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Reporter & Farmer | Amanda Fanger
Anderson Industries CEO Kory Anderson and Director of Manufacturing Brandon Alberts stand next to the frame of the Walkabout Developments’ Mother Bin, a revolutionary piece of farming equipment which will be similar to a grain cart but have seven axles, be 27 feet tall and capable of holding 400,000 pounds of grain. This prototype should be finished by the first part of October.

Anderson Industries moves all

operations to Webster

by Amanda Fanger

By the end of October, all of Anderson Industries operations and metal fabrication will be done in Webster. The company is consolidating their Mapleton, ND location with their Webster location.

Company CEO Kory Anderson said the move is one.…

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Introducing the comback kids

Waubay/Summit volleyball beats

Florence/Henry in 3-2 nailbiter

by Emre K. Erku

If they aren’t careful, Waubay/Summit varsity volleyball may soon give all their fans cardiac arrest.

Facing Florence/Henry in Waubay Sept. 20, the Mustangs battled back from a series of deficits to.....

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Fiksdal Funeral Home

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