2023-03-24 E-Edition

Spring starts?

After snow, winds close roads, travel for days in North Dakota

It may not have been a good sign of approaching Spring when North Dakota was closed for several days – literally. In North Dakota, secondary and township roads remain closed in many areas of the state after days of gusty winds drifted loose snow over roadways blocking them or making them nearly impassable. The state has survived a recent series […]

Amidon goes green for pancakes

The Emerald Isle arrived in Amidon – again – for St. Patrick’s Day. Lebanon Lutheran Church brought a bit of the Irish out Sunday evening with its annual Sausage and Pancake fundraiser. But the eggs were not green. The church in Amidon transformed itself for two hours, drawing more than 150 people in for a meal of scrambled eggs, sausage […]

Shirley Louise Moseley

Shirley Louise Moseley was born on a farm outside of Newell, SD to Arvo and Evelyn (Lahonan) Teppo, the 3rd of 6 children. She grew up in a community of Finnish immigrants where Finnish was spoken first and English was learned while attending country school. Shirley graduated from Newell High School in 1955 having worked for her board and room […]

Kent Gordon Kromarek

Kent Gordon Kromarek passed away peacefully on Sunday, March 12, 2023. Born to Frank and Inez (nee Simonson) Kromarek on April 24, 1944. Kent was raised on a cattle farm in Scranton, ND, with his five siblings: Daniel (Dwynne), Janice (Butch) Patterson, Larry (Sharon), Wayne, Bonnie (Daniel) Dacar, David and Karen. After graduating as high school class president in 1962, […]

Area Deaths

Leo Sterns, 92, Ekalaka, MT, Mar. 15 Donna Fae Lewis, 83, Ekalaka, MT, Mar. 10 Lennice Parker, 88, Lemmon, SD, Mar. 14 Marian E. Giannonatti, 87, Ludlow, SD, Mar. 11 Goldie F. Schaaf, 93, Bowman, ND, Mar. 13

News from the Walking X Ranch

Calving time sprint

The share deal I had with a neighboring place was a nice situation for both them and me. They lived out of state but planned to move back to the place upon his retirement. They had me buy cows for them, then I took care of them. I spent their money frugally and had bought some cows out of Montana […]

North Dakota Outdoors

Elk, moose, bighorn sheep applications online

Elk, moose and bighorn sheep applications are available online at the North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s website, gf.nd.gov. The deadline for applying is March 29. A total of 603 elk licenses are available to hunters this fall, an increase of 40 from last year. Licenses in units E1E and E1W increased due to a stable to increasing elk population. […]

Veterans, spouses honored with March 29 meals

As part of a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the end of the Viet Nam War, all veterans and spouses will be getting a free breakfast at Kruger’s Kitchen March 29. If they are still hungry, another donation has allowed the restaurant to serve both lunch and dinner to local veterans and their spouses Bruce and Gwenn Jones will […]

North Camp Crook News

We are still having March madness as far as the weather is concerned, but a much better week over-all. Many of the neighbors are in full swing of calving and/or lambing. Baby calves are cropping up all over in the calving pastures. They loved the warm sunshine, Sunday. Most of them are furry little rascals, quite prepared for the weather […]