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Grimsley’s adding high-flow diesel

Drivers have been making their way through a bit of an obstacle course at Grimsley’s the past couple weeks...

Posted 7/09/14 (Wed) read more »

Last American Highway

"Some people want to spend their two-week vacation on the beach. I want to spend mine on the open road.

Posted 7/09/14 (Wed) read more »

Erhardts riding high in shooting competition

Nice guys don’t always finish last. Sometimes they finish third. And sometimes, like this past Sunday in Grand Forks, they even finish first.

Posted 7/01/14 (Tue) read more »

City declares water emergency

Underwood declared a water state of emergency Monday morning following a deluge of about 5-1/2 inches of rain that came Saturday, which caused a lot of overland flooding Sunday and Monday.

Posted 7/01/14 (Tue) read more »

Midsummer Classic set for Saturday

Classic car, truck and bike lovers will be converging on Underwood this Saturday as the fourth annual Midsummer Classic gets underway.

Posted 6/25/14 (Wed) read more »

Another fair in the books

A little bit of rain here or there didn’t dampen the spirits of those attending the McLean County Fair last weekend, particularly the racing fans, as the gate at both the stock car and enduro races indicated a pretty good showing.

Posted 6/25/14 (Wed) read more »

Giving locks, going for walks – county battles cancer

Underwood fourth-grader Sydnie Diffely won’t be able to walk her usual laps at the Relay For Life activities this past Friday in Underwood because her family had another commitment, but she has already been doing quite a bit to help the cause.

Posted 6/18/14 (Wed) read more »

New K-9 added to drug traffic battle

The McLean County Sheriff’s Department is trying to snuff out drugs by sniffing out drugs.

Posted 6/18/14 (Wed) read more »

Friday’s rallying cry – Relay For Life

This Friday, droves of people will gather at Comet Field in Underwood to show their support for friends and loved ones who are fighting cancer and those who have won the battle.

Posted 6/11/14 (Wed) read more »

EPA strikes at heart of N.D. energy

To hear the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) tell it, they are doing what is best for America by requiring coal-based power plants to cut emissions of carbon dioxide, or greenhouse gas, by 30 percent by the year 2030.

Posted 6/11/14 (Wed) read more »