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District 2 Republicans win easily

District 2 Republican House candidates win easily in the Nov. 8 General Election. Final results are as follows: Bert Anderson, R-CROSBY 6,098 votes (38.73 percent) Don Longmuir, R-STANLEY 5975 votes (37.95 percent) Doug Hoffman, D-TRENTON 1,927 votes (12.24 percent) Brandon Delvo, D-BONETRAILL 1,725 votes (10.96 percent) Senate candidate, David Rust, R-TIOGA ran unopposed.

Posted 11/09/16 (Wed) read more »

Physical education annex coming soon

Physical education annex coming soon

Contractors have wasted no time since a decision by the Divide County School Board last month to move forward with more building.

Posted 11/08/16 (Tue) read more »

Local combat veterans live a life of service

Local combat veterans live a life of service

Joe Francetich, Justin (Jay) Lampert, Rodney Johnson, Curtis Nygaard and Allen Shefstad all deployed together after the 2003 invasion of Iraq.

Posted 11/08/16 (Tue) read more »

Deputies keep IDs hidden at protest

Divide County deputies are among dozens from all of over the state who have been called on to support the Morton County Sheriff’s Department as they respond to a growing encampment of people protesting the construction of an oil pipeline south of Bismarck.

Posted 11/08/16 (Tue) read more »

Butterfly child: Stretching supplies is necessary concession for the White family

Butterfly child: Stretching supplies is necessary concession for the White family

Doctors want Elizabeth White, 10, to have her bandages changed daily to prevent infection from a genetic disorder.

Posted 11/08/16 (Tue) read more »

Ambulance manager makes a pitch for drivers and more

Ambulance manager makes a pitch for drivers and more

The Divide County ambulance manager would like a second paramedic and more volunteers in order to help meet the needs of the area.

Posted 11/01/16 (Tue) read more »

Addiction counselor will serve Crosby

Changes are being made in mental health and addiction counseling services in Crosby.

Posted 11/01/16 (Tue) read more »

Shopping shift could have big impact on main street

Shopping shift could have big impact on main street

The call for folks to shop local is as old as Crosby, but a new effort seeks to drive that message home to new and younger residents.

Posted 11/01/16 (Tue) read more »

Butterfly child: Family is centered around dealing with epidermolysis bullosa health impacts

Butterfly child: Family is centered around dealing with epidermolysis bullosa health impacts

Jenny and Randy White live with a complex set of circumstances to care for their youngest daughter.

Posted 11/01/16 (Tue) read more »

Butterfly child: Cold air brings Missouri family to Crosby for health of 10-year-old girl

Butterfly child: Cold air brings Missouri family to Crosby for health of 10-year-old girl

Elizabeth White, 10, is afflicted with epidermolysis bullosa.

Posted 10/25/16 (Tue) read more »