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Farmers analyze new water rule: Does it go too far?
Man arrested for meth possession at traffic stop
Shooter rode with two to Wal-Mart
Defense says Knodel is protected from second trial
North Dakota State Bar Association lawsuit put on hold
crime and courts
nation and world
Iowa looks at archaeological testing along pipeline route
Long-in-making southern ND wind farm approved
Oil falls as dollar strengthens
Oil prices gain as firm demand outweighs dollar strength
Landowners wary of huge pipeline project: Hearings upcoming on $3.7 billion, 1,134-mile project
Honoring America's veterans: Memorial Day a time to remember a Vietnam War hero
Patrick Hope: U Canton touch this
Jackie Hope: Spring cleaning: One project inevitably leads to another
Service to country during wartime: Jim Fisher recalls tour of duty in Vietnam
Dance studio to present recital
Leier: Unloading, loading boats in the water
Dakota Recreation Report
Heart River's Joey Wagner wins Class B boys golf title
Forming a new tradition: Mickey uses Dickinson State philosophies as Dickinson High’s head coach
Mattson falls short, finishes runner-up
Holten: A new North Dakota hero
Letter: Applauding Heitkamp’s efforts to allow oil exports
Other Views: Bill aims to reduce sex trade
Jacobs: Veto messages show governor wields 2 tools
Omdahl: Reducing America’s dependent population
Andrew "Andy" Kostenko
October 1, 2014
Mackoff Kellogg to have 125th anniversary celebration today
The oldest law firm in North Dakota is celebrating its 125th year in business today with an open house at the Dickinson Museum Center. The open house runs from 5-7 p.m at the museum located at 188 W Museum Dr. The firm that would become known as Mackoff Kellogg was founded in October...
news / local
October 1, 2014 - 10:12pm
July 5, 2013
Dickinson happily celebrates Independence Day
Though the forms of celebration varied, it was clear Thursday that people in Dickinson were happy to observe America's birthday on a near perfect...
news / north dakota
July 5, 2013 - 12:00am
December 9, 2012
Medora gets dusting of snow for Cowboy Christmas and Mother Nature continues working on white
MEDORA -- Southwest North Dakota should see a white Christmas this year, even though the region's snow keeps melting away, according to the National Weather Service. Snow was beginning to fall again Saturday morning after a few flakes fell Friday night in Medora for the town's 17th...
local / news
December 9, 2012 - 12:00am
August 15, 2012
St. Joe's Hospital Centennial Celebration
Guests from the Holy Cross Sisters community, Merrill, Wis., from left, Russ Mancl, Sister Peggy Jackelen and Sister Celine Goessl go through the serving line during the St. Joseph's Hospital and Health Center Centennial Celebration on Tuesday at Prairie Outpost Park. Six sisters...
August 15, 2012 - 12:00am
June 5, 2010
Water pipeline project nears completion
After conception by a few area minds in the late '70s and about $31 million later, rural residents in southwest North Dakota can receive treated water as a section of the Southwest Pipeline Project nears completion. More than 940 residents near Medora, Beach, Sentinel Butte, Golva...
local / news / water
June 5, 2010 - 12:00am
June 19, 2008
Reeder is set for centennial celebration
DICKINSON - The town of Reeder is ready for a party. Two years of planning will come together this weekend when the small southwestern North Dakota community celebrates its 100th birthday with an all-school reunion and a plethora of other activities. "It's great, we've been working...
June 19, 2008 - 12:00am
April 16, 2008
Twenty-five years of Forever
Kick-started by two columns in Minnesota's St. Paul Pioneer Press in 1982, Pheasants Forever has since become a national conservation institution. Dennis Anderson, founder in principal of the group, inspired others to form Pheasants Forever with him while writing as the Outdoors...
April 16, 2008 - 12:00am