Tuesday Dec 3
Prizes, smiles and good food
By John D. Taylor Cathy Hill and Miranda Scott, both from Blue Ridge, Ga., were experiencing Crosby's Christmas Stroll for the first time at about 4:30 p.m. Friday afternoon.
Strollin' set for Friday
By John D. Taylor Crosby's Christmas Stroll, a tradition since 1998, will be held Friday, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. "It's a good way for local businesses to thank the community, to show appreciation, to give back," said Pam Urvand, owner of Crafts 4-U.
Choruses are preparing for concerts
Members of the Southeast Chorus, which is based in Estevan, and the Northwest Chorus, which is based in Crosby, N.D., have been rehearsing every Tuesday night for more than two months for their upcoming celebration of Christmas music.
The nation's weather
A cold frontal boundary stretched across California, Nevada and Idaho on Wednesday, while a separate cold front pushed southward over the central U.S. Winter storm warnings were issued across the Intermountain West and northern Plains on Wednesday as a cold frontal boundary moved over the region.
Highway accident claims two lives
By John D. Taylor A head-on collision between a pickup and a delivery truck took the lives of two men one from Crosby on ND 5, at dusk on Tuesday last week.
Full time state's attorney may not be a realistic goal
By Cecile Krimm With the criminal case load quadrupling in just a few years, the idea of a full time Divide County State's Attorney was recently floated by county commissioners.
City municipal building moves ahead with $762K HIF approval
By John D. Taylor Mayor Les Bakken last week reported to the city council the approval of a state Housing Incentive Fund request.
Crosby sewage lagoon and city landfill will be reserved for city's needs
By John D. Taylor Mayor Les Bakken told Crosby's city council last week he's tired of the town getting dumped on by people using both the city sewage lagoon and the city landfill for their own unauthorized use.
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Emery Francis Olsen
Emery Francis Olsen, age 75, of Turtle Lake, N.D., died Nov. 7, 2013, at Turtle Lake Community Memorial Hospital with his loving wife of 36 years at his side.
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Barry L. Thompson, age 70, of Golden Valley, Minn., and formerly of Ambrose and Crosby, passed away on Oct. 25, 2013, with his sister at his side.