Oil continues to pour out of North Dakota second only to Texas in export of the bubbling crude .
Nine staff members have been accepted into the partnership at Eide Bailly LLP, a regional certified public accounting and business advisory firm.
It’s summer time and that means fair time for Adams County 4-Hers.
The state of North Dakota now ranks second in the country behind Texas in oil production.
There happens to be a road in East Adams County that has been described as “treacherous” at best and it happens to connect with the east-west road named Railway St.…
Danni Beer of Keldron, S.D., was honored Saturday during the annual Lemmon Boss Cowman Rodeo.
Ladies and gentlemen, children of all ages…
North Dakota crime statistics were released recently, and as the population increases in some areas crime may rise.
The Adams Country Record is “live” today with its new Web site, located at www.adamscountyextra.com.
Enjoy some highlights from the 4th of July!
In the summer, when temperatures soar, community blood supplies can evaporate.
As the days become hotter and the thunderstorms bring rain in the evenings, Hettinger is bursting out with blooms all over.
Being hungry and providing for a family led men during the Great Depression to find any kind of work they could.
KILLDEER, N.D. _ North Dakota’s oil economy had crashed, the price of wheat was less than $3 a bushel, and Don and Patricia Hedger were brainstorming about ways they could…
Seven area wrestlers traveled down to Sante Fe, N.M. to wrestle in one of the largest AAU Tournaments in the nation.
After four years of living in Reeder and driving back and forth between the oil fields and Hettinger, Robert and Leann Camirand have purchased Codger’s Bar.
Brian Christopherson officially resigned form the Hettinger School as superintendent and high school principal effective July 1.
Questions about the oil – good, bad and in between, highlighted the town hall meeting sponsored by Vision West ND Thursday evening.
Tuesday Hettinger set a new record for the day, reaching 99 degrees, said Ken Simosko, meteorologist for the National Weather Service in Bismarck.
Businesses, organizations, families and individuals are encouraged to submit entries for the parade.
Dr. Josh Ranum to begin seeing patients July 2.
100 years of continuous service to the Lemmon community and West River Area is an achievement few businesses or professions attain.