By now Vanguard Appraisals, Inc. and their representatives are a familiar sight around the county.
On Sunday, Sept. 10 many North Dakotans were glued to their televisions and Facebook newsfeeds to see if Miss North Dakota Cara Mund would be the first young lady to claim the crown in the pageant’s 97-year history.
Nowhere is politics and the after effects of partisan decisions more evident than in the history books.
The Langdon Area School District (LASD) Board held a school taxation meeting before starting the regular board meeting on Monday, September 11.
The Langdon City Commission held a meeting on Monday, September 11.
In the last few months, Cavalier County has been on the search for a new IT company to service the computer workstations at the courthouse.
Cassey Breyer is Langdon’s newest attorney.
On Wednesday, August 30, ND Senator Heitkamp announced that Langdon, Wahpeton, and Hillsboro airports will receive federal grant money totaling over $1.32 million dollars.
The Cavalier County Commissioners had a very productive meeting after a long Labor Day holiday weekend on Tuesday, Sept. 5.
Free breakfasts and lunches make the school day more bearable for millions of school-aged children.
Langdon welcomes occupational therapist Melissa Wyatt, owner of Advanced Rehab Care, LLC (ARC).
Centenarians are people that have reached their 100th birthday.
On Monday, August 28, the Langdon City Commission held a meeting with a short agenda.
As of August 9, 2017, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) will no longer furnish driver’s license renewal services in Langdon.
Dr. Mary O. Aaland is a native of Northwood, North Dakota.
Broken water mains, frozen sewer lines, failing manholes, degraded streets, sub-grade gravel failures, and broken, uneven pavement in the streets are finally being addressed.