Center Republican

For several of the past years, wherever the Center-Stanton Wildcats boys’ basketball team roamed, a mother cat could be seen nearby keeping an especially close eye. Not unusual for a mother cat, but this one was roaming with her Nikon in hand.

read more

They say that you can tell who your loved ones are by realizing the first people that you want to talk to when something wonderful – or mortifying – happens to you in life. When you have a great day, or when you have a sad day, it is easy to turn to a friend or family member for support. Even across the miles, those ties can be held strong through a simple telephone call.

read more

Notre Dame had its ‘Four Horsemen’ in the 1920s. The Minnesota Vikings had their four ‘Purple People Eaters’ in the 1960s. Center-Stanton had its four ’Cats this year.

read more

Citizens of Center were a shining example in April when more than 80 volunteers came together to stand up to the rising waters of Square Butte Creek. They showed that it indeed takes a village and for the most part, the village won the battle.

read more

Teaching staff changes occupied much of the Center-Stanton School board’s agenda last week at the monthly meeting on April 16, including accepting the resignation of athletic director Janet Erhardt.

read more

Can you name the capital of the Aztec Empire? Tough question, and the answer has to be spelled correctly. Center-Stanton’s acalympic team answered this question correctly and many others but did not make it to the final round at the 2009 Junior High Acalympics April 2 at the Glen Ullin High School.

read more

Winter has been tough on Oliver County’s rural roads.

read more

Oliver County Sheriff David Hilliard reported that on March 23 a pickup truck driven by Cody Bargmann of rural Oliver County struck a washout about 11 miles northwest of Hannover on a secondary road.

read more

The Center City Council had a busy evening April 6 starting with a tax equalization public hearing at 6 p.m. That hearing was followed by another public hearing to discuss the grant awarded to the city by the Lewis and Clark Regional Development Council on behalf of the Oliver County Golden Age Club. The council then geared up for a full monthly meeting agenda. The tax equalization meeting is held once a year in April for the purpose of giving city property owners an opportunity to ask questions or issue complaints.

read more

According to a popular business theory, nine out of 10 new businesses fail in the first two years. Common causes of business failure are owners lack standard business knowledge, product market analysis, personal ability to manage and sufficient money. But Center’s newest business Fit-4-Life won’t be worrying about that. According to Fit-4-Life board member John Mahoney, the fitness center would never have become a reality without the kind businessmen and women in the area. “Without businesses (support) it wouldn’t have happened,” Mahoney said.

read more

The Weather Network