STAFF BLOG IN THE SPIRIT Four hands to make beautiful music
For me, nothing sends shivers during a worship service likefour hands playing together two on organ and two onpiano. The Baptists have been doing this for a good long while and others are coming arou... Posted on 9/20/13 at 5:16 PM
THE DULLUM FILE Relaying Thanks
I don't know why exactly but I've always felt comfortable in Grafton. Never more so than tonight. Even when the lights went outduring yet another downpour while I was speaking at the opening ceremonie... Posted on 6/7/13 at 9:25 PM
STAFF BLOG COMPASS POINTS WITH BRAD DOKKEN Disabled veterans to hunt deer Thursday and Friday at Camp Grafton
The annual deer hunt for disabled veterans is scheduled for Thursday and Friday at Camp Grafton near Devils Lake. Seven veterans have registered for this years hunt, the North Dakota National Guard ... Posted on 11/16/11 at 10:22 AM
Frustrated by diminishing prospects of federal funding for a proposed $42 million flood diversion project, officials in Grafton, N.D., want to design a smaller program that could provide some protection and reduce the city’s flood plain footprint.
Grafton, N.D., residents approved a $14 million bond issue to build a new $19 million Century Middle School on Thursday. The unofficial vote was 687 for and 177 against. The results will not be official until the canvassing board meets Oct. 9.
Kevin Bonham and Justin Glawe
, October 03, 2013
The former Developmental Center in Grafton, N.D., has a new name. The Life Skills and Transition Center will hold a community open house next Tuesday to celebrate the name change, which became official July 1.
For more than three weeks, Jaime Villarreal had been kept off the pitching mound due to a right elbow that was bothering the 18-year-old. When a state championship was on the line, however, there was no question who would be on the mound.
Grafton’s Jamie Villarreal knew the role he wanted to play. Jamie Villarreal ripped a walk-off single in the seventh inning to score the game-winning run and keep Grafton in the winner’s bracket with a 6-5 win over Beulah at the North Dakota Class B American Legion state baseball tournament.
BEULAH, N.D. – Grafton got the bats rolling Wednesday.
Christian Lunde had two doubles and a triple and Garek Droog homered to pace Grafton to a 10-6 win over Enderlin at the North Dakota Class B American Legion state baseball tournament at Goldmann Field.
Glenn Pursley, Forum News Service
, August 01, 2013
A year ago, Zak Hernandez and Hunter Baldwin were pitching in the N.D. Babe Ruth state baseball tournament. Another 15-year-old, Adam Mach, was splitting his time between Babe Ruth and American Legion baseball. Last week, that trio of 16-year-olds was pitching Grafton to berth in the N.D. Class B American Legion state tournament.
Red River Regional Council Executive Director Julius Wangler of rural Grafton, N.D., is retiring and the group said it plans to honor him at an open house 1 to 3 p.m. July 18 at the Walsh County Courthouse.
With local residents still cleaning up from three spring floods — the last of which resulted in an estimated $2 million in damage to private and public property in Grafton alone — city officials pressed Sen. Heidi Heitkamp Tuesday to bring permanent flood protection to the community.
The Spoilers finished second last month in the North Dakota Class B high school baseball tournament. Now that group enters the American Legion season with additional players from nearby St. Thomas and Minto, communities that don’t have Legion teams.
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