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The doctor is in
March 20, 2019

The doctor is in

There’s one thing Dr. Andrea Schlafmann won’t be doing at her North County Vet Clinic.

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The Underwood City Commission put out the proverbial welcome mat for Dollar General to come to Underwood, approving the Planning and Zoning Board’s recommendation to change the zoning of Outlot “D” on the east side of Underwood from “Agriculture” to “General Commercial” at its meeting Wednesday night.

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Turtle Lake’s main street spruce-up will be starting this spring as the city, local business owners and Lyle Hogue of the Lewis and Clark Development Group began working together to determine how the $100,000 Main Street Initiative grants should be used.

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One-of-a-kind, The Hymnus Tree

Underwood’s Alisha Schieber was putting a few finishing touches on her new business Friday afternoon, anxiously awaiting the soft opening of her new artisan boutique and craft studio, The Hymnus Tree, a little later that day.

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If it had to break, now is probably the best time.

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Tiny Turtles revamps kitchen

The kids at Tiny Turtles Daycare in Turtle Lake probably don’t care very much, but they’ve got a new and improved kitchen at their home-away-from-home.

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Title curse is over
February 26, 2019

Title curse is over

The Underwood Comets ended a 32-year drought Monday night, winning the boys district basketball tournament for the first time since 1987.

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Underwood’s recent water main breaks that ended up forcing a “boil order” on the residents of Underwood was deemed a “blessing in disguise” by Underwood City Commissioner Jay Snyder at last Wednesday’s special meeting of the commission.

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With six guests, including teachers Kara Smalls, Courtney Volochenko, Heather Kramer, Michelle Pickett, and Heidi Anderson and Cory Grabinger, the full-page February 13 Turtle Lake-Mercer School Board agenda was thoroughly covered.

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The BAD:  Underwood had 3-day ‘boil order’

As of Tuesday morning, Underwood residents were being advised that they could run drinking water out of the tap without having to boil it first, as the city continued its recovery from a complete water shut-down after a series of water main breaks starting about 2:30 Friday morning.

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