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Locals on ‘lockdown’

Underwood 2015 graduates Chailee Berg and Lindsey Duben were among the students who were in class at Bismarck State College Thursday when the school went into a campus-wide lockdown.

Posted 1/20/16 (Wed) read more »

Making beds from plastic bags

When Wilma Groh started weaving together mats for San Diego’s homeless out of plastic bags, it’s unlikely that she knew that five years later...

Posted 1/20/16 (Wed) read more »

Benefit raffle for Klain at TL game

A benefit raffle for Amy Klain, 12-year-old daughter of Alan and Mary Klain of rural Turtle Lake, will be held at the Turtle Lake School on Tuesday, Jan. 19, during the Turtle Lake-Mercer-McClusky vs. Underwood double header girls/boys basketball games, starting at 3 p.m., in Turtle Lake.

Posted 1/12/16 (Tue) read more »

Focusing on good is way of life

Yoga. Calm, soothing music with a middle-eastern vibe.

Posted 1/12/16 (Tue) read more »

City approves EDC budget, eyes water rate hike

Before even tackling any new business at Monday’s city commission meeting, Underwood’s city commissioners found themselves transferring money from one of the city funds to another, rather than cashing in some CDs to make up for year-end deficits.

Posted 1/07/16 (Thu) read more »

Looking back on 2015

The Midsummer Classic, the Harvest Fest and the first children’s musical presented by the Northern Expressions Arts Council highlighted a summer that was also filled with some detours, as the floodwater project got into full swing.

Posted 1/07/16 (Thu) read more »

Board, builder to iron out school reno plans

With the goal of absolutely sticking to the $2 million or less sticker price of a new addition to the school, the Underwood School Board members are planning a meeting with the construction manager hired to work on the project this Monday to iron out the plans.

Posted 12/30/15 (Wed) read more »

Looking back on 2015

City commissioners and members of the Underwood Area Economic Development Corporation, headed by economic developer Tyler Demars, have decided to have a meeting to iron out what the city would like to see from the UAEDC.

Posted 12/30/15 (Wed) read more »

Differing opinions on county hiring policies

Trying to come up with a standard policy regarding hiring practices for county job applicants is proving to be a long process.

Posted 12/21/15 (Mon) read more »

Streets, sidewalks on city’s ‘might do’ list

The city approved a change order and payment #10 for the nearly-finished floodwater project, doling out $58,900 to Weisz Engineering and $174,000 to Moore Engineering at Wednesday’s meeting, moving another step closer to an actual finished floodwater project.

Posted 12/21/15 (Mon) read more »