The Press Staff
• A windshield was reported broken on a Caterpillar Skid Steer on Friday morning. Dickinson police said the equipment was parked near the American Legion baseball fields and estimated damage is $1,556. There are no suspects. • A 24-year-old Dickinson woman was arrested for driving under the influence and driving under suspension after she struck a parked car on the 1300 block of 15th Street West Friday night. • A 22-year-old Dickinson man was arrested for being in actual physical control of a vehicle around 11 p.m. Friday.
MAYVILLE — The Dickinson State football team jumped out to a 20-0 lead in the first quarter, but the pesky Mayville State Comets stuck around, at one point pulling within six points in the second half. Two consecutive touchdown drives for DSU in the fourth quarter finally put the game out reach, however, and the Blue Hawks wrapped up their conference schedule undefeated for the first time since 2008 with a 41-28 road win.
NEW ENGLAND — After escaping a tight first set by a score of 25-22, the sixth-seeded New England volleyball team settled in against 11th-seeded Richardton-Taylor to take the next two sets in a first round Region 7 tournament sweep on Friday. With the victory, New England moves on to play third-ranked Hazen on Monday in the quarterfinals at the Knights of Columbus Activities Center at Dickinson Trinity.
The Midgets traveled to Bismarck and dropped a three-set sweep decision to the Bismarck Demons Thursday. Dickinson remained competitive in sets one and two, dropping those by scores of 25-22 and 25-20, respectively, but were dropped easily in the third set, 25-9. In the loss, Lexi Jordheim led the Midgets with eight kills. Morgan Kainz had six and Mariah Mortensen finished with four. Lauren Jorda's 18 assists were a team high, and Sarah Dobitz had the top mark in digs with 14. Bismarck 3, Dickinson 0 B 25 25 25 — 1
The receivership hearing involving the state of North Dakota against the Dickinson State University Foundation will be pushed back to sometime in the late spring or early summer of 2017,...
The North Dakota High School Activities Association Board of Directors approved its football realignment plan for the 2017-18 season Wednesday, and it calls for Dickinson Trinity, along with six other schools, to leave Class 2A and drop to Class 1A starting next season. The Titans will join defending state champion Beulah (also dropping down from Class 2A) and Bowman County (coming up from 9-man) in what is currently Class 1A's Region 4.
BISMARCK—Butchered cattle and bison, and other dead and missing livestock have been reported near the site of the Dakota Access Pipeline protest camp, the North Dakota Stockmen's Association said late Saturday night. The NDSA and the Sioux County Sheriff's Department are working with other law enforcement agencies to investigate two cases near Cannon Ball, the association stated in a release.
WATFORD CITY — The Trinity Titans entered their matchup Thursday night against Watford City with the possibility of the playoffs on their mind. After a tied first quarter against the Wolves, the Titans helped their cause with a 21-point second quarter, and an eventual decisive 41-12 road victory — a win that all but guaranteed themselves a spot in the playoffs, according to head coach John Odermann.
MINOT — Dickinson’s Dustin Hausauer placed third in the second round of the saddle bronc riding at the Badlands Circuit Finals Rodeo on Friday. Hausauer recorded a ride of 81.5...
FARGO — Dickinson High volleyball went 0-3 on Friday at the Scheels Volleyball Invite, dropping a match 2-1 to Devils Lake with 2-0 decisions to Sioux Falls Lincoln and West...