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Shift to daylight saving time comes with a few health risks
Waubun woman charged with abusing child
Truck carrying de-icer overturns on icy road
Logo Magic to offer hoodie proceeds for Trinity relief
Heitkamp asks postmaster general to address ND issues
Minnesota lawmaker seeks more state railroad oil safety oversight
Piping leak spills 275 barrels of oil in Divide Co.
EPA Chief: Energy rules won’t hobble business
U.S. modifies testing order on Bakken oil rail shipments
Proposed rules would track oilfield waste from ‘cradle to grave’
40 causes to receive $25K to help complete projects
Michael Stevenson named Choral Director of the Year
Baumgarten: Can we have some petahe?
Letter: Common Core State Standards are not ‘atrocity’
Letter: Turn those headlights on
Other views: Making significant progress on flaring
Quinn: Don’t worry about EPA power plant regulations?
George A. Frenzel
Hilda Keller Richards
Sharon Kay Clark
Dickinson native opens city’s first bagel bar
Johnson: What makes a good scholarship application?
Jackie Hope: USA! USA! USA!
Patrick Hope: A killer game with an evil, talking teddy bear
Our Town Business Briefs
Midgets clip Blue Jays: Dickinson High stays hot, shoots 60 percent to defeat Jamestown
Dickinson plays with pride as Braves win
Region 7 tourney changes venues
Fargo Oak Grove tops Linton-HMB
UND continues hot streak, blanks Broncos
Cleaning water throughout the world: Dickinson-based Medora Corp. continues to innovate with new units, expands across globe
Sculpting success: Oil boom helps Dickinson native’s welding business take off
Southwest ND wind development grows: Hettinger wind farm to boost MDU’s wind energy portfolio
BLM: taking the heat while making history: Drilling permits take up a lot of time for undersized Dickinson office
Welcome to the oilfield lumber yard: Steffes Corp. increases sales 400 percent in 4 years
November 15, 2009
Press Editorial: How to handle hospitality tax?
The Dickinson Convention and Visitors Bureau is a wealth of information, offers a cozy welcome to outsiders in its building, which is conveniently located off the interstate, and is essential to promoting the area -- helping bring in tourists, rallies, sporting events and business...
editorials / opinion
November 15, 2009 - 12:00am
September 17, 2009
Goverment says drilling policy caused confusion
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) -- The U.S. Bureau of Land Management frequently misinterpreted and violated a federal law that sought to expedite oil and gas drilling in the West, according to a Government Accountability Office report. The Energy Policy Act of 2005 laid out new circumstances...
news / oil
September 17, 2009 - 12:00am
August 15, 2009
Youth Bureau adds county
The Sunrise Youth Bureau in Dickinson has extended its reach of youth services in the region to McKenzie County, a move which could save money. The...
local / news
August 15, 2009 - 12:00am
April 21, 2009
United States Census Bureau workers have been knocking on doors all over North Dakota, including in Dickinson, for the last few days. The official census count is nearly a year away but workers are walking the streets with GPS computers to verify and update addresses. "It will...
April 21, 2009 - 10:58pm
March 31, 2009
Water from Dickinson reservoir released to help Heart River
If the Heart River seems to be running at a little faster clip over the next couple of days, there's a good reason for it. The U.S.
March 31, 2009 - 11:14pm
February 12, 2009
Marriage bureaus rebuff same-sex couples
NEW YORK (AP) -- Hundreds of same-sex couples seeking to wed were turned away from the city marriage bureau Thursday, part of a nationwide protest aimed at recent decisions restricting the right to marry to a man and a woman. Wearing signs that said "Just Not Married," the activists...
February 12, 2009 - 8:00am
January 25, 2009
Census workers hard to find in Western N.D.
Census workers are becoming harder to find, one United States Census Bureau official said. The U.S. Census Bureau requires North Dakota to have approximately 3,600 people in its applicant pool by the first week in April in order to have enough workers to help complete the 2010 census....
January 25, 2009 - 12:00am
June 30, 2008
N.D. Supreme court reinstates WSI chief's criminal charges.
BISMARCK--The state Supreme Court today reinstated felony criminal charges against former workers' compensation chief Charles "Sandy" Blunt. The court reversed a Bismarck district judge who dismissed the case following a preliminary hearing last August. Blunt had been charged with...
June 30, 2008 - 12:00am