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Donations needed for food pantry

Although the agency spends all year making sure that people in the area are taken care of, the Women’s Action and Resource Center is ramping up its efforts to ensure people don’t go hungry during the holiday season.

Posted 10/31/12 (Wed) read more »

Residents need to be cautious in hiring to build or renovate

The current boom in the western portion of the state has created all kinds of demand, and housing is no different. The increase in demand for housing also saw an increase in the number of unfulfilled contracts and outright housing scams.

Posted 10/24/12 (Wed) read more »

Berg, Dalrymple visit District 33

District 33 may be in an off-year for elections, but that hasn’t stopped it from attracting big ticket names.

Posted 10/24/12 (Wed) read more »

Third annual youth hunt another success

The air was crisp and the sky was clear as young hunters made their way through the fields recently for the third annual Youth Pheasant Hunt.

Posted 10/17/12 (Wed) read more »

County LEPC reviews exercise

Mercer County found out during training exercises that it has issues with emergency communications, but overall the drills were a success, the county emergency manager said.

Posted 10/10/12 (Wed) read more »

Mercer County OKs pipeline storage sites

Mercer County has given the all-clear sign to landowners who allow their property to be used as storage sites for Southwest Water Authority’s pipeline project through the area.

Posted 10/10/12 (Wed) read more »

Help wanted for Haunted Hayride

Halloween is coming soon, and with it haunted houses, ghosts and goblins. But one successful event from last year is struggling to come back.

Posted 10/03/12 (Wed) read more »

Turning lanes and durability on 49

Lessons learned from oil patch roads were brought up Monday when the North Dakota Department of Transportation held a public input meeting at the Beulah Civic Center.

Posted 10/03/12 (Wed) read more »

Local coordinator helping to educate on issues relating to veterans’ health

An area medical outreach coordinator is aiming to do his part in a nationwide initiative to help teach private medical practitioners the current needs related to the health of service members.

Posted 9/26/12 (Wed) read more »

Zoning OKs Basin Transload expansion

After having a month to mull over the topic of expansion at Basin Transload and visiting the site itself, zoning commissioners brought up more questions for the company at its latest meeting.

Posted 9/26/12 (Wed) read more »