Following an announcement recently that District 33 Sen. Randel Christmann, Hazen, could be appointed to the North Dakota Public Service Commission due to a change in the North Dakota Constitution, Christmann announced he would rather seek election to the vacant seat in November.
Tanned board members contributed to the feeling of summer June 13 at the Center-Stanton School Board meeting. Even though school is out for the students and the feeling at the meeting was more relaxed, a good deal of business was covered.
Retired Mayor Richard Zarr took a seat in a chair familiar to him, at a table where years of conversations were held with a multitude of community leaders and citizens. The gavel was absent and the gallery empty. In a few hours, a new mayor would be appointed. The Zarr’s reign had come to a conclusion.
The roadway entering into the Schwalbe homestead dips gently down, delivering visitors into a quaint, efficient farmyard. Trees surround the area, while a cool breeze can be felt coming off a nearby creek. Flagstones pave the way through the grass up to Gertrude Schwalbe’s house.
Brad Dahl appeared at the Center City Council meeting June 4, as was requested of him during the May meeting. Dahl’s property located in the city’s industrial lot has been a health and safety concern since October 2011. According to a report from Custer County Health, the building was to be closed in order to not allow access by rodents or other vermin. In order to further remedy the public heath nuisance occurring on the property, the piles of miscellaneous junk that could provide harborage for rodents, vermin or any other source for public filth or disease were to be removed.