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Syttende Mai Celebrates Heritage

May 20, 2016 A group of Norwegians and Norski wannabes gathered at the Prairie Village Museum this past Tuesday to celebrate Syttende Mai, literally 'seventeenth May', Norwegian Constitution Day. more »»

Goodies galore

May 13, 2016 In the fall of 2012, Marilyn K. Slaubaugh and her daughters started a bakery in their home on the farm southwest of Wolford. more »»

Storytellers taking stage at museum kick-off

April 15, 2016 What do people do after a good Sunday dinner? They loosen their belts, tip back their chairs, and tell storie. more »»

Proposed Industrial Commission Rules could severely restrict public engagement

April 15, 2016 The North Dakota Industrial Commission held its last public hearing on Thursday in Minot about proposed rule changes in the Oil & Gas Division. more »»

Senechal named Volunteer of the Month

March 25, 2016 Rugby native LaRae Senechal has been named the Rugby Chamber of Commerce's newest Volunteer of the Month. more »»

Roosevelt: North Dakota's President

March 18, 2016 President Theodore Roosevelt was a wealthy, upper-class gentleman from New York City, but North Dakotans have always claimed him as "our president. more »»

Community Service Aims to Serve

February 26, 2016 For individuals who break the law in Pierce County, the Heart of America Community Service Program has, for many years, offered an alternative to a jail sentence. more »»

More Than An Auctioneer

February 19, 2016 This past month Rugby's Mike Ostrem participated in an auctioneering competition, the Greater Midwest Livestock Championship, in Herreid, S. Dak. where he placed eighth out of 24 contestants. more »»

Pastor's Corner: Inheritance

September 11, 2015 The mention of an inheritance is apt to turn our thoughts toward property and possessions, or to simple hard, cold cash. more »»

Remembering 9-11-01

September 11, 2015 As far as I know, I was the only North Dakotan in the part of the Pentagon that was hit on 9/11. Lt. Gen. Jerry Sinn of Minot, who had an office down the hall from me, was away on a trip. more »»

Pastor's Corner: The Importance of Easter

April 2, 2015 On resurrection Sunday we celebrate the fact that God sent His Son as a substitute for our sins. more »»

Pastor's Corner: Remembering one of God’s servants

November 14, 2014 Last Saturday, I had the great honor to attend the graduation ceremony of my father-in-law, Wayne Steinbrecher. By that, I mean his homegoing or funeral, as is more the common ter. more »»

Pastor's Corner: Confess, renounce, find mercy

October 31, 2014 A young man that I know wanted to be a war hero badly. He would volunteer for combat duty in Iraq, but for one reason or another, he never got selected. more »»

Pastor's Corner: Knowing the Shepherd

October 17, 2014 The story is told of a famous orator who was the guest at a special gathering where he received many requests to recite favorite excerpts from various literary work. more »»

Pastor's Corner

October 3, 2014 Following the Good Shepherd I recently had the opportunity to preach through Psalm 23. It is a psalm that many of us are very familiar with; some might even have it memorized. more »»

Pastor's Corner: The church backstory

August 29, 2014 A recent article by Pastor Nathan Steen spoke about the benefits of church attendance. I will add to his message some of the "back story" of what the Church is. more »»

Pastor's Corner: A new creation in Christ

August 22, 2014 Before becoming a believer in Jesus Christ, I didn't understand the meaning of being "born again". Much like Nicodemus, the Pharisee, it was very confusing to me. more »»

Pastor's Corner: Why go to church?

August 15, 2014 We've all heard excuses for not going to church. Here are some you may have heard, and maybe even used yourself: "It's my only day to sleep in." "I just didn't feel like going. more »»

Whiskey Rebellion in Ellery Park

August 10, 2014 Williston-based band Whiskey Rebellion entertained area crowds at Ellery Park Wednesday evening. more »»



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