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'Like Christmas day all over again'

Prairie Hills announced the new store was coming in May.Jeremy Braegelmann, Dunham's district manager, said he was happy to bring the new store to Dickinson."I think this is going to be a great community for us," he said. "We feel like we've been very embraced by the community since we've started ou

THE DICKINSON PRESS - 2018-10-19 20:34:30

'Playing for pride, playing for the seniors': Dickinson High...

Dickinson High senior lineman Kyler Benfiet hits Williston quarterback Charles Whitlock after a pass attempt during the first quarter on Friday, Oct. 5, from the Biesiot Activities Center. (Patrick Bernadeau/The Dickinson Press)


'This year has been so much better because I'm with her': Willer...

Dickinson Trinity sophomore libero Asia Willer eyes the ball after a dig attempt against Beulah on Tuesday, Sept. 25, from the Knights of Columbus Activities Center. (Patrick Bernadeau / The Dickinson Press)

THE DICKINSON PRESS - 2018-10-19 01:19:23

Blue Hawks put up big blocks against conference-leading V-Ha...

Dickinson State junior middle blocker Kennedy Hildebrand fires past Viterbo blockers on Friday, Oct. 19, at Scott Gym. (Shelby Reardon / The Dickinson Press)

THE DICKINSON PRESS - 2018-10-20 04:19:01

Titans at full strength for Des Lacs-Burlington rematch

Junior quarterback Aric Knopik hands the ball off to freshman running back Nathaniel Jilek against Des Lacs-Burlington on Saturday, Oct. 28, at the Biesiot Activities Center. (Shelby Reardon / The Dickinson Press)

THE DICKINSON PRESS - 2018-10-20 02:09:31

Rising to new heights: Blue Hawks look for better results with...

This season, Liz Lewis is back at the helm and following a 5-24 campaign, in which the Blue Hawks went 0-16 against conference opponents, five players kept the faith and returned.With the veterans and a new pack of recruits, the team hopes to make a better impression this winter and isn't holding ba

THE DICKINSON PRESS - 2018-10-20 04:06:24

District 37 candidates debate issues

Participating were House incumbents Mike Lefor and Vicky Stiner, both Republicans, and Democratic challenger Keith Fernsler; and Senate incumbent Rich Wardner, a Republican, and R. Travis Brazelton, a Democrat.OPENING STATEMENTSBrazelton opened by saying, "I'm not a politician" and described himself

THE DICKINSON PRESS - 2018-10-19 16:01:28

DHS hosts community for tours, public forum about improving ...

The tour, led by students, was designed to showcase the facility's problems, including leaking ceilings, cramped classrooms, insufficient walking space and security concerns.After touring the school, community member Nicole Wald's biggest concerns about the current building were "the overcrowding, t


'We just band together': Various communities show ‘love and...

Members of the Dickinson State University Nursing Student Association present Dickinson High senior Lauren Jorda with a gift basket on Wednesday, Oct. 3, from the Dickinson State University Student Center. (Patrick Bernadeau/The Dickinson Press)


SDC moving to historic Elks building

The nonprofit, which fosters economic development and offers resources to entrepreneurs, is located in the Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce offices, at 314 Third Ave. NW.SDC Board President T.J. Herauf, at Tuesday's meeting of the SDC board, said the move would benefit the SDC and its efforts."We


Blue Hawks ready to adapt in must-win game against Vikings

Vikings junior running back Louie Quinones runs with the football against Dickinson State on Oct. 7, 2017, at the Biesiot Activities Center. (Shelby Reardon / The Dickinson Press)

THE DICKINSON PRESS - 2018-10-19 02:52:03

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.


'A third of the game': Blue Hawks showcase speed on special teams...

On that sheet are 46 names, two for each position, with starters in bold. While it includes kicker Cody Johnson, one punt returner in Cain Boschee and a kick returner in Roderick Ashford, it isn't required to list all the men on special teams. Although the players on special teams don't fall under t


9-Man roundup: Raiders set for five-hour journey to St. John

Richardton-Taylor-Hebron head coach Seth Forster talks to his players at halftime during an opening-round game of the 9-Man State Playoffs against Divide County on Saturday, Oct. 13, from the John H. Gengler Memorial Field. (Patrick Bernadeau/The Dickinson Press)

THE DICKINSON PRESS - 2018-10-19 04:05:35

In a different tier: Jamestown gets stronger in sweep over D...

Dickinson junior hitter Audrey Rodakowski delivers an attack against Jamestown on Wednesday, Oct. 17, from the Dickinson High Gym. (Patrick Bernadeau/The Dickinson Press)


Midgets avoid a shutout in season finale

The Demons, who finished 9-0 overall and 6-0 in the WDA, kept the Midgets off the board for three quarters, but a pair of Dickinson touchdowns eliminated the shutout, as Bismarck won 55-13, on Wednesday, Oct. 17, at the Sanford Sports Complex.


School board approves motion to hire CMAR

During Monday's school board meeting, officials approved a motion to begin the hiring process for a construction manager at risk, or CMAR, which acts as a consultant during the design and construction of buildings.


Big things on the way for shoppers in Dickinson at Prairie Hills Mall

After losing some major tenants things were starting to look a little bleak at the Prairie Hills Mall in Dickinson,ND, but the shopping center is now starting to catch its second wind just in time for the holidays.


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.


Further discussion needed on construction manager

While the Dickinson School Board had originally planned on voting whether to hire a construction manager at risk (CMAR) on Tuesday, they decided that the decision warranted more discussion. After Tuesday's meeting, they participated in a workshop with members of a construction company, Dickinson Pub