The Traill County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday voted to replace Bridge 92, a low-water crossing over the Elm River about 8 miles southeast of Hillsboro, in 2022.
Friday, January 22, 2021
This year, Giving Hearts Day is hosting a sweepstakes to help promote participation in the 24-hour fundraising event for charities and nonprofits in North Dakota and northwest Minnesota.
Mayville’s Doppler weather radar site is getting a fresh lease on life in February.
Despite warnings about a financial “mess,” Hillsboro commissioners moved forward Tuesday with several planned expenditures for 2021.
Rural BUXTON – Bobbi Hepper Olson and a handful of supporters have kicked off an online fundraiser to preserve Grue Evangelical Lutheran Church northeast of Buxton.
A countywide mask mandate put in place by the Traill County Board of Commissioners will remain in effect despite the expiration of a similar state mandate.
A longtime downtown business owner and civic leader in Hillsboro who spent more than 50 years volunteering in the community has died.
Friday, January 15, 2021
Mark Forseth never expected Your Live Event to take off so quickly.
The Buxton City Council on Wednesday night appointed councilman Travis Soderberg as the city’s interim mayor following the death of Mayor Gene Rosholt in mid-December.
Administrators in the Hillsboro School District expect to receive an additional $358,000 to combat COVID-19.
The Central Valley School Board on Wednesday moved to suspend one of its COVID-19 prevention measures and approved a new academic calendar for the 2021-22 school year.
Reid Brady presided over his first case in the Traill County Courthouse Wednesday as an East Central District Court judge.
Four individuals face a series of assault charges in connection with an attack on a man beaten outside Berg Hall on the Mayville State University campus Saturday, Jan. 9.
The Hillsboro Business Association intends to sponsor an online forum with District 20 state legislators on Sunday, Feb. 21.
Friday, January 08, 2021
The Traill County Board of Commissioners will require county employees to resume normal office hours at the Traill County Courthouse starting Monday.
The Buxton City Council will open talks Wednesday night centered on filling the leadership role left by the recent death of Mayor Gene Rosholt.
Former Hillsboro teacher and North Dakota’s oldest resident Iris Westman died Sunday at the age of 115.
Forty health care workers and first responders in Traill County outside the Sanford Health network received Moderna’s coronavirus vaccine Dec. 29-30.
Hillsboro city commissioners tied up some loose ends Monday making final decisions on several issues and rethinking one past decision.
A change in the state’s COVID-19 risk level announced Monday by Gov. Doug Burgum will allow more spectators at Hillsboro-Central Valley and MayPort-CG home games this winter.
Thursday, December 31, 2020
The third annual Reynolds Coyote Hunt will start at sun-up Saturday, Jan. 23.
The Hillsboro Economic Development Corp. will survey its members in January to hammer out its goals for 2021 and help determine where the organization should spend its marketing money.
Local spending saw a decline this year as part of the Hillsboro Business Association’s annual Christmas cash campaign.
Note to readers: Last week, the Hillsboro Banner recapped the headlines from the first six months of 2020.
REYNOLDS – After being closed to the public for more than four months, the Beehive Bar and Grill in Reynolds reopened Thursday under new ownership.
Thursday, December 24, 2020
A natural gas pipeline under construction in eastern Traill County could pay dividends for Hillsboro and the surrounding area sooner than anticipated.
Traill County’s 10th annual Blue Christmas tree observance, which honors military veterans who died in the past year, recognized the following Traill County veterans:
The past year brought never-before-seen changes to Hillsboro and Traill County.
Two weeks after a meeting filled with chaos and controversy, Hillsboro city commissioners regrouped Monday, stressing order and rules.
Restrictions on visitors to the Traill County Courthouse in Hillsboro will remain in effect for the foreseeable future.