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Dickinson employers tour Camp Grafton

The North Dakota National Guard training facility at Devils Lake, Camp Grafton, was site of an appreciation tour given to local employers of Guardsmen on Tuesday, Aug. 14.

THE DICKINSON PRESS

Dickinson condo complex fire under investgation

DICKINSON, N.D. (AP) — Families who lived in a Dickinson condominium complex are without homes after the structure was destroyed by fire.Fire Chief Bob Sivak says the cause of Sunday's fire is still under investigation, but he says it's believed to have started on the exterior of the complex.

HASTINGS TRIBUNE

'It's my family'; Baranko takes the lead at Evergreen

The residents of Evergreen enjoy playing bingo or listening to old-time music, but activities sometimes exceed their imaginations. Within the last couple of weeks, they went chokecherry picking, attended the Medora Musical, participated in a pickle judging contest and made homemade ice cream.

THE DICKINSON PRESS - 2018-08-20 15:29:47

Law agencies across state cracking down on impaired drivers

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BISMARCK TRIBUNE

New Dacotah Ridge complex in works

Affordable Housing Developers, Inc., is working toward building a new 16-unit complex for low-income seniors and people with disabilities.

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Stone Mill, partners ride a wave of customer desire for clean,...

The Richardton food manufacturer is in what the food industry is called the "whole, clean" ingredient market. That market has been exploding in recent years due to perceived health benefits. The company produces organic and non-GMO flaxseed (brown and yellow), garbanzo beans (chickpeas), lentils, qu

AG WEEK - 2018-08-20 13:42:45

'I'm definitely going to miss it': Benson reflects on 32-year...

Benson, who took charge of the Mott football program in 1986, flashed back to a moment in his first season when he was upset with one of his players over running the wrong play. Benson called timeout, walked onto the field and let his player know, with some choice words, of the mistake that he had m

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4-H youth win awards at Sate Fair

From the clothing review to horses, goats and swine, youth were recognized for their work throughout the year.

THE DICKINSON PRESS - 2018-08-20 15:24:27

New sales tax approved for November ballot

The sales tax would supplant, not supplement, money being drawn from Dickinson's general fund, Haylee Cripe, sales tax committee member, explained at the Aug. 7 meeting of the city commissioners.

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Red Trail Energy LLC : chief says speak up for ethanol | MarketScreener

RICHARDTON, N.D.- Now more than ever, farmers who believe in the future of ethanol need to speak up for it, saysGerald Bachmeier, president of theNorth Dakota Ethanol Producers Association.

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Western ND farmer; dicamba-tolerant soybeans key to adoption

Greg Kessel and his wife, Stacey, lead Arrow K Farms near Belfield, N.D. They raise 300 acres of Roundup Ready Xtend dicamba-tolerant soybeans — the only soybeans they know of in Billings County. Arrow K Farms produces cereal grains and field peas for seed, and corn and soybeans grains. They also se

AG WEEK

Fairfield school looks at $1M expansion

Two classrooms will be added, one of which will include the school's library and computer lab, Shae Peplinski, Billings County School District principal, said.

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Building the Bakken Radio Episode 260: A Mineral Rights Battle and Energy Education

Weekly Davis Refinery UpdateInterview: Dan Hedrington, SEHDan Hedrington, SEH, gives an update on the Davis Refinery, set to start construction soon in Belfield, ND.

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Damaging Hardhat blows: Rapid City eliminates Dickinson with...

But after a crippling first inning and a rougher top of the sixth, the Roughriders' 2018 campaign has come to an end.The Hardhats racked up five runs before recording an out in the opening frame and brought 12 batters to the plate before one was retired in the sixth, capturing a 16-3 victory in six

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Bakken Inflatable 5K benefits charity

Proceeds will benefit three nonprofit organizations in the Dickinson area: the United Way of Dickinson, House of Manna and West Dakota Parent & Family Resource Center. The organizations bring the community together to focus on the most important needs — assisting seniors and people with disabilities

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Keeping abreast of your health

"It's super exciting," Tracey Mann, director of radiology at CHI, said. "It's a great thing for our patients and the surrounding community to be able to come to Dickinson and have their 3D mammograms performed here on-site, without having to make the long drive to Bismarck."A moderately recent imagi

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JLG chosen for new social services building

Rather than expand on or renovate the existing building at 12th Street West, commissioners have decided on a new building to be located near CHI St. Alexius Health."Our thoughts, as a commission, is basically a building, probably purchasing 2 to 3 acres by the hospital," Commissioner Russ Hoff said.

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Dickinson Public Schools is looking for some help

Burton Lewton, Transportation Manager for Harlow's said they are offering a sign on bonus, monthly attendance bonuses, and recruitment bonuses to interested applicants.

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Opening night jitters: Dickinson mistakes costly against powerful...

However, compared to the 2017 team, the Roughriders enter the tournament this season as one of the youngest teams. And between the pageantry and bright lights shining down on the Dakota Community Bank & Trust Ballpark, their youth and inexperience showed.Dickinson pitchers issued 13 walks and hit tw

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Downtown association forms new committee in Dickinson

"Luckily the city of Dickinson commissioned a really thorough, professional parking study of few years ago, and it showed that there are plenty of parking spots in the downtown area, " saidJennifer Strange, Executive Director of the Downtown Dickinson Association.

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