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A hero is defined as a person with distinguished courage or abilities that is admired for their brave deeds and noble qualities.

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When local teens are not in school or participating in athletic activities, there are not many opportunities for the kids to keep busy.

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Creating a successful and long lasting business in a small town such as Washburn, the business must adapt through generations of change.

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Oil and coal are two topics that may be on the mind of every North Dakota resident.

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It was with lots of emotion and celebration that the First Congregational Church in Wing held its last and final service after 97 years of service to the community on Sept. 14, 2008.

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In September, 1883 Reverend I.O. Scheie of Hudson visited the Washburn area. With him he brought the traditions and worshiping style of the Lutheran church.

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It has been nearly a year since the South Central Regional Water District plant began serving the Wilton area, bringing a stream of cool, clear water like Wilton hasnít had before.

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As fans bundle in mittens and scarves, huddling together to conserve heat, they use the little energy the weather will allow to proudly cheer on their team.

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The Washburn School Board began discussing upcoming construction on the school grounds.

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In early September 1978, Washburn was a very different community than it is today. Thirty years ago the agriculture-based society was beginning construction on the local power plants, and the town boomed with construction personnel as coal and energy took over Washburn.

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