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Streets will be open during threshing bee

Streets will be open during threshing bee

Access to Crosby’s downtown business blocks could remain restricted for another week with heavy road construction continuing in Crosby’s downtown area, Mayo Construction Project Superintendent Bill Werven said at Thursday’s regular Citywide Street Reconstruction Progress Meeting.

Posted 7/12/16 (Tue) read more »

Great Northern towns celebrate 100 years

Great Northern towns celebrate 100 years

At 99 years old, Gail Johnson is about ready to celebrate her own centennial, but Saturday out in Grenora and Alamo she was helping the towns celebrate their centennials instead.

Posted 7/05/16 (Tue) read more »

Foster care grows Crosby family

Foster care grows Crosby family

Renae and Starrsky Stubbs became licensed foster parents earlier this year.

Posted 7/05/16 (Tue) read more »

Grenora celebrates 100th year

Grenora celebrates 100th year

Grenora will celebrate its centennial July 1, 2 and 3 with a Sawyer Brown concert, old time dances and street dances, class reunions and much more.

Posted 6/28/16 (Tue) read more »

Big wind hits Wildrose

Big wind hits Wildrose

What residents are calling a plow wind took the roof off the old Wildrose school Friday night, toppled grain bins, wrapped a trailer around a utility pole and downed trees that blocked streets all over town.

Posted 6/28/16 (Tue) read more »

Streets added, taken out of Crosby street project

Streets added, taken out of Crosby street project

Crosby’s citywide street reconstruction will now also include Main Street NW and Main Street NE by the courthouse, following a special meeting held by the Crosby City Council on Thursday to discuss possible changes to the project.

Posted 6/21/16 (Tue) read more »

Fair focuses on adding family-friendly events

Fair focuses on adding family-friendly events

Of the Divide County Fair’s roughly 20 events, many were geared toward kids.

Posted 6/21/16 (Tue) read more »

Hail damage will total millions

The storm may have passed but the damage is still lingering.

Posted 6/21/16 (Tue) read more »

Agents estimate 30,000 acres of crops damaged

Agents estimate 30,000 acres of crops damaged

Storms on Thursday mowed down fields along the ND 5 corridor and pulverized acreage past Alamo, Ray and Tioga.

Posted 6/14/16 (Tue) read more »

Hailed!

Hailed!

Hail up to golf-ball sized on Thursday mowed thousands of acres of Divide County cropland, dented cars and peppered siding with pock marks.

Posted 6/14/16 (Tue) read more »