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Demolition continues on county-owned buildings

McIntosh County commissioners say they've already had inquiries about lot purchases after demolition work began last week on two dilapidated buildings located on Wishek's main street.

Posted 9/21/16 (Wed) read more »

Reward offered in Wishek cold case

The kristinjoydiede.com website and family members of Robert Michael Anderson are offering a $5,000 reward to anyone who reports discovery of human remains that can be confirmed as belonging to Anderson or Diede.

Posted 9/21/16 (Wed) read more »

Protesters force bulldozers off sacred site

An estimated 300 activists halted construction of the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline during a Saturday protest.

Posted 9/07/16 (Wed) read more »

Budget cuts may impact nursing homes

It will be a challenging fall for Greg Salwei, administrator at Wishek Living Center.

Posted 9/07/16 (Wed) read more »

Wishek native killed in crash

A Wishek native died last week when his motorcycle was struck by a sport utility vehicle in Bismarck.

Posted 8/22/16 (Mon) read more »

Farm Credit donates bin safety equipment

The Wishek Fire Department received potentially life-saving grain bin rescue equipment and training last week, with the help of a donation from Farm Credit Services of Mandan.

Posted 8/22/16 (Mon) read more »

Schwan takes over as St. Luke pastor

A Devils Lake native has been named the new pastor at St. Luke Lutheran Church in Wishek.

Posted 7/27/16 (Wed) read more »

Zeeland Hall named to National Register of Historic Places

Zeeland Hall named to National Register of Historic Places

Officials have been notified that the Zeeland Hall has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Posted 7/27/16 (Wed) read more »

SBA will host workshop in Wishek

The U.S. Small Business Administration will host a free workshop for small business owners and community leaders in the Wishek area

Posted 7/27/16 (Wed) read more »

Ambulance squad seeks additional members

At least 17 ambulance services in North Dakota are expected to shut down this year — the most ever in a single year.

Posted 7/18/16 (Mon) read more »

 
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