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ICYMI: Few rigs, lots of people, no circus
Police: Source of explosion-like sound heard Sunday in Dickinson remains unknown
AgweekTV: 53rd International Sugarbeet Institute returns to the Fargodome
Peak Wind Gusts
Update: Ember from burnt garbage started fire west of Dickinson
Manufacturers trying to find their niche in oil industry
Company seeks flaring exemptions: XTO Energy wants 140 wells excused from rule
Schlumberger: Prudence the new normal for U.S. oil
Hi-tech and Big Data offer hope to battered U.S. oil industry
Rig decline smallest in 3 months
Our View: Meth a real problem in western North Dakota
Omdahl: Volatility of oil, agriculture test biennial system
Veeder: At Farm and Fleet, I’m a woman who can do anything
Our View: Taxis look for guidance, ISIS targets military members
Brock: Voting should not be mandatory
#TBT: Early signs of the boom
AppSnap: TripIt alleviates (some) travel stress
Stolen memories: Local family has World War II memorabilia stolen during home invasion
Rural Manvel couple's outdoor birth experience focus of TV reality show
Patrick Hope: Covering the basics
Louise M. Wolf
Gerald "Jerry" Schmidt
Dorothy P. Ficek
Magdalena "Maggie" Miller
UND punches ticket to Frozen Four
Blue Hawks fall to Briar Cliff, Jamestown
Mercy rule for high school basketball proposed
Hawks sweep Saints: DSU racks up 29 total hits to top Presentation in doubleheader
Continuing a family tradition: Woroniecki family of rural Hebron has been raising cattle, caring for the land for more than a century
Tiny Taylor experiences growth
Growing steadily: Richardton undergoing big changes as oil’s sprawl drives development, growth
Envisioning the future: Hettinger Extension Center scientists try to determine what’s important to producers
Elevator evolution: Technology changing how elevators like Southwest Grain operate
February 28, 2015
High Plains Cultural Center serves community that built it
KILLDEER — Ken Roshau and Diana Wunderle are exactly the type of people for whom the High Plains Cultural Center was built. The two are executive director and assistant director of the new facility, respectfully. But more importantly, they’re members of the very community the...
February 28, 2015 - 10:53pm
February 15, 2015
Yoga takes off in Dickinson
It only took about 3,000 years, but yoga has finally made it to Dickinson. The ancient practice, which combines physical, spiritual and mental meditation, has taken off in popularity across the U.S. in recent years, and now boasts more followers than ever in the Dickinson area. In...
February 15, 2015 - 10:10am
Rink of dreams: West River Ice Center changing the way Dickinson skates
The Dickinson Recreation Center received a multimillion-dollar facelift, renovation and extension last year. With the finished product in place, the facility has a new name — the West River Ice Center. The extension to the former Dickinson Recreation Center includes another sheet...
February 15, 2015 - 1:26am
February 10, 2015
TRNP waives camping and entrance fees for weekend
MEDORA — The staff at Theodore Roosevelt National Park is honoring Presidents Day by waiving park fees during over the three-day holiday weekend. On Monday, the U.S. Park Service announced there would be no entrance or camping fees at the national park, named after the 26th president...
news / local
February 10, 2015 - 4:13pm
February 7, 2015
No snow? Time to skateboard!
Skateboarder Austin Markwardt, a Dickinson High School senior, does a kick flip Saturday afternoon at the West River Community Center skate park. Markwardt brought his own shovel to the park the past two days to clear snow from the concrete park so he could skate. (Press Photo by...
news / local
February 7, 2015 - 9:52pm
Breaking out the bicycle
Press Photo by Dustin Monke Five-year-old Talan Greenslit, left, rides his bicycle while being trailed by his parents, Jenna and Matt Greenslit and sister, Lucy, on Saturday afternoon outside of the West River Community Center.
news / local
February 7, 2015 - 9:50pm
January 9, 2015
State approves millions in Outdoor Heritage grants: Crooked Crane Trail awarded almost $1M
The North Dakota Industrial Commission has awarded millions of dollars to conservation projects across the state, including almost $1 million to help fund the construction of the revitalized Crooked Crane Trail.
news / local
January 9, 2015 - 11:14pm
August 4, 2014
Letter: Dickinson recreational opportunities need to broader appeal
As the hot summer temps stick around, one can’t think of a better way to spend a day than at Dickinson’s new outdoor “pool.” But where’s the pool? Where’s the diving board? Where’s the deep end? The new “pool” offers a maximum depth of 4 feet and appeals to a limited...
opinion / letters
August 4, 2014 - 6:15pm