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Winds brrring cold blast for ND

Last week was a winter roller coaster ride for North Dakota. But the chilling cold blast is normal for the state, and more could be on the way, National Weather Service meteorologist Todd Hamilton said.

Posted 2/06/13 (Wed) read more »

How to keep the trucks out

STANTON –It’s either an ordinance for everyone or none at all.

Posted 1/30/13 (Wed) read more »

A ‘Good Place to Start’

A new song, a new look, a new concept and a new name.

Posted 1/30/13 (Wed) read more »

Making 2 into 1

Mercer County Commissioners got a look at plans to merge the county courthouse and Sheriff’s Department into one building, but it could cost more than $4.4 million, officials said.

Posted 1/23/13 (Wed) read more »

Rumor has it

The Hazen City Commission president tried to snuff rumors about Annabelle Homes Jan. 16, but not everyone is sold on its development.

Posted 1/23/13 (Wed) read more »

Securing an option

Revamping the security system at Hazen Public Schools could mean drastic changes for student life and finances.

Posted 1/16/13 (Wed) read more »

Flu fever

The influenza season is spreading across the nation, and Mercer County is not immune to the effects.

Posted 1/16/13 (Wed) read more »

Hazen is bloody great

Want to go see Jeff Dunham for free? You may get the chance if you donate blood Tuesday at Hazen City Hall.

Posted 1/09/13 (Wed) read more »

Money talks in Hazen

The Hazen City Commission has passed the first reading of an ordinance that would the amount department heads could spend without prior approval.

Posted 1/09/13 (Wed) read more »

Operation health assessment complete

The data is in and the lists have been made. All that is left is to decide how to use it. Thirty-three health professionals and area leaders met Dec. 4 at the Mercer County Ambulance classroom to discuss a Community Health Needs Assessment, which covered Mercer, Oliver and Dunn counties. The study, which is required for hospitals every three years, was conducted by the University of North Dakota Center for Rural Health. It was the first time the counties worked together on the project.

Posted 1/03/13 (Thu) read more »