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Historic Slope County Courthouse dismantled
Dickinson to hosts politicians, activists
Koch Meadow Hills delayed: City, developer fail to reach agreement, but subdivision could be annexed 'fairly shortly'
Impact reaction: Leaders reach to oil poll before crude-heavy legislative session
Trooper on a bus event planned today
Nation & World
Bringing the South to Ray: Arkansas man opens ‘BBQ bus’ in small ND town
Truck spills 3,000 gallons of diesel fuel along 85
Sinking oil prices may curb U.S. output too slowly for Saudis
‘This is (Bakken) Life:’ CNN’s Ling documents women seizing Oil Patch opportunities
Spill reported near Watford City
Letter: Tuhy haters: Wake up and smell your defeat
Letter: Measure 5 is a proactive and necessary solution for our state
Letter: Proponents of Measure 5 full of misconceptions
Letter: ND deserves a secretary of state who knows it’s the 21st century
Letter: Out-of-state interests, lobbyists backing Measure 1 opponents
This one, Dad
'I'd rather walk': La Ray Ries overcame health issues and age to finish walking the Maah Daah Hey Trail and The Deuce while in his 80s
Solving a murder at St. Mary's convent: New England to present dinner theater
Getting excited about science: DHS robotics team ready for competition
Trinity team building robot for competition
Anna T. Walter
Shaina Larae (Zastoupil) Clingingsmith
Joe Newman Daniel, Jr.
In it for the long hauls
Journeying the Narrow Path
Rhoades: Plaid isn’t just for cowboys
Patrick Hope: Why is a raven like a video game?
From West Region to Juniors: Bobcats, Minotauros have rosters with familiar faces from North Dakota
Bison strong against 3-4 defense
UND gets healthy over bye week
Day-after reflection doesn’t ease Vikings’ pain over last-second loss
May 1, 2014
Bilingual Bakken: Safety instructors at NIT begin offering courses in Spanish
Diego Sanchez came to the U.S. from Colombia 22 years ago, knowing no English. He got by with jobs in construction, landscaping and painting. Back then, “if you had a hammer and tools, you could get a job,” he said. “Now, everything’s changed.” Today, Sanchez is a health...
Energy / Bakken
May 1, 2014 - 11:53pm
January 25, 2014
Regional dialects reflect history, culture
GRAND FORKS — English may be the dominant language spoken throughout the United States, but that doesn’t mean we all speak the same dialect. Each region of the country has many words and phrases of its own. For example, Joan Hall, editor of the Dictionary of American Regional...
news / north dakota
January 25, 2014 - 10:18pm
September 27, 2012
Letter: Tuesday edition a 'disgusting' read
"Could kind of," "that rare of," "They're like," "like, OK, whatever, and yeah," "I kind of," "We feel like," "had kind of," "to kind of," "the stuff like," "things like," "at this point," "at this point," "at this point." The above quotes read in two articles in the Sept. 25 Dickinson...
letters / opinion
September 27, 2012 - 12:00am
January 26, 2012
DSU, Chinese students hit language barrier: Five are asked to leave campus
Five Chinese students have been asked to leave Dickinson State University after test results showed their communication skills were inadequate, officials said Wednesday. "This is not the students' fault," DSU President D.C. Coston said.
January 26, 2012 - 12:00am
March 30, 2010
Letter: English still the accepted language
Kudos to the ladies who have recently written letters to the editor regarding the language issue. When our ancestors arrived here from Germany, Hungary, Russia, Poland, Italy, France, etc., they came with the understanding that if they were to live and work here, they needed to...
letters / opinion
March 30, 2010 - 12:00am
March 19, 2010
Letter: We came to America to be Americans
To my dismay, in recent years I have observed many a carton or instructional booklet that is listed in two languages. Never did I expect this issue to come face-to-face with me right here in Dickinson. Referencing article (need for bilingualism on the rise in Dickinson.) As a tribute,...
letters / opinion
March 19, 2010 - 12:00am
October 15, 2009
Don't let the dogs overdo it
Hunting season may bring in pheasants, but it also brings more injured dogs into area veterinarians. With hunting dogs' innate instinct to retrieve birds in any situation, lacerations, exhaustion and gun shot wounds can happen, but can be prevented. Dr. Kim Brummond, veterinarian...
October 15, 2009 - 12:00am