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Law enforcement to stay at force of seven

The City of Crosby last week approved a law enforcement contract with the Divide County Sheriff’s office, down $92,000 from last year and also heard a presentation from Community Developer KayCee Lindsey.

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2017 Crosby celebration begins to take shape

2017 Crosby celebration begins to take shape

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Cowgirl up!

Cowgirl up!

Denise (Roberts) Kanaman, a 1982 Divide County High School graduate, won the 2015 National Barrel Horse Association World Seniors Championship.

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State relief helps to lower tax bills for residences; commercial is up

A state tax credit of 12 percent from the State of North Dakota will result in lower property tax bills than last year for many residential property owners, while some see tax bills increase only slightly.

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Cheaper rent, more vacancies growing noticeable now

Cheaper rent, more vacancies growing noticeable now

The days of $3,000 a month rent may be over. Landlords and property managers in Crosby last week shared their observations about the apparent bursting of Crosby’s housing bubble.

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Road project details given

A North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) worker on Monday night gave early details on a major highway project next spring between Noonan and Crosby, during the regular Crosby City Council meeting.

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Fosland believed in service to others

Fosland believed in service to others

Longtime Crosby native John Fosland, 69, died Sunday after complications from heart surgery.

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Supporting a husband in his gubernatorial bid

Supporting a husband in his gubernatorial bid

Beth Bakke Stenehjem has been the wife of a politician for a long time, but few people would describe her as a stand-behind-your-man kind of gal.

Posted 12/01/15 (Tue) read more »

Patrons to vote on smaller building plan

The Divide County School Board resolved in a special meeting Monday to seek voter approval of a bond measure about half the size of last April’s failed effort to fund building renovation and expansion.

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Developer needs board participation

A slowdown in the oil patch is raising questions about Divide County’s economic and community development direction. This is the second of two parts.

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