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Police: Man had been kidnapped, tortured by gang members for 4 days
Lawmakers question whether board tried to circumvent tuition cap with WSC fee increase
Heitkamp among 3 Senate Democrats to back Iran nuclear deal
Truck driver injured after driving off I-94 east of Dickinson
On Snapchat, opponents of Iran nuclear deal target Heikamp
crime and courts
nation and world
Presidential hopeful Rubio wants to lift 'outdated' oil export ban
PSC hearing set for proposed McKenzie County oil pipeline project
Dakota Resource Council questions timing on radioactive waste meeting
Big Rail's little cousins find boon in U.S. oil-by-rail bust
Dunn County oil well blowout taints Badlands, but damage limited
Patrick Hope: Die for me
Whats with all the retro '70s stuff this fall?
Outsmarting germs: How to protect kids from health threats
Peru trip offers chance to serve: Local volunteers build soccer field for shanty town
'Scoria Roads,' a memoir of living in 20 houses in 21 years
Robin McChesney scores ace at Pheasant Country Golf Course
Dickinson State's Zach Miller named NSAA golfer of the week
Area high school teams make football poll
Sentinel Butte's Champions Ride to appear on NBC
Letter: Planned Parenthood videos give inside look
Letter: Heitkamp’s mail plan would impact people who mail prisoners
Letter: Attacks on Planned Parenthood from those with an extreme agenda
Other Views: Will Wrigley’s affair hurt his career? Not much
Other Views: Bashing NCAA over UND nickname is dumb
Ryan S. Murphy
Linda M. (Neer) Rude
December 18, 2013
Overtime pay suit seeks class-action status
Schlumberger Ltd. is denying allegations from a former employee seeking class action on a lawsuit over overtime pay. Chris Elliott, of Clearwater County, Idaho, alleged the oilfield services company didn’t pay him and other plaintiffs overtime when they served as “manual laborers...
December 18, 2013 - 10:42pm
June 26, 2013
Dickinson officials debate best way to hire help
It will cost Dickinson an estimated $38,000 to hire the help it needs to oversee the construction of a public works building, a cost associated with contracting an employee of KLJ rather than hiring another city staff position. The city's engineering and planning departments share...
June 26, 2013 - 12:00am
December 22, 2012
DSU has drop in staff satisfaction: Results of survey show employees want training, leadership improvement
Dickinson State University has room for improvement, according to the results of a recent internal campus quality survey. The anonymous employee survey and subsequent report by Performance Horizons was completed and sent to DSU last month, according to the Wisconsin consulting firm....
December 22, 2012 - 12:00am
September 26, 2012
Good help can be hard to find in Dickinson area
The lure of the oil field and higher wages combined with a general lack of work ethic have caused staffing issues for several area businesses. Sanford's...
Energy / local / News / oil
September 26, 2012 - 12:00am
September 13, 2012
Limited help limits business: Excel Cleaners shutting down; owners cite employee retention challenges as cause
People in and around Dickinson will soon need to travel a much longer distance for their dry cleaning needs. After more than six decades in...
News / oil
September 13, 2012 - 12:00am
August 31, 2012
MBI plans training facility: Zoning Board approves land rezone near Belfield; some residents protest
Despite protests from residents, Stark County's Planning and Zoning Board on Thursday approved a request to rezone 78 acres of land from agricultural to industrial near Belfield, which is planned for purchase to construct a training and employee housing unit for Missouri Basin Inc....
News / oil
August 31, 2012 - 12:00am
June 6, 2012
Stark County, Dickinson partner for officer housing
Stark County and Dickinson will partner for licensed law enforcement in an area that is having trouble keeping and recruiting officers because of unaffordable and unavailable housing. The governments are seeking funds from a Law Enforcement Housing Pilot Program grant, which offers...
June 6, 2012 - 12:00am
March 20, 2008
Former WSI employee appeals firing
BISMARCK -- One of the Workforce Safety and Insurance employees fired after seeking whistle-blower protection has appealed to the agency's board for reinstatement. James Long, who had been chief of support services, was suspended in November and terminated March 12. "I hereby...
March 20, 2008 - 12:00am