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Dickinson celebrates Schobinger and Michaelson in teary tribute
In 1981 Jim Hessler founded the Dickinson Police Department’s chaplaincy program, providing comfort to officers and civilians in times of tragedy. He’s been an asset to his community ever since.
About 80 volunteers visited Medora on Saturday to help refresh the wooden children’s park downtown — which stands as a symbol for the power of volunteerism in Medora.
Prairie Outpost Park has several fascinating buildings, including the South Heart train depot and a Scandinavian stabbur. We spoke with Dickinson Museum Director Bob Fuhrman to learn more about the renovation and the rich history behind these structures.

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DICKINSON — Graduation is a rite of passage at every university, but at Dickinson State University, commencement is truly a one-of-a-kind event. The quintessential university tradition that stretches back to when DSU's story began on June 24, 1918.
Richardton resident Josie Wicks has been named Outstanding Graduate in the NDSU School of Nursing at Sanford Health, Bismarck, Class of May 2022.
“... The connection that you make with your family around books with a positive activity or a positive experience, reading can provide that,” Rhinestone Rhonda said.
One Killdeer Public School second grader overcame his fear of loud sirens and is now helping the way in making sure his fellow Cowboys know how to safely exit the building in case of a fire.
Cat Wranglers Productions will serve up a slice of New York City this weekend, performing its rendition of the Neil Simon play "The Odd Couple: Female Version."
McDonald's franchise owner Mike Kelley, of Dickinson, was honored Thursday at his restaurant as the next recipient of the Stark County award program.

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Samantha Christopherson will deliver a presentation on suicide prevention on April 28 at CHI St. Alexius in Dickinson. We spoke with Christopherson to find out more.
KB Jewelers & Gift Shop in Hettinger has been serving the community for 45 years. We spoke with owners Kent and Kathleen Brackel to find out what's made them so successful.

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