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Homecoming was especially sweet for two families of three troops who returned home after a yearlong mission in Basra, Iraq.

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In a sea of 15 highly skilled applicants, the Washburn Area Economic Development Association board chose one that they hope will hit the ground running and see what developments can be made in Washburn.

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It was June 28, 1967 when Clayton Carr first stood tall and saluted the flag at Metropolitan Stadium in Bloomington, Minn.

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A limited liability company formed by Norfarms, Great River Energy and Headwaters, Inc. is nearing completion on another massive structure housed near the Blue Flint Ethanol plant as well as the Coal Creek Power Plant.

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City commissioners were somewhat surprised to hear that once complete, the new water plant may not run itself.

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There are some assumptions that development has been tried in Washburn and it didn’t work.

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As 2011 approaches, department heads continue to present McLean County Commissioners with their preliminary budgets for 2011.

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September 16, 2010

Riding with the angels

Tom Bell likes the feel of the wind in his face.

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The North Dakota landscape has a great influence on the culture of the people within it.

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It’s harvest time, and with that comes a bounty of food overflowing from area gardens.

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