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Keeping tabs on state’s budget

With North Dakota’s legislators looking to millions from former Governor Jack Dalrymple’s final budget, the state’s schools may be looking at having some funding cuts.

Posted 1/10/17 (Tue) read more »

Fischer-man just chillin’ in his Peterbilt

It’s not very often that one sees a Peterbilt out on the ice. They’re more of a long-haul type of truck.

Posted 1/10/17 (Tue) read more »

Snow angels keep locals moving

Kids love to make snow angels.

Posted 1/05/17 (Thu) read more »

Family avoids disaster

When a still half-asleep Brooke Weisenberger woke up at around 2:00 in the morning the day after Christmas, she thought she had been dreaming.

Posted 1/05/17 (Thu) read more »

Not all is new in new addition

It took just a few days, some help from volunteer students who helped put furniture together, and the administration at the Underwood School was pretty settled into their new digs on the east side of the school.

Posted 12/28/16 (Wed) read more »

2016 - the year that was

The city’s floodwater project finished up, while sprucing up of the city’s streets and school got underway and nearly finished (there are always punch lists that need to be checked off) in 2016.

Posted 12/28/16 (Wed) read more »

Firefighters respond to Christmas tree fire

The Underwood Fire, Ambulance and Rescue Squad responded to a report of a Christmas tree on fire at a residence on Marion Drive Wednesday, at around 2:15 p.m.

Posted 12/22/16 (Thu) read more »

Co-op survey not likely

The new commons area/administrative offices has been getting glowing reviews, even before the school held its official open house Monday evening.

Posted 12/22/16 (Thu) read more »

Civic club needs president as Haugen steps down

Who will be president?

Posted 12/14/16 (Wed) read more »

Emergency route outlined

The two-plus feet of snow that were recently dumped on Underwood prompted the Underwood City Commission to redefine its snow emergency routes so that ambulance and fire department personnel will be able to reach residents, and be able to get out of town.

Posted 12/14/16 (Wed) read more »