After seven years of riding the waves, Jill Anderson leaving KNDC, radio business
When people think about being champions of anything they must first understand that they have to be dedicated to the endeavor of which they plan to excel.
It was a heartbreaking way to end the season for the Night Hawk boys basketball team.
Author’s Note: Keith Jackson, Physical Training Coach, stopped me at the post office awhile ago to inform me that Dorothy Becker broke a state record in the Grand Master Division…
National FFA Week was celebrated at Hettinger Public School the week of Feb. 20.
Hettinger/Scranton beats Oakes to win state duals
Q&A With Ronda Schauer
The Bowman County Bulldogs and the Glen Ullin-Hebron Bearcats will be playing for the championship of Region 7, and a spot in the state Class B tourney.
Hawks get big win over visiting Mott-Regent.
The Adams County 4-H Livestock judging teams traveled to Fargo for the Little “I” Livestock Judging contest held on NDSU campus on Friday, Feb. 10. Then attended the contest in…
After taking the number one seed in the Region 4 dual tourney they duplicated the feat by also winning the individual region tourney at Beulah on Feb. 11.
It was your typical barnburner game as the Hettinger-Scranton Night Hawks took on the Bowman County Bulldogs in their own dog house.
The positive power of social media on display by overflow of red in the crowds, and on the court
Hettinger/Scranton is sending another athlete to the collegiate level.
Night Hawks wrestling coach gets record-setting dual win
After 30 years of guiding the community through their financial questions, Dennis Freed of Ameriprise has decided it’s time to retire.
How Ted and Sheri Uecker’s path was the road less traveled
Lyle Haberstroh said it’s time to let the young guys take over, after 35 years ago he has retired from the Hettinger Fire Department.
•Lack of interest shows state of Democratic Party in North Dakota
Lady Hawks use big second half to overcome dismal first half performance
KB Jewelers has stood the test of time while downtown Hettinger faced rotating business presence
The Night Hawk girl’s basketball team opened region play with a disappointing 58-48 loss to Glen Ullin-Hebron on Jan. 5.