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Center FFA pushes projects through pandemic

COVID 19 is annoying. Every time someone wants to do something, they hear COVID’s loud and obnoxious name shows up.

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BNI celebrating 50 years in Center

Minnkota’s Milton R. Young station has been getting fed coal since 1970 by BNI’s Center Mine. BNI is celebrating their 50th year in business at the Center Mine this year.

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Tabled previously at the October City Council meeting, the Superpumper liquor license application will once again be delayed for further clarification. This time, awaiting information from the North Dakota Attorney General’s Office.

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Price running write-in campaign for Soil Conservation Board

While there is an open seat on the Oliver County Soil District Board of Supervisors, voters in Oliver County will not see candidates’ names printed on the ballot; however, there is an Oliver County resident campaigning for the seat.

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We just need a little more time, and we will get it if we don’t end the moratorium.”

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Need for more precautions as COVID ramps up

With the rapid increase in positive cases identified over the last month around the state, some might feel dejected and wonder if we anything we do matters.

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Two statewide measures being put before voters are on the ballot this election.

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Emotions ran high at this month’s Center City Council meeting during discussions concerning an off-sale beer and wine license application submitted to the city council by the local Superpumper gas station.

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Mondry looking for connection with staff & students

October is National Principals Month, and many school districts are encouraging their communities to celebrate the contributions principals make to the education process. Center-Stanton has one new principal on staff.

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Oliver County 4-H wins range judging

The Oliver County 4-H range judging team placed first in the senior division of the North Dakota 4-H and FFA range judging contest at Center.

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