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Body found confirmed as Haider: Private investigators helped find man who went missing May 2012 in Dickinson
Fallen search dog found missing, alive and dead
Quiet comfort: Hospital’s dialysis unit completes move to new location
For the health of it: Vet assistant, horse-crazy trainer opens animal health supplies store
Teacher salary negotiation remains at an impasse
crime and courts
nation and world
EPA releases alternative fuel requirement plan for this year, next year: Some say its cave-in to Big Oil
N.D. ‘Large trigger’ oil tax cut won’t take effect
Minnesota tribe plans Sandpiper public hearing
Landowner participation looms over hearing on Dakota Access Pipeline
OPEC sees rivals boosting oil output despite weak prices
Honoring America's veterans: Memorial Day a time to remember a Vietnam War hero
Patrick Hope: U Canton touch this
Jackie Hope: Spring cleaning: One project inevitably leads to another
Service to country during wartime: Jim Fisher recalls tour of duty in Vietnam
Dance studio to present recital
Grafton plays spoiler to Vikings
Dullum, West Fargo handle Lions
Roesler supplies winner, Squirrels reach title game
Camels edge Blue Jays for win
Holten: A new North Dakota hero
Other Views: Making the conservative case for Amtrak
Ness: Lifting ban on oil exports will lift state, nation
Letter: Applauding Heitkamp’s efforts to allow oil exports
Other Views: Bill aims to reduce sex trade
Andrew "Andy" Kostenko
June 3, 2014
Opdahl, Schmidt up for New England mayor
NEW ENGLAND — New England residents will vote for a new mayor on June 10, with incumbent Marty Opdahl facing off against city council member Allen Schmidt. Opdahl, who first took office in June 2010, has overseen New England while its population increased by hundreds during the...
news / local
June 3, 2014 - 11:45pm
May 29, 2014
Roadwork season begins in western ND
By Mike Hricik firstname.lastname@example.org State officials say 2014 could be North Dakota’s biggest year for roadwork. This summer brings...
news / north dakota
May 29, 2014 - 11:41pm
Update: Parts of Dunn, Mercer and Adams counties added to severe thunderstorm warning
Portions of Adams, Dunn, Mercer, Slope, Stark and Hettinger counties are in a severe thunderstorm warning, according to the Nation Weather Service At approximately 3:30 p.m., a severe thunderstorm was located 8 miles south of New England moving northeast at 25 mph. Another thunderstorm...
news / north dakota
May 29, 2014 - 4:49pm
May 12, 2014
New England teacher retiring after 30 years
NEW ENGLAND — After a celebrated 30-year career, partially devoted to teaching children about the joys of the tropical rainforest, New England Elementary School teacher Judy Johnson is retiring — reluctantly. “I could have retired several years ago, but I just didn’t want...
news / education
May 12, 2014 - 7:48pm
May 10, 2014
Recreating recreation: New England aims to rebuild golf course
NEW ENGLAND — An old clubhouse, signs and the few tattered hole flags still standing serve as a reminder of what was once the New England Golf Course. At this point, it’s basically a pasture without livestock. Unmaintained for several years, the nearly 60-year-old course has...
news / local
May 10, 2014 - 11:21pm
May 9, 2014
Nordby earns 4-H scholarship
Hannah Nordby of New England High School was recently awarded a $300 scholarship through the North Dakota 4-H Foundation. Ten 4-H members throughout the state were honored. Applicants submitted answers to questions about types of knowledge they gained from 4-H projects and leadership...
news / agriculture
May 9, 2014 - 12:48am
May 6, 2014
New England bars are closing later: City passes ordinance to keep 2 pubs open until 2 a.m.
NEW ENGLAND — New England is now southwest North Dakota’s only town that allows its bars to stay open later — all two of them. Last month, the New England City Council quietly approved extended hours for the bars, allowing them to stay open until 2 a.m. rather than 1 a.m....
news / local
May 6, 2014 - 4:59pm
April 11, 2014
Area man killed in late-night tractor rollover
NEW ENGLAND — A Dickinson man was killed Friday morning in a farm-related accident, according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol. Kyle Binstock, 29, was traveling in a 2014 Challenger tractor being driven by his cousin, Justin Binstock, 35, on 51st St. SW about 9 miles north...
news / local
April 11, 2014 - 5:06pm
March 22, 2014
A legendary comeback: Benefit for Nate Schatz draws local support after autumn accident almost took his life
NEW ENGLAND — At a fundraising event Saturday that acted as a type of comeback party, Nate Schatz could barely sit down at The B.A. for a few minutes without a friend or family member stopping by to say hello and give him a hug. “It’s a little overwhelming for me,” Nate said....
news / local
March 22, 2014 - 8:53pm
March 8, 2014
New England school sees new front, classrooms, library
NEW ENGLAND — They’ve had to deal with construction during the school year, but it’s pretty unanimous for those at New England Public School: it was worth it. A $1.7 million expansion to the school includes bright and colorful new fifth- and sixth-grade rooms, a new ITV room,...
March 8, 2014 - 11:29pm
The B.A.R. strives to be ‘town’s bar’ in New England: Volunteers, local businessman help bowling alley owner start new business
NEW ENGLAND — Steve LaFramboise had a nice little thing going inside his bowling alley. He had turned a small corner section of The B.A. restaurant into a bar and lounge area where bowlers could gather. It turned into the place to go in New England for those wanting to socialize...
March 8, 2014 - 11:24pm
Storefront renovation to bring 2 businesses, apartments to New England
NEW ENGLAND — One project in the revitalization of downtown New England is moving along well, and has a dress shop as a confirmed tenant. That store will open sometime this month, said Harold Maershbecker, who owns the Main Street building and is heading up construction. The upper...
March 8, 2014 - 11:21pm
Tumbling along: Homey New England laundromat nears 1-year anniversary
When searching for new business possibilities a couple of years ago, Vivian Hernadez suddenly had a light-bulb idea. “I was thinking about doing some sort of cleaning business and it just came to me in the middle of the night,” Hernandez said. “We used to have a laundromat...
March 8, 2014 - 11:18pm
February 19, 2014
Authorities looking for New England burglary culprit
NEW ENGLAND — Hettinger County Sheriff Sarah Warner said Wednesday that her office is on the lookout for those responsible for a pair of break-ins in New England last weekend. With the North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation assisting, Warner said the investigation into...
news / crime and courts
February 19, 2014 - 2:24pm
February 8, 2014
Emergency Services Center ‘huge’ for New England: 11,000 square-foot facility to house fire, ambulance set to open in April
NEW ENGLAND -- All it takes is one look inside the New England Fire and Ambulance Hall to see the small town could use a better facility. Packed like sardines into a 40-foot long by 80-foot wide steel building on the town's Main Street are two ambulances and five fire trucks of...
February 8, 2014 - 11:16pm