If you’ve ever driven by Martell’s Incorporated and were curious what treasures might be hidden on that patch of land just southwest of Wishek on Highway 3, you aren’t the only one. The guys from the reality television show American Pickers wondered the same thing, so this summer they decided to make the trip and check the salvage yard out for themselves. Mike Martell, who owned the salvage yard until two years ago before selling it to his son, Michael, says he knew American Pickers might be coming because he was visited by some representatives a few weeks prior to them coming out.
Posted 12/05/18 (Wed) read more »
Tax Commissioner Ryan Rauschenberger has announced that North Dakota’s taxable sales and purchases for the second quarter of 2018 had increased by nearly 10 percent. Taxable sales and purchases for April, May and June 2018 were nearly $5.15 billion, a 9.46 percent increase over those months in 2017.
Posted 10/02/18 (Tue) read more »
Tom Peters worked to delay what he knew was inevitable: the arrival of Palmer amaranth in North Dakota.
Posted 9/05/18 (Wed) read more »
District 28 Rep. Jeff Magrum of Hazelton was successful Tues., Aug. 7, in a meeting of the Interim Judiciary Committee in amending a draft bill that would have limited public access to official business of county government.
Posted 8/22/18 (Wed) read more »
Preston Pfeifle, the fourth generation auto dealer with Pfeifle Chevrolet-Buick, mingled with droves of attendees of the Pfeifle 100th Anniversary on Saturday.
Posted 8/15/18 (Wed) read more »
The fourth generation has joined Pfeifle Chevrolet-Buick.
Posted 8/08/18 (Wed) read more »
U.S. Senator Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., met last week with seven North Dakota FFA state officers to discuss the next generation of agriculture leadership and the work they are doing to better their rural communities.
Posted 8/01/18 (Wed) read more »
McIntosh County commissioners have settled on a contractor for a proposed road shop.
Posted 7/25/18 (Wed) read more »
The long-running saga surrounding a proposed McIntosh County road shop is likely to get a few more chapters.
Posted 7/18/18 (Wed) read more »
Ed Schultz, a former conservative radio show host whose politics moved left before he joined MSNBC’s nightly lineup in 2009 and then shifted again when he was hired by RT America, Russia’s state-financed international cable network, died on Thursday at his home in Washington.
Posted 7/11/18 (Wed) read more »