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Preacher in the Patch: Priest helps fulfill spiritual needs of a growing community
Environmentalists sue to stop crude-by-rail terminal
ND Bakken workers see hours cut as prices slump
Where do the rigs go? Oil companies look to store massive equipment
Ness: Eminent domain may be needed to reduce flaring
Monke: Getting a fan’s perspective on Super Bowl XLIX
Our View: Slowdown allows time to weigh environmental impacts
Omdahl: The real civics test for raising good citizens
Veeder: Sometimes it may only be the dreams we have in common
Letter: Teachers should speak up against Common Core
'Sgt. Reckless' author comes to Dickinson: Area native Art Sickler tended to hero horse following Korean War
Foundation awards grant to teach drumming
DCS Fine Arts Club to host Divine Wine and Dine event
Fellow Flowers running movement sponsors 'DCeclare It Day'
‘Welcome to Leith’ gets Sundance premiere: Film about town’s fight against white supremacists packs film festival theaters
Nathan A. Sims,
Steven Earl Parker
New paint jobs for Sherwin-Williams: ‘The better finish’ store moves to north Dickinson
Patrick Hope: A Link to the Past: The Hub
Journeying the Narrow Path
Jackie Hope: Who’s driving the Mystery Machine?
Hull: Shine your light!
Keeping watch: Social media impacts athletes’ lives on a daily basis
Oversen places 6th at Grand View Open
Seau, Bettis lead 2015 Hall of Fame class
Kudrna has quality return for Dickinson
Seattle: slayers of HOF QBs in SB
A new era for water reclamation: Dickinson facility built to serve the Oil Patch
Striving to be ‘best in class:’ In only a few years, The Fisher Group has grown Dickinson’s business community
Changing with the community: Mackoff Kellogg law firm adjusts to area’s changes in 126th year
Southwest ND towns to invest millions during 2015 construction projects
Westward expansion: City eyes adoption of new West Dickinson Area Plan
June 5, 2014
Barack Obama bound for Standing Rock: Reservation visit next week will be first by a president since 1999
President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama are headed to Cannon Ball on June 13 to visit the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation, the White House announced Thursday. Obama will be the first sitting president to visit Indian Country since 1999 when Bill Clinton went to the Pine...
news / north dakota
June 5, 2014 - 11:29pm
April 11, 2013
U.S. Attorney, victims advocate defend VAWA
GRAND FORKS -- A new federal law giving tribal courts limited jurisdiction in domestic violence cases involving non-Indians gives new hope to Indian women while safeguarding due process rights of the accused, according to U.S.
April 11, 2013 - 12:00am
April 7, 2013
Overcoming hurdles at Spirit Lake
SPIRIT LAKE NATION -- As health and social service professionals grappled over the past year with issues of child protection at Spirit Lake, they found a disturbing trend at Mercy Hospital in neighboring Devils Lake. "We were hearing about an alarming problem of Native women having...
news / north dakota
April 7, 2013 - 12:00am
December 9, 2012
Redressing a historic wrong; Native Americans to see settlement checks from feds
DUNSEITH -- In the dim bleakness of the dilapidated shelter he shares with two grown sons and several small "ankle-biter" dogs on the Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation, Jessie Cree, 57, listens intently as cousin Delvin Cree and another visitor talk money. A long-awaited major settlement...
local / news
December 9, 2012 - 12:00am
November 20, 2012
Victim of shooting was prominent New Town community member
NEW TOWN -- The woman who was killed here Sunday was president of her church council, served on many community boards and cut fabric squares for the quilting club, neighbors and friends said Monday. "Martha Johnson was probably one of the nicest people I ever knew," said Manda Patterson...
local / news
November 20, 2012 - 12:00am
July 18, 2012
Human trafficking added to list of crimes affecting Native Americans
FARGO -- Dusty J. Morsette recruited minors and young adults to be part of a gang on the Fort Berthold Reservation that he called the Black Disciples -- a group recently found to engage in human trafficking. He was convicted in April of using force and coercion to recruit a young...
news / north dakota
July 18, 2012 - 12:00am
April 11, 2012
Tribes, government agree to $1 billion settlement
YAKIMA, Wash. (AP) -- The federal government says it will pay more than $1 billion to settle a class-action lawsuit brought by American Indian tribes over mismanagement of trust lands. The settlement announced jointly by the Justice Department and the Interior Department resolves...
April 11, 2012 - 2:27pm
October 5, 2011
Search on for man who shot 3 on Mont. reservation
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) -- The search for an armed suspect in a triple shooting on the Crow Reservation spanned the southeast Montana countryside Wednesday as people were warned to stay inside for their safety, a Big Horn County commissioner said. Authorities were seeking Sheldon Bernard...
October 5, 2011 - 11:14am
August 6, 2011
ND tribe gets tough on improper oil waste disposal
NEW TOWN, N.D. (AP) -- The Three Affiliated Tribes is cracking down on improper waste disposal by oil companies on the Fort Berthold Reservation in western North Dakota. The tribe has implemented fines that start at a few thousand dollars and progress to a million dollars. Companies...
Energy / news / oil
August 6, 2011 - 10:30am