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Longtime Dickinson Parks and Recreation helmsman James Kramer closes the chapter on a lifetime of work that began at aged 13
Historic new developments were on the agenda of the Dickinson Park Board meeting on Mar. 26.
Friendship Park has reached nearly one-third of its fundraising goals, Sarah Carlson, park group president, reported to the Dickinson Park Board Monday. The effort hopes to create an inclusive playground designed with consideration to children wi...
A public forum Monday gave candidates on the June 12 ballot a chance to offer their insights on the challenges facing Dickinson. The forum, held at Dickinson City Hall and hosted by Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce, was attended by more than 30...
Friendship Park could have its groundbreaking in fall 2018 and open in 2019. At the Jan. 8 meeting of the Dickinson Park Board, there were no community objections toward the proposed $2.6 million park on Gum Avenue. "As far as the adjoining prope...
The Stark County Veterans Pavilion project is closing in on detailed financial planning, Dickinson Parks and Recreation Director James Kramer said Monday at a Park Board meeting.

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Dickinson's Patterson Lake has passed its first test to remove the blue-green algae warning placed by the state Department of Health in July. James Kramer, director of Dickinson Parks and Recreation, said three water quality tests have to be perf...
A few votes separated three candidates competing for two seats on the Dickinson Park Board on Tuesday. Newcomer KC Homiston was the leader of the pack with 1,845 votes and 34.19 percent of the vote. "It feels great to win," Homiston said. "I'm ex...
The outdoor pool at the West River Community Center drew more than 26,000 patrons throughout the summer. Matt Mack, facility operations manager for Dickinson Parks and Recreation, presented the data provided during a Park Board meeting Monday aft...

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