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'Night to Unite' moves to Pioneer Village
The Divide County sheriff's department is gearing up for the county's second annual Night to Unite event set for Tuesday, Aug. 5, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., at the Divide County Historical Society, at the 5th Ave. entrance to Pioneer Village.
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Training to handle crude
While Ray Emergency responders fought hazardous flames in Williston last week, others trained to handle similar events in Minot.
Food is a big part of a weekend jammed with living history
By John D. Taylor Peg Nygaard and Doreen Schilke, both of Crosby, were busy last week trying to pull together some loose ends for their part of the 45th Annual Threshing and Antique Show.
Couple to serve five area churches
By John D. Taylor On Sunday, members of five area Lutheran churches -- in Crosby, Ambrose, Alamo, Fortuna and Wildrose got to meet their two new pastors, Revs. Zachariah and Emily Shipman.
Crosby Blue Line Club offers ice events
By Jody Michael After successfully opening a new hockey facility last November, the Crosby Blue Line Club's next experiment is to operate the ice rink in the middle of July for the first time -- assuming the ice cooperates.
Cemetery condition upsets descendents
By Jody Michael Paul Schutz of Salem, Ore., has spent many summers traveling to Crosby with his wife, Jonet, in their RV.
County getting soaked in bid to fund flooding fixes
By John D. Taylor June was not kind to Divide County: It came in on a torrent of rainfall, and left much the same way, with 5.34 inches of rainfall, more than a third of the county's annual 15 inches of precipitation, deposited in two storms on flanking weekends of the month.