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Fairgrounds – out with the old, in with the new

When a fair-goer stepped through the spongy floor of the county fair home ec building floor on the last day of the fair this summer, that was absolutely the last straw.

Posted 9/18/13 (Wed) read more »

Synchronized business development

Bridging a gap between existing businesses and the folks that can help them is something that Underwood economic developer Tyler Demars is currently striving toward.

Posted 9/18/13 (Wed) read more »

Stansfield, third-graders ready for challenges

After living and working in California for the past 20 years, elementary teacher Kerrie Stansfield...

Posted 9/11/13 (Wed) read more »

Daycare center gets boost at city meeting

An invisible weight could almost be seen being lifted off the shoulders of Comet Kids’ Childcare board members...

Posted 9/11/13 (Wed) read more »

Underwood welcomes new priest

Father Patrick Cunningham took possibly the longest route possible to get to the priesthood, but he’s thrilled to finally be there, and here, in Underwood.

Posted 9/04/13 (Wed) read more »

Sannes family at home in funeral home

Helping a family say goodbye to a loved one takes a personal, caring touch that’s not easily found in every person.

Posted 9/04/13 (Wed) read more »

Enrollment trending upward

Numbers count – that seems especially true each fall when area school districts tally the number of students enrolled in their schools.

Posted 8/28/13 (Wed) read more »

New teacher, new computers on tap for new school year

Three days into the new school year, Elementary Principal Barb Robinson was still paging through papers, finding information for people – class lists, correct spellings of names.

Posted 8/28/13 (Wed) read more »

Gas line question headed to PSC

The Underwood City Commission Monday night approved an agreement with Montana-Dakota Utilities to provide service...

Posted 8/21/13 (Wed) read more »

Agencies make plans for potential big spill

A fresh water tank near an oil drilling rig less than one mile from Lake Sakakawea ruptured in mid-June, spewing 374,000 gallons of water into and near Lake Sakakawea.

Posted 8/21/13 (Wed) read more »