Central McLean News-Journal - News

September 28, 2011

School construction continues

The Underwood school board reviewed the current school renovation project that started this summer and found things to be falling into place as planned.

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Traffic concerns, covenants and drainage fears have put a temporary halt to a proposal by Alan Ness to develop a 40-lot subdivision near Wolf Creek.

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The faculty at Underwood public school added one new teacher this year.

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In late October, Kelly Simenson will lead his horse, Baby, into the trailer and make a 1,200-mile trek south to arrive in Oklahoma City and compete for a chance to win $50,000.

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City commissioners discussed the replacement and retrofit of new lighting in the city hall during the last regular city commission meeting.

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Area producers are continuing to harvest small grains as weather provides only slightly drier conditions than what has been seen over the growing season.

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R & S Oil, a business that’s been serving Underwood for almost 90 years by the Rasmusson family, has been sold to the Ruds of Rud Oil.

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Roger and Joni Britton have been a force of education of which generations have been able to be a part.

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The local Underwood School Foundation helped out once again by providing some big funds for a few extra items at the Underwood School this year.

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Talk of draining Underwood started early in the 2011 winter season.

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