same year Woodrow Wilson was elected president, the U.S. Postal Service began parcel post deliveries and the United States introduced an income tax.
Belfield Police Department Officer Steve Byrne, right, helps Belfield first-grader Kadi Marsh put her fingerprints on paper at the Belfield Community Health Fair at the St. Bernard’s Parish Center in Belfield on Wednesday.
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