Shaving for Logan's Locks: Friends show support in battle with cancer
Dickinson High School freshman Logan Kostelecky figured some of his friends and a few others would show up to a head-shaving event in support of his b...
Dust in the wind: Southwest ND counties at work to contain irritant
In 1978, Kansas sang “all we are is dust in the wind.” For residents of southwestern North Dakota in 2013 caught in a dust storm on a windy day, that ...
ND air quality receives 'A' grade
The Peace Garden State continues to receive high marks for air quality, despite dust issues plaguing the western part of the state. “North Dakota is o...
Faces of the Boom: Safely to school we go
WILLISTON — Tana Turcotte has figured out a way she can make sure her kids get safely to school in the Oil Patch. She volunteered to drive the school ...
The Dickinson High girls tennis team hasn't had a player earn a spot in the North Dakota state tennis tournament since 2009....
Dickinson High School freshman Logan Kostelecky figured some of his friends and a few others would show up to a head-shaving event in support of his battle with cancer Monday night.RELATED CONTENT
Parents of an infant who died less than two years ago with illegal drugs in its system pleaded not guilty to child abuse charges Monday at a preliminary hearing in Southwest District Court in Dickinson.RELATED CONTENT
Hooking up to Dickinson’s water and sewer system has been a major hurdle for Chris Fitterer, a partner of New England-based GTC LLP, and his plans to build a fueling station in north Dickinson at the corner of Highway 22 and 40th Street.RELATED CONTENT
The building boom brought on by the oil boom has brought many new companies to North Dakota. Coming to Dickinson and Williston made North Dakota the 48th state to host Consolidated Electrical Distributors — neither South Dakota or Minnesota have had the honors.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO — The day after she was grilled at a legislative committee hearing about perceived efforts to discredit North Dakota’s higher education chancellor, a member of the board overseeing the system sent an email critical of how her board and staff responded.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO — Federal lawyers concede that thousands of dollars of campaign donations from coal-mining interests to members of the North Dakota Public Service Commission “risk creating an appearance of impropriety.”RELATED CONTENT
GRAND FORKS — Despite grumbling from some conservative Republicans, Sen. Ray Holmberg, R-Grand Forks, said he didn’t seek the chairmanship of the Legislative Management Committee, which acts for the North Dakota Legislature between sessions, to deny the post to House Majority Leader Al Carlson.RELATED CONTENT
GRAND FORKS — A year before faculty at the University of North Dakota’s College of Nursing and Professional Disciplines raised concerns about the “climate of fear” created by Dean Denise Korniewicz, some school employees told university investigators that they feared the dean’s administrative officer, a close friend of the dean who lived with her at the time, according to documents obtained by the Grand Forks Herald.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO — A smartphone app for sending photos that disappear within seconds is causing concern for area police who work in schools. “It’s just a nightmare — there’s always something new,” said Discovery Middle School Resource Officer Kim Claus.RELATED CONTENT
MOORHEAD, Minn. — Celeste Carlson started scouting houses here months before she and her partner of six-plus years knew for sure their marriage would become legal in Minnesota.RELATED CONTENT
MOORHEAD, Minn. — The Rev. Mark Asleson knows it’s just a matter of time before a gay or lesbian couple in his congregation asks if he’ll marry them at his parish, Dilworth Lutheran Church.RELATED CONTENT
The Dickinson High girls tennis team hasn't had a player earn a spot in the North Dakota state tennis tournament since 2009.RELATED CONTENT
Progress has been the name of the game for Dickinson High senior Colbie Wanner for the last four track and field seasons.RELATED CONTENT
BISMARCK — Despite the cold, rainy and bluster day, the golf teams from the West Region had a strong showing at Tom O’Leary Golf Course.RELATED CONTENT
GRAND FORKS — The National Collegiate Hockey Conference could be losing its commissioner before the league ever begins play.RELATED CONTENT