Santa will be going through four northeastern North Dakota towns with seven volunteers from the Northern Plains Railroad for a Dec. 8 event called “Stuff-a-Caboose.” The Fordville, N.D., -based railroad is collecting donations of children’s toys and sporting equipment.
When wind farms started dotting the landscape of northeast North Dakota a few years ago, Northern Plains Railroad developed a wind component handling facility in Devils Lake to help deliver turbines and blades to the Langdon Wind Energy Center in Cavalier County and the Rugby Wind Power Project in Pierce County.
When Curt Iverson hung up his apron early last week, closing the Fordstore and Trustworthy Hardware, it marked the end of an era. For the first time in its 106-year history, Fordville is without a grocery store. The grocery-butcher-hardware store, including the buildings and all of the equipment, will be offered for sale at an auction Saturday, beginning at 10 a.m.
A woman and a teenage girl were injured in a two-vehicle collision Saturday evening near Devils Lake.
Herald Staff Report
, August 24, 2009
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