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Hundreds of people turned out to the Dickinson Expo on Saturday. The Dickinson Press-sponsored event featured exhibitors, presentations and a performance by the Medora Musical’s Burning Hills Singers from multiple area and state vendors.
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New Rockford Transcript General Manager Amy Wobbema, left, holds up the Aug. 24 edition of the paper as Craig Voigt looks on.
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Monica Hilton and Rachel Hellman laugh prior to the Glow Run 5K on Friday night in the Biesiot Activities Center parking lot in Dickinson.
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Four former and current North Dakota District 37 senators, from left, retired Sen. Bill Goetz, retired Sen. Jack Olin current Senate Majority Leader Rich Wardner and retired Sen. Howard Freed, browse through a box of legislative memorabilia Friday at Hawks Point in Dickinson. The gathering was an opportunity to renew friendships and to talk about common experiences. (Press Photo by Linda Sailer )
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Inside The Dickinson Press

Press Graphic by Kalsey Stults 
It costs Dickinson Public Schools $9,303.79 to educate one student. This graphic explains how that money is broken down and where it goes.

Dickinson’s public school system has the lowest cost per student expenses of any of the state’s major cities.
The Dickinson Public School District spent an average of $9,303.79 per ...

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