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Western ND county auditor arrested for DUI
DICKINSON, N.D. -- Stark County Auditor Kay Ann Haag was arrested for driving under the influence Thursday, June 14.
Dunham's Sports is coming to Dickinson
"Sporting goods is a market void in this community and Southwest North Dakota for years. Now we are going to be able to fill that void with a top notch sporting good retailer," said Peggy O'Brien, Manager of Prairie Hills Mall.
Montana overcomes slow start, rolls over North Dakota for 55-7 Badlands Bowl win
DICKINSON, N.D. — Mark Sulser has been away from the head coaching role for six years, but he still knows how to give a halftime speech.Trailing 7-0 after a sluggish first half in Saturday’s 25th annual Knights of Columbus Badlands Bowl, Sulser’s Montana squad erupted for 35 third-quarter points en
"We'll do everything we can to win": North Dakota hopes...
Hettinger-Scranton running back Isaiah Kludt carries the ball during North Dakota team practice on Wednesday, June 13, from the Biesiot Activities Center. (Patrick Bernadeau/The Dickinson Press)
"A couple that we let get away from us": Roughriders...
Finishing on the wrong side of a two-game sweep against Minot, the Roughriders were halted by both a sloppy start and undesirable finish.In the opener, Dickinson handed out all of the game's scoring in the top of the first inning, dropping the contest 6-0. Later in the day, the Vistas plated four ru
Stark County Votes! City, county commissioners elected
In Stark County, for District 4, Commissioner Russ Hoff, seeking re-election, was defeated by challenger Carla Arthaud, 1,790 against 1,612.Commissioner Ken Zander, District 2, running unopposed, was re-elected.County State's Attorney Tom Henning and County Auditor/Treasurer Kay Haag both ran unoppo
Idaho trucker accused of dumping saltwater in North Dakota
Saltwater is a byproduct of oil production and must be disposed of according to state rules. SBT driver George Baker Jr., of Ponderay, Idaho, is accused of dumping 4,200 gallons on hay land owned by Dunn Center ranchers Shane and Sheralee Dolezal last weekend.
Willing to help: Volunteer fire captain saves lives on the ground,...
Captain Kevin Berger has spent 24 years with Dickinson Rural Fire and Rescue, becoming trained not only in battling blazes, but in handling rescue operations and working on their dive team.
WEB EXTRA: Dog Walks Another Dog
DICKINSON, N.D. -- The saying goes that "you can't teach an old dog new tricks", but what about a young one?
Bandshell series kicks off with Monroe Crossing
The performance starts at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, June 12, at the Phil Patterson Memorial Bandshell. Bring a lawn chair or blanket, it’s free.Named in honor of Bill Monroe, “The father of bluegrass music,” Monroe Crossing has entertained audiences across the United States, Canada and Europe.Derek Johnson
Meridian Energy Group, Inc. Receives Permit to Construct for the Davis RefineryFirst full-conversion refinery in history permitted as a Synthetic Minor Source | Markets Insider
BELFIELD, N.D., June 13, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) --Meridian Energy Group, Inc., the leading developer of innovative and environmentally-compliant oil refining facilities, announced today that the North Dakota Department of Health(â€œNDDoHâ€)â€“ Air Quality Division has issued the Permit to Construct(â
Bandshell series resumes Tuesday, June 12
The bandshell concerts are held Tuesdays at the Phil Patterson Memorial Bandshell located in Memorial Park, 801 Fifth Ave. W., Dickinson. All concerts begin at 7 p.m. and are free. Sponsors are secured by Dickinson Parks and Recreation.“We couldn’t do it without the sponsors,” said Alissa Karsky, pr
A little touch of God: Camp ReCreation offers camping experi...
“It’s an experience that changes people’s lives for both the campers as well as the counselors,” said Lisa Lawrence, program director.Camp ReCreation is a faith-based camp for campers with physical and mental disabilities. It promotes acceptance, friendship and caring. Sister Margil Renner and Sam
Knights Legion baseball start strong: Belfield-South Heart outscore...
Making their Expedition League debut on Friday, June 8, the Belfield-South Heart Post 144 Knights wasted little time putting runs on the scoreboard.
The hills are alive with the sound of construction: Land owner...
The plan for widening the Long X Bridge in Watford City was presented by North Dakota Department of Transportation Project Manager Matt Linneman before the Little Missouri Scenic River Commission on Tuesday, June 5, at the Ramada in Dickinson. He assured members and the public the construction won't
DSU wants presidential library foundation to rebuild lost rodeo...
Dickinson State University had to sacrifice its rodeo grounds to make way for what was going to be the Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library—but with the library gone now to Medora, what remains is an unkempt field, neglected logs and and a looming cost.
School resource officer disciplined for disorderly conduct
The school resource officer for the Stark County Sheriff's Department, Ron VanDoorne, was involved in a disorderly conduct incident May 27 at his residence, where Dickinson Police responded to a frantic phone call that said VanDoorne was in the house with a gun.
Small ball does the trick: Roughriders split twinbill with K...
Emphasizing small ball and capitalizing on Williston errors, the Dickinson American Legion baseball team gathered a 4-0 advantage in the first inning. The lead held as the Roughriders won 5-1, collecting their first victory of the summer on Thursday, June 7 at Dakota Community Bank & Trust Ballpark.
'Bike around the world'
Chasing a dream and raising money for charity as they do it, two women have headed east from England, picking up their bikes and cycling 'round the globe.
TR. library foundation will not be reimbursing spent money
Specifically, $2.2 million of a $12.5 million legislative appropriation has already been spent, and that money is not going to be returned to the state."We have spent much of that money on the elements of construction planning that would have to have been done no matter where this thing goes," Bruce