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PASTOR’S CORNER: Faith lessons on the trail

South Dakota’s Custer State Park is 110 sq. miles of beautiful rolling hills and granite spires. Along with that it has an abundance of wildlife: antelope, prairie dogs, “begging burros” (left behind almost 100 years ago after burro rides into the hills stopped), mountain lion, elk, ...


Douglas Frederick Meier

Sept. 8, 2020 - Dec. 31, 1928 Douglas Frederick Meier, 91, Rugby died at the Heart of America Medical Center in Rugby on September 8, 2020. Doug was born on De- cember 31, 1928 to Ed- ward and Clara (Ebel) Meier at Churchs Ferry, North Dakota. He gra- duated ...


Measure No. 2 will make initiatives expensive

Measure No. 2 on the November ballot has been proposed by the Legislature to make the proposal and adoption of amendments to the state constitution so expensive that ordinary citizens will be ruled out of the process. At the present time, the constitution provides for citizen-inspired ...


COVID-19 not over yet

Remember just a few months ago when some disease analysts who had been predicting COVID-19 would kill 200,000 Americans were being ridiculed by some people? For a time, it appeared the pandemic would claim fewer than 100,000 lives in our country. But on Sunday, the tally had topped 194,000. ...

Letters to the Tribune

Supporting cattle ranchers in North Dakota

Ryan Taylor, TownerAs a fourth generation cattle rancher and a longtime member of North Dakota Farmers Union, I'm proud to see NDFU standing up for the cattle producers of the state in these extremely stressful times for the beef business.Cattle producers have always wanted to make their living ...