Living Here


Welcome!  

The City of Hannaford is a small but active community located in the heart of east-central North Dakota along the Bald Hill Creek. Our citizens have a determined spirit to keep Hannaford a growing and prosperous community. We are an active business community with agriculture being the backbone of our local economy.

The residents of Hannaford enjoy a lively small town atmosphere with many services and plenty of activities for people of all ages.  Hannaford has parks and playgrounds including the CAB park and creek which is our local swimming area. The Community Center has a gymnasium and fitness center.

A short travel to Cooperstown you will find a 9-hole golf course, summer youth programs and a swimming pool. There’s plenty to keep the active person busy. There are two schools, many civic, church, and social group activities to keep your calendar full! The City of Hannaford looks to their past for inspiration and to the future with a determined spirit. Stop in for a visit or consider making it your home!

 

Schools

Griggs County Central

It is the mission at Griggs County Central that “all Students will experience success.” The vision of GCC is that students will be self-reliant, of sound character, and have highly developed academic, communication, and life skills necessary to become productive citizens.

Website : http://www.griggs-co.k12.nd.us/

Barnes County North Schools

The Barnes County North School District was formed when three schools reorganized in the fall of 2007.  The three schools were:  North Central of Barnes, Spiritwood Public School and Wimbledon-Courtenay School.

We moved into our new school building in November of 2013 and our total enrollment is 300 PreK through 12th grade students. Our new school is located 2 miles west of Leal, ND on Highway #9

Website: http://www.barnescountynorth.k12.nd.us/

Midkota Schools

The Midkota School District serves the communities of Binford, Glenfield, Grace City, McHenry and Sutton and   Our district was formed as a result of declining enrollment, projected reductions in staff, programs and services, and cost/ineffectiveness in program/service delivery and facility usage in the early 1990’s in the Binford, Glenfield-Sutton-McHenry and Grace City schools.

Website: http://www.midkotaschools.com/