McIntosh County remains one of the COVID-19 hot spots in North Dakota, which itself has the highest per-capita infection rate of all the states. By Friday, Oct. 23, McIntosh County, population 2,585 had recorded 167 total positives and four deaths since the pandemic began. So, 1 in 15 of McIntosh County residents have tested positive at one point or another.
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A fire scare on Dec. 13 that could have consumed most of the City of Ashley's heavy machinery prompted action by the Ashley City Council on Jan. 7. They voted to contract with Dickey Rural Network to install a 24/7 monitoring system. A fire started in the city garbage truck while it was parked in a city building. It was discovered in time for the Ashley Fire Department to extinguish the blaze before it destroyed the truck and two payloaders parked nearby.
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After battling with lupus for 10 years, Casey James, Castaic, California, decided it was time to help herself get better.
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Helfee Bros Custom Chopping were the weekly winners of the KSJB 600 "Feed the Farmers" drawing on Thursday.
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What do you do when you’re bored and don’t like television?
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Officials with the state Health Department are continuing to warn of blue-green algae concentrations in McIntosh County.
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Scott Schlepp, of Ashley, is planning to make a horse and wagon ride he has been dreaming of doing for many years, a reality.
Posted 7/25/18 (Wed) - by read more »
Ashley’s Main Street was quiet one recent Sunday at sunset.
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The flags that decorate Ashley’s Main Street of Ashley, donated by the Heupel family, were casualties of a July 3 storm.
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