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Blisters, bandaids and back-aching bliss

Most teenagers, if given a choice, are likely to opt for the less difficult of two tasks.

Posted 4/01/09 (Wed) read more »

Shutting off the Missouri River

The U.S. Corps of Engineers made history on March 24 when they made the decision to close the Garrison Dam and allow no water to be released into the Missouri River.

Posted 4/01/09 (Wed) read more »

McKelvey continues tradition

When Roger McKelvey was 15 or 16 years old, he spent many hours in the Underwood Body Shop, visiting with the owners, George Werre and Duane Fischer, asking questions and watching the two men work.

Posted 3/25/09 (Wed) read more »

Students give from the heart

Arianna Troyna, age 3, doesn't know it, but she has a set of guardian angels from Underwood School who worked together last week to raise money to help the little girl and her family in their fight against her bout with leukemia.

Posted 3/25/09 (Wed) read more »

Adventure awaits the willing

Growing up, Holly Gefroh was a quiet child, a bookworm who enjoyed traveling the world through reading about far off places.

Posted 3/18/09 (Wed) read more »

Pick a project for Beautification Day

The temperatures are warming, and the snow is beginning to melt.

Posted 3/18/09 (Wed) read more »

Change of hats doesn't change Ruff's heart

The attractions of a small town like Underwood are many, especially to a young man who is drawn to a small town atmosphere.

Posted 3/11/09 (Wed) read more »

Entrepreneurs find outlet for ideas

Finding encouragement in tough economic times isn't easy, but for students at local schools, encouragement came when they fulfilled the requirements for their business class.

Posted 3/11/09 (Wed) read more »

Declaration of Snow Emergency application moves forward

Snow removal has definitely had some ups and downs in the last five years as recognized by the application City Auditor Diane Schell had to fill out to receive reimbursement for the January 2009 snow removal overload.

Posted 3/04/09 (Wed) read more »

Wildlife woes continue

North Dakota Game and Fish Department biologists indicate the final four to six weeks of winter will be critical to the health of the state's wildlife.

Posted 3/04/09 (Wed) read more »