Ray On August 8,h supper guests at the Carla Hodenfield home were Stephen Crabtree of Morris, Minnesota, Todd and Alan Hodenfield of Morris, Minnesota and Ortonville, Minnesota along with Brandon Hauge. A Back to School Night was held at Ray Public School on Tuesday. Hot dogs, chips, and drinks were also provided at a picnic in the Ray School parking […]
NW UNITED LUTHERAN PARISH Revs. Zach and Emily Shipman Concordia-Crosby Ambrose, Calvary – Alamo Grace-Wildrose Sundays – 9 a.m. worship at Concordia and Grace; Worship will also be broadcast on facebook.com/NWULP during Concordia’s worship time, and will be uploaded to NWULP’s You- Tube channel following worship service at Concordia. 11 a.m. worship at Ambrose and Calvary. CATHOLIC CHURCH MASS St. […]
10 years ago Wednesday, August 15, 2012: “Working together,” Crosby Parks Director Bob Gillund said, is the idea behind a conference committee that will work out language for the park board’s proposed 1 percent sales tax. The committee consists of city council members Omar Coston, Wayne Benter, and Mayor Les Bakken. They’re joined by Brenda Casteel and John Andrist, representing […]
Kya is an abandoned girl who raised herself to adulthood in the dangerous marshlands of North Carolina. For years, rumors of the “Marsh Girl” haunted Barkley Cove, isolating the sharp and resilient Kya from her community. Drawn to two young men from town, Kya opens herself to a new and startling world; but when one of them is found dead, […]
Magnuson retires from NCC Linda Magnuson, a member of Northwest Communications Cooperative’s office and custodial staff, retired on Aug. 1, the co-op announced. Magnuson has worked for the cooperative for 33 years in those roles. She is excited to spend more time with her grandkids and relaxing. Maguson resides in Ray with her husband, Steve.
Tioga theater needs help The Tioga Theater will be closed for four to six weeks for a second phase of renovations but is expected to reopen by mid- September. “We like to see people proud of the theater, and we’re really excited to bring these changes to the community,” said Joy Sparks, a member of the theater board. “We’re able […]
Ten Years Ago The water crisis in Ray, Tioga, Stanley, and Wildrose is coming to a close. With the new R&T Water plant operating for a little over a week, the outlook looks optimistic. Once completely on line and kinks worked out, it will be able to produce 2 million gallons per day, compared to the 1.2 million that the […]
Monday, August 15 Tioga American Legion Auxillary Unit 139 meeting, 1:30 p.m., Legion Club.
Border towns lose business Despite repeated complaints from Gov. Doug Burgum, many U.S.-Canadian border crossings across the state continue operating under reduced hours implemented for the pandemic. Business owners like Deb Glasoe at Bootleggers bar and grill in Noonan are not happy. “Business is down about 50 percent,” Glasoe said. “We used to get a lot of Canadian business for […]
HOTR Champions Ride August 8, 2022 — For nearly 60 years, Home On The Range (HOTR) at Sentinel Butte has been helping troubled, neglected and abused children turn their lives around. This unique ranch home, on the edge of the beautiful North Dakota Badlands, gives these children calming solitude and time with nature. Combined with structure, guidance, spirituality, hard work […]