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2 Gladstone residents killed in I-94 accident
The Dickinson Press
Growing teachers: DHS, DSU partnership aims to groom next generation of local educators
City raises concerns over 2015 budget
UND construction costs rise
Commission releases $100M for F-M diversion
Mississipi man injured after overturning semi hauling crude oil
Nation & World
Found something new to do in ND: Veteran trucker sees challenges of Oil Patch driving
Landowner issues surface at pipeline meeting
Frac water, oil spills in Mountrail County
No sunset for Lakeswind: Wind farm generating power, few complaints
Oil output up again but flaring percentage drops
Frazier: Finding peace amidst the chaos
Kris Fehr: Dickinson Public Schools continue to grow
D.C. Coston: Quality education has always prevailed at DSU
Letter: Some facts about the proposed pharmacy measure
Letter: There’s more to story between Dickinson School Board and Dickinson Education Association
The buzz about bees: Kyle and Lauren Michels are involved in honey production as a hobby
Changing lives through service in Paraguay: Allie Murphy plans second trip to Fiji
Dickinson High Royal Court
Speakers: Get smart on investment fraud
Marketing expert offers social media tips
Robert L. "Bob" Green, Jr.
Robert James Nelson
Mary P. Schmidt
Doing IT his way: California native starts Dickinson computer firm
Small Town Style: Transitional trends
Journeying the Narrow Path
Patrick Hope: It’s punishment time!
Jackie Hope: Yeast workers, arise!
Peterson cleared to play Sunday
Lantz shoots 94 to lead Dickinson
DSU rodeo team cleans up at first event
Trinity prepares to host No. 5 Minot Ryan
February 2, 2013
Wage claims filed against Dickinson company
Four employees who recently left their positions at a Dickinson safety company have filed wage grievances with the North Dakota Department of Labor. The wage claims were finalized with the DOL Friday. The parties at odds have the opportunity to work out a settlement before further...
February 2, 2013 - 12:00am
October 26, 2009
Iceland says goodbye to the Big Mac
REYKJAVIK, Iceland (AP) -- The Big Mac, long a symbol of globalization, has become the latest victim of this tiny island nation's overexposure to the world financial crisis. Iceland's three McDonald's restaurants -- all in the capital Reykjavik -- will close next weekend, as the...
October 26, 2009 - 5:11pm
August 5, 2009
Press welcomes Davis
The Dickinson Press has named Bess Davis, 22, of Billings, Mont., as its copy editor/assistant editor. She joined the staff on Monday. Davis' position will include editing and designing the newspaper. When applying for job, the size of the newspaper appealed to her. "I worked at...
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August 5, 2009 - 12:00am
March 4, 2009
Big rig full of light bulbs hijacked
WHITTIER, Calif. (AP) -- The California Highway Patrol says three men hijacked a truck hauling energy-efficient light bulbs and left the driver tied up on the side of the road. CHP Officer Joe Zizi says the hijacking happened early Wednesday in Whittier, about 25 miles southeast...
March 4, 2009 - 11:23am
February 25, 2009
Ice fishing contest ends with big switch
SOMERSET, Wis. (AP) -- Lee Shehow had a whopper of a fish tale. Shehow, of New Richmond, claimed to have won Saturday's ice fishing contest on Bass Lake in Somerset after pulling up a northern pike weighing 2.42 pounds. TV cameras were rolling when he was asked what he would do...
February 25, 2009 - 8:43am
June 28, 2008
Editorial - Delegation deserves a big thank you
All of southwestern North Dakota should send a sincere message of gratitude and thanks to our state's congressional delegation as it continues to work diligently in search of workable solutions to the serious health care challenges in our region, and the state as a whole. Sen. Kent...
June 28, 2008 - 12:00am
May 24, 2008
N.D. PSC won't delay its Big Stone case
BISMARCK -- The North Dakota Public Service Commission will not put its proceedings on the proposed Big Stone II power plant on hold, it decided Friday. Opponents from Plains Justice, headquartered in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, asked the PSC to suspend the North Dakota process known as...
May 24, 2008 - 12:00am
April 26, 2008
Conrad: Farm bill crosses big hurdle
GRAND FORKS -- U.S. Senate and House negotiators reached a tentative agreement on funding sources for the 2008 farm bill late Friday, which could soon send the five-year bill to President Bush. Sen. Kent Conrad, D-N.D., said the $280 billion bill enjoyed "enthusiastic bipartisan...
April 26, 2008 - 12:00am
April 12, 2008
Snow is not expected to have big effect on flooding
FARGO -- Another round of April snow that socked areas south and east of Fargo-Moorhead on Friday is not expected to cause significant flooding when it melts and runs off into the Red River and its tributaries, a National Weather Service meteorologist said. Fairmount, about 60 miles...
April 12, 2008 - 12:00am