On Monday, Dec. 1 the city council of New England unanimously voted to increase the water and sewer rates, something that hasn’t changed since 2008.
After a few years of vacancy, the Agronomist position with Southwest Grain in New England has been filled, by two people.
As the city of New England prepares to move forward with Phase 1 of the water improvement project, they’ll do so without a big portion of the original plan.
Over two decades ago, Ruth Fitterer set out to make some improvements to the Memorial Hall in New England. Today, Ruth and a set of board members are a part of the New England Community Renovation Project inc. (NECRP), a…
The New England City Council welcomed a new member to their committee during the Oct. 6 meeting.
The faculty and staff of New England Public School were treated to a special speaker a day before students were ushered into the new school year.
Motion, passed. The city of New England has decided to go forward with the water project.
The Dakota Women’s Correctional Rehab Center opened its doors in Nov. 2013. It celebrated its 10 year anniversary last fall, however, coming up is another 10 year mark that not many people realize.
After almost a four year process the New England City Council finished updating the city ordinances. The city ordinances had not been updated since the 1970s.