Crews from the nationally syndicated TV show “Small Town Big Deal” will be on the Mayville State University campus for Farmer’s Bowl weekend in mid-September.
Friday, April 09, 2021
There were no April Fools’ Day jokes played on the Perkins family this year.
The Central Valley School Board won’t decide whether to make any staff layoffs or adjust the roles of its top school administrators until Wednesday.
The Hillsboro School Board agreed Thursday to ask property owners in the area whether they have land for sale that potentially could house a new school.
Hillsboro city commissioners agreed Monday to wade a little deeper into the city’s aging swimming pool.
The Traill County Board of Commissioners agreed Tuesday to delay the start of a civil jury trial that had been slated to start April 20 at the Traill County Courthouse in Hillsboro.
The Central Valley Drama Club will present “Bedtime Stories (As Told by Our Dad) (Who Messed Them Up)” to audiences next week in the school’s north gymnasium.
Three candidates have filed for two seats on the Central Valley School Board in the June 8 election.
Friday, April 02, 2021
A group of Hillsboro-area residents is looking for land outside the city to host a new shooting club.
The Hillsboro City Commission will take a crack Monday night at repairing the city’s cracked public pool.
Mayville State President Brian Van Horn plans to make a major announcement during a public presentation on the MSU campus April 7.
The Central Valley School Board voted Monday morning to ease the school’s indoor mask restrictions for the remainder of the 2020-21 school year.
Superintendent Jeremy Brandt had plenty of praise for the answers Central Valley School’s Acalympics team got right Tuesday at the state Acalympics meet in Bismarck.
A National Weather Service red flag warning issued Monday for counties across eastern North Dakota triggered a one-day burn ban in Traill County.
Highway crews kicked off a road construction project Wednesday along Interstate 29 south of Hillsboro.
Friday, March 26, 2021
Hillsboro’s young artists showed off their talents at an art collaboration event Tuesday evening at Hillsboro High School.
The Finley-Sharon School District has asked MayPort-CG for a sports co-op this fall.
More than 42 percent of Traill County residents have received their first doses of COVID-19 vaccine.
Hillsboro City Commissioner Shawn Skager delivered a fiery response Wednesday to a recently filed claim for unemployment insurance benefits by Hillsboro’s former city auditor.
The Hillsboro Economic Development Corp. has awarded a pair of $5,000 grants to The Learning Circle child care center and Mayville State University’s Child Development Programs’ Hillsboro site.
Tim Kozojed can’t remember another March like this.
A Central Valley School Board special meeting slated Tuesday night to discuss a staff shakeup, which could include employee layoffs and the reassignment of duties of school administrators, was postponed.
Candidates planning to toss their hats in the ring to run for the Hillsboro, Central Valley or MayPort-CG school boards have 10 days to turn in their election paperwork.
Friday, March 19, 2021
Construction of an $8.5 million natural gas pipeline headed for homes in Hillsboro and Mayville is a month ahead of schedule.
The Central Valley School Board started preliminary talks Wednesday centered on a staff shakeup that could mean employee layoffs or a still-to-be-decided reassignment of duties for its pair of school administrators.
District 20 Rep. Jared Hagert of Emerado vows he isn’t afraid to reach across the aisle.
Grace Guzman and Dontray Nelson could tell something was affecting their new child, Grayson.
Traill County leaders delayed passage of a countywide burn ban on Tuesday but gave Sheriff Steve Hunt the green light to introduce a ban if drought conditions worsen in the region.
The Goose River Golf Course in Hillsboro could open for the season Saturday if the weather cooperates.
Hillsboro city commissioners made quick work of their regular meeting Monday, moving forward with a number of ongoing projects on their agenda.