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WWCS team starts baseball season in stride with 2 wins

There were no Easter eggs out on the new grass infield at Washburn over the April 9 weekend but opponents of the Washburn-Wilton-Center-Stanton baseball team were seeing their share of goose eggs last week.

Posted 4/18/12 (Wed) read more »

Alleged open meeting violation comes to informal resolution

The attorney for the Coal Conversion Counties offered an apology and said the organization is taking steps to do a better job of keeping the public informed.

Posted 4/18/12 (Wed) read more »

CS school board approves Olweus bullying program

With the first reading of a new bullying policy, the Center-Stanton School District has taken a clearer stand against a tough matter that is on the rise in American schools across the country.

Posted 4/18/12 (Wed) read more »

Drug task force busier in early 2012

Oliver County Sheriff David Hilliard presented the Oliver County Commission with 2012 grant match costs for its share in the South Sakakawea Narcotics Task Force, Metro Division – approximately $6,184.

Posted 4/11/12 (Wed) read more »

Revaluation of ag. land deemed wrong by some

Oliver County Commissioners, along with the Oliver County Tax Director Teri Schulte, shed some understanding on the reasons county agricultural land is experiencing an average 19-30 percent increase in value in recent months.

Posted 4/11/12 (Wed) read more »

AG suspends Cahoon’s alcohol sales

An investigation into alleged liquor law violations at Cahoon’s Bar and Grill has resulted in suspension of the business’s liquor license, ordered by the North Dakota Attorney General.

Posted 4/04/12 (Wed) read more »

Couple endures mission of heart, hands

Calloused hands and empty Aleve bottles were among the souvenirs acquired during Melton and Sandy Olin’s latest vacation to the tropics.

Posted 3/28/12 (Wed) read more »

CCC hopes for ‘informal resolution’

The North Dakota Association of Coal Conversion Counties reported to the North Dakota Attorney General’s office that it hopes to reach an “informal resolution” to accusations the board violated the state’s open meeting laws.

Posted 3/28/12 (Wed) read more »

Rock takes journey into science and geology

About 35 years ago Clem Becker, who worked for the Knife River Mine until retirement several years ago, found an unusual rock while walking the hills south of Beulah for work one day.

Posted 3/21/12 (Wed) read more »

County landmark finds new home

Those who unexpectedly caught a glimpse of the Hickle barn being moved down the road may have done a double-take to rule out having seen an apparition. The barn, indeed, seemed to be eerily floating as it covered approximately 13 miles before reaching its new location.

Posted 3/14/12 (Wed) read more »