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'This isn't just a matter of a few jobs' -- DWCRC warden responds to governor’s relocation proposal
After last week's budget address by Gov. Burgum, when he proposed relocating the Dakota Women's Correctional and Rehabilitation Center (DWCRC) in New England to Bismarck, many residents in the region were concerned with what the future could hold.
Process to select new director for NDSU extension center underway
A season of change is coming to the North Dakota State University Research Extension Center in Dickinson — and much like winter in North Dakota, it could be a rather long season as the university undertakes the slow process of filling the vacated directorship of the center following the departure of
Stark County Asks for Help Identifying Human Remains
The Stark County Sheriff's Department is asking for your help in identifying human remains found in the Dickinson, ND area. On Tuesday, around 12 p.m. a skull was discovered by a person surveying private land in Northeastern Dickinson, according to Major Fern Moser of the Stark County Sheriff's Depa
Beach looking for more after breaking tournament drought
One year removed from a turnaround season that ended with a first-round bye in the Region 7 Tournament, the Beach boys basketball team is off to a bumpy start this year. Allowing 71 points in losses to both Napoleon-Gackle-Streeter on Dec. 8, and Strasburg-Zeeland on Dec. 9, during the Linton Tourna
No decision made in DHS workshop; new option considered
No decisions were made during Thursday's fourth workshop for the new Dickinson High School project, but a new option was added. "We want to take one last-second look at whether or not it would be beneficial to keep any of the old facility, like the gym space," said Shon Hocker, superintendent of Dic
Dickinson gymnastics victorious in Valley City
VALLEY CITY — With a gymnast winning three of four events, the Dickinson High gymnastics team won with a team score of 144.6 at the Valley City West Invite on Friday, Dec. 14. The Midgets narrowly defeated Bismarck Legacy, who placed second with an overall score of 137.75.
Wreaths Across America Honors Thousand at the ND Veterans Cemetery
A nationwide ceremony brings thousands to North Dakota to honor our fallen soldiers. KX reporter Sonji Milburn talks about how the wreaths across America makes a difference in people's lives.
North Dakota fair housing study finds discrimination against transgender community
BISMARCK — A recent study by the High Plains Fair Housing Council shows transgender people are experiencing high levels of discrimination when seeking housing in North Dakota.
'The women are isolated' -- Department of Corrections addresses DWCRC relocation reasoning
The Dakota Women's Correctional and Rehabilitation Center now faces the hangman's noose after 15 years in service following the governor's announced plans to relocate the facility to Bismarck during his annual budget address last week.
Head of North Dakota DOCR says Moving Women's Corrections Center is the Best Option
Not everyone is unhappy with an item in Governor Burgum's budget. His proposal to shut down the Dakota Women's Correctional Facility in New England is something the Head of the State's Department of Corrections supports.
Oilfield service company owes back pay
The U.S. Department of Labor has ordered Wyoming Casing Service Inc., of Dickinson, to pay $1.17 million in back wages. The department said the wages are owed to 275 current and former employees after an investigation found violations of overtime and recordkeeping requirements.
Scoreboard for Wednesday, Dec. 12
First place votes in parentheses. Others receiving votes: Bismarck Legacy (3-1). First place votes in parentheses. Others receiving votes: West Fargo Sheyenne (3-1), Jamestown (2-1), Grand Forks Red River (3-1), Bismarck High (1-2).
Titans own the interior: Dickinson Trinity out-rebound Mott-Regent by 30, advance to tournament final
If once you don't succeed, try, try and try again. Early in the first quarter against Mott-Regent, Dickinson Trinity junior guard Matt Stafford fired a three-point shot that bounced high off the back rim. Swarming like a predator and the basketball serving as their prey, three Titans players raced i
How can texting affect your teenagers grammar
TV might have killed the radio star, but is texting killing the art of communication?. For some high school students, there is only one way they like to communicate. "I prefer to text," said Aiden Haich, Trinity Catholic High School freshman.
'An unbelievable gift' -- 10th annual Shop-with-a-Cop brings joy to less fortunate
The North Dakota Fraternal Order of Police—West River Lodge and members of the Dickinson Police Department and the Stark County Sheriff's Office hosted their annual Shop-with-a-Cop event, which gave police officers an opportunity to bring more attention to the "service" part of protect and serve.
UPS and the Marines join forces to battle childhood illiteracy
"Reading is essential for those who seek to rise above the ordinary." — Jim Rohn. In an effort to help deliver the gift of reading to the less fortunate children in the country, UPS store locations throughout North Dakota will be, once again, joining forces with the United States Marine Corps' Toys
Two arrested north of Eldridge, ND
ELDRIDGE, N.D. -- A husband and wife face eight criminal charges each after an alleged burglary and theft north of Eldridge on Monday, according to Jason Falk, a deputy with the Stutsman County Sheriff’s Office.
7 Unsuspecting Restaurants In North Dakota With Food So Good It Should Be Illegal
Have you ever eaten something so delicious, so outrageously amazing, that it seems like it’s too good to be true? Those are the times you find your new favorite place to eat, but they can be rare. These restaurants in North Dakota not only have food so good it should be illegal, they also look like
Sobering statistics - Police caution motorists during holiday season
North Dakota ranks second in the nation for the most impaired-driving deaths per capita, studies show. In 2017, the percentage of motor vehicle crash deaths that had alcohol involvement in North Dakota was 47 percent, according to the 2018 North Dakota Behavioral Health System Study.
One game down, Raiders looking forward to many more
After watching his players perform in their first game of the season, first-year Richardton-Taylor head coach Bryan Floberg believes the scoreboard doesn't tell the entire story.