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HS FBall: Bowman County's high-flying offense set for home playoff debut
"It's a big thing for the community," said senior linebacker Parker Lambourn said, "that's for sure. A lot of people are backing us up. Nobody's really experienced this here and it's a new thing. Hopefully we can do the right thing and win."
Well-thrown horseshoes make a champion
Making a horseshoe fly 40 feet and then encircle a stake 14 inches tall and 1 inch in diameter is no easy task.In the game of horseshoes that’s called a ringer, and it earns the most points. Lorado Reetz can make it happen often enough to place in and even win tournaments.Visit Phil Baux Park on a n
North Dakota Class A football poll
Hillsboro-Central Valley finished as the number one team in the final North Dakota Class A football poll.The Burros are riding a 20-game winning streak and will host Harvey/Wells County in the first round of the playoffs.Langdon/Edmore/Munich came in second, with Bishop Ryan in third.The postseason
HS FBall: Beulah draws Region 3 champ Bishop Ryan in first round playoff matchup
"That makes us feel really powerful, and that gives us a little extra courage, and we need that as a team," said senior defensive back John Brown III.
Getting to know the candidates - The New England Extra
Angela “Angie” Carlson said she had been in every township and learned about many problems with the roads, side roads and even muddy roads. She learned about wind turbines that are located in the northern part of the county and found that they make noise. Economic growth is a priority as people who
Help for mental illness is available in Glendive
When people mention the word “Illness” it is associated with having the flu, or a cold. But there are other illnesses that need our attention and support too. A mental illness is a mental condition which affects ones psychological, emotional and social wellbeing. This type of illness affects how a .
Candidate Pokorny challenging District 37 Republicans
Pokorny, a former educator, serves as a field consultant for North Dakota United, a merged organization for both public employees and educators.
Dickinson State Athlete-of-the-Week - Rodney Henry
Rodney Henry, a senior on the Dickinson State cross country team, finished fifth at the Jimmie Invitational in Jamestown on Friday, Oct. 5, completing the 8K in 26 minutes and 18.9 seconds.
DSU sophomore demonstrates leadership and passion
Trey Fishbach is a sophomore at Dickinson State University; a member of the university's Ag Club, a member of the College Republicans, a member of the wrestling team and the Collegiate Farm Bureau. Currently he is working toward a degree in soil agronomy. Originally from South Dakota, Fishbach was r
Blue Hawks carrying confidence into conference stretch
Dickinson State junior Ellie Hanser goes up for a kill against South Dakota School of Mines on Wednesday, Sept. 26, at Scott Gym. (Shelby Reardon / The Dickinson Press)
Pumpkins in the Patch at new location for 5th anniversary
"This is our first year at this location," said Debbie Dazell, Development Director of HCA, "which is appropriate because the school is the one hosting it, as well as the fact that the first Patch really helped in getting our building so that we could add on to the school."
Sugar beet harvest is more than 40 percent done in area
Although many areas were closed due to weather for three days last week, sugar beet harvest is ahead of schedule for Sidney Sugars.Sidney Sugars’ agricultural manager Duane Peters said some areas were closed on Thursday through Saturday, but they kept busy because Pleasant View and Powder River were
South Heart's new vocational ad building state-of-the-art
Kaitlyn Swann, vo ag teacher at South Heart, checks on Kyle Heiser's gun rack project during their advanced welding class. (Kayla Henson / The Dickinson Press)
Quinnell Electric provides small business approach when serving county residents
In 1970, a Savage local man Lloyd Quinnell decided to start his own business which we know today as Quinnell Electric. The business has been open for 48 years and they’re still going strong.While it’s a small family owned business, the only employees are Chuck and his son Wayne Quinnell. Chuck noted
Night of Hope cancer support fundraiser set for Oct. 26
Cancer affects all. Those battling, families, friends, caregivers...all are affected. The Glendive Community Cancer Fund was formed to provide help to those diagnosed with cancer. It’s a difficult thing to have to deal with the diagnosis, and then to add more stress, finding funds to cover extra exp
Tribe on North Dakota Voter ID Law: “This this will cause irreparable harm to the People of Standing Rock”
“Native Americans can live on the reservation without an address. They’re living in accordance with the law and treaties, but now all of the sudden they can’t vote. There is no good reason that a P.O. Box address is not sufficient to vote,” says Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Chairman Mike Faith.
Turnovers sink No. 22 Montana in stunning loss to North Dakota
GRAND FORKS, ND — Following Montana’s 41-14 loss to North Dakota, head coach Bobby Hauck had a blunt assessment of his team.
North Dakota needs Measure 1
Please vote yes on Measure 1 on Nov. 6.Ignore the fear-mongering and anonymous advertising that is spreading outright falsehoods against improving government transparency. Measure 1 has wide support, across and beyond partisan divides (over 38,000 people signed the initiative to get it on the ballot
North Dakota Democrat Heitkamp scrambles to catch Cramer
FARGO, N.D. (AP) - Heidi Heitkamp squeezed dozens of hands and posed for pictures with college students at North Dakota State University recently, bubbling with characteristic exuberance that belied the Democratic senator's uncertain future. "I want everybody to just do something for me," Heitkamp s
North Dakota’s Securities Commissioner Issues Orders Against 3 Companies Promoting ICOs
North Dakota Securities Commissioner Karen Tyler on Thursday, October 11 issued cease and desist orders against Crystal Token, Advertiza Holdings (Pty) Ltd., and Life Cross Coin, which were found to be promoting unregistered and potentially fraudulent ICOs in the state.Cease order issued after an in