The Traill County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday voted 3-2 to rescind the countywide mask mandate that the board put in place in November.
Friday, May 07, 2021
For the first time in several years, Traill County will not apply this spring for a federal grant that could help pay for a new bridge over the Red River near Nielsville, Minn.
The Central Valley School Board on Tuesday approved an early-retirement policy for its longtime employees, prompting a verbal resignation from one of the district’s veteran teachers.
Hillsboro city commissioners decided Monday it was time to add teeth to their revised building permit process.
The North Dakota Legislature has approved $1.6 million for Mayville State University to allow MSU to replace its fuel oil burners on campus with natural gas burners.
John Wright admits the latest restoration effort for the Plummer House may be its most ambitious to date.
Friday, April 30, 2021
Jake Olsen expects he’ll receive a far chillier reception on his weekend work trips this fall than he’s been accustomed to in the past.
The advisory board that oversees Traill District Health Unit will recommend that Traill County drop its mask mandate when county leaders revisit the issue Tuesday, May 4.
COVID-19 threw Nikki Adam a curveball last spring, but everything’s coming up roses for the Grandin woman.
The Central Valley School Board has taken its first steps toward finding a replacement for K-12 Principal Frank Justin, who submitted his resignation earlier this month.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development has awarded the city of Hillsboro a $585,000 loan and a $466,626 grant to help pay for a new water main serving the city across Interstate 29.
The Wells Fargo Bank branch in Hillsboro has been temporarily closed due to staffing constraints, according to a spokesperson for the company.
The Hatton Area Community Foundation is sponsoring a dinner and dueling pianos comedy show Saturday, May 22 at Naastad Acres east of Hatton.
Friday, April 23, 2021
North Dakota is not a fly-over state for Scott Bartlett.
The Central Valley School Board on Monday rejected a motion that sought to non-renew the contracts of Superintendent Jeremy Brandt and technology teacher Tracy Foss at the end of the school year.
Hillsboro city leaders will continue their opposition to paying unemployment benefits to former City Auditor Matt Mutzenberger.
Hillsboro’s first electric vehicle charging station – in the planning stages for more than a year – made its debut Tuesday in the corner of the Subway parking lot along First Avenue Northwest.
The Traill County Economic Development Commission may expand its “Come Home to Traill” marketing campaign to spotlight smaller towns in the county, including Buxton and Reynolds.
The Traill County Board of Commissioners swiftly rejected a bid to end the county’s mask mandate Tuesday and reviewed cost estimates to convert the Traill County Courthouse to natural gas.
Friday, April 16, 2021
The Central Valley School Board will conduct a pair of closed-door hearings Monday night with technology teacher Tracy Foss and Superintendent Jeremy Brandt to discuss nonrenewing their contracts or changing their job duties prior to the 2021-22 school year.
MAYVILLE – The MayPort-CG School Board on Monday approved a sports co-op with Finley-Sharon beginning this fall for every sports activity except football, which could combine in August 2022.
This year’s Hillsboro Days celebration could see larger-than-usual crowds in mid-June, organizers predicted Wednesday.
BUXTON – The Buxton City Council may seek donations from the public to help pay for a flag memorial honoring the city’s late mayor, who passed away in December.
MAYVILLE – A school mask policy approved by the MayPort-CG School Board late last fall will remain in place for the foreseeable future.
After 65 years as Highland Lutheran Church’s organist, Darrell Lilleberg is nearing his swan song.
Friday, April 09, 2021
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.
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.