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After 47 years, time for a change

There are a couple of things that will be sorely missed at Underwood Farm Supply – the faces of long-time owners Earl and Janice Cottingham.

Posted 4/23/14 (Wed) read more »

City says ‘yea’ to zoning plan

The Underwood City Commission approved the second reading of the city’s new zoning ordinances at Monday’s meeting, making just a few changes to the document that was presented for public discussion last month.

Posted 4/23/14 (Wed) read more »

City vote–bad dump will cost a C-note

Underwood is preparing to crack down on inappropriate dumping at the city shop when the annual city-wide clean-up is held the week of May 10.

Posted 4/16/14 (Wed) read more »

Local duo wins ad contest

It won’t just be the radio personalities’ voices and songs you may be recognizing on the radio these days, as two of Underwood’s high school students...

Posted 4/16/14 (Wed) read more »

Double/triple-parking gets attention

An impassioned Deb Hatzenbuhler, co-owner of Hatzy’s Repair along U.S. Highway 83...

Posted 4/09/14 (Wed) read more »

Heger gains insight to Brazil’s ag industry

When Underwood’s Katie Heger became a member of the North Dakota Farm Bureau, she probably thought it might take her places.

Posted 4/09/14 (Wed) read more »

New ordinances pass first stage

The city took its first step in adopting new ordinances that cover the new boundaries of Underwood at a public meeting last Monday.

Posted 4/02/14 (Wed) read more »

K-9 visit yields hit, nothing else

Someone trying to get into the Underwood school for awhile March 24 would have been turned away as the school underwent a lock-down to allow drug dogs (K-9s) to do a sweep of the school.

Posted 4/02/14 (Wed) read more »

When the well is not so swell

All’s well that ends well . . . unless your well isn’t working . . . well – or at all.

Posted 3/26/14 (Wed) read more »

Water, water . . . nowhere

Sometimes lately Underwood’s Bobbie Maxwell feels like she’s living in "the olden days" when folks had to walk down to the creek to fill buckets of water so they could cook, take baths, wash clothes and do the other necessities of life. Kind of like Little House’s Laura Ingalls.

Posted 3/26/14 (Wed) read more »