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Outpouring of concern follows triple fatality

Outpouring of concern follows triple fatality

Posted 8/30/16 (Tue) read more »

Safe-cracking yields peek at Points

Safe-cracking yields peek at Points

During refurbishment of the R.H. Points building, Danny Hansen began following a trail of clues that led him to the combination for his safe.

Posted 8/23/16 (Tue) read more »

County looks at more shifting of job duties

Divide County Emergency Manager Jody Gunlock has volunteered to reduce his hours by about one-third in 2017.

Posted 8/23/16 (Tue) read more »

Ribbon cut on Grenora school addition

Ribbon cut on Grenora school addition

Students and teachers came back to school last week to celebrate an addition that will help ensure students are well served in Grenora for decades to come.

Posted 8/23/16 (Tue) read more »

JDA talks about Southridge inaction

Frustration over a lack of development on Crosby’s south side is a topic for discussion among members of the Divide County Jobs Development Authority (JDA), but also for the community at large.

Posted 8/16/16 (Tue) read more »

More asphalt layers are still to come for Crosby streets

More asphalt layers are still to come for Crosby streets

The street paving that has taken place over the past week mostly comprises the first of two or three “lifts” that each block will ultimately receive, Mayo Construction Project Manager Ryan Rostad said.

Posted 8/16/16 (Tue) read more »

Homegrown teacher

Homegrown teacher

Marissa Ratcliffe-Cox, 23, grew up in Crosby schools, studied in her Crosby home to become a teacher and next week begins a 15-week student teaching assignment in Crosby.

Posted 8/16/16 (Tue) read more »

Sundberg enjoys technology -- new and vintage

Sundberg enjoys technology -- new and vintage

At work, Chris Sundberg develops turbomachinery software. At play, he races vintage roadsters.

Posted 8/09/16 (Tue) read more »

Paving could begin as soon as today

Paving could begin as soon as today

Crosby’s citywide street reconstruction could move into the much-awaited paving phase as soon as today, Mayo Construction project superintendent Bill Werven said at a progress meeting Thursday.

Posted 8/09/16 (Tue) read more »

Indicators are for steady enrollments at schools

Area schools are preparing for the start of a new year in the next couple of weeks and while hard numbers are not yet available, most districts expect to welcome back about as many students as they ended with last spring.

Posted 8/02/16 (Tue) read more »