By now Vanguard Appraisals, Inc. and their representatives are a familiar sight around the county.
Nowhere is politics and the after effects of partisan decisions more evident than in the history books.
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.
Centenarians are people that have reached their 100th birthday.
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.
The “white barren areas” in our fields, especially along the headlands and road-side/in-field ditches are very prominent this year.
As the number of births in Cavalier County continues to rise, so to does the number of car seats. Recently, Safe Kids Grand Forks and Altru along with the Langdon Day Care Center held a car seat safety check where…
One of the big hits for this year’s Music Fest weekend was a pedal pull contest held by a newly created and local company, Rough Rider Pedal Pulls owned by Bill and Peggy Davis.
It’s been over a year since Langdon residents voted in favor of joining Northeast Regional Water District (NRWD) on a joint project to bring water treated by the City of Devils Lake to the Langdon area. Con- struction on the…
The Langdon City Commission held a short meeting on Monday, July 10 to conduct business.
It is once again time for Langdon to don their best attire as you are cordially invited to attend the second annual Winter Gala, a fundraising event for the Langdon Daycare Center.
The Cavalier County Soils Committee has been working hard finding a solution to the dilemma of inaccurate tax values that are currently in place for many agricultural soil parcels.
Early in the morning hours of January 2, Pepper and Chris Moen awoke to flames beginning to consume the home they had lived in for less than two years.
The 65th Legislative Assembly for the state of North Dakota will convene on Tuesday, January 3, 2017 and will consist of a Senate of 47 senators and a House of Representatives with 94 representatives.
The North Dakota State University (NDSU) Langdon Research Extension Center (LREC) hosted a seminar for area producers to learn valuable information on what they can do prepare for and expect from their fields next spring and possible crop yields.
The Cavalier County Extension Service hosted an advisory council meeting for the first time in 25 years on the morning of December 1.