Central McLean News-Journal - News

December 28, 2016

2016 - the year that was

The city’s floodwater project finished up, while sprucing up of the city’s streets and school got underway and nearly finished (there are always punch lists that need to be checked off) in 2016.

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It took just a few days, some help from volunteer students who helped put furniture together, and the administration at the Underwood School was pretty settled into their new digs on the east side of the school.

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December 22, 2016

Co-op survey not likely

The new commons area/administrative offices has been getting glowing reviews, even before the school held its official open house Monday evening.

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The Underwood Fire, Ambulance and Rescue Squad responded to a report of a Christmas tree on fire at a residence on Marion Drive Wednesday, at around 2:15 p.m.

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December 14, 2016

Emergency route outlined

The two-plus feet of snow that were recently dumped on Underwood prompted the Underwood City Commission to redefine its snow emergency routes so that ambulance and fire department personnel will be able to reach residents, and be able to get out of town.

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Who will be president?

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About 20 inches of snow fell in central North Dakota over the beginning of last week, with Underwood accumulating about 20 inches of snow and forcing school closures throughout the area for three days as winds picked up causing treacherous travel conditions.

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Despite less-than-ideal travel conditions recently, the construction of the new addition to the Underwood School should be ready on time, according to Underwood Superintendent Brandt Dick.

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The students at Underwood School will be celebrating the season the next two Thursdays as the high school and elementary students present their annual holiday concerts at the Vonderheide Gymnasium.

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With this summer’s street/curb project wrapped up for the year, and last summer’s floodwater project finally wrapped up, the city commissioners had fewer people to get updates from and fewer things to discuss, making for a quicker-than-normal meeting.

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