January 17, 2013 RSS feed / Top News

Zacher wins raffle

Danny Roehrich, left, President of the Strasburg Lions Club, presents Tony Zacher of Strasburg with the keys to a Polaris Sportsman 500. Tony was the winner of the raffle drawing on Sat., Dec. 22. More...

Donors support project of Tri-County Tourism

Security State Bank President Lorren Henke has presented the Tri-County TourismAlliance with a Gold Sponsorship supporting the Germans from Russia food culture cookbook project in October, and Mike Bullinger and the board of Wishek Manufacturing beca More...

Bakker students present Christmas program

The student at the Bakker School at Westfield entertained with a Christmas program, but it was held Mon., Jan. More...

VFW Auxiliary boosts hospital

Ramona Reis, center, of the Strasburg VFW Auxiliary No. 6264 presents a $200 check to Linton Hospital CEO Robert Black and Linton Hospital Foundation Director Deb Ibach. More...

Linton Council denies requests to rezone property from residential to commercial

The Linton City Council denied two requests to rezone property to commercial in a residential zone at its regular meeting on Jan. 4. More...

Everyone is urged to help reduce spread of flu

(Editor’s Note: Some of the information in this story came from news releases and other news reports.) North Dakota has experienced an early spike in influenza cases for the 2012-13 season. There have been 625 cases statewide since Sept. More...

Colorado man injured in semi rollover

A Colorado man sustained injuries as the result of a rollover on U.S. Highway 83 on Jan. 8. The accident occurred near the Tim and Kellie Wikenheiser farm on the south edge of Strasburg at around 4:30 a.m. More...

Don’t try this at home

The hazards of removing Christmas decorations is humorously illustrated at the Brenden and Lynette Keller home in Strasburg. More...

J & L receives Award for Excellence

Diversified Crop Insurance Services (DCIS) recently held their annual meeting and Spring Update training. More...

Snow clogs streets

The three to four inches of snow that fell Friday through early Saturday morning was piled up by the wind that came with it. Above Strasburg’s Frank Bosch, Jr. More...