Wildcat girls fight ’til the end

By Wren Murphy The Wildcats girls’ basketball season ended with their loss to the New Salem-Almont Holsteins on Friday, Feb. 18, but Head Coach Drew Erhardt said he’s proud of the energy the Wildcats put into their last showing. “I’m really proud of this team. We’ve never had a team make this much improvement through a year before,” he said. […]

Expanding to help better serve the Beulah community

By Kelli Ameling A local hardware store is expanding its business to hold more material in an effort to better serve the Beulah community despite a pandemic that is slowing down the production and transportation of materials. Last year, J & M Ace hardware began construction of a new warehouse to hold more material, keeping shelves in the store stocked […]

Comedian performs in annual series

By Daniel Arens Although the Mercer County Concert Series works primarily in bringing musical performances to area residents, this month the organization is bringing in a comedian. Chipper Lowell is a “high-energy blend of hilarious comedy, original magic, jaw-dropping mentalism, dangerous juggling stunts” and other surprises. His “edgy yet clean comedy and magic” has been featured on numerous television channels, […]

Massive turnout for District GOP

By Daniel Arens Cars were parked for blocks around Hazen City Hall last Wednesday evening. The huge turnout is a testimony to the engagement from many local residents in the Republican Party and the future direction they desire to see for the party and the state. Fred Stern, North Dakota District 33 GOP Chair, estimated the turnout to be around […]