When the pager tones sound or the radio crackles, ambulance, fire, and law enforcement personnel need to be ready for anything.
Together, Sharon Price and Ruby Meyhoff have spent 70-plus years and driven more than a half million miles safely transporting hundreds of Oliver County children from their homes to school and back in every type of weather North Dakota could throw at them.
Previously undisclosed options and the need for greater background and historical data tempered the presentation made at a public meeting held to discuss recommendations for sanitary sewer, water system, and street replacement in the City of Center.
A tranquil spot along a busy two-lane highway, Deapolis Cemetery and its Wayside Chapel bear the memories and history of the area’s past.
Most students in preschool through twelfth grade hadn’t even been born when the 9/11 attacks occurred.
The opportunity to ask questions about Center-Stanton Public Schools intended request for additional tax dollars and have them answered only drew a small crowd to the public meeting last Thursday evening.
It was no surprise that the city’s sanitary sewer system, water system, and streets are in need of repair.
“This lady pulled in in a big 4-wheel drive pick-up. It looked like a shoeing vehicle, but she didn’t look like a farrier. She’s got gray hair, she’s got it up in a French twist, I’m thinking, ‘we’ve got all sorts of mixed signals here’.”