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Crosby audits are nearly done; accounting costs mount

It’s taken nearly two years, two different accounting firms, the help of Tri County Regional Development Council (TCRDC) staff and retired City Auditor Carol Lampert, but the City of Crosby’s tangled finances are just about straightened out.

Posted 3/15/16 (Tue) read more »

Cost sharing plans, health savings accounts worthy of review

Cost sharing plans, health savings accounts worthy of review

If you buy your own health insurance, it pays to know your options. Cost sharing alternatives, telemedicine, health savings accounts, tax deductions and penalties can all impact your bottom line.

Posted 3/15/16 (Tue) read more »

Development group will boost for keeping sales tax

The Divide County Economic Development Council (DCEDC) plans a series of ads promoting the importance of Crosby’s 1 percent city sales tax.

Posted 3/15/16 (Tue) read more »

Bensons offer computer services

Bensons offer computer services

Anna and Chad Benson are opening Edge Technology in Crosby, located in the former Crosby Optometric Clinic.

Posted 3/08/16 (Tue) read more »

Crosby Area Chamber wants a group to work proactively before street work

With a bid opening scheduled in April and the potential for torn up streets later this spring, members of the Crosby Area Chamber last week expressed concern about access to downtown businesses.

Posted 3/08/16 (Tue) read more »

Cameo play coming soon

Cameo play coming soon

This year’s Cameo Players production doesn’t just ask the audience to suspend their disbelief that what they are watching is real. Some of the cast members have to suspend disbelief too.

Posted 3/08/16 (Tue) read more »

Anderson’s photo sharing extends to two Facebook sites devoted to area

Anderson’s photo sharing extends to two Facebook sites devoted to area

People interested in Crosby history may like to know about two Facebook sites devoted to historic photographs.

Posted 3/01/16 (Tue) read more »

Ag Week brings tractors to school, attention to mission

Ag Week brings tractors to school, attention to mission

Why drive a tractor to school? Well, just to say you did.

Posted 3/01/16 (Tue) read more »

Word of state cutbacks trickling to county, townships

As state agencies struggle with the need for spending cutbacks, word is making its way to counties and townships that promised funds are no longer assured and the scope of some projects are changing.

Posted 3/01/16 (Tue) read more »

DFS scholarships still useful

DFS scholarships still useful

Free tuition and fees for 2016 grads planning to attend Williston State College do not negate the possibility of receiving local scholarships.

Posted 2/23/16 (Tue) read more »