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Sales tax issues and lighting discussed by Crosby council

Progress on solving the issue of a poorly lit Main Street and concern over the way the council is operating the Spirit Fund brought out the most discussion at the council’s regular meeting Monday night.

Posted 2/02/16 (Tue) read more »

The 2nd half is more about mentoring

The 2nd half is more about mentoring

Mark Gjovig, chief financial officer of Go Wireline in Williston, says it thrills him to watch others in his industry succeed.

Posted 1/26/16 (Tue) read more »

Recruitment and incentive plan outlined

Whether or not to offer a recruitment and incentive program to skilled tradesmen and professionals is an issue that divides the Crosby Spirit Fund board.

Posted 1/26/16 (Tue) read more »

School safety and security are priorities

School safety and security are priorities

School patrons were outnumbered by school staff and administrators at the first of two informational meetings designed to inform patrons about the need for a $9.9 million school bond issue.

Posted 1/26/16 (Tue) read more »

School prepares cost breakdown of building plans before bond measure

Divide County school officials are hoping a cost breakdown for each part of their building plans will help patrons understand their request for $9.9 million in bonds up for vote Feb. 9.

Posted 1/19/16 (Tue) read more »

Crosby attorneys receive Supreme Court ruling

Crosby attorneys receive Supreme Court ruling

The decision on a North Dakota Supreme Court appeal that put two Crosby attorneys on opposing sides could have a wide impact.

Posted 1/19/16 (Tue) read more »

Daycare group offers update

The public is invited to hear an update on the Crosby Kids Daycare building project at a meeting Tuesday.

Posted 1/19/16 (Tue) read more »

A few rooms will have big impact at schools

A few rooms will have big impact at schools

A $9.9 million plan set for a bond vote on Feb. 9 would add four classrooms at the elementary school and three to five more at the high school.

Posted 1/19/16 (Tue) read more »

Showdown in Columbus ends with payment, resignations

Showdown in Columbus ends with payment, resignations

Columbus is advertising for a new city auditor, has a new interim mayor and will also need to fill at least one vacancy on its city council.

Posted 1/12/16 (Tue) read more »

Street work could last up to six months

A major street repair and sewer line replacement project in Crosby could last five to six months, according to City Engineer Bill Moonen.

Posted 1/12/16 (Tue) read more »