You are browsing the archive for adams nd.

Christmas caboose nearly overflows with donated toys

December 8, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald

This is the first time Northern Plains Railroad has held the Stuff-A-Caboose toy drive, but the turn-out has organizers optimistic that it can become an annual event. Continue Reading

Most Santas give toys, this one asks for toys

December 5, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald

Santa will be going through four northeastern North Dakota towns with seven volunteers from the Northern Plains Railroad for a Dec. 8 event called “Stuff-a-Caboose.” The Fordville, N.D., -based railroad is collecting donations of children’s toys and sporting equipment. Continue Reading

Adams to join new school co-op, Drayton agrees to $3.15 million bond

October 10, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald

Voters in Adams, N.D., and Park River, N.D., decided Tuesday to combine their school districts. In another school vote Tuesday, Drayton (N.D.) School District voters approved a $3.15 million bond issue by the narrowest of margins. Continue Reading

Schools weigh consolidation: Voters in Adams and Park River to decide whether to merge districts

September 20, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald

Residents of Park River and Adams school districts in northeast North Dakota will vote Oct. 9 on a plan to reorganize into a new Park River Area School District. Continue Reading

Adams, N.D., could join Park River School District

April 25, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald

Students from Adams, N.D., likely will be heading east for their future schooling.
Adams’ reorganization plan with Park River is still being formulated and the vote on the arrangement is likely six months away, but all signs point to the two Walsh County school districts becoming one beginning with the 2013-14 school year. Continue Reading

N.D. lawmaker Monson to run for state superintendent of public instruction

March 7, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald

David Monson, a former school superintendent in Adams, Nekoma and Edinburg, retired three years ago. His superintendent campaign means he won’t be running for re-election this year to the House, where he’s served for 20 years. Continue Reading