Some pretty remarkable young people went out into the Twin Towns Area and beyond on Friday, Oct. 15. They took part in the annual Day of Caring.
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Hello fellow readers! I was wondering if there is any interest in having a book club hosted on NABUR. My idea was to maybe read "The Night Watchman" by Louise Erdrich, but I am open to other book suggestions!
The Wahpeton Huskies football stats that are available immediately following games are unofficial. I will share the official stats each Sunday right here on NABUR!
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This month, Wahpeton voters will decide on proposed Ordinance No. 1030. The ordinance would increase the local sales and use tax by .75 percent for the purpose of funding the center’s construction, maintenance and operation. The project’s most recent budgeted cost is $20 million.
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