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St. John's supper to benefit food pantry

Congregation members of St. John's Lutheran Church are donating food and labor to put on a supper for the community and to benefit the McLean Family Resource Center's food pantry.

Posted 12/10/08 (Wed) read more »

Santa Day adds new events

There's a whole weekend of traditional, along with some new, events planned for the Underwood Civic Club's Santa Day on Dec. 13 and Community Christmas Concert on Dec. 14.

Posted 12/10/08 (Wed) read more »

Gems, colorful gifts of nature

What began as a promising venture in 2004 could have been deadly. Mel and Agnes Berg had chosen to be first-time vendors at Garrison's Dickens Village Festival.

Posted 12/03/08 (Wed) read more »

Augustana celebrates 50 years of tradition

Augustana Lutheran Church's Tea has been the unofficial kick-off to the Christmas season in Underwood for 50 years.

Posted 12/03/08 (Wed) read more »

School board meets

Underwood's School Board met on Nov. 20 to address a relatively short agenda, which lasted just under one hour.

Posted 11/25/08 (Tue) read more »

Fall moisture brings county near normal

It has been a year of ups, downs and widely varying precipitation levels in the county.

Posted 11/25/08 (Tue) read more »

Motorists can prepare for winter driving

Whether you are traveling with a child in the backseat, you are pulling a trailer, or simply driving alone, any type of travel in dangerous winter conditions can be both frightening and stressful.

Posted 11/19/08 (Wed) read more »

Debate on tax distribution continues

Closing out the year with a balance of $145,000, city commissioners discussed establishing a clear direction as to how Sales and Use Tax collections will be spent in the future.

Posted 11/19/08 (Wed) read more »

Second downtown revitalization meeting scheduled

If you had a blank check and ability to change things, how would you envision Underwood's downtown?

Posted 11/12/08 (Wed) read more »

McLean County celebrates 125th

Did you know McLean County is actually older than the state of North Dakota?

Posted 11/12/08 (Wed) read more »