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When the Washburn Lions Club was first organized in 1929, it is hard to say if the original creators expected the club to last 80 years.

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There are days in a high school student's career that they will remember for the rest of their lives.

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Building a law enforcement center from the ground up does not happen overnight.

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"The city of Washburn contracted Toman Engineering to first develop a street inventory plan for the city to figure out what was needed to be done to the various streets within Washburn," said David Thompson, representative of Toman Engineering during Monday's special meeting called by the city of Washburn, partially to address the Renner Road addition, which was petitioned out by 80 percent of the property owners.

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All too often in this world, people become busy with their own needs and wants, and through the process of busy days, hectic careers and packed calendars, many people seldom take a moment to step back and realize the situations of those around them.

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It was standing room only for Monday night's Washburn City Commission meeting.

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Washburn residents may feel like they are struggling to find their way in a fog as they work to understand the projected street improvement projects for 2009.

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The recently proposed three-Division plan by the North Dakota High School Athletic Association has caused a lot of discussion not only by the Washburn School Board, but also by school boards throughout the state.

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February 26, 2009

Fun under the big top

Some banquets take several days or even a week to plan and organize.

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The persuasive power that music possesses can lift spirits or rally the home team, or celebrate Memorial Day.

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