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Vets Honored

Vets Honored

Ashley American Legion members Eldo Miller and James Heupel each received awards for 50 years of membership.

Posted 6/12/18 (Tue) - by read more »

Farm Rescue

Farm Rescue

Farm Rescue an organization that assists families with an unexpected medical injury or illness and natural disasters, was present in Ashley the last week.

Posted 6/07/18 (Thu) - by read more »

Delzer open to run for sheriff

Voters in McIntosh County will go to the polls Tuesday, June 12, for local city elections and the statewide primary.

Posted 6/06/18 (Wed) - by read more »

A time to remember

A time to remember

On Saturday, Harold Blumhardt, 90, placed flowers at the grave of his wife Gladys, who died in 2004.

Posted 5/30/18 (Wed) - by read more »

Fargo Assembly to close, 40 jobs lost

Fargo Assembly, which has occupied the former Lehr Public School building since 1997, will close later this year.

Posted 5/30/18 (Wed) - by read more »

School lawsuit mediation stalls

After approximately four hours of closed door meetings on May 21 and a mediation effort by U.S. Magistrate Judge Charles S. Miller, Jr., a federal lawsuit by Katie Pinke against Wishek Public School officials remains unsettled.

Posted 5/30/18 (Wed) - by read more »

AHS student does some navel gazing

For Kathleen Schmidt, 18, the biggest challenge in her research was finding people willing to swab their belly buttons.

Posted 5/23/18 (Wed) - by read more »

Northern Border donates to fire district

Northern Border donates to fire district

Bruce Orluck from Northern Border pipeline presented Fire Chief Link Golz a check in the amount of $5,000 on May 15 to help with the purchasing of a used pump and roll truck for the Ashley Fire Protection District.

Posted 5/23/18 (Wed) - by read more »

A hard rain falls

Mother Nature asserted herself in a big way on Thursday with heavy rain that totaled more than 13 inches in the Long Lake, S.D., area.

Posted 5/23/18 (Wed) - by read more »

Annie's Project comes to Ashley

Tori Gross sat in the McIntosh County Courthouse, scrolling through the markets on her phone. Soybeans were down, she noted.

Posted 5/15/18 (Tue) - by read more »

 
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