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Cold but constructive day of beautification

About 30 die-hard Underwood residents arose early on Saturday morning to temps in the upper 30s and a slight drizzle.

Posted 5/18/11 (Wed) read more »

Sidewalks come to question

Underwood has been awarded a grant for $196,000 to add and improve sidewalks around town leading to the school.

Posted 5/11/11 (Wed) read more »

Coleharbor Post Office ‘under study’ for closure

It’s not a done deal; the Coleharbor Post Office is not on the list of rural post offices that are getting the axe.

Posted 5/11/11 (Wed) read more »

The Coal Bin opens in Underwood

Coal may not have much worth in small amounts but get a whole coal bin full and you’ve got something of true worth.

Posted 5/04/11 (Wed) read more »

County Courthouse bidders get ready to work

About 20 contractors assembled in the very garage that will soon be removed to make room for the new McLean County Courthouse last Thursday.

Posted 5/04/11 (Wed) read more »

Water levels continue to cause concern

Water is supposed to go down-hill or down into the ground and that process could not happen soon enough for a number of residents in Underwood who have had an abundance of water flowing into their basements this spring.

Posted 4/27/11 (Wed) read more »

School buying some new wheels

With the school year drawing down and the general fund balance in good shape, the Underwood School looks to make some new purchases to replace old equipment.

Posted 4/27/11 (Wed) read more »

A friend of the farm

After 35 years as an NDSU extension agent for McLean County, you’d think the people from around the county would have some pretty good stories to tell about Pat Carpentier as he retires.

Posted 4/20/11 (Wed) read more »

Woes of flood waters widespread

Highway superintendent Ron Wagner gave a brief summary of what the water is doing to area highways during the McLean County Commission meeting Monday morning.

Posted 4/20/11 (Wed) read more »

Business consultant ready to serve

Brent Fjeldheim’s first impression of North Dakota was that the people had a positive perspective on their economy.

Posted 4/13/11 (Wed) read more »