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Lights out for license site?

Lights out for license site?

It appears the once-a-month driver's license service site in Wishek soon will be eliminated — a casualty of the state's ongoing financial downturn.

Posted 2/28/17 (Tue) read more »

Fundraiser aids adoption plans

Fundraiser aids adoption plans

Renee and Josh Fornelli, who teach in Wishek and Napoleon, respectively, have decided to adopt a child.

Posted 2/28/17 (Tue) read more »

Anydrous transfers require notice

Anydrous transfers require notice

As the spring season approaches, Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring is reminding anhydrous ammonia users to file the proper documentation before transferring the fertilizer from a tanker to a nurse tank in the field.

Posted 2/22/17 (Wed) read more »

Wishek survives Titan closures

Wishek survives Titan closures

Word that Titan Machinery plans to close its stores in Kulm and Kintyre has put the company's Wishek location in the spotlight.

Posted 2/22/17 (Wed) read more »

Shop tops county agenda

Shop tops county agenda

McIntosh County commissioners are once again looking at possible funding sources for a new building that would serve as headquarters for the Road Maintenance Department.

Posted 2/15/17 (Wed) read more »

Blowing in the wind

Blowing in the wind

Wind energy may be making a comeback in McIntosh County and across southcentral North Dakota. Lincoln Clean Energy, based in Chicago, recently erected a MET (short for meteorological) tower about five miles southwest of Wishek.

Posted 2/06/17 (Mon) read more »

Lawyer opens Wishek office

Lawyer opens Wishek office

A Fargo-based family law attorney has opened a satellite office here to serve clients in Wishek and throughout southcentral North Dakota.

Posted 2/06/17 (Mon) read more »

It's Snow Week

It's Snow Week

It's Snow Week at Wishek High School. King and queen candidates are seniors Austin Kauk, Jared Kaseman, Tretyn Kienzle, Abigail Crouch, Brandi Krueger and McKenzie Ulmer.

Posted 1/31/17 (Tue) read more »

Good medicine

Good medicine

A rural health policy official is hopeful that a little-known provision in the Affordable Care Act that has benefitted Wishek Hospital and other small-town providers will survive efforts to gut the law.

Posted 1/31/17 (Tue) read more »

Flower power

Flower power

Wishek Association of Commerce officials plan to attend next week's City Council meeting to ask for assistance with the group's flower basket project.

Posted 1/31/17 (Tue) read more »

 
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