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Dorothy Kuntz cuts, curls and colors the hair of clients at her salon booth, Hair For All, in Dickinson. While the techniques are constant, it's the clients that keep her in the business. "It's the feeling of accomplishment," she said. "You're doing the same thing every day, but you're meeting different people. I know a little bit about a lot of things. You grow up with these people—you know their families, they know my family. We may not be social friends, but we know about each others' lives. That's what I like the most about it."
Dinner guests moved down the buffet line filling their plates with deep-fried turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, corn, salad and buns. The dinner marked the first meal served by the new Angel 37 Kitchen on Nov. 8 in the Queen of Peace community room. Launched by visionary Tana (Bosch) Johnson and a team of board members, it has similarities to a “soup kitchen,” but it’s more like a “community kitchen.”
Scranton native Kat Perkins will bring her music, stories from home, laughter and a love of Christmas to her upcoming concert at Bismarck. A finalist on The Voice Season 6,...
Dickinson High School cheerleaders dedicate countless hours of practice to their craft. They tumble, they dance, they cheer on their teams. But once every fall they are recognized for their hard work. When all the points were tabulated, Dickinson High School’s varsity cheerleaders emerged first in the cheer/dance (small varsity) division of the North Dakota Cheer Coach Association’s fall cheer competition at Fargo North High School on Nov. 12. The DHS varsity and junior varsity cheer teams both participated.
Residents of Dickinson and southwest North Dakota expect to see clean, clear water when they turn on the facet. It's never given a second thought, even when a storm is raging outside. A plentiful supply of filtered and chlorinated water is the responsibility of six full time and two-part time water treatment operators at Dickinson.
The New England Community Choir will fill St. Mary’s Catholic Church with the joyous sounds of Christmas when it presents a holiday concert on Friday through Sunday, Nov. 18-20. “Christmas in New England is presented by the community every three or four years. “The voices come from many backgrounds and they have a passion for music,” Director Conway Heupel said. Heupel, who is the music specialist at New England Public School, has rehearsed with the choir since August.
Entertainer and historian Lyndon Griffin, of Minneapolis, will explore little-known facts about the Battle of the Little Bighorn when Gen. George Armstrong Custer and his 7th Cavalry Regiment were defeated in combat during July 1866. No one will ever know for certain what happened during the last 90 minutes of the battle, he said during a phone conversation from Minnesota.
The Dickinson High School Drama Department will present its first play of the school year titled “The Curious Savage” with performances at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 20. The play asks -- who really is sane? Is it the sweet and kind patients living in a sanatorium or the greedy stepchildren who are considered the pillars of society?
Downtown Dickinson merchants will kick off the holiday season by illuminating their windows and trees as part of the Lighting Festival and Ladies Night Out on Friday, Nov. 11. Ladies...
South Heart artist Darice Taylor looks to nature for her inspiration to paint -- be it trees and flowers, a swan, dragonfly or a family of elephants. Her inspiration is transferred to the canvas as pallet knife oil paintings and mixed media/acrylic marbling pieces. Examples of both techniques have been entered into the upcoming Badlands Art Show starting Friday through next Sunday, Nov. 13, in Dickinson.