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Traill OKs funds for Climax bridge

The Traill County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday voted to spend $80,000 to pay for emergency repairs to the Red River bridge near Climax, Minn.

Source: CP RRV Northern Local news feed | 22 Oct 2018 | 4:57 am CDT

Mayville State University awarded five-year, $2M SIP grant

Officials at Mayville State University recently were notified that the U.S. Department of Education awarded the university a $2.2 million Strengthening Institutions Program (SIP) grant. 

Source: CP RRV Northern Local news feed | 22 Oct 2018 | 4:57 am CDT

City reviewing fee changes for garbage collection

Hillsboro city commissioners are continuing their campaign to upgrade and update city services, processes and policies.

Source: CP RRV Northern Local news feed | 22 Oct 2018 | 4:57 am CDT

Camp in at Century Elementary

Grafton Public School is holding a family reading night “camp-in” at Century Elementary on Tuesday, Oct. 23. All kindergarten through sixth grade families are welcome.read more

Source: CP RRV Northern Local news feed | 22 Oct 2018 | 4:57 am CDT

HHS grad Mueller recently inducted into South Dakota ag teacher hall of fame

Ed Mueller, a retired agricultural education teacher and a 1976 graduate of Hillsboro High School, was inducted into the South Dakota Agriculture Teacher Hall of Fame recently.

Source: CP RRV Northern Local news feed | 22 Oct 2018 | 4:57 am CDT

Residents to offer helping hands on Saturday morning

Hillsboro’s first-ever community day of service is a go this weekend.

Source: CP RRV Northern Local news feed | 22 Oct 2018 | 4:57 am CDT

Marvin recognizes employees

Four Marvin Windows and Doors employees recently celebrated 20 years of service. Pictured at left are, David Staples and Linda Nord and right are Chad Bjorneby and Chad Satterlund. All four employees started working for the company in September 1998, the

Source: CP RRV Northern Local news feed | 22 Oct 2018 | 4:57 am CDT

Navigators of the Week for Oct. 8-12

Grafton Century Elementary Navigators of the Week for Oct. 8-12 are, front from left, Jack Stroh, Azure Burley, Kealyn Fraser, Cadence Kerner, Sheyanne BlackCloud, Diego Sauceda and Jessica Galvan. Back: Addy Espinoza, Emma Kirkeby, Aubrey Tompkins, Paity

Source: CP RRV Northern Local news feed | 22 Oct 2018 | 4:57 am CDT

Third annual Pembina-Walsh youth manufacturing day held

More than 230 seventh grade students from 12 area schools participated in the third annual Pembina-Walsh Manufacturing Day (MFG DAY) event on Wednesday, Oct. 3. Each student visited two manufacturing businesses, received a tour and heard personal stories

Source: CP RRV Northern Local news feed | 22 Oct 2018 | 4:57 am CDT

Hillsboro animal clinic expected to debut Oct. 29

The owner of Walden Veterinary Service expects to open his new animal clinic along Highway 81 in Hillsboro on Monday, Oct. 29.

Source: CP RRV Northern Local news feed | 22 Oct 2018 | 4:57 am CDT

Navigators of the Week for Oct. 1-5

Grafton Century Elementary Navigators of the Week for Oct. 1-5 are, front from left, Greta Beneda, Easton Hansel, Aidan McMillian, Paul Suda, Lia Burns and Julia Heidt. Back: Ty Storey, Kallee Nord, Lexus Garza, Kasiya Munoz, Emma Johner, Angel Molina and

Source: CP RRV Northern Local news feed | 22 Oct 2018 | 4:57 am CDT

Kingsbury on VCSU homecoming court

Valley City State Homecoming queen candidates, front from left, are Taylor Bearinger, Walhalla, Emma Maguire, Detroit Lakes, Minnesota, Kylie Weber, Rugby, Sarah Montecuollo, Valley City, Kadie Anderson, Jamestown and Mackenzie Dietz, Gwinner.read more

Source: CP RRV Northern Local news feed | 22 Oct 2018 | 4:57 am CDT

Surrounding the State in Song

Six sixth-grade students from Minto Elementary School participated in Surround the State in Song in Grand Forks on Saturday, Oct. 13.read more

Source: CP RRV Northern Local news feed | 22 Oct 2018 | 4:57 am CDT

FINDING A TARGET MARKET: HHS grad’s family dons llama pajamas for online Target ads

Krisandra Shimpa isn’t afraid of standing in the spotlight, even in a pair of llama pajamas.

Source: CP RRV Northern Local news feed | 22 Oct 2018 | 4:57 am CDT

Grafton native Swedberg is SHAPE teacher of the year

BY BRITTANY BREVIK Grafton native Leah Swedberg has been named North Dakota Society of Health and Physical Education (SHAPE) Health Teacher of the Year. Swedberg, a 1997 Grafton High School graduate

Source: CP RRV Northern Local news feed | 22 Oct 2018 | 4:57 am CDT