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December 22, 2016

Weathering the weather

Whether you’re hitting the roads or at home hosting this holiday season, the McLean County Sheriff’s Department says it’s important to be prepared.

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One owner of the debated go-kart track in Washburn approached the city’s Planning and Zoning Board Monday to request information on changing ordinances.

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A new community sign is currently in the works, with Sales and Use tax money covering $50,000 and Washburn High School funding $10,000 of the cost.

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Alzheimer’s disease, the most common form of dementia, is a disease with no known cure.

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December 7, 2016

Winter concert canceled

Three local musicians set to perform with the Missouri River Community Band this week stayed home Tuesday after a storm canceled the Winter concert.

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Winter weather gave area students a 6-day break last week, and another day off Tuesday when schools in much of the state canceled due to blizzard conditions.

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An influx of stolen vehicles has hit the county recently, with authorities reporting four instances within the period of three days.

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November 30, 2016

Storm shutters schools

Washburn and Wilton schools both closed their doors to cold weather Monday and Tuesday, extending the Thanksgiving holiday vacation for students and staff.

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In an effort to reach a goal of collecting 50,000 pieces this year, Farmers Insurance of Bismarck is turning to surrounding communities to donate suits for soldiers returning to the workforce.

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When a family member has a disease that has no known cure, it’s sometimes difficult to find something to be thankful for during holidays like Thanksgiving.

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The Weather Network