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Two workshops are being offered through LivingWorks, a partner organization of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, in the coming months.
The Dickinson community continues its decades long tradition of gathering supporting for families of children with life-threatening medical conditions. The annual Cabin Fever Benefit on February 12 marks the more than three decades of the successful program.
Inside Assumption Abbey in Richardton, North Dakota.
The late Brian Roth was recognized for his “vision, leadership and dedication which has enabled the Southwest Pipeline Project to provide water to the residents of southwestern North Dakota.”

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Grace and Jeromy Dailey, of Dickinson, held their son Heath Ian in their home Thursday afternoon, in awe and excitement of their recently welcomed miracle.
As cancer survivors, two local hunters share their story.
The annual Aubudon Society's annual Christmas bird count will be held at 8 a.m. Sunday at Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
The Dickinson Police Department would like to remind the public that the discharge of fireworks within city limits in Dickinson is unlawful. Winter parking will also be enforced throughout the rest of winter.
Southwest Water Authority CEO Mary Massad said Thursday was her last day with the organization, calling it a bittersweet moment.
In the final chapter of this three-part series, Todd Whitney explains how to calm down an angry beehive and why his honey is different from you'll find on most store shelves. We also examine the complex history of beekeeping.

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Following a detailed presentation by the Southwest Homeless Coalition, the City of Dickinson approved $25,000 in funding to launch a pilot project aimed at supporting a homeless shelter with the purpose of helping better serve southwest North Dakota's itinerant population. What does homelessness look like in southwestern North Dakota?
In part two of this three part series Whitney explained how he keeps his bees from freezing to death (the females at least). He also shares how he keeps thousands of bees healthy and producing to their full potential in the production of honey.
Todd Whitney has been a beekeeper for nine years, and for the past seven he's been doing it completely on his own. We went to Todd's Honey Farm in Richardton to learn more about what he does.

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