Leader-News - News

A developer near Ryder has plans of a 120-unit temporary housing facility with a convenience store and all the options for people looking for housing as they come from afar for a job in the oil fields.

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Within the river bottoms full of cottonwood trees, near the place where the land changes dramatically from rich cropland to arid badlands, the diverse landscape will take your breath away.

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The regularity of man camps in conversations has Washburn commissioners thinking about ways to be prepared if and when the camps come to town.

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Having too much business isn’t something anyone around here is going to complain about.

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The new McLean County courthouse is rising up smoothly alongside the Law Enforcement Center and current courthouse.

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The beginning of 2011 was a frightful one as snow covered an already wet state.

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There’s something in every runner that drives them to work their bodies to its limits.

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Imagine if you could start teaching your child about reading as soon as they are born. Actually you can, and experts say you should.

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The need for more daycare options in Washburn has been voiced at numerous public meetings.

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December 21, 2011

Singing Christmas cheer

Christmas just isn’t Christmas until the joy of giving has been experienced in full for many of Washburn’s fine singers.

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