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Greg Mayer being treated for cancer: Among the beneficiaries...
Greg Mayer, of Dickinson, was enjoying his family and driving truck for Black Hills Trucking when his life was turned upside down with the diagnosis of cancer.
Pigeon trapper gets results, carries on
As Bryan Cleveland told it, you used to have to step over piles of pigeon excrement to get into almost any business on Merrill Avenue, an unwelcome gift from an unwelcome guest for most business and property owners.
Glendive native will compete at Miss MT
Kristi Cullinan is hoping to be the 69th Miss Montana as she competes for the first time in the Miss Montana Scholarship program June 14-16 at the DCHS auditorium in Glendive. Kristy, a Glendive native, is majoring in music and biology at Northwest College in Powell, Wyo. and will sing ...
Sue Anderson leaves her footprints in the arts
With the announcement of her retirement, Anderson said, “I’ll miss the kids immensely. I have great colleagues that are my friends. I’ll miss the day-to day contact with young people.”Anderson took over Student Congress, speech and theater at the beginning of her career.“I started Student Congress,
Some recent fireworks were approved by the city, sort of
On Wednesday, fireworks were detonated after 9 p.m. for a span of roughly 10 minutes at a southside residence, upsetting several city residents on social media.
Sue Anderson reflects on her teaching career
Having taught English, social studies, Title I and speech, her goal was the same.“I really want to know students that I taught became independent thinkers -- as a result of conversations in class, coaching speech or directing theater -- I want them to be able to make up their own minds and to have t
Heart River hires Sian as new volleyball coach
Dickinson State's Tessa Sian, left, and Shyanne Gilcrist compete during a contest against Bellevue University on October 1, 2016, from Scott Gymnasium. (Parker Cotton / The Dickinson Press)
Meet a candidate: Sarah Carlson
"I feel like I'm a pretty positive person, I like to think creatively and I do have goals for this community in the education system," Carlson said. "(Like) making sure all kids feel included in the classroom, feel safe and enjoy their learning experience."Carlson wears "multiple hats", working full
Incredible Record-Breaking Pole Vault in Glendive
Check out the dog pile as friends of Garrison Hughes piled on to the mat. This, following a record-setting vault in Glendive, Montana at the Eastern A Divisional Track Meet over the weekend. Sidney's Garrison Hughes pulled off an incredible feat, as seen in this must-see video captured by Glendive B
Tradition of paddlefish season has a long history in Glendive
May 15 - 39 May 16 - 4 (as of 8 a.m.) (largest fish - 90 pounds) An Eastern Montana tradition kicked off this week, and while the paddlefish season on the Yellowstone River attracts competitors and enthusiasts from across the country, its roots are placed firmly in Glendive. Angling for paddlefish o
2018 NDHSAA State A Boys Golf, June 5-6, Dickinson’s Heart River Golf Course
The 2018 NDHSAA State Class A Boys Golf Tournament will be held June 5-6 at Heart River Golf Course located at 2004 Fairway Street, Dickinson, ND 58601. Dickinson High School Activities Director Guy Fridley will serve as tournament manager.
Andrew Rohwedder retires as technology educator
“When I first came here to Richardton, it was industrial arts and known as shop, then it turned to industrial education and then technology and engineering,” he said.Early yearsRohwedder grew up at Newhall, Calif., where his dad was a machinist in the aerospace program. He’s credited with sparking R
FOUR! : Heart River claims fourth consecutive Region 5 title,...
With mother nature as their main obstacle, 29 tough and strong-willed girls battled through continuous freezing rain and wind to compete in the Region 5 Tournament.Heart River took home its fourth straight region crown with a combined score 366. Cougars junior Katie Keator earned medalist honors, sh
Dunham's Sports to open in Prairie Hills Mall
Dunham's Sports, one of the nation's largest sporting goods chains, will be coming to Dickinson's Prairie Hills Mall, the mall announced on Facebook on Friday morning.
'Able to make an impact in someone's life'
A mobile pop-up food bank made its way to Belfield, Taylor and Richardton on Thursday, giving out fresh vegetables, bakery items and boxed goods.
DSU’s Miller named NAIA-Daktronics scholar-athlete
Zach Miller, a senior golfer at Dickinson State University, was one of 180 scholar-athletes named by the NAIA.
Pool rules won’t be changing for 2018
One of the rules in question states that, “Children 14 years and under must be supervised by someone 16 years or older.” The rule also clarified that the child must always be within arms reach of an adult, and that if the child is in the water then the adult must be in the water with them as well.
Devils perform well at Jock Stop, DCHS will host Divisionals Friday and Saturday
Freshman Cameron Egan had a solid afternoon as he placed ninth in the 100 meters (12.26), fourth in the high jump (5-06.00) and sixth in the long jump (18-03.75). Also, he helped the 4x100 relay team place fourth
Beck, Knopik named Dickinson Trinity Athletes of the Year
Beck, who competes in gymnastics and track and field, will continue her education and athletics at Bemidji State in Minnesota next year. She will study nursing while competing in pole vault and the 100-meter hurdles.
Motor vehicle department hours change
The Motor Vehicle Division is adjusting the days of operation for the Glendive Driver License Station located at 301 N Kendrick Ave to every Monday, Wednesday and Friday after June 15. If services are needed on an emergency basis on Tuesdays or Thursdays, residents can visit the Sidney Driver Licens