2017: A Year In Review

January

KB Jewelers celebrated 40 years of business

February

Students, athletes and people in the crowd donned red in support of Abraham Musonda during the double-header on Friday, Feb. 10.

March

After three years with the school district, Hettinger Public School Superintendent Larry Sebastion submitted his resignation at the February school board meeting

April

Darrin Seamands became the new principle.
On Friday, April 29, 2017, representatives of Nostdahl- Liptack Architects, David Parrill Construction and Enercept, Inc. traveled to Hettinger, ND to present the “Agricultural Building of the Year” award to the owners of the West River Veterinary Clinic

May

Western Horizons completes $160,000 renovations

 

High temperatures and low precipitation created dry conditions in Adams County, prompting the county commissioners to sign off on a burn restriction policy.

June

Class of 2017 graduates

July

Babe Ruthers became District 5 Champs
Little League wears blue in support of Ethan Dupper (Coach)

August

Adams County Fair

 

Eclipse

September

After nearly 30 years, the Hettinger High School gymnasium received brand new scoreboards.
102.3 FM opened and stretches across the region

 

Thai Restaurant Opened

October

Dupper’s receive a trip to meet Caron Wentz and the Philadelphia Eagles

November

Governor Burgum came to town

 

Modern Expressions returned to Hettinger

December

New business begins renovation on Main St. Hettinger.

 

Tom and JoAnn Jacobsen invited the community to tour their home, which was decorated with 48 Christmas trees.

 

Rock art movement brings the Hettinger community together.






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