Family, farming and the National Guard: Former, current soldiers build a life together in Regent
REGENT - It was just another day at the farm in June 2005 when Jarin Schaible stopped loading up wheat to answer his cellphone. “It was a full-timer f...
Dickinson vet honors deceased vets
Four grave markers in the Dickinson Cemetery serve as memorials to veterans who were killed in action during World War II, though their remains were n...
Final bell for Adams school
ADAMS — Eli Johnson giggled Friday as Principal Barbara Kendall covered Superintendent Frank Schill’s hand with paint....
Williams County cracks down on crew camps where homicides occurred
WILLISTON — Oil field crew camps where two homicides and a stabbing have occurred need to beef up security or be forced to shut down, according to Wil...
SD couple spearhead effort to donate crops to countries in need
BRIDGEWATER, S.D. — In 2007, Kenton Hofer took a mission trip to Guatemala. While there, he helped build a house for an 82-year-old widow, who every a...
Top Dog in Bowman: Palczewski makes impact as a senior leader while preparing to defend 400 meter title
BOWMAN — From the moment Michael Palczewski ran a state-qualifying time in the 400-meter dash as a sophomore, Bowman County head coach Jon Jahner knew...
Underclassmen power Titans to state meet
Most track and field teams have veteran leadership to get them past regionals and to the Class B state meet today at the Bismarck Community Bowl....
BISMARCK — One year ago, the Dickinson Trinity boys track and field team ended the first day of the Class B state track and field meet with a win in the 3,200-meter relay.RELATED CONTENT
BISMARCK — Wyatt Kainz was nervous and jittery, but remained excited. He very well should be excited.RELATED CONTENT
JAMESTOWN — The Dickinson softball team went into the West Region Tournament at the Hillcrest Softball Complex as the No. 2 seed after finishing the regular season at 17-4RELATED CONTENT
MARION, Ind. — The Dickinson State track and field team claimed a pair of bronze medals Friday at the NAIA outdoor national championships.RELATED CONTENT
MANDAN — The fifth time is the charm?RELATED CONTENT
BISMARCK — The Dickinson High boys’ golf team took a trip to Riverwood Golf Course on Friday to compete in its last meet of the regular season.RELATED CONTENT
REGENT - It was just another day at the farm in June 2005 when Jarin Schaible stopped loading up wheat to answer his cellphone. “It was a full-timer from the unit who had called to say that there was a good chance that our unit would be deploying,” Jarin said. “My dad, who I farm with, was there and I told him what the phone call was about, and like any parent, dad hated to hear that and expected the worst.”RELATED CONTENT
Four grave markers in the Dickinson Cemetery serve as memorials to veterans who were killed in action during World War II, though their remains were never recovered. It’s their memory that counts to Vietnam veteran Brian Benesh, who has placed miniature American flags on their grave markers, as well as those of nearly 860 others for Memorial Day.RELATED CONTENT
If any bike enthusiasts out there see Wes Annable cruising around town on a hot-off-the-assembly-line green custom bagger motorcycle, they should know one thing. “I’m driving it now, but it’s for sale,” Annable said.RELATED CONTENT
Dickinson High School senior Mandy Marboe was announced Friday as the winner of the 2013 Congressional Art Competition winner for her piece titled “Determination.”RELATED CONTENT
WILLISTON — Oil field crew camps where two homicides and a stabbing have occurred need to beef up security or be forced to shut down, according to Williams County officials.RELATED CONTENT
BISMARCK — A Grand Forks Democratic state senator who is an attorney has been reprimanded and fined by North Dakota's Supreme Court for failing to adequately represent a client in a divorce-related case from 2007-2010.RELATED CONTENT
ADAMS — Eli Johnson giggled Friday as Principal Barbara Kendall covered Superintendent Frank Schill’s hand with paint.RELATED CONTENT
If Chicago is known as the “Windy City,” then North Dakota might as well be known as the “Windy State.”RELATED CONTENT
GRAND FORKS — International refugees resettled in Fargo, American Indians living in Bismarck and North Dakotans wrestling with effects of an oil boom and looking to boom-experienced Norway for sage advice — all are subjects to be tackled by some of the latest recipients of Bush Fellowships, given to people working to solve community problems.RELATED CONTENT
Any time you pull up next to a vehicle in the Fargo-Moorhead area with a golden retriever sitting next to the driver, it may be the one with the human body parts stashed in the car. Don’t worry — they’re not on their way from committing a crime. They may, however, be on their way toward solving one.RELATED CONTENT
BISMARCK -- Don Morton, a senior director with Microsoft Corp. in Fargo, said Thursday the country’s immigration laws are archaic and need to be reformed to meet the workforce demands of the state’s growing and high-tech industries.RELATED CONTENT
BRIDGEWATER, S.D. — In 2007, Kenton Hofer took a mission trip to Guatemala. While there, he helped build a house for an 82-year-old widow, who every afternoon would sit on a rock and shell corn, one ear at a time, so she could have supper.RELATED CONTENT