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Rodeo fundraiser a success

Rodeo fundraiser  a success

On Saturday April 10, the Ashley Community Rodeo Club hosted their annual soup and sausage supper and were happy to report that they served over 250 people, making it the most successful dinner since the event’s inception.

Posted 4/19/21 (Mon) - by read more »

Hall of fame: Ashley High School’s mural tradition

Hall of fame: Ashley High School’s mural tradition

When combined, painting and praise have created not only tradition but walls of memories. In 2002/2003, Don Paulsrud took over as senior class advisor for the Ashley School. According to Paulsrud, It was at this time that the tradition of seniors painting a mural in the hallways before graduation got started. "We had been talking to the senior class about being a positive role model/leader and leaving a positive mark on the school, and it was one of those things that just popped into my head, and the kids ran with it...

Posted 4/19/21 (Mon) - by read more »

How do insects survive winter?

How do insects survive winter?

Insects are the ultimate survivors. While we shiver outdoors in our heavy winter coats, insects are using amazing strategies to survive. Some are producing “antifreeze” inside their bodies and others are migrating thousands of miles, while others are snuggling together in giant clusters.

Posted 12/28/20 (Mon) - by read more »

Ice fishing has changed dramatically in the past 40 years

Ice fishing has changed dramatically in the past 40 years

Ice fishing insight for North Dakota this winter from Greg Power, fisheries division chief for the North Dakota Game and Fish Department.

Posted 12/28/20 (Mon) - by read more »

NDDOT launches new mobile app ND Drive

NDDOT launches new mobile app ND Drive

The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) launched its new mobile app, called NDDrive.This app enables users to conduct various driver license and motor vehicle transactions on any mobile device or tablet.

Posted 12/28/20 (Mon) - by read more »

We'll be here for you

We'll be here for you

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Posted 3/18/20 (Wed) - by read more »

After Close Call, City will install 24/7 monitoring system

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.

Posted 1/16/19 (Wed) - by read more »

Athletic accomplishment

Athletic accomplishment

After battling with lupus for 10 years, Casey James, Castaic, California, decided it was time to help herself get better.

Posted 8/22/18 (Wed) - by read more »

Dinner Time

Dinner Time

Helfee Bros Custom Chopping were the weekly winners of the KSJB 600 "Feed the Farmers" drawing on Thursday.

Posted 8/15/18 (Wed) - by read more »

Creative creation

Creative creation

What do you do when you’re bored and don’t like television?

Posted 8/08/18 (Wed) - by read more »

 
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