Never have I heard our nation’s Pledge of Allegiance ring as loud and clear as I did that day within the chamber of the North Dakota House of Representatives.
According to the National Weather Service, nearly 75 inches of snow fell on Mercer County in the winter of 2009-2010. Coupled with already-saturated soil, that amount of snowfall was more than enough to cause significant spring flooding.
Former Mercer County Ambulance Service paramedic William J. Miller, Elgin, was found guilty on five counts of disorderly conduct in a jury trial held Monday at the Mercer County Courthouse in Stanton.
It’s going to take collaboration between several entities to save Lake Shore Estates from seemingly imminent spring flooding. Mercer County and its resources is one of those entities.
Janis “John” and Lina Lamsters know all too well the importance of safety at railroad crossings.
North Dakota’s four large lignite mines produced 28.8 million tons of lignite coal in 2010 – down about 1 million tons from 2009.
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.