Welcome to Edinburg, ND!

 

Northeast North Dakota is a well-kept secret, especially the little town of Edinburg. It sits on the edge of the fertile farmland of the Red River Valley and the prairies of the west. Edinburg has a population of about 190 people with the drive, dreams and heart of cities 10 times its size. Edinburg could be a "throw-back" to the 50's with its pristine cleanliness, manicured yards and well-kept homes, but it is most definitely planted in the 21st century with citizens who strive to keep Edinburg very much alive!

Edinburg is a great place to live!

A HUGE THANK YOU TO THOSE WHO POST REMARKS IN THE GUESTBOOK. IT MEANS A LOT TO KNOW THAT THE EDINBURG WEBSITE IS BEING LOOKED AT. IF YOU HAVE ANY REQUESTS, PLEASE LET ME KNOW. I WISH I COULD FIND A WAY WHERE THIS PARTICULAR PROGRAM WOULD ALLOW THE PICTURES TO BE "ZOOMED IN", SO YOU COULD SEE THEM CLOSE UP. THANKS AGAIN.

 

This Week's news

 

 

I DON'T KNOW IF I HAVE EVER MENTIONED THAT IF YOU GO WAY TO THE BOTTOM OF THE CROW'S NEST PAGE, THERE WILL BE A CROW'S NEST ARCHIVE. BY CLICKING ON IT, YOU CAN GO BACK AND READ EVERY ARTICLE WRITTEN SINCE 2004.

 

 

yeast

I found this recipe in an old bookbook with the "German from Russia" heritage. This surely does make sense as a way to make yeast. We discovered this was part of my husband, Chuck's heritage, when we visited that part of Germany a few years ago.

 

 

 

 

leroys tree

This tree was planted in honor of LeRoy Pederson's 45 years of service to the Edinburg Park Board.

 

hearts

The Grand Forks Herald had these hearts in their Saturday edition. We could print them out and put in our windows supporting everyone during this pandemic of coronavirus. I have noticed people stopping and looking as they drive or walk by our house.

 

larrys tree

This Ohio Buckeye tree was planted in the Edinburg Park in memory of Larry Pewe.

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