2022-06-15

2022-06-15 E-Edition

April storm costs could reach $20 million for co-op

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Costs associated with April’s lengthy power outage and storm damage could reach $20 million when all is said and done, Burke-Divide Electric Cooperative (BDEC) General Manager Jerry King told members last week. BDEC’s annual meeting in Kenmare was as much an opportunity for member-owners to learn about 2021 operations as it was to get an update on the effects of […]

Divide County Fair opens Friday

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It’s time for vendors, livestock, rodeo competitors and more to make their way to Crosby for the annual Divide County Fair, which opens Friday and runs through Sunday at the fairgrounds. The entertainment featured at this year’s fair includes the traditional demolition derby and youth and adult ranch rodeos, two country rock bands and a ventriloquist, among other attractions. Entrance […]

Cool pool could open as soon as June 20

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The original opening day of swimming season at the Crosby Swimming Pool came and went without so much as a splash. That’s because there’s no water in it. Traci Lund, president of the Crosby Park Board, said boiler issues discovered following the April 23 snow storm that knocked power out across Divide County heavily damaged a heat exchanger. The resulting […]

Midsommer May pole

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Members of the Vidda Lodge Sons of Norway dance around a Maypole Sunday, during the chapter’s Midsommer celebration, held at Hygge Hills, south of Noonan. Other events included crafts, games and music and more.

Keeping time

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Matt Smith, Fortuna, keeps time with the bass drum and high hat while playing bass guitar during the West Park Band’s first concert of the summer, Friday in Crosby.

Election Results

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An intial report on election results for City of Crosby will be posted online Tuesday evening, with free access at JournalTrib.com, along with results of who is advancing to the General Election in Divide County races.

Patch pickup

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Russell Gagne, a summer intern with Murex, picks up trash during an the Pick Up The Patch event last week in Crosby.

Youth event tonight

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Crosby native JoBeth Johnson, home from college for the summer, is inviting youth, grades 7 through 12, to West Park tonight. “I am just trying to organize an event for youth in the community — all denominations — to kind of connect everyone,” she said. With the help of the Ministerial Association, there will be music, a brief message, lawn […]

Photo

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Jule Stenson, Crosby, center, won the princess contest at the White Earth Valley Saddle Club Rodeo last weekend. Little Miss Caileigh Rudland, right, Portal, was Sweetheart saddle winner. Also pictured, Hannah Stute, Bottineau, Little Miss.