Author: Brady Seibles

Hillsboro City Commission Adjust Public Comment Policy; Approves New Website

Hillsboro, ND –The Hillsboro Commission held their regular scheduled bi-monthly meeting Monday evening at the Main Street Community Center. During the meeting the board clarified a previous motion made by Vice president Levi Reese that will allow people to talk at designated times during future meetings. The public will have designated five minute periods during…
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January 5, 2021 0

Great Plains Fireworks Ready to Open this Saturday for New Years Celebrations

Hillsboro, ND — Firework fans in the area don’t have to wait until July to enjoy the dazzling lights and big booms as Great Pains Fireworks is set to open from noon to 6 pm beginning this Saturday December 26 through New Year’s Day. Since 2012 the state of North Dakota has allowed residents to…
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December 23, 2020 0

Traill County Commission Approves Mask Resolution

By Brady Seibles krjbada@loretel.net (11/5/20) Hillsboro, ND– At the Traill County Commission meeting on Wednesday Nov. 3 the commission implemented a mask resolution to go into effect immediately throughout the county. Over the month Traill County has been hit particularly hard with 14 new cases Wednesday bringing the total active cases to 127 with 5…
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November 5, 2020 0

Steele County Approves Mask Mandate

By Brady Seibles krjbada @loretel.net (11/3/20) Finley, ND — The Steele County Commission met  Tuesday November 3, and approved a mask mandate effective immediately for the county. Steele County Like much of North Dakota has continued to see an upward trend in COVID-19 Cases with the county being elevated to the green low risk level. …
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November 3, 2020 0

Central Valley School to Begin 10 Day Distance Learning Period

By Brady Siebels krjbada@loretel.net (10/28/20) Buxton, ND — Buxton, ND — The Central Valley School District announced Wednesday that beginning Friday October 30th the school will transition into a distance learning model for the following 10 days. Superintendent Jeremy Brandt said due to an uptick in positive COVID-19 cases among students and staff the decision…
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October 28, 2020 0