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September 4, 2013

Transfer to tribe heats up

In the first time in nine years, a state agency is again going on record as being concerned about a possible transfer of thousands of acres that could be transferred to the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation.

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In just the past year, Washburn has been a site of interest by several hotel developers.

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“We need to bring our city back to the standards it once had,” summed up the hope of Wilton resident Fred Schauer after presenting a series of photos to city commissioners last Wednesday at the regular board meeting.

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A representative of Martin Construction visited commissioners to get approval to bury trees in the ground on the John Renner property, which bordered on the city limits.

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The Washburn School District remains in good shape in the transportation department.

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The start of school is right around the corner and administrators at the Washburn School agree things are ready to go with only minor changes to the order.

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From house plants to hogs, students at Washburn School have been learning leadership skills encased in agricultural classes with the help of their ag teacher Mike Kamrath.

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Oil development in North Dakota has added pressure on at least some parts of McLean County.

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It’s not likely you run into many New Yorkers while out in the prairies of North Dakota.

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A common slogan of 4-H is to “Learn by doing.”

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