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Their new home is in Mandan, but the hearts of the Grubb family remain in Washburn.

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Cost to buy old abandoned lumber yard – $20,000.

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For several years, Megan Freeman of Washburn has been involved in pageantry in North Dakota.

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McLean County residents gave nearly 50,000 reasons that they want to make sure cancer research continues to improve the chances of those who have the disease.

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Washburn’s biggest outing of the year, Lewis & Clark Riverboat Days starts Friday and continues through Sunday for three days of fun, hopefully in the sun.

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Bringing up cancer turns most any conversation sour, because at this point, there’s still no magic bullet to stop the terrible disease in its tracks.

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Just because the Wilton park board completed a great deal of work last year in finishing off two more playgrounds doesn’t mean they are done looking for ways to raise money.

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Monday morning was a time of remembrance and pride in Washburn.

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The seniors of Wilton School took one last walk through the halls of the school as students last Sunday during the graduation ceremony.

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Commissioners Derek Laning and Duane Bauer approved the purchase of the old lumberyard building and property from the Johnson family for $20,000 at the last regular commission meeting.

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