Considering the severe drought conditions affecting much of North Dakota this year, Cody Kritzberger is thankful his wheat crops are as healthy as they are.
Friday, July 30, 2021
A signed petition has been filed with the city of Hillsboro requesting that a special election be held to fill the unexpired term of former Hillsboro City Commissioner Shawn Skager, who recently moved to Bismarck.
REYNOLDS – Co-owner Jordan Adams had to oversee a number of repairs and undoubtedly cut through a little red tape before reopening the Beehive Bar and Grill in Reynolds earlier this year.
After a year plagued by the COVID-19 pandemic, July 16 marked a return to near normalcy for Jac McTaggart.
A string of power outages the past few weeks on the west side of Interstate 29 has been temporarily resolved, Hillsboro’s public works director said Tuesday.
The Traill County Economic Development Commission is offering scholarships for Traill County residents to attend the 2021 Main Street ND Summit scheduled Tuesday, Oct. 12 in West Fargo.
Friday, July 23, 2021
North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum took aim at the Biden administration’s decision to extend the closure of the U.S.-Canadian border Wednesday night during a stop at Norsemen Hall in Portland.
Hillsboro city commissioners backpedaled and apologized Monday after verbal backlash from residents and business owners over a recent attempt to enforce the city’s newest ordinances.
The Central Valley School Board wants public input on whether the rural Buxton school should continue its tech ed classes or shift gears and hire an industrial arts or vo-ag teacher.
The MayPort-CG School Board on Wednesday hired Icon Architectural Group of Grand Forks to begin making preliminary plans for a music addition to the north side of Peter Boe Jr. Elementary School.
The Buxton City Council put the finishing touches on a garbage rate increase for homeowners and agreed to ban large pools and trampolines in the city-owned trailer court earlier this month.
The Traill County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday agreed to spend $62,500 to pay for unexpected repairs to the Traill County Courthouse in Hillsboro.
Campus officials at Mayville State University want to hold the North Dakota Shrine Bowl games at MSU’s Jerome Berg Field in 2022.
Hundreds of school alumni will descend on Halstad, Minn., this weekend.
Friday, July 16, 2021
The Hillsboro School Board on Tuesday hired Icon Architectural Group of Grand Forks to start work on drafting a longterm facilities plan for the school district.
Taxpayers in the Central Valley School District may not see a noticeable difference in their school properties tax statements in 2022.
The location of North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum’s scheduled visit to the Mayville-Portland area on Wednesday night has been changed.
The Hillsboro Business Association on Wednesday pored over ideas intended to improve next year’s Hillsboro Days.
BUXTON – More than 75 people turned out for a flag-raising ceremony here Saturday honoring Buxton’s late mayor and the city’s military veterans.
Gary Greff has never been afraid to dream big. The Regent, N.D., native arrived in Traill County in the early 1970s intent on learning more about coaching from one of the state’s biggest names in high school basketball: Hillsboro’s Ed Beyer.
Friday, July 09, 2021
John Tufte never misses a chance to tell his kids about his days living in the Hill House apartments along Second Street as the family cruises past Hillsboro on its way north to Grand Forks.
Larry Mueller’s dream of expansion at Hillsboro Regional Airport has taken off over the past decade.
Family Fun Day returns to Buxton on Saturday for the first time since 2019, following a two-year layoff prompted by the global pandemic.
North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum will make an appearance alongside District 20 legislators at Island Park in Mayville on July 21.
Miscommunication sparked quick and angry responses from Hillsboro property owners who were directed to clean up their lots in 21 days or face action by the city.
Friday, July 02, 2021
Hillsboro’s 1881 Extraction Co. has released a new line of certified organic CBD products direct to consumers.
Traill District Health Unit will receive more than $200,000 from the North Dakota Department of Health to help the county increase its COVID-19 vaccination rates.
Supporters of the Buxton Daycare child care center have cooked up a fundraiser that should give residents in Buxton and Reynolds something to chew on this summer.
The annual Fourth of July fireworks celebration in Hillsboro will kick off around 10 p.m. Sunday at Goose River Golf Course north of Subway restaurant.
Could the Hillsboro Economic Development Corp. play a role in building a new city pool in Hillsboro?