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Trade war could hit farmers in pocketbook

President Trump's steel and aluminum import tariffs went into effect on Friday, March 23, 2018. Since the tariffs were first announced, agricultural industry spokespersons, politicians from impacted states, and farmers and ranchers across the country have been voicing their concerns.

Posted 3/27/18 (Tue) - by read more »

Hennen: Radio talk show host to speak in Ashley

One of the biggest names in North Dakota talk radio, Scott Hennen, will be appearing in Ashley on April 4 at the Ashley Chamber of Commerce Annual Banquet at the Wild Rose Cafe. The dinner starts at 6 p.m. Hennen will speak afterward.

Posted 3/27/18 (Tue) - by read more »

Ashley brainiacs take first

Ashley brainiacs take first

The Ashley High School Acalympics Team took first place in a scholastic competition in Linton on March 13.

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County faces more costs to meet USDA regulations on $1.2 million shop project

The longer the McIntosh County Commission looks at building a new machine shop in McIntosh County, the more expensive and complicated it seems to get.

Posted 3/20/18 (Tue) - by read more »

Chronic ice issues a concern on Main Street

Chronic ice issues a concern on Main Street

One of the topics of concern at the monthly Ashley City Council on March 12 was the treacherous snow and ice on the south side of Main Street, a chronic hazard for businesses and their customers.

Posted 3/20/18 (Tue) - by read more »

Former governor Sinner dead at 89

George Sinner, who served as North Dakota's governor during one of the state's roughest economic times, has died. He was 89.

Posted 3/13/18 (Tue) - by read more »

Zeeland among 17 schools to adopt testing change

State Superintendent Kirsten Baesler said last week that 17 North Dakota school districts, including Zeeland, have been cleared to use the ACT exam in place of a required state math and English achievement test for high school students. The districts had asked for approval to make the switch.

Posted 3/13/18 (Tue) - by read more »

Blizzard stops county in its tracks

Blizzard stops county in its tracks

Only in North Dakota would you hear the words, “We could use a good blizzard.” After a dry summer and an open winter, people were ready for moisture in any form, and boy, they got it around the state.

Posted 3/13/18 (Tue) - by read more »

Wind farm hits marks for safety

Wind farm hits marks for safety

For its U.S. wind projects, Acciona Energy has received the American Wind Energy Association's (AWEA) Safety and Health Achievement Gold Award and the Operations in Excellence Award.

Posted 3/07/18 (Wed) - by read more »

Spring gas price spike could be $0.40 higher than last year

Spring gas price spike could be $0.40 higher than last year

For the first two months of 2018, gas prices have been running higher than the last three years.

Posted 3/07/18 (Wed) - by read more »

 
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