Center Republican

The safety of Oliver County residents and emergency responders – law enforcement, ambulance, and fire – is closely related to efficient and effective dispatching.

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The $4.1 million reduction in funds for the North Dakota State University Extension program and an interim study by the State Board of Agricultural Research and Education (SBARE) have led to recommendations that threaten possible closure of the Oliver County Extension office.

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Center-Stanton High School’s outstanding robotics, science, and agriculture education programs are now in a position to grow even better.

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Producers and other stewards of the land are often unsung heroes.

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Center-Stanton kindergarteners had fun experimenting with gases when Dakota Gasification Company chemists Amy Garman, Amanda Solberg, and Nicole Coleman visited their classroom.

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Cost-effective alternatives for emergency dispatching and response services has been on the Oliver County commission agenda for the past two months.

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Agriculture education students recently made a grim discovery when they entered the Center-Stanton High School shop – the “body” of a (plush, stuffed) puppy lay dead on the floor amid a variety of objects.

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Beautiful pine interiors, comfortable furnishings, a spacious bath with a shower, beds with comfortable mattresses, and a kitchen ready for meal preparation – these amenities aren’t what usually comes to mind at the words “state park.”

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Sometimes, a person’s destiny is evident right from the start. Even as a toddler, Andrew Anderson was drawn to vehicles, often helping his grandfather, Donald Albers, who was a very talented mechanic.

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