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Dickinson mayor Dennis Johnson resigning at end of October
Man camp permit OK’d as $400 million fertilizer plant construction nears
N.D. taxable sales and purchases down 16 percent in second quarter compared with 2014
New domestic violence shelter sought
ND one of 11 states without a school shooting since Sandy Hook
crime and courts
nation and world
Bill to end oil export ban passes Senate committee, but doomed by amendment
Company agrees to added safety measure for proposed pipeline under Lake Sakakawea
Oil bust saps U.S. students' enthusiasm for petroleum degrees
Minnesota regulators place Sandpiper pipeline project on hold after court decision
Canadian synthetic and Bakken crude rise on Line 9 approval
Pumpkins in the Patch and lots of family fun
Baking a cake is a lot harder than you think
Kids growing pumpkins: St. Joseph's Youth Group sponsors Pumpkin Patch
Fall Gala: Games, auctions, food and fun
Wood-Leathermon to exchange vows
Minnesota Wild's Charlie Coyle claims switching positions no big deal
ESPN settles on Fargodome to air broadcast of "SportsCenter"
DSU Blue Hawks baseball finishes .500 in fall season
Dickinson High Midgets ranked, Trinity Titans receive vote in high school football poll
Omdahl: Why the teacher shortage is here to stay
Our View: End of an era in Dickinson as Johnson steps down
Letter: Industrial Commission shows leadership on flaring
Letter: Remember how Heitkamp voted on Iran deal
Veeder: Dreaming of baby and all she’ll be
George M. Morel
Clarence M. Kolling
James "Jim" E. Lutz
April 24, 2009
Reinventing the onion
Twenty years ago, when Regent native Gary Greff saw fresh diced garlic in grocery stores that could withstand months of refrigeration, he wondered to himself what it would take to do the same with onions. "People hate chopping onions. It gets old in the refrigerator and when it...
April 24, 2009 - 11:20pm
March 20, 2009
New officer joins Dickinson PD
After months of reorganization and working short-handed, the Dickinson Police Department is fully staffed again, with the addition of Nigel Sims....
March 20, 2009 - 10:59pm
March 5, 2009
Man gets 8 months for fertilizer theft
FARGO (AP) -- A man who admitted stealing more than $600,000 worth of fertilizer over a nine-year period has been sentenced to eight months in prison. U.S. District Judge Ralph Erickson says the prison term for 70-year-old Larry Schrader should be followed by eight months of home...
March 5, 2009 - 10:08am
February 26, 2009
Man could serve 6 months for boy's 1985 death
POTTSVILLE, Pa. (AP) -- A man might spend as little as six months in prison for the 1985 death of a 13-year-old Pennsylvania boy he believed stole his marijuana plants. Joseph Geiger, of Pottsville, pleaded guilty Thursday to involuntary manslaughter in the death of David Reed. The...
February 26, 2009 - 9:55am
February 24, 2009
Officials: U.S. to be out of Iraq in 19 months
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The United States plans to withdraw most of its troops from Iraq by August 2010, 19 months after President Barack Obama's inauguration, according to administration officials. The withdrawal plan would fulfill one of Obama's central campaign pledges, albeit a little...
February 24, 2009 - 2:28pm
February 2, 2009
Punxsutawney Phil: six weeks more of winter
The world's most famous groundhog saw his shadow Monday morning, predicting that this already long winter will last for six more weeks. Punxsutawney...
February 2, 2009 - 7:00am
February 29, 2008
Company suggests stretching high bills out over more months
BISMARCK -- Otter Tail Power Co. has an idea for smoothing out those huge electric bills many North Dakotans are getting this winter and wants the North Dakota Public Service Commission to OK it soon. The PSC will hold a work session this morning to consider Otter Tail's request...
February 29, 2008 - 12:00am