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Permit no longer required

It’s no longer an issue; that’s what Henry Maertens said to Oliver County commissioners Thursday at their monthly meeting. The issue of being in compliance with the Health Department concerning water and sewer resurfaced Thursday after a meeting of the Oliver County Planning and Zoning Board.

Posted 12/12/12 (Wed) read more »

Freezing is the reason: Protect pets from cold weather threats

Cats, dogs and other domestic animals may have their own fur coats, but they still need to come in out of the cold. And cold isn’t the only danger—North Dakota winter conditions pose a number of threats for domestic animals.

Posted 12/12/12 (Wed) read more »

Clubhouse lease and liquor licenses pass with ease

The Square Butte Creek Golf Club was again awarded the contract to operate the city golf course Dec. 3 at the Center City Council meeting. In the bid submitted to the City Council, club President James Ronholdt wrote, “Any profits made from the operation of the clubhouse have been and will be reinvested in the clubhouse or in the course.” The club’s bid was the only one submitted; the three-year agreement starts on Jan. 1, 2013, and ends Dec. 31, 2015. Councilor Dallas Morast will email a request to the club to provide a more detailed treasury report than the council has received in the past.

Posted 12/05/12 (Wed) read more »

P&Z recommends against permit

The Oliver County Planning and Zoning Board had some lengthy discussion Nov. 29 with landowner Henry Maertens and among themselves. The board voted to recommend that the County Commission deny a conditional use permit to Maertens for residences on his property at the intersection of Highway 25 and Highway 31, east of and adjacent to The Blind Pig. The recommendation was based on zoning violations and health issues. Members present were Chairman Dan Bueligan, Mary Wahlman, John Smith, John Wicklund, Daren Klingenstein and Deborah Starck.

Posted 12/05/12 (Wed) read more »

Turning children into fish

Splashes, giggles and a whistle are heard three times a week at the Center Community Pool. Children are practicing their starts, their strokes and improving their times as members of the Barracuda Swim Team, a Center club sport.

Posted 11/28/12 (Wed) read more »

State overpays $31,333 in coal severance Funds

Several political subdivisions were overpaid more than $31,000 in coal severance shortfall funds, and the state Treasurer’s office will suspended those distributions until the issue is corrected, Center-Stanton Public School officials said Nov. 14 at the monthly school board meeting.

Posted 11/20/12 (Tue) read more »

Wilkens, Berger new reps for Oliver County

The votes were tallied late Nov. 6 resulting in two new county commissioners seated in Oliver County.

Posted 11/20/12 (Tue) read more »

Permit denied for N.D. Health Dept. reasons

Some residents in Hannover got what they wanted when the Oliver County Commission denied a conditional use permit that would allow multiple mobile homes on one lot.

Posted 11/14/12 (Wed) read more »

Local hospice patient visits farm 1 more time

A trip to a great-niece’s farm south of Beulah was the ultimate sentimental journey for a resident of Knife River Care Center now under hospice care.

Posted 11/14/12 (Wed) read more »

Wildcat volleyball over but successful seen as a whole

Sometimes things don’t work out perfectly. The Center-Stanton Wildcats made it their season goal to advance from the District 10 tournament to the Region 5 tournament at the end of the season. The Wildcats finished the regular season fifth in the District 10 standings and had to play fourth seeded Washburn in the first round of the district tourney.

Posted 11/07/12 (Wed) read more »