Culture shock isn’t always a welcoming experience but there are some individuals who anticipate it. Two young women, not even old enough to vote, left their homes for almost an entire year to get the American experience. It was one they will not forget.
As graduating teens flow out of high schools across North Dakota this month, many families will host open house events where loved ones and friends will gather to congratulate the giddy graduates. It is a time for celebration, the beginning of a new stage in life.
Falkirk Farmers Elevator, Washburn, has a new interim manager in place after the resignation of manager Ron Hefta. The news is a step forward for the co-op that just weeks ago had to put the brakes on the merger between Falkirk Farmers Elevator and Hazen Farmers Elevator with CHS/Garrison Farmers Union Elevator due to discrepancies in a voluntary investigation.
Several interested citizens filed petitions for various county, city and school positions up for election in the June Primary Election set for June 12.
The attorney for the Coal Conversion Counties offered an apology and said the organization is taking steps to do a better job of keeping the public informed.