With great anticipation and excitement, family and friends lined up outside of the Roberts-Reinke Auditorium Saturday, March 21 waiting for the unveiling of this year’s prom. By Amy Wolf…
Another great State Class B Basketball Tournament in Bismarck. And glad to see it back in Bismarck after a far too long absence!
Furthering its commitment to delivering strong community journalism, The Adams County Record’s parent company Country Media has installed a new editor at its Hettinger publication.
Monday, March 23 was a day filled with good-spirited competition as it marked yet another annual Quiz Bowl in Lemmon, South Dakota. Eight schools competed including Hettinger, along with their…
Eleanor Rixen, 89, Mott, North Dakota, passed away Sunday, March 15, 2015 at Sanford off Sunset Care Center, Mandan.
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Kat Perkins is coming home.
This match came down to a missed opportunity. In a game decided by one point, Heart River’s Seth Keator stepped over the lane line during a free throw attempt late…
I apologize for not having a column in last week’s paper as I got caught up in the Region 7 boys basketball tourney and totally spaced it out.
Put this one in the books as a game to remember. The New England Tigers faced off against the Hettinger/Scranton Nighthawks for a chance at the Region 7 championship.
The Office of the North Dakota State Treasurer announced last week that it distributed the $298 million in “surge” funding for cities and townships in oil and non-oil producing counties.
It was a tale of two halfs. Hettinger-Scranton came out with a hustling and relentless defense, and some good shooting.
Hettinger-Scranton jumped out to a 24-9 first quarter lead and continued to build on that lead as they downed the Beach Buccaneers 82-45 in their region play-in game.
Results from the first round of the Region 7 Tournament are as follows: