When most of us think of reaching 95 years of age, we think of nursing homes, aches and pains, and the last slow decline of life.
From large cities to desolate scenery, from caves of bats to the streets of Hollywood -- five friends decided to make a personal dream a reality, to visit these places and many more.
People from Hazen, Beulah, and other communities throughout western North Dakota gathered at the Hazen City Hall over the weekend to admire the creations of local artists, vote for their favorite artwork, and take in both special presentations and live entertainment.
Quick Response Units have been an unexpected focus for the Mercer County Ambulance Service Board in the last several months.
After months of effort to bring together the different people involved and try to come up with a new plan or revive old plans, hopes of reaching a solution for the draining of the flooded Lake Shore Estates has been stonewalled.
If residents of Hazen and Beulah who live north of Highway 200 went to community churches Sunday, they were likely met with billowing smoke as they drove back toward their homes.