Central McLean News-Journal - News

While the harvest of pinto beans has begun in the area, it’s expected to extend through the month of October depending on the time farmers were able to get to the fields.

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Bridging a gap between existing businesses and the folks that can help them is something that Underwood economic developer Tyler Demars is currently striving toward.

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When a fair-goer stepped through the spongy floor of the county fair home ec building floor on the last day of the fair this summer, that was absolutely the last straw.

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An invisible weight could almost be seen being lifted off the shoulders of Comet Kids’ Childcare board members...

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After living and working in California for the past 20 years, elementary teacher Kerrie Stansfield...

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Helping a family say goodbye to a loved one takes a personal, caring touch that’s not easily found in every person.

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Father Patrick Cunningham took possibly the longest route possible to get to the priesthood, but he’s thrilled to finally be there, and here, in Underwood.

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Three days into the new school year, Elementary Principal Barb Robinson was still paging through papers, finding information for people – class lists, correct spellings of names.

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Numbers count – that seems especially true each fall when area school districts tally the number of students enrolled in their schools.

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A fresh water tank near an oil drilling rig less than one mile from Lake Sakakawea ruptured in mid-June, spewing 374,000 gallons of water into and near Lake Sakakawea.

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