Central McLean News-Journal - News

The city will finally be able to move forward on its final water diversion project on South Sayler Street, after getting easement approval from adjacent property owner Dean Cottingham.

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“Helped escort public school into the computer age” could be one of the bullet points on Nita Anderson’s resume.

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A little “miscommunication” led to a meeting between the Underwood City Commission and representatives of the Falkirk Mining Company last Tuesday.

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Underwood Valedictorian Eden Johannes punctuated her graduation address with a proverb – “The best place to find a helping hand is at the end of your own arm,” reminding her classmates that they need to try to depend on themselves first for success.

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Some traditions are just too important to let go, even if they have to be switched up a little bit.

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More vendors, more food, more things to see and do -- that’s what you get when you get some new blood and new ideas flowing into an organization.

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If you’re wondering if your name is on “the list,” you’ll know soon.

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The Underwood Business Alliance began its reboot last Tuesday, as local business leaders and owners gathered together at the Underwood City Hall to begin brainstorming to find ways to increase businesses’ visibility and sales, hoping to find ways to get people to stop in Underwood rather than drive right by on US Highway 83.

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The public is invited to come together for a meal May 10, as the Underwood Civic Club holds its annual Pancake Appreciation Supper from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Underwood City Hall.

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Several people had confused looks on their faces as the small school bus traversed the streets and alleyways of Underwood last Tuesday as they undoubtedly wondered why school kids were driving through the alleys of town.

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