The Nekoma Elevator has a new method for storing excess canola crop this harvest season and it’s quite the sight.
Law enforcement, emergency services, first responders, school staff, and officials from the surrounding area will be busy responding to a simulated incident involving an emergency exercise at the Langdon High…
Lance Schill has plenty to celebrate this off season as he won two separate track championships in this, his fifth year racing in Midwest Modified class or B-Mods.
The Sillers Law Firm in Langdon will be gaining a new look with the addition of two new partners joining long time Langdon lawyer Cameron Sillers.
New football plan out for 2015-16
The Langdon Area Senior Club is looking for new members to come in and enjoy activities.
The Langdon city commissioners held their meeting this past Monday to a full house and full docket.
After three generations of service, Herrud Watch Repair closed its doors on September 10.
After much thought and consideration, Marnie Brooks made the careful decision to sell her family owned business, Brooks Funeral Home, to Tom Askew of Cavalier.
The chill of an early fall
Those driving to Hampden last week had the treat of seeing Winston “Winny” Johnson’s tractor collection on display.
After the birth of a child there is the joy of having the baby safely tucked in your arms.
Langdon Area High School 2014 Homecoming King, Dalton Fetsch and Queen, Renea McGauvran were crowned on Tuesday, Sept. 2, following a parade and pep rally.
St. Alphonsus has a new principal this year in Loren Scheer.