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Dan Pruett going to trial: Infant sexual abuse case set to fall on a Saturday
Dickinson reviews $215M for 2015 budget
Stark Co. to try again with 911 fee increase vote
Heitkamp: Postal Service breaking promise: Senator says agency failing to improve hours for rural offices
Abused Adult Resource Center to get $350,000 grant
Nation & World
Wind up in the air: U.S. House candidates Cramer, Sinner differ on tax credit
Pembina Corp. buys pipeline for Bakken
Dakota plains to build 3rd oil storage tank
Dayton: Railroads, oil firms must take some financial responsibility for rail safety
As rail jam persists, U.S. power plants rush to roads, rivers
Holten: A smile upside down
Letter: I don’t want to go bump-bump-bump
Letter: Omdahl mischaracterizes Measure 1 issues
Other Views: The State of Higher Education Board’s next big step
Why the bond election is being conducted
A lifetime of music: Roger Rettig's love of music has led him from England to Medora Musical stage
Roughrider Roundup raises funds for Heart Butte camp
Scouts recognize former Hebron Scout leaders
Zubke-McMurray plan September wedding
Tigirlily to perform Thursday at Alive@5
Chloe April Johnson
Arlen "Andy" Wingenbach
Lester G. Buckman
Grainger opens store without a building
Journeying the Narrow Path
Patrick Hope: A Link to the other game
Johnson: Back to school at DHS
Jackie Hope: Best time of the year
Booting away pressure: Despite playing with a torn Achilles, Reisenauer wins 66th annual Kevin Bergman Labor Day Classic
Minnesota battles back to force Game 3 with Mercury
North Dakota State not taking any breaks
Mauer powers Twins past O’s
October 23, 2010
Three run for two seats in Bowman County
There are two seats open at the roundtable used by the Bowman County Commission. Rick Seifert is challenging incumbents Kenneth Steiner and Lynn Brackel. Seifert, Scranton decided to challenge the incumbents "so we would have an election." Seifert grew up in Scranton and if elected...
October 23, 2010 - 12:00am
April 17, 2009
Not a typical coffee pot
A damaged and leaking package mailed to a Dickinson State University student contained more than 2 ounces of marijuana, said Lt. Rod Banyai from the Dickinson Police Department. "The mailroom called because it was leaking coffee grounds," Banyai said, adding the package arrived Thursday. He...
April 17, 2009 - 10:47pm
March 26, 2009
Road crew tries to keep up
Over the last few days, residents of Dickinson have dug themselves out of 2 feet of snow that fell Monday evening and Tuesday morning. While people have struggled to clear their sidewalks and driveways to get out of their homes, many have asked the question, 'what about my street?' Dickinson...
March 26, 2009 - 11:33pm
March 5, 2009
2 statues of ancient pharaoh found
CAIRO (AP) -- A team of Egyptian and European archaeologists has discovered two large statues of an ancient pharaoh who ruled Egypt some 3,400 years ago, the country's archaeology chief said Thursday. The two statues of Amenhotep III were found while the excavation team was clearing...
March 5, 2009 - 10:47am
2 bull elk found shot
DEERING (AP) -- Ward County authorities are investigating the shooting of two bull elk, worth an estimated $7,000, on an elk farm near Deering. Bob Cooper says he was watching the farm while the owner, Ken Herslip, was out of town. He says he found the elk dead Monday morning. Cooper...
March 5, 2009 - 6:33am
February 28, 2009
Woman with 2 wombs delivers twin daughters
MARQUETTE, Mich. (AP) -- A Michigan woman with two wombs has given birth to twin daughters -- one from each uterus. The Mining Journal and WLUC-TV report that Sarah Reinfelder's two healthy babies were delivered seven weeks premature Thursday by cesarean section at Marquette General...
February 28, 2009 - 5:38pm
February 20, 2009
Tanked soldier takes 2 joyrides
BERLIN (AP) -- Police say one joyride in a light tank wasn't enough for a Police in Celle say the 18-year-old stole a small light tank early Friday and rumbled out of his base toward nearby Bergen -- but drove off the road after 500 yards (meters). Undaunted, he walked back to his...
February 20, 2009 - 11:03am
May 2, 2008
N.D. rural electric co-ops plan $2 billion upgrades
FARGO -- North Dakota rural electric cooperatives plan to go on a spending spree, with planned investments approaching $2 billion over the next three years to upgrade transmission lines and emission controls. The investment figure, compiled by the North Dakota Association of Rural...
May 2, 2008 - 12:00am