Center Republican

McLean County Commissioners Ron Krebsbach, Steve Lee and Julie Hudson-Schenfisch all say it was the advice from their legal counsel, McLean County States Attorney Ladd Erickson, that brought them to leave from the Coal Conversion Counties group. The reasoning for the advice was that it appeared the board of directors was violating open meeting laws by communicating via email.

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Minnesota Power, a division of Allete Inc., received unanimous approval for a conditional use permit from the Oliver County Commission as the company begins further planning to construct a second transmission line.

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Rick Schmidt was a boy of 6 when he was given his first bottle lamb. That first, hands-on experience with a lamb has since been cultivated and honed by years of education and experience.

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February 16, 2012

Oil in Oliver County?

News of the imminent effect of drilling of the Bakken Oil Formation has been a hot topic lately. Now the Center City Council is finding that the oil wave may be surging closer than previously expected.

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Center no longer has the option of cafe′ dining with the closing of the Diamond E Cafe. Feb. 5 was the last day of business.

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February 9, 2012

Finding love on the prairie

Valentine’s Day, Feb. 14, a day focused on love and relationships, is just around the corner.

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February 9, 2012

Running for Sherry

A virtual worldwide run/walk is will take place Saturday in memory of Sherry Arnold, a Sidney, Mont., teacher who left her home Jan. 7 for a morning run and met with alleged foul play at the hands of strangers. She has not been seen since.

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It’s been said, “Money is power and so is knowledge.” North Dakota may appear to be a place where seemingly free money comes from the land; if a person digs deep enough.

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The Oliver County Livestock Judging team placed fifth overall at the 2011 National Western 4-H Livestock Judging contest held Jan. 7 in Fort Collins, Colo.

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Mountrail County Commissioner Greg Boschee had one word of advice for more than 300 concerned citizens who filled the Glen Ullin High School gym Jan. 18.

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