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July 14, 2024

Town orders logs on Jensen Lane to be removed in a...

A 17-acre plot of land on Jensen Lane continued to be the scene

Music for Schools puts instruments in the hands of students

As he was growing up in Fortuna, Henry Trione played trombone in

Jensen Lane wood lot alarms neighbors

Neighbors on the eastern edge of Windsor are battling over the

Statewide hunger survey underestimates the need for food

A statewide survey on hunger indicates that 21,000 low-income

Chinook revival captured on videotape

In the first week of November the rains came. Runoff flooded

Sutton Park residents put on the gloves

Residents in the Sutton Park area of Windsor were joined by town

House subcommittee restores $3 million for UTTC operating costs

The president of United Tribes Technical College called it "wonderful news" that the U.S. House Appropriations Subcommittee on Interior has approved $3 million in federal funding for UTTC.

Retailers, authorities team up to fight meth

It took less than two hours to train 40 new recruits to help law enforcement root out meth labs in North Dakota. The new division of informants was made up of employees and management of local gas stations, grocery stores and department stores.