The armory in Hettinger had a much needed and much awaited new sound system put in during the last week at little to no cost.
In what is widely considered to be a mini-state tournament, the East-West tourney boasts of 22 teams from across the state including almost every threat to a state title.
The magical number of 400 in wrestling is a very impressive number.
At about 9:12 p.m. Saturday, the Adams County Sheriff’s Office received a call from BNFS (Burlington Northern Sante Fe Railroad) there had been a derailment about a mile east of…
The Eagles Auxiliary #3102 donated $1,000 to the Hettinger Fire Department.
Second quarter explosion propels Night Hawks
The state Game and Fish Department’s annual Earth Day awareness campaign is accepting entries for design of a 2013 Earth Day patch.
Adams County – full of great people, surrounded by rich farm and ranch land.
If a producer needs to know if his crop needs more nitrogen, John Rickertsen is the go-to person in Hettinger.
In a very thrilling basketball game on Thursday, the Hettinger/Scranton Night Hawks evened their record at .500.
It would be considered a barn burner by some standards
The numbers might be a bit alarming, but for the most part, it hasn’t been that unusual of a flu season, only a little earlier than usual in North Dakota.
The artist who has been the talk of town has stepped forward to explain her decorating of Hettinger with crocheted pieces of art – ranging from a bike, to a…
No special diets, no secret potions, just good genes and “really living” are what Oary Austin attributes to his more than century of life.
There seems to be a pattern for the Night Hawks this season.
After two day of quality wrestling, the HSRTH Night Hawks claimed two individual champions and a strong third place finish.
Christian Roger Steele
Neil Pinnow has taken over ownership of Hausauer Seamless Siding as of Jan. 1.
Hettinger has been “yarn-bombed” over the past few weeks, and it is unknown who the enthusiastic party may be.
Ground has broken for a new grain elevator near Bucyrus off of Highway 12 and the bins are slipped.
They came from Hettinger, Bucyrus, Reeder, Scranton, Bowman, Bison, Buffalo, Lodgepole, Lemmon, Mott, New England and Regent.
The Hettinger School activity bus was destroyed following an accident on Friday, Jan. 13, while on a trip to Dickinson for a boy’s basketball game between Hettinger-Scranton and Dickinson Trinity.