If some ornery Hazen students aren’t deterred by in-school suspensions, coming to school on a Saturday might do the trick.
The reorganization of the Mercer County Commission included little of the sort at its regular meeting last Wednesday, as the commission unanimously voted for Commission Chairman Lyle Latimer to retain his seat as commission chair, and Commissioner Frank Bitterman to take the title of vice-chair.
The number of tardy Hazen students is about to spike. Hazen High School principal Ed Boger confirmed at the Hazen School Board’s regular meeting Monday evening that he was able to arrange student schedules to allow the district to switch the school day back to its traditional daily schedule of 8:30 a.m.-3:15 p.m.
From washing clothes to watering cattle, the Southwest Water Pipeline Project will bring some welcomed water to area residents.
It’s estimated that 138 million people will rise out of bed the day after Thanksgiving to fight the crowds and get in on Black Friday deals this week. While many large stores in the bigger cities may see huge profits, the small businesses tucked away in small town North Dakota are often just as competitive and hope to see business this holiday season.