Archive - Nov 9, 2012 - News Article
The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) and the North Dakota Highway Patrol (NDHP) have issued a No Travel Advisory for the northwest region of the state due to freezing rain creating glare ice causing hazardous travel conditions. This No Travel Advisory includes areas surrounding Williston, Watford City, New Town, Crosby, Bowbells and Stanley.
I just heard a fella say it and I couldnâ€™t agree more. The man said, â€śIf I have to hear the words â€śPewâ€ť and â€śGallupâ€ť used together ever again â€“I hope it has to do with a horse thatâ€™s passing gas and not political polls!â€ť Smart man, that fella, he is.
I know with some certainty I am maturing. Call me a late bloomer if you must. I am what I am. Iâ€™m just a girl trying to get by another day. Iâ€™m betting you are too. The new mature me isnâ€™t going to say a word about the election, the outcome or my opinion on it all. No sir! Iâ€™m going to train my tongue to be wise or die trying.
North Dakota residents are no stranger to dangerous winter driving, and with winter quickly approaching, law enforcement officials remind residents to take precaution during winter travel.
Sgt. Dave Swenson from the Valley City Police Department recommends that people do not have less than half a tank of gas in their vehicle during winter weather, and always travel with an emergency survival kit in the vehicle.
new foundation promises to help local kids with life-threatening illnesses. The Forward Foundation, an organization backed by Bank Forward, may give families of ill children some peace of mind when it comes to meeting the financial burdens associated with extended illnesses. A fundraising event will be held in Valley City on Thursday. Money raised will go toward helping local families.