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City cuts EDC from budget
January 16, 2019

City cuts EDC from budget

When less money is coming into the city’s coffers, something has to go.

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January 16, 2019

Chamber set for ‘19

A new year – a new schedule of events, but not before going over the last several activities that the Turtle Lake Chamber of Progress headed up in December.

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Elsa’s Crew holding benefit

The students and staff of Turtle Lake-Mercer School are joining together to support one of their own, and they’re hoping folks from around the area will join with them.

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January 9, 2019

Fostering a love of dogs

It didn’t take long for a recent Facebook post about a stray dog at Coleharbor to make its way to the watchful eye of dog lover Lori Gefroh.

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2018 – The year in review

Readers of the Underwood News and the McLean County Journal got a surprise when 2018 rolled around as they discovered the two newspapers had combined into one, now called the Central McLean News-Journal.

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Despite prices for soybeans declining, returns are expected to be up in 2019, according to the North Dakota State University Extension.

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December 27, 2018

More Co-op no go for now

Discussion over the suggestion to expand the existing sports to include all sports in the three schools: Underwood, Turtle Lake and McClusky, filled the largest portion of this item on the December 17 school board agenda.

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Liu new Comettes coach
December 27, 2018

Liu new Comettes coach

The Underwood Comettes are undergoing a proverbial “rebuilding year” as they move into 2019’s dance and competition season, with new dancers and a new coach.

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A lot of families do family gift exchanges – typically when families get so large, there are too many people for everybody to buy gifts for – so they downsize a bit.

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First on minister’s to-do list – Sunday School

There’s nothing like coming to minister at two new churches right before Christmas.

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