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Esther Gordon celebrated her 100th birthday Saturday, Sept. 29. Gordon, a retired teacher and resident of CHI St. Francis Health in Breckenridge, Minnesota, sat down with Daily News Media. CHI St. Francis is home for Gordon, a place where many of the staff have known or learned from the long…

The annual Law Enforcement and First Responders Appreciation Lunch Grill-Out, a Wahpeton staple since 2016, was celebrated Wednesday, Sept. 26. Host Tom Hurst, Wahpeton, enjoyed an afternoon of friendship and a Texas-style barbecue with members of the Wahpeton Police Department, Richland Cou…

It seems like every week North Dakota State College of Science ends up in a tight defensive battle. Their most recent low-scoring affair took two overtimes to settle, with NDSCS nabbing a 21-14 road win against Mesabi Range Community & Technical College on Saturday, Oct. 20. It was the f…

Already out of the playoff picture, Wahpeton knew their Saturday, Oct. 20 home game against winless Watford City, North Dakota, was their chance to send the seniors off on a high note. The Huskies capitalized on the opportunity and wrapped up their season with a 48-8 whooping of the Wolves.

Playing varsity as an underclassman is a tough feat and it’s always encouraging to have a few guys that can get on the field as sophomores. In their 6-2 regular season, seven different 10th graders have been difference makers for the Cowboys. Breckenridge coach Chad Fredericksen admitted the…

Jan Ketterling, a local psychologist, participated in the Region 2 American Quarter Horse Championship show last weekend in Rapid City, South Dakota. Her horse, No Doubt Ima Loper, was awarded the Grand Champion award in three events: Amateur Performance Geldings, Open Performance Geldings a…

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The ability for a simple horse to drastically change lives is being witnessed daily at Ricigliano Farms. Since its inception last year, children and adults have been positively impacted through riding lessons and most recently through equine assisted psychotherapy. 

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When learning to read, a child is coordinating many different abilities.  One of the basic things the child needs to master is reading eye movements.  These movements are unique in that they must be precise in order to accomplish the feat of reading efficiently.

In last month’s article, we addressed children’s mental health through the FrameWorks Institute metaphors lense. One of the metaphor’s described the resilience scale. In this month’s article, we will unpack in greater detail what exactly this entails regarding reinforcing resiliency through …

I am learning that Medicare is certainly a very complex system.  When we are covered under an employer’s health insurance – it covers all areas of healthcare – hospitalization, doctor’s visits, medications, etc. It’s a little different with Medicare.  

BUILDING UP.  With the nearly full moon in effect and good conditions weather-wise, you’re in for a treat this week.  We go around the horn with news and notes to help you get the most out of the upcoming days in this installment of Three Things.   Featured Photo: Mixed Doubles. Ole the lab with...

MARVELOUS MONDAY.  Temperate autumn conditions continue into today as light north breezes under sunny skies will set up a great day to play sick and hit the field.  Not that we condone that (we do). While you’re considering it, here are some tips for a great hunt in today’s Three Things!   Featured Photo: Pack...

FUNDAY! Finish off a great (four-day?) weekend on an awesome Sunday with light winds, clear skies and plenty of flushing birds or biting fish.  We look ahead at the week to come and prep for the granddaddy of all hunting seasons – deer firearms – in today’s Three Things.   Featured Photo: Friend of the...

LINE UP.  Today’s YOUR DAY!  Perfect conditions for just about any outdoor activity will have hunters and anglers out in droves.  Get on your favorite parcel or water and get after whatever it is that gets you going outside.  We go around the horn to get your weekend geared up in today’s Three Things. Featured...

Taking the debate stage for the first time against her Republican opponent Rep. Kevin Cramer on Thursday, Oct. 18, North Dakota Democratic Sen. Heidi Heitkamp again apologized for mistakenly identifying women as domestic violence and sexual assault victims in a newspaper ad.