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February 14, 2016
Sherry Adams, director of the Southwestern District Health Unit, stands Tuesday outside the doors of the  old CHI St. Joseph’s Walk-In Clinic, where the health unit is moving. (Andrew Wernette/The Dickinson Press)
Southwestern District Health Unit moves, expands
February 14, 2016 - 2:23am
Jacob Krein edits photos for a client in JFK Studios located on Main Street in Hebron. (Linda Sailer/The Dickinson Press)
Dream becomes the real picture: Jacob Krein opens Hebron photography studio
February 14, 2016 - 2:00am
The new Richardton Nursing Home is expected be completed by May 1. (Sydney Mook/The Dickinson Press)play button
New Richardton Nursing Home on track to open its doors in May
February 14, 2016 - 1:56am
Dr. Kurt Icenogle is a visiting hand specialist for Sanford Health Dickinson Clinic. He will be coming to the health care facility twice a month.  (Kalsey Stults/The Dickinson Press)
New face for hands at Sanford: Visiting hand surgeon Dr. Kurt Icenogle making his rounds at Dickinson Clinic
February 14, 2016 - 1:30am
Dr. Kurt Icenogle is a visiting hand specialist for Sanford Health Dickinson Clinic. He will be coming to the health care facility twice a month.  (Kalsey Stults/The Dickinson Press)
New face for hands at Sanford: Visiting hand surgeon Dr. Kurt Icenogle making his rounds at Dickinson Clinic
February 14, 2016 - 1:30am
Richardton Mayor Frank Kirschenheiter said he’s proud that the city took advantage of energy-impact money to build its new, and much-needed, City Hall. (Jackie Hope/The Dickinson Press)play button
Richardton’s new City Hall building has many uses
February 14, 2016 - 1:25am
Thrifty White Market Manager Wayne Herrmann stands in front of his company’s new store in Dickinson. The new location will open for business for the first time tomorrow. (Andrew Haffner/The Dickinson Press)
The corner drugstore: Thrifty White to move into new Villard location tomorrow
February 14, 2016 - 1:00am
Lona Gordon, CHI St. Joseph’s Health director of food and nutrtion services, left, and Darcy Stafford, the hospital’s coordinator of food and nutrition services, stand inside Lefty’s, the hospital’s cafeteria and grill, on Feb. 2. (Dustin Monke/The Dickinson Press)
On the menu: St. Joseph’s nutrition specialists happy about changes that came with new hospital
February 14, 2016 - 12:50am
Trace Hauck owner of H.T. Auto & Sales is among those who have recently opened up businesses in Taylor. (Sydney Mook/The Dickinson Press)
Booming bedroom communities: Small towns near Dickinson offer a quieter and cheaper living for area residents
February 14, 2016 - 12:38am
February 7, 2016
Monke: The boom’s gone, and some southwest North Dakotans are OK with that
February 7, 2016 - 6:15am
Endeavor West Managing Director Kodee Gartner, left, and and business development specialist Ashley Lamphier stand in front of The Crossing, a new steakhouse and event facility under construction in northwest Dickinson. (Dustin Monke/The Dickinson Press)
‘Crossing’ into new territory: Oilfield entrepreneur enters restaurant business with new steakhouse
February 7, 2016 - 6:11am
Southwest Water Authority Manager and CEO Mary Massad stands in front of the construction site for SWA’s new water treatment facility being built in Dickinson off Broadway Street on Jan. 29. (Andrew Wernette/The Dickinson Press)
Getting into the flow of things: Authorities discuss Dickinson, southwest ND’s water projects
February 7, 2016 - 6:10am
Zach Mosbrucker, left, and his father, Kenny Mosbrucker, install flooring for a home on the northwest side of Dickinson. Mosbrucker’s company, Kenny’s Construction, is building the house with Legend Homes. (Andrew Haffner/The Dickinson Press)
Housing ‘plateau’: Dickinson real estate stabilizes as housing expansion slows
February 7, 2016 - 6:10am
Adam Isakson, an engineer in training, sits with Deon Stockert, the regional client program leader for AE2S, to review plans at the firm’s downtown Dickinson office on Feb 1. (Kalsey Stults/The Dickinson Press)
Downtown Dickinson not just for small businesses, National and regional operations plant roots in unlikely spot
February 7, 2016 - 6:05am
Jocute Boutique and Badlands Tools have moved into the former Dean’s Meat Market building at 355 First St. E in downtown Dickinson. (Jackie Hope/The Dickinson Press)
Distinctly different, yet oddly the same: 2 families open unique businesses in old Dean’s Meat Market building
February 7, 2016 - 6:04am
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