In the fight against Parkinson’s Disease there are a lot of big names, but one seems to stand out: Michael J. Fox.
The Southwest North Dakota 4-H Horse Show was held at the Dakota Winds Arena, in Bowman on Monday, July 6. Over 30 youth from the counties of Adams, Bowman, Hettinger, and Slope could competed in the 12 available horse events.
Looking for a ride to a medical appointment, a hair appointment, to the Dickinson, Bismarck or Rapid City airport, or maybe a trip for shopping, and you need transportation?
Out with the old, in with the new. In October 2014, Slope County entered a new era when the county employees moved into the new courthouse building in Amidon.
Once a year, farmers in Bowman and Slope counties gather to hear about new farm equipment, shifts in the market and various methods of procuring crops at the annual Southwest Ag Forum.
For the past 10 years, the Lebanon Lutheran members of the Women of Evangelical Lutheran Church of America (WELCA) have been a featured fixture at the annual Southwest Auxiliary’s Christmas Bazaar.
As the season grows colder, things are beginning to wrap up, including 4H. On Oct. 25, the Slope County 4-H held their Fall Wind-Up Party at the fairgrounds in Amidon.
Most of us can’t carry a tune to save our life. And those of us that can, usually have had lessons and training as a musician. That’s not the case for young Brady Rustan.
Fair time is fun time. And at the Slope County Farmers Fair this year, fairgoers got a little something extra at their time on the fairgrounds, moisture.
Passing through Amidon, N.D. you might take notice of the steel cut signs along the highway on either side of town.
For the better part of the past six months, the town of Amidon has watched as the county slowly raised the structure that will become the new county courthouse.
View the 2013 Slope County Farmer’s Fair Guide here!