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Landing in the middle of National Volunteer Week, the Washburn volunteer ambulance squad hosted their annual pancake breakfast.

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When water began to creep over the county roads, few county officials and residents could honestly say that they were stunned.

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Will a community garden work in the city of Washburn?

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Three years ago, Tom and Katy Kassian attended a Love ND conference in Denver, Colo.

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"I am really proud of the kids. They really, really came through and did a good job, and I am so proud of them," said Washburn’s head speech coach, Vickie Mayer.

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In school you learn that up to 60 percent of the human body is made up of water, and that the human body requires about eight classes of water a day to survive.

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With recent flooding along the Missouri River in the Bismarck and Mandan areas, the U.S. Crops of Engineers made history on Tuesday when they shut down the flow of water coming out of the Garrison Dam and into the Missouri River, eliminating the flow to zero cubic feet per second.

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When the Washburn Lions Club was first organized in 1929, it is hard to say if the original creators expected the club to last 80 years.

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There are days in a high school student's career that they will remember for the rest of their lives.

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Building a law enforcement center from the ground up does not happen overnight.

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