Central McLean News-Journal - News

A water rate increase is probably in Underwood residents’ futures. How much that increase will be has yet to be determined.

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It’s official – no additions to Cougar sports co-op

After months of discussion and debate, the Turtle Lake-Mercer School board is officially saying it is not interested in expanding the current Central McLean co-op to include basketball and volleyball.

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The Westridge Golf Course is good-to-go for this spring and summer’s golfers, and the club members are excited to show off the improvements that have been made to the club house over the winter.

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Church youth raising funds for Belize trip

Mercer Baptist Church minister Ed Gullett is trying to hit home with his church youth a mantra he understands and lives by – the church is not a building – it’s a people.

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New face, new mission at Tiny Turtles

There is a new face and a new attitude at the Tiny Turtles Daycare in Turtle Lake.

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Just before 8 p.m. last Wednesday night, the Underwood Fire, Ambulance and Rescue Squad members responded to the Underwood School following a 911 call reporting a possible fire near the weight room on the south side of the school.

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The Best U Can Be
April 10, 2019

The Best U Can Be

Underwood Elementary Principal Derrick Gross and members of the school’s design team revealed the new “Underwood Way” logo to the rest of the student body and the community.

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The driver of a semi pulling a tanker-trailer was arrested on felony charges last week following a multi-county chase that ended in Washburn.

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Look for some Gatsby-inspired suits and dresses this Saturday as Turtle Lake-Mercer celebrates the Roaring 20s at this year’s prom Saturday night at the Ed Rath Auditorium in Turtle Lake. The grand march is set to start at 7 p.m.

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Feasibility study gets financial boost

The possibility of a greenhouse that could be a boon to McLean County’s economy is one step closer as the North Dakota Agricultural Products Utilization Commission (APUC) recently awarded Houweling’s Tomatoes $136,000 to conduct marketing and feasibility research.

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