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Arts council hoping for live Nativity

The members of the Northern Expressions Arts Council are hoping that the weather will be delightful the day of this year’s Hometown Holiday Extravaganza...

Posted 11/10/16 (Thu) read more »

Honoring Grandma, the die-hard Cubbies fan

There is a World Series flag proudly flying at the Underwood Cemetery.

Posted 11/10/16 (Thu) read more »

From booties to coozies - she’s hooked on crocheting

Crocheting.

Posted 11/02/16 (Wed) read more »

Sodas takes title; Clinic top experience

The Underwood Clinic may have had a theme highlighting several queens, but that didn’t stop them from being de-throned Friday night as Sodas & Things won the Best Chili contest in Friday’s Go Loco for Local event.

Posted 11/02/16 (Wed) read more »

Board ‘proactive’ by increasing mills

For those who are already feeling the pains of increased taxes because “specials” because of last summer’s floodwater project, the pain is about to get a little bit worse – but not much in the grand scheme of things..

Posted 10/13/16 (Thu) read more »

‘Yes’ to the Fest, or ‘no,’ let it go

Will there be a Harvest 2017?

Posted 10/13/16 (Thu) read more »

Commission approves revised specials plan

After weeks of marathon meetings where roads, streets, sewers, gutters and concrete aprons have taken a majority of the discussion time...

Posted 10/05/16 (Wed) read more »

Repnow is WRT’s top driver

As if getting a new garage for her West River Transit van wasn’t a nice perk this summer, Underwood’s Delila Repnow was just named the Dakota Transit Association Driver of the Year for North Dakota.

Posted 10/05/16 (Wed) read more »

Security at courthouse, jail to get upgrades

After the recent inmate escape from the McLean County Jail in Washburn, the county commissioners approved adding steel roofing and another layer of hardened sheet rock over the dorms and cell blocks at the jail to prevent any further escapes.

Posted 9/28/16 (Wed) read more »

City, Sayler residents meet compromise

What initially looked like it could become a lengthy heated debate simmered down pretty quickly with all parties involved in the debate seeming pretty satisfied with the outcome.

Posted 9/28/16 (Wed) read more »