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The Scouts of Washburn are looking to be visible through their service and a good way to let their light shine was by helping to decorate the community Christmas tree last week.

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There’s no doubt a coach has the power to influence the lives of hundreds – if not thousands – of youth through the life of their career.

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The Washburn elementary students have been working hard on the annual Christmas concert, which is being presented to the public at 7:30 p.m.

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The Wilton School students are preparing for a night of merriment as the high school concert and spaghetti dinner takes place from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Thursday at the Wilton School.

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One of the finest performances with one of the youngest groups of students at Washburn High School brought the team of 20 Washburn students a fourth place finish at the State B one-act competition.

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The Washburn City Commission continues to look over buildings and other structures going up without proper permits.

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The back stage of the Miss Grand Forks Scholarship Pageant is a place where Kayla Wiese never wanted to be.

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It’s been some time since Washburn has had a fitness facility for residents to pump iron or run up a good sweat.

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It became clear to the Wilton American Legion that the Wilton community cares about the symbol of freedom when on Saturday morning they had three boxes of American flags to retire.

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