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GRE bike gets kids energized

Biking season has returned and as many people know, bike riding is a fun and healthy mode of transportation.

Posted 4/25/12 (Wed) read more »

Post-mining land approved for WMA

The North Dakota Supreme Court upheld the Aug. 24, 2010, North Dakota Public Service Commission's decision approving the post-mining land use change of 86 acres at the Falkirk Mine in McLean County, North Dakota near Coal Lake, Underwood.

Posted 4/18/12 (Wed) read more »

Elevator merger is put on hold

The proposed merger of the Falkirk Farmers Elevator and Hazen Farmers Elevator with CHS/Garrison Farmers Union Elevator could fall through.

Posted 4/18/12 (Wed) read more »

Members needed for ballot

Ever wished you had the chance to make more of a difference in your community?

Posted 4/11/12 (Wed) read more »

Underwood’s newest restaurant nears completion

It was coming down to the finer details of construction last week for James Graves of J & A Carpentry and John Wangen of Fine Line Designs.

Posted 4/11/12 (Wed) read more »

Revised sidewalks plan approved

A small line of picketers . . . no, make that a line of small picketers, marched with signs and yelled, “We want sidewalks, keep us safe, ” in front of the Underwood City Hall Monday night, urging the Underwood City Commission to go ahead with its proposed sidewalk plan which would be voted on that night.

Posted 4/04/12 (Wed) read more »

Voting centers cut to three

Come the June Primary Election, if voters want to go to the poll to cast their ballot, they will only have three choices – Washburn, Garrison and Turtle Lake.

Posted 4/04/12 (Wed) read more »

Ready, set, plant

Let the planting season begin – and it's still March. Last year, most farmers were lucky to get into the field by May.

Posted 3/28/12 (Wed) read more »

School adding elementary teacher, boys hoops coach

The Underwood School Board made quick work of its items on the agenda last Thursday night, quickly moving on to its meeting with McClusky and Turtle Lake board members to discuss the sports co-ops.

Posted 3/28/12 (Wed) read more »

The ever-blooming Rose

Anyone involved with the Underwood Arts Council and its planned renovation of the former Rose Theater on Lincoln Ave. knew when they signed on they had a big job -- make that many big jobs -- ahead of them, but the members of the council will soon be able to consider job one finished.

Posted 3/21/12 (Wed) read more »