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March 15, 2017

Behind the barbed wire

As turmoil around the Dakota Access Pipeline slowly subsides, local EMTs are sharing their stories from inside the law enforcement camp south of Mandan.

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A bullet hole discovered in an Underwood radio tower is set to be repaired in the near future, along with an antenna that was blown off during the winter.

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“You’re the first responder. You’re their lifeline.”

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As planning for this year’s prom gets into full swing, the Wilton School Board turned to students for feedback on the event they share with Wing.

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One multi-purpose Washburn destination has a new face behind it after owners handed over keys to the gas station and connected flower and coffee shop last week.

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As a sign of support, the Washburn City Commission is drafting a letter to representatives urging funding for the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center.

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Last year’s Washburn third graders averaged about 3 points below the NWEA average for math testing, but that gap has widened this year, causing some concern.

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North Dakota Lieutenant Governor Brent Sanford spoke at the annual WAEDA meeting this week, promoting the use of community surveys to help build on the strengths of the community.

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In an effort to show his continued support for local law enforcement, a Garrison man donated over a thousand rounds of ammunition last week.

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A bill that would have made U.S. Highway 83 a 75 mile per hour road failed on Thursday with only six supporting votes.

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