Leader-News - News

The North Dakota 4-H Camp, spanning 84 acres along the banks of the Missouri River near Washburn, will begin welcoming campers as early as May 30 this year – come rain or shine, old bunk beds or new.

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Several price quotes have been received to install signage along Hwy. 83, bringing attention to Washburn's downtown business district.

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The county has been allocated $3.6 million from the recently passed Surge bill (SB 2103) in the legislature, which is good, because there are plenty of roads that are in need of repair.

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Spring load restrictions are now in place in and around the city of Washburn.

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It's a rare occasion to see Patrick Pochant without a smile on his face.

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March 4, 2015

'Blarney Bash'

Craic [krak]: fun and entertainment, especially good conversation and company, particularly prominent in Ireland.

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February 25, 2015

Safety Day at RDO

What does a slow moving vehicle sign look like?

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Since mid-January, the words "bus" and "repair" tangoing in the same sentence has troubled Wilton Public School's staff and administration.

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It's simple, 6 – 4 = 2.

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Student athletes participating in District 10 volleyball will soon be doing so in a super-regional format, which will completely eliminate district tournaments.

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