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It didn’t take long to determine high bids on tax-delinquent property that was on the auction block last month for unpaid taxes.

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December 3, 2009

One-Act makes state finals

James Cavo and Alexis Kelsch were in grade school when the World Trade Center Towers fell.

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Even though several decades have passed, the tradition of scouting is alive and well in Washburn.

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Voices were raised in Washburn’s Memorial Building last week, over an issue that seems to have all of central North Dakota talking.

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It was run, run, run, for the bison who live on Cross Ranch Nature Preserve last week.

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After months of anticipation and a bit of anxiety, Washburn’s street project is finished.

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November 12, 2009

Veteran recalls Navy service

His name is Gerald Nordquist, but most people know him as "Stork."

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They found a half-written text message on the victim’s cell phone.

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Community members at a meeting last week said it is a struggle to find child care in town, and many have resorted to leaving their children with unlicensed caregivers.

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OK, so "Fall 2008" was a bit ambitious, but Dakota Farms will be open for business in a few months.

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