Leader-News - News

Pull four book-smart boys from Atlanta, Georgia and drop them in the Missouri River Valley, working ranch land, and the end result is four guys that are ready to make a difference in their world by the sweat of their brow.

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Bikers in the area took a drive that changed their lives and those in Minot on Sunday.

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Throughout all this flooding, countless families have been put out of their homes and dispersed to campers, cabins, relatives’ homes and various other temporary locations until they can return home to assess the untold damages.

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The last regular Wilton school board meeting was a chance for Superintendent Craig Johnson to update members on construction projects around the school and other large items coming down the pipeline.

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A group of Washburn residents got together when they saw a need in the community.

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With the construction of the new United Methodist Church comes a request from the building committee to name a soon-to-be street differently than a connecting street.

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It’s the gift that keeps on giving – or taking in the case of McLean County.

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Every Friday they set up shop in the Enerbase parking lot.

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A 260-mile, 345 kV transmission line to be installed from Center to Grand Forks is still running into land owners along the proposed corridor that want nothing to do with the utility.

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Talk has been negative since the flood started. It’s hard to find a positive spin when houses and lives have been uprooted.

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The Weather Network