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The Hankinson Pirates traveled to Rosholt, South Dakota, to take on Tri-State in a game of boys basketball on Friday Jan. 7. The Tri-State Tigers were hoping to score their first win of the season. Meanwhile the Pirates wanted to keep their record of being undefeated against region opponents.

1. North Dakota’s Health Department is seeking to learn more about COVID-19 immunity with the help of a $1.4 million federal grant and the aid of the state’s two largest universities. The effort involving the University of North Dakota and North Dakota State University “will help us to bette…

1. Polar temps to return: Another arctic front is poised to push through North Dakota, bringing subzero weather back to the state midweek. A dip in the jet stream will allow the frigid air to push into the Northern Plains and spread as far south as Dallas and as far east as New York City, ac…

In the first game of two played at Hankinson on Thursday, Dec. 30, the Hankinson girls basketball team took on Oakes High School. The eighth game of the season, the Pirates were hoping to stay above a .500 overall.

As the temperatures drop across Richland County, many are looking for something to do in the cold. Some may stay at home in the heat, others may bundle up and go for a walk. The city of Hankinson has provided another opportunity for locals to get active.

For the past 60 years, the United States has hosted the United States Senate Youth Program. This program selects two high school juniors or seniors from each state, Washington D.C., and two living abroad, to participate in a week of learning about the government.

1. The U.S. is expanding COVID-19 boosters as it confronts the omicron surge, with the Food and Drug Administration allowing extra Pfizer shots for children as young as 12. Boosters already are recommended for everyone 16 and older, and federal regulators on Monday decided they’re also warra…

The Hankinson Pirates traveled to Rosholt, South Dakota, to take on Tri-State in a game of boys basketball on Friday Jan. 7. The Tri-State Tigers were hoping to score their first win of the season. Meanwhile the Pirates wanted to keep their record of being undefeated against region opponents.

In the first game of two played at Hankinson on Thursday, Dec. 30, the Hankinson girls basketball team took on Oakes High School. The eighth game of the season, the Pirates were hoping to stay above a .500 overall.

The Hankinson boys’ basketball team returned from winter break with a game on Thursday, Dec. 30. With a record of 3-2, the Pirates were looking to stay above .500 going into the rest of the season.

When our Dad was 9 years old, his parents, Joe and Mary Mikesh from Lidgerwood, bought him his first instrument, a button box accordion for $19. After “diddling around with it,” he learned how to make music. At age 12, he bought a guitar for $14.95. At age 15, he talked his parents into buyi…

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