Central McLean News-Journal - News

With the threat of Underwood losing two hours per day of post office service looming, the Underwood City Commission is trying to come up with some ways to ensure the post office’s revenue doesn’t drop more than it already has since the city started allowing home delivery.

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July 3, 2012

Don Gackle remembered

Don Gackle’s death this past Sunday leaves behind a lifetime of achievements.

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Voting members of the Falkirk Farmers Elevator listened to the recommendation of the board of directors and voted to approve allowing the sale of all assets at a special meeting Monday night at the Washburn Memorial Building.

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In case you didn’t notice the extra traffic downtown, there is some added hustle and bustle, thanks to the opening of the new restaurant, Underwood Grille, on Lincoln Ave.

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In the first informational meeting since the co-op members came together last winter to vote on a merger, the Falkirk Farmers Elevator board members talked about how they came to a state of insolvency.

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It was an active day for the North Dakota Highway Patrol this past week, utilizing unmarked vehicles to monitor traffic in the construction zone on U. S. Highway 83.

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Western North Dakota is on the fast lane headed into new territory. Those that want to make sure that the future growth from oil development is a smooth ride have been gathering to plan and prepare themselves for the ups and downs along the way.

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After 36 years of service for the Underwood area, the tired-out 1976 pumper truck will no longer be the main line of defense against minor or major fires.

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June 13, 2012

The revival continues

If you thought parking was a little tight at the fair this weekend, you were right. All major indicators are showing that the McLean County Fair is as strong as ever and it’s not showing signs of slowing down.

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It wasn’t exactly the most prime location in the state.

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