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Oliver County Commissioners have one section line road issue between neighbors on the way to being settled following the results of a survey by Land Use Supervisor John Wicklund.

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The 2010 U.S. Census has been estimated to find more than 309 million people living in the United States. In the last census taken in 2000, the count in Oliver County was at 2,065 in 903 housing units. But how many are living in Oliver County today? That is the big question.

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At a time when many small town businesses are struggling to stay afloat, one business in Center is not only striving, but growing. Gus and Sharon Rud broke ground Oct. 17 on an addition to their Corner Express convenience store for the purpose of including a grocery store section in their business.

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Director of City Services Janell Peterson presented a bid for installing surveillance cameras at Center’s parks and golf course at the Center City Council meeting Nov. 2.

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As the number of reported cases of H1N1 increase across the state, Center-Stanton School officials are knocking on wood with no confirmed cases as of yet among school-age children.

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’Tis the season for the sniffles. Only this fall, along with those sniffles you have an increased risk of running a fever, or worse.

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Section lines and road issues once again came to the attention of Oliver County Commissioners when citizens appeared before the governing board on separate issues at the regular monthly meeting held Oct. 9.

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The State Equalization Board has ruled. Oliver County real estate taxes will increase 2 percent on all structures within the rural area. This does not include the cities in the county. Oliver County Tax Director Jacky Schulte said the state board’s final decisions were made at the end of September.

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The Center-Stanton School Board accepted the proposed budget for 2010 as presented Oct. 8 by Center-Stanton Superintendent of Schools Royal Lyson.

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Cancer is an ugly monster that knows no limits. It takes moms, sisters, aunts, neighbors, grandfathers and friends equally. Its rage knows no age restrictions, and the wake of it’s devastation in some way or another affects everyone.

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