Faces of the Boom: Dickinson native proud of oil field business
NEW TOWN — Erin Wanner grew up in a family that owned an oil service company, but she never thought about the industry as a career option for herself....
Dickinson native interns for Rep. Kevin Cramer
Dickinson native Cory Pletan is a man who follows his dreams. In seventh grade, Pletan decided he wanted to go to Harvard University in Massachusetts....
'Crazy cat ladies': Dickinson family cares for feral cats; vets advocate spay/neuter program
Nikki Simonson and her daughters, Destiny Simonson, 13, and Daisy Dockter, 7, have been taking care of neighborhood stray cats at their north Dickinso...
Fathers far from home: Dads work in ND to stay connected while providing for families back home
WILLISTON - Jonathan Heaton’s four kids are old enough to understand that Dad has to be in North Dakota to pay the bills. Once when the truck driver w...
Taking floor as teammates: Moody, Schroeder, Schieno represent Dickinson for Team West
Ali Moody, Rachel Schroeder and Alyson Schieno were, at one time, all on the same traveling team....
A Dickinson man is dead and another is injured after a one-vehicle accident southeast of the city Saturday evening.RELATED CONTENT
BISMARCK — The number of homeless people is soaring as desperate job seekers flock to North Dakota to take advantage of the oil-wealthy state's abundant employment opportunities, the director of an advocacy group says.RELATED CONTENT
NEW TOWN — Erin Wanner grew up in a family that owned an oil service company, but she never thought about the industry as a career option for herself.RELATED CONTENT
GRAND FORKS - A bomb threat Saturday resulted in the evacuation of Walmart and Sam’s Club on 32nd Avenue South in Grand Forks, closing the businesses for about three hours.RELATED CONTENT
Dickinson native Cory Pletan is a man who follows his dreams. In seventh grade, Pletan decided he wanted to go to Harvard University in Massachusetts. So he did, but only after his fair share of hard work, planning and some determination.RELATED CONTENT
WILLISTON - Jonathan Heaton’s four kids are old enough to understand that Dad has to be in North Dakota to pay the bills. Once when the truck driver was home, his kids brought him their piggy banks to try to get him to stay in Utah.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO — Last summer, Angela Boser’s son Daniel was born shortly after her father’s funeral. “It was bittersweet because I know my dad really wanted to meet the baby,” the Fargo woman says.RELATED CONTENT
Nikki Simonson and her daughters, Destiny Simonson, 13, and Daisy Dockter, 7, have been taking care of neighborhood stray cats at their north Dickinson townhome. A few were tame, like an orange tabby they named Felix, and others were a bit wild, like a long-haired gray cat they named Patches.RELATED CONTENT
GRAND FORKS — Graduation rates have been at the center of discussions of how to improve the quality of North Dakota’s colleges and universities. But the numbers are not necessarily simple indicators of institutions’ success, according to University of North Dakota faculty and administrators.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO — Booze and bikes just don’t mix on North Dakota streets.RELATED CONTENT
GRAND FORKS — Four Grand Forks siblings accused of dealing methamphetamine may soon face federal charges, say defense attorneys representing them and their confederates.RELATED CONTENT
The public will see rodeo action from 100 years ago when the Dickinson Museum Center’s Joachim Museum presents its newest exhibit.RELATED CONTENT
Dickinson’s Sara Holm Anderson developed a fondness for hot chilies and a love of teaching when she taught English in Indonesia as a Fulbright scholar.RELATED CONTENT
The Phil Patterson Memorial Bandshell was renovated this spring to become, once again, the centerpiece for Dickinson’s Memorial Park.RELATED CONTENT
While relaxing on a lawn chair or blanket on the grass, audiences of the summer concert series at the bandshell will be treated to the music of vocalist and guitarist, Dalton James from Dickinson.RELATED CONTENT
The 36th annual Medora Car Show is expected to have more than 100 cars from various corners of the country.RELATED CONTENT
Ali Moody, Rachel Schroeder and Alyson Schieno were, at one time, all on the same traveling team.RELATED CONTENT
Bismarck’s Shawn Volk promised himself that if he didn’t get a feature win this season, then he was done racing all together.RELATED CONTENT
SPEARFISH, S.D. — Mike McChesney continues to make a statement in his first season with the Dickinson Roughriders American Legion baseball team.RELATED CONTENT
MILES CITY, Mont. — Butte High coach Arie Grey didn’t have much time — five days precisely — to install his up-tempo, spread-’em-out offense for the 20th annual Knights of Columbus Badlands Bowl.RELATED CONTENT
CHICAGO — These Boston Bruins are one resilient bunch.RELATED CONTENT