Ashley Koffler

Ashley Koffler

News Reporter

Ashley Koffler is a Killdeer, North Dakota native and Dickinson State University graduate, with a Bachelor’s Degree in writing, and minors in journalism and psychology. Formerly working in Community Affairs for Roosevelt Custer Regional Council for Development, Koffler's green thumb sees her often tending to her flower gardens and many house plants.

Koffler's husband and their three kids, dogs and cats keep her deeply rooted in Western North Dakota, as they love hiking the Badlands and participating in other outdoor activities. Like most North Dakotans, Summer is her favorite season though she loves the spooky season, scary movies, pumpkins and all things Halloween.

Her reporting focuses on Stark County and other rural municipality governments, community features, business and agriculture — among others.

Koffler can be reached at 701-456-1211 or akoffler@thedickinsonpress.com.

Languages: English

The Killdeer Safety Patrol and Dunn County Sheriff's Office teamed up to buy Christmas gifts for less fortunate children.
Stark Development Corporation is holding weekly drawings for shoppers who bring in receipts from local businesses.
MOTT, N.D. — Faith led Kyla and Corey L’Esperance to embark on an entrepreneurial journey when they launched Hope Homestead Bakery and Market.
Annual fundraiser invites Dickinson residents to compete for best outdoor holiday décor.
Communities across the Badlands are preparing for Christmas with celebrations galore.
At nearly a century of life under the brim of his old cap, John Jaeger continues to live out his passion for agriculture by farming with equipment from the 1940s and 1950s.
The organizers of Tuesday Night Lights earned a Healthy, Vibrant Community Award from Gov. Doug Burgum.
Since reopening under new ownership in May the bar & grill has offered two dining experiences and a saloon, with plans for future expansion.
The Stark County Park Board recently launched a funding campaign as plans for the facility move forward.
Hettinger County's new four-legged sheriff's deputy and her handler recently completed their training in Pennsylvania.