Rather than buy something for herself or hope friends and family might throw her a party, Ruth Moen Jelinek came up with another idea. She called it 60 in 60: My Birthday Project, in which she does one good deed per day for 60 consecutive days leading up to her 60th birthday.
A Park River, N.D., teacher has been charged with two counts of corruption or solicitation of a minor in a case involving a 16-year-old student at Park River High School, according to the Walsh County Sheriff’s Department.
Out to Lunch cafe will be “out to lunch” after Wednesday, unless a buyer for the Main Street business can be found. Julie Johnston, who bought the former Welch’s Café nearly six years ago, said the closing is not the result of sagging sales or population drain. Rather, the problem is a lack of help.
North Dakota state Sen. Joe Miller, 30, was charged last Tuesday in state district court in Grafton, N.D., with speeding, having an open container and being in actual physical control of a motor vehicle while over the legal alcohol limit
A group of 25 Park River-area women has asked the secretary of state for a petition to let voters create a law that would give both parents equal parental rights and decision-making responsibility in a child custody case.
Walsh County is asking the North Dakota attorney general’s office to investigate allegations that the Adams (N.D.) School District has spent district funds illegally prior to the pending reorganization of the Park River and Adams school districts into a new district.
Residents of Walsh County are mourning the death of a prominent surgeon. Dr. Olukayode Samuel Omotunde, a surgeon at First Care Health Center in Park River, N.D., and Unity Medical Center in Grafton, N.D., died unexpectedly Wednesday.
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