Three candidates have tossed their hats in the ring to run for an opening on the Hillsboro City Commission.
Friday, September 17, 2021
Traill County’s largest employers are keeping close tabs on President Biden’s sweeping federal vaccine mandate announced Thursday, Sept. 9.
MAYVILLE – Authorities and first responders from Traill and Steele counties took part in a four-hour emergency training exercise Monday on the Mayville State campus.
The Hillsboro School Board has finalized its 2021-22 budget calling for the school district’s property tax mill levy to remain flat at 86 mills for a third straight year.
The MayPort-CG School Board on Monday approved a slate of short-term measures intended to curb a rising number of COVID-19 cases in the school district.
Competitive gaming has been given an extra life – and maybe a power up – in North Dakota.
After a year off due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Traill County Historical Society is set to host its annual fall festival Sept. 25 at Heritage Park in Hillsboro with an expanded slate of attractions.
Friday, September 10, 2021
A Hatton mom and business owner and a long-term care advocate living in Mayville gave impassioned pleas to the Traill County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday asking for the reintroduction of a countywide mask mandate.
The leader of Hillsboro’s largest church congregation and administrators in the Hillsboro School District are working to promote diversity and acceptance in the community.
Hillsboro city commissioners admitted Tuesday to a recent error in their meeting protocol despite insistence by Commission President Terry Sando that no mistakes were made.
The Traill County Board of Commissioners will meet in executive session Thursday, Sept. 16 to discuss buying the Wells Fargo Bank building in Hillsboro.
Members of the Buxton City Council on Wednesday raised concerns over motorists speeding in town and had preliminary talks about creating an official Facebook page for the city.
The Central Valley School Board on Wednesday finalized its 2021-22 budget calling for a decrease in the amount of property taxes collected by the school district next year.
Candidates interested in running for an open seat on the Hillsboro City Commission have until 4 p.m. Monday to turn in their filing paperwork for a special city election planned this fall.
Members of the Hillsboro Business Association on Wednesday mapped out plans for their trick-or-treating event in October and discussed a major shakeup to HBA’s popular Christmas carnival.
Friday, September 03, 2021
Mike and Denise Deck had a general idea about the ups and downs they’d face as first-time food truck owners before they opened Cruizin Cafe in Hillsboro a year and a half ago. But the couple has had their share of surprises since their debut March 23, 2020.
Authorities in Traill County are reviewing a five-second video circulating in Hillsboro featuring a Hillsboro High School senior holding a handgun while saying he is “hunting n------s.”
Break out those killer crossovers and step-back 3-pointers, former Valiants and Burros ballers. And maybe dig around in the freezer for an ice pack.
The Hillsboro School Board held a special meeting Thursday morning to discuss a negotiating strategy for purchasing land that could potentially house a new school.
Following through on a directive approved by county commissioners a week earlier, employees in Traill County have been told to mask up when indoors and on the job.
HILLSBORO – Emergency crews from Traill and Steele counties will participate in a training exercise from 5 to 9 p.m., Monday, Sept. 13 at Mayville State University.
Friday, August 27, 2021
Elaina Mueller thought she bumped her head in the pool.
The Traill County Board of Commissioners narrowly rescinded a policy that the board approved Aug. 17 requiring county employees to mask up indoors if they hadn’t received a COVID-19 vaccine.
American Crystal Sugar Co.’s growers dug their heels in the dirt this week to open the annual sugar beet prepile harvest across the Red River Valley.
Traill County employers, like their counterparts across the United States, continue to face an uphill battle securing workers to meet their labor needs.
The North Dakota Highway Patrol has released the identity of a Lisbon, N.D., man who died in a head-on collision south of Finley on Aug. 18.
The Hillsboro School District reported 503 students in grades K-12 attended the first day of fall classes Tuesday, the largest opening day enrollment in the district in 23 years.
Friday, August 20, 2021
The Goose River Golf Course has endured its fair share of hazards the past year.
George Blum’s grandfather wanted his grandson to become a math teacher so badly that he paid the Nebraska eighth-grader to solve math problems over his summer vacation.
Traill County’s 77 public employees will be required to wear masks while working indoors if they haven’t been vaccinated against COVID-19, county leaders have decided.