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Balyeat publishes sequel to ‘Eleanor’ book

Charity Balyeat, 14, looked a little different than the other high school girls at the city hall last Tuesday.

Posted 12/08/15 (Tue) read more »

Underwood ambulance offering EMT course

The Underwood Emergency Services Department will be holding an Emergency Medical Technician course starting in January.

Posted 12/08/15 (Tue) read more »

Spillway Café serving up coffee-house charm

Locals who may be feeling the yen for a pumpkin pie spiced latte or a peppermint mocha won’t have to travel nearly an hour to get one anymore, as the employees at the Spillway Café in Riverdale will happily fill those orders.

Posted 12/02/15 (Wed) read more »

Water project ‘DONE’

The city of Underwood just finished one major project, and the city commissioners are looking at doing another one next year, as the commissioners turned their attention to street repair at their last meeting.

Posted 12/02/15 (Wed) read more »

Housing, hardware EDC topics

Underwood’s economic developer Wendy Spencer has a list of things to follow up on after Thursday’s regular monthly meeting of the Underwood Area Economic Development Corporation.

Posted 11/23/15 (Mon) read more »

Standing behind coal

Hundreds of concerned business-owners, government officials, and North Dakota residents crammed into the Bavendick Stateroom at Bismarck State College’s National Energy Center of Excellence on Nov. 16 for a meeting hosted by the North Dakota Department of Health to address new EPA emission regulations.

Posted 11/23/15 (Mon) read more »

Locals tackle feral cat problem

They call her the "Cat Wrangler of Underwood."

Posted 11/18/15 (Wed) read more »

Meeting on EPA rule has strong turnout

Turnout at a meeting in Beulah regarding the Clean Power Plan exceeded all expectations.

Posted 11/18/15 (Wed) read more »

Welcome to the Hunger Games

Fans of The Hunger Games books or movies won’t want to miss the Underwood Public Library’s tribute to The Hunger Games this Friday.

Posted 11/10/15 (Tue) read more »

Threatening a livelihood

A recently announced Environmental Protection Agency mandate, saying how much power plants must reduce their emissions, has plant and coal mine operators in McLean County on the edge of their seats.

Posted 11/10/15 (Tue) read more »