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North Dakotans understand better than most how dangerous severe weather can be.

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Once again, it’s wait-and-see construction as time without street access drags on.

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A weekend crash course involving the "Jaws of Life" tested the metal of Washburn ambulance personnel and firefighers.

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The Washburn Volunteer Ambulance Service needs more volunteers to ensure there will be enough emergency responders to dispatch to area calls.

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A new low-interest loan might help attract businesses to Washburn.

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After less than two months of construction, the Eyecare Professionals’ new facility is open for business.

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McLean County officials got their first look Monday at the $8.1 million 2010 proposed budget.

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Before the Washburn School Board could get down to business this month, the board members had to put on their best smile for the group’s yearbook photo.

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More than 175 years after his countryman Prince Maximilian explored North Dakota, the German ambassador to the United States paid Washburn a visit last week.

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September 17, 2009

Patching up the project

The street construction project has dragged on for two months longer than intended, but the underground work is finally complete.

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The Weather Network