Business is blooming for Aubree Nelson.
Friday, November 26, 2021
Recent approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to make COVID-19 booster shots available to adults across America couldn’t have come at a better time for Traill County.
The 9- and 11-man North Dakota Shrine Bowl games will be held in Mayville in 2022.
Residents in Traill County hoping to ring in the Yuletide season with a holiday concert or live nativity will have plenty of opportunities to get their stockings stuffed with Christmas cheer in December.
The number of parents scrambling to find day care in Traill County has leveled off since 2017, so the head of the Traill County Economic Development Commission isn’t ready to sound the alarm rallying for more child care centers in the area.
Forty-nine loan applications have been processed by Hillsboro banks participating in the Hillsboro Business Association’s annual Christmas cash program.
The Hillsboro Banner is seeking contributions from its readers for a special Christmas publication that will appear in the newspaper Dec. 17.
Friday, November 19, 2021
Voters in Hillsboro elected downtown business owner Paul Geray to the Hillsboro City Commission on Tuesday during a citywide special election.
Central Valley senior Aaron Johnson didn’t know he would be married and have a set of twins Wednesday after lunch.
Traill County Sheriff Steve Hunts plans to meet with county employees to review safety protocols for people entering the Traill County Courthouse after two threats were reported to his office.
Hillsboro city commissioners on Monday considered how to simplify some official city processes, which may have grown more complicated after a recent wholesale ordinance revamp.
Administrators in the Central Valley School District plan to survey students and parents to gauge what elective courses they’d like to see the rural Buxton school offer next year.
Administrators in the MayPort-CG School District reported a surge in the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 present at Peter Boe Jr. Elementary School on Monday.
Officials in Traill County expect to collect $1.87 million from the North Dakota Legislature to help make repairs to the county’s network of roads and bridges.
Friday, November 12, 2021
The Hillsboro-Central Valley Burros punched their ticket to the state Class 11B championship game with a dominating 49-12 win over Minot’s Bishop Ryan on Saturday in the state semifinals.
Aaron McWilliams chuckles about how life sometimes works out.
Voters in Hillsboro will head to the polls Tuesday to pick one of three candidates vying to join the five-member Hillsboro City Commission.
Nearly 1 in 6 students in grades K-6 and close to every classroom teacher at Hillsboro Elementary School have started wearing face coverings during the school day to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
The Hillsboro City Commission on Tuesday held off on approving a liquor license for a downtown microbrewery that could open in the city as soon as next month.
A Grand Forks contractor has expressed interest in purchasing and renovating a one-story brick building that’s been vacant for decades along Broadway in Buxton.
The Hillsboro Business Association on Wednesday continued mapping out plans for the organization’s revamped Christmas carnival, which will be held in downtown Hillsboro on Sunday, Dec. 12.
A year after finding out she had Type 1 diabetes, a shy 8-year-old Nina Kritzberger attended her first JDRF One Walk in Fargo.
Performers from Central Valley School took first place in the Region 3 one-act play contest Nov. 4 in Northwood.
Friday, November 05, 2021
Nearly 30 years ago, Candice Monroe wrote a trio of short children’s stories.
Twenty doses of Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for kids ages 5 to 11 will be available from Traill District Health Unit starting next week, the agency’s director said Wednesday.
Agassiz Valley Human Service Zone, which oversees the social services departments in Traill and Steele counties, has been asked to take over a statewide program that looks after refugee children.
Citing concerns over the spread of COVID-19, organizers have canceled this year’s Veterans Day program that had been scheduled Nov. 10 at the Hillsboro Events Center.
The Traill County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday agreed to add the replacement of Bridge 424 by Grandin to a list of projects that the county wants to tackle in the next six or seven years.
Volunteers once again are asked to visit Mayville to help feed the hungry around the globe.
Hillsboro city commissioners took a pause Monday night to take a closer look at bills for the Riverwalk development popping up west of Interstate 29.