“Finest high school musicians” of CSHS perform in Grand Forks

Staff Report Seven Center-Stanton High School students performed with a select group of high school musicians as members of the University of North Dakota Honor Band and Choir this past weekend. Jayden Hall and Joshua Thies were selected to sing in the Honor Mixed Choir, and Reanna Schmidt, Kayleigh Kraft, Katelynn Albers, Cameron Albers and Jarret Henke were selected for […]

Tax season begins

Staff Report The 2022 tax filing season began Monday, Jan. 24, when the Internal Revenue Service began accepting and processing 2021 tax year returns, and W-2 forms are due to taxpayers by Jan. 31. Taxpayers have several options for filing taxes, including self-filing online or visiting a Certified Public Accountant or tax preparing service. The filing deadline to submit 2021 […]

Quilters send 100 pounds quilts, neck gaiters to Alaska

By Claudette Olivier Sure, winters are cold in North Dakota, but a group of local ladies are making sure those in need even further north are staying warm this season. Prince of Peace Lutheran Church has hosted a group of quilters in a room at the church for more than a decade, and just before Christmas, 100 pounds of quilts—25 […]

Ternes sets his sight on sheriff seat

By Daniel Arens Mercer County’s Chief Deputy has served in county law enforcement since 1991. Now, he’s hoping for the county’s support as he runs for the position of sheriff. Terry Ternes is a lifelong resident of Mercer and Oliver counties, and has lived in Stanton for the last 30 years. His service has been long and varied, ranging from […]

Vision West consortium adds energy priorities

By Daniel Arens Ever since major developments in industry and business changed the face of western North Dakota, a group of local leaders continues striving to ensure both the challenges and the opportunities presented by these changes are being met. Vision West is a consortium bringing together local leaders from 19 different counties in the western part of the state. […]