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Proposed transmission line meeting is Feb. 27 in Webster

The two regional utility companies hoping to build a proposed 435 KV high voltage electrical transmission line between Big Stone and Ellendale, ND will be in town next week with a proposed project update. Last October, Montana Dakota Utilities and Otter Tail Power Co. held an open house in Webster where they unveiled a three-state study corridor to run a 150-175 mile line depending on the route taken. Read More »

Day County Commission tackles flooded real estate

Day County Commissioners spent part of last week’s meeting dealing with Hazard Mitgation homes. The commission approved an offer to sell for the Rick and Kathy Breske home and also signed off on a move to buy and then donate the Reuben and Helen Butler home to SD GROW after meeting with the nonprofit economic development agency. Read More »

Clark family attends Pro Bowl in Hawaii as a Make-A-Wish trip

It’s pretty special when a trip of a lifetime comes when you’re a freshman in high school. Hudson Steffen’s trip to Hawaii to the 2013 NFL Pro Bowl was exactly that trip. Hudson is the son of Bob and Joie Steffen. They went on this trip along with Hudson's sister, Hannah, and brother, Hayse. The Pro Bowl, played by the best players in the National Football League, was held at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii, Sunday, January 24. Read More »

Britton woman realizes 100 years of dreams

Making your dreams come true. That’s what Mae Olson’s life is all about, and turning 100 is just another step in her life-long goal of accomplishments for herself and thousands of others whose lives she has touched. On Sunday, Mae Aves Olson will be 100 and her family plans to celebrate with her from 2-3 p.m. at Wheatcrest Hills. Friends and relatives are invited to join the celebration. Read More »

Roslyn Centennial efforts start with summer concert

The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band will perform in Roslyn June 7 as the first act in the community's centennial celebration.

Roslyn will celebrate its centennial in 2014 and to get the ball rolling the centennial committee is putting on an outdoor concert June 7. Kelly Hanson, co-chairman of the centennial with Danny Jensen, says this summer’s concert will headline the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and an opening act at the softball field. Read More »

Bristol woman offers hope by telling her unique birth story

On a cold winter’s day in January 1943, a woman gave birth alone to a premature baby girl. Because of the cold, the woman didn’t dare take the child outside to a doctor or a hospital. That baby not only survived despite her odds, but now calls Bristol home and is interested in sharing her story with others to offer hope. Marcia Morehouse, the miracle baby born in her mother’s apartment in St. Paul, MN, just celebrated her 70th birthday Jan. 18. Read More »

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