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Recently ordained priest Fr. Grant Dvorak of Bismarck will serve Trinity Catholic Schools as a high school teacher and chaplain. We spoke with Dvorak to learn more about what drew him to a life dedicated to serving God.
Father-daughter daredevil team carries on family legacy at North Dakota State Fair
A replica of the Vietnam Memorial Wall will be in Dickinson from August 18 to 22, with an opening ceremony scheduled for Aug. 18. Two Stark County veterans share their thoughts on the importance of remembering the sacrifices of those who fought communism in Vietnam, and the beauty of the Stark County Veterans Memorial.
"This is my hobby and my passion,” said Jordan Simek.

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Dr. Krystal Mann has been practicing as an audiologist in Dickinson for 10 years, but until recently had never owned her own practice. In June, Mann launched the aptly named Krystal Clear Hearing Center. Learn more about her story, and the latest in hearing loss technology.
Young cowboys hopped on raging, bucking bulls July 28 at the Battle to Reno qualifier at Stark County Fair Grounds. The top three riders from each age division will have a chance to compete at the IMBA (International Miniature Bull Riders Association) World Finals in Reno, Nevada November 9.
National Night Out culminates annually on the first Tuesday in August. National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community. Dickinson Police Department personnel and Stark County Sheriff’s Office highlight the importance of community relations.
“The members and players are excited for it to be done. We are going to do our best to make it a beautiful golf course. Our goal is to make it the nicest golf course in western North Dakota,” says Kirby Robb, Pheasant Country Golf Course general manager.
This Saturday, lemonade stands once again dotted the landscape of Dickinson as young entrepreneurs celebrated the Mayoral proclaimed Lemonade Day.
“Everybody kind of looks down on a female...I try to prove them wrong, and so far, it’s been working for me,” says Brooke Bartholomew of Dickinson.

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Michaela Mitchell, a rising senior at Prairie Canyon Homeschool Academy, has been selected to attend American Legion Auxiliary Girls Nation in our nation's capital.
Trio Stakes Barrel Racing Association hosts jackpot with $1,456 in pay outs
The Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce’s Agriculture Committee hosts an evening centered on local produce and agriculture for a fourth successful year.

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