April 17, 2014 RSS feed / Top News

Linton Council holds tax equalization meeting

About 45 people attended the Linton City Council’s annual tax equalization meeting, which was held April 8, at the Linton Community Center. More...

Hazelton Legion Auxiliary holds annual salad luncheon, Mad Hatter’s Tea Party

The annual Hazelton Legion Auxiliary salad luncheon was held Saturday, April 5, at the Hazelton Community Center. The theme for this year's event was the Mad Hatter's Tea Party. Tables were decorated with flowers and teapots. More...

Linton Council seeks additional funding to complete second phase of water systems improvement project

The Linton City Council approved resolutions pertaining to the water system improvement project during its regular meeting onApril 7. More...

Voters must update address by May 10

By Marlys Ohlhauser Emmons County Auditor Emmons County Auditor Marlys Ohlhauser reminds North Dakota voters that they will need to update their address if they have moved since they last voted. More...

Author to speak April 22 in Linton

Award-winning writer Stew Magnuson, author of The Last American Highway: A Journey Through Time Down U.S. Route 83: The Dakotas, will be at the Linton Senior Center at 6 p.m. on Tues., April 22, to give a multi-media presentation about Highway 83. More...

Public Health Units honored

The North Dakota Department of Health supports local public health units all across the state of North Dakota and recognizes them for their vital service to public health during Public Health Week, which was observed from April 7-14. More...

New Northland Care Coordination for Seniors program opens in Linton

The Northland Care Coordination for Seniors program is expanding and has hired Nicole Dykema, RN, for the Community Care Coordinator position in the Emmons County area. Enrollment of participants into the program will begin May 5. More...