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Haugen new president

Anna Haugen is taking the helm of the Underwood Civic Club after Jeff Higbie stepped down from the position at the beginning of the year, and Rachael Hammond will be taking over the treasurer’s duties following the resignation of Gary Adam.

Posted 2/11/15 (Wed) read more »

Bringing Mexican menu to you

One of the area’s best-known cooks (through social media, anyway) is putting her cooking skills on demonstration as part of a fundraiser for Comet Kids Childcare, Inc., as Ramona Capps will be putting on a cooking demonstration Sunday, Feb. 22, from 2-4 p.m. at the Underwood City Hall.

Posted 2/11/15 (Wed) read more »

City approves EDC budget

The Underwood City Commission approved the Underwood Area Economic Development Corporation’s (EDC) alternate budget request of $55,557 Monday night...

Posted 2/04/15 (Wed) read more »

No basketball co-op next year

The members of the Underwood-Turtle Lake-Mercer-McClusky co-op board members last Wednesday approved the current agreement...

Posted 2/04/15 (Wed) read more »

White caps dot surface on co-op issue

With opinions aired at recent meetings on both sides of the sports co-op issue, the Jan. 21 meeting of the board, with a time allotted for the public to speak, focused on the lack of enthusiasm for another or revised co-op with Underwood.

Posted 1/29/15 (Thu) read more »

Co-op plan still under scrutiny

The Underwood School Board was updated on the recent co-op meeting with Turtle Lake-Mercer-McClusky which was held last Wednesday, going through the areas where changes were made.

Posted 1/29/15 (Thu) read more »

‘Identity,’ travel stumbling blocks for proposed co-op

Members of the Underwood, Turtle Lake-Mercer and McClusky school boards, administration, and co-op committees met Monday afternoon in Underwood...

Posted 1/21/15 (Wed) read more »

Richard joins sheriff’s department

McLean County Sheriff JR Kerzmann continues to reorganize the sheriff’s department.

Posted 1/21/15 (Wed) read more »

Commission hopes to pare down floodwater costs

The terms valley gutter, catch basins and polypropylene pipe were bandied about over and over at last Wednesday’s special city commission meeting as commissioners tried to hone in on an acceptable figure for the upcoming floodwater project.

Posted 1/16/15 (Fri) read more »

Students work with ND clay

It’s a goal of every teacher to get his or her students excited about every project they’re doing, and it’s pretty much a given that each of the elementary teachers achieved that goal as pottery artist Robin Reynolds completed an Artist-in-Residence week with the students.

Posted 1/16/15 (Fri) read more »