A water service line break April 4 required the cold water supply at Center-Stanton High School to be shut off for about 24 hours. Service lines are the pipes that connect the city’s water main to the customer’s home, business or other structure.
The large number of stray cats—and their potential to multiply and spread illness—has become a concern in Center.
Center Stanton Public Schools put emergency planning to the test recently when circumstances indicated the need to “shelter in place.” Superintendent Curt Pierce noted that shelter in place is used when there is no imminent danger present, but to “be prepared, just in case.”
Road signs are meant to explain in the simplest terms. The red, octagon sign simply means “Stop.” The red and white triangle sign means “Yield.” Orange signs usually mean construction is coming up. A sign declaring whether a road is county or state property, will help out the drivers wanting to know who to call.
Leslie Lennick prefers to stay “under the radar.” That wasn’t possible earlier this month when she was presented with a Star of Life Award by the North Dakota Emergency Medical Services Association during a ceremony at the state capitol. Lennick is a 25-year volunteer with the Oliver County Ambulance Service; she was one of eight honored statewide at this year’s Star of Life celebration.