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Anderson named Relay honorary survivor

On the morning of April 10, 2017, Hallie Anderson found a lump.After feeling around, Anderson found another lump that was the size of her pinky tip. She went to work and later mentioned it to her mother."She said, 'Make an appointment now,'" Anderson said. "At that point, my blood pressure went ...

“Chicken Today and Feathers Tomorrow”

The Tribune is publishing a three part recollection of Buster Iverson, a personal account of the well development history in the region. Tribune Reporter Carissa Mavec contributed to this report.Graduating from Knox High School at Knox, North Dakota in 1950, I worked on the family farm 1 mile ...

3rd Street Station Bar & Grill focuses on fresh

Dan and Tracy Corum opened 3rd Street Station Bar & Grill eight years ago. 3rd Street was completely renovated from a small gas station into a fully functioning bar and grill.3rd Street prides itself on serving fresh and simple food and drinks and providing a fun-filled atmosphere, ...

Pedestrians should use caution during darker hours

With winter months quickly approaching, so does the end of Daylight Saving Time. Clocks will get turned back one hour on Sunday, Nov. 6. This means the mornings will be lighter and the evenings will be darker.It is important to practice important safety precautions concerning walking and/or ...

District Bus Driver, Heintz, after the fall

Gary Heintz had been a bus driver in Rugby for 33 years when a fall on a Saturday afternoon changed his life.On May 5, 2012, Heintz was recovering from not feeling well the previous day. Feeling better, he decided to mow the lawn and remembered that he had to finish some work with the rain ...

The community staple: Balta Bar

For the past three years, Stephanie Hackel has owned Balta Bar and Grill.In the small town of Balta, ND, the restaurant has become a community staple. With an expansive menu, Balta Bar and Grill has something for everyone to enjoy."We have a lot of homemade stuff here," Hackel said. "We have ...

‘We offer a bit of nostalgia’

Rockin' Relics is celebrating its 10th year as downtown Rugby's authentic 1940's soda fountain, diner and antique store.The building has quite the history, beginning as Ellingson & Gronvold Hardware Store in the early 1900s. In 1929, the store was purchased and ran by Ed Hoff until he ...

Pastor’s Corner: Why bother with church?

A colleague of mine was talking with me recently about the unique opportunity available to pastors. We can sit in a quiet sanctuary anytime. My colleague shared with me that he's known to tell his church secretary, "If you need me, you'll find me sitting in the sanctuary. I'm wasting time ...

Pastor’s Corner: The wages of sin

Theodore Dalrymple is a British psychiatrist. His clients are the slum-poor. His clinics are in a busy general hospital and a nearby prison. In his book Life At The Bottom, Dr. Dalrymple tells of a young patient who had been imprisoned for repeated assaults on his girlfriend and his ...

A fascinating life

Monsignor Joseph Senger is 86, but he is far from idle. After his retirement as a parish priest in 2000, he served as a chaplain at Trinity Hospital, where he still works part time and as a substitute pastor at different parishes in the area."I'm on call right now," said the gregarious Senger, ...