December 30, 2015

Looking back on 2015

By Suzanne Werre
Editor

January

City commissioners and members of the Underwood Area Economic Development Corporation, headed by economic developer Tyler Demars, have decided to have a meeting to iron out what the city would like to see from the UAEDC. The idea of a meeting came when Demars made the UAEDC’s budget request at the city commission meeting held the first week of January.

Ross Pickar recently opened Triple-N-Transport in Underwood’s industrial park. The business will now be the central hub of Triple-N-Transport, an anhydrous hauling company, which was originally based in Berthold.

City commissioners are trying to pare down the estimated $4 million cost of a planned flood water project that will take place during the summer.

The Underwood Public School hosted an artist-in-residence, potter Robin Reynolds, for a week. Reynolds worked with each of the different classes at the school, molding and painting their individual clay projects.


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