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February 21, 2018

‘Purse-a-Palooza’

A fundraiser being held in Washburn next month is aiming to provide funding for the county’s new resource center building.

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The former Director of North Dakota Generation at Great River Energy will get a chance to work with the company once again as he takes on a new role as the director of Transmission Authority for the state.

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Three individuals with just shy of 70 years of combined experience at Washburn Public School will not be returning this fall, as both principals and the athletic director all submitted letters of resignation Friday.

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A grease fire that started over the weekend claimed the home of a Washburn family, as the trailer house burnt to the ground Saturday morning.

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Half of Washburn’s Java Rose Floral and Cappuccino shop will dissolve this month, as the 10-year-old coffee bar is scheduled to pour its last drink on Feb. 23.

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February 7, 2018

Getting sharp

Typically, the part of surgery that most people don’t get to see is the actual time on the table, under the knife.

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McLean County officers are the most recent addition to the list of local entities now carrying and trained on Narcan, an opioid overdose reversal medication.

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After plans for a summer program fell through in 2017, the Wilton School Board is discussing how to make the idea reality this year.

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January 24, 2018

NDDES working out the kinks

Cellphone users across the state were left alarmed and confused after North Dakota’s first-ever Blue Alert appeared on their devices, but offered little information last week.

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Students and staff welcomed in new challenges, prizes and mascots for this year’s American Heart Association fundraiser kickoff last week, celebrating a major achievement as they geared up to spread the word on heart health.

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