Win-E-Mac School District and some graduating students could start reaping the benefits in the spring from an estimated $2 million estate, the largest gift the district ever has received.RELATED CONTENT
New federal rules on pilot qualifications have cut down commercial passenger air service in some smaller cities in recent months. In Devils Lake, for example, Great Lakes Airlines canceled 35 of its 90 regularly scheduled flights in November.
The hens living at 922 Chickadee Lane soon could be booted from their roost, unless Park River City Council grants them a reprieve. The three-year-old chickens belong to Teresa Gire, a retired Farm Service Agency employee who grew up on a nearby farm.RELATED CONTENT
Northeast North Dakota air travelers might get a direct air route to Denver and points west after all. SkyWest Airlines is courting Devils Lake to provide non-stop jet service to and from Denver.RELATED CONTENT
Rather than buy something for herself or hope friends and family might throw her a party, Ruth Moen Jelinek came up with another idea. She called it 60 in 60: My Birthday Project, in which she does one good deed per day for 60 consecutive days leading up to her 60th birthday.RELATED CONTENT
When Bernice Flanagan learned last week that her Edinburg General Store will be placed on the National Register of Historic Places, it just added to her list of reasons to celebrate.RELATED CONTENT
The North Dakota Agriculture Department’s Agricultural Products Utilization Commission last week awarded a $42,000 grant to the Red River Regional Council, based in Grafton, N.D., to develop a comprehensive business plan for a proposed livestock processing plant.
A fire Sunday night heavily damaged a building that houses Fosston Chiropractic Clinic and three residential apartments on North Johnson Avenue in Fosston, Minn.RELATED CONTENT
When Tim Boyle started running less than 15 months ago, his goal simply was to get off the couch. “I had quit smoking and I found that all I was doing was sitting around, getting fatter,” the 41-year-old Crookston resident said last week. “All I did was trade one bad habit for another.”RELATED CONTENT
To stay alert, U.S. Border Patrol agents are patrolling all over in their green-and-white SUVs, not just on the border. And with manpower 10 times what it was on 9/11, agents in the sector are lending their expertise, equipment or another set of eyes, to cities and counties in the region.RELATED CONTENT