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James B. Miller, Jr.

Editor of The Dickinson Press

James B. Miller, Jr. is the Editor of The Dickinson Press. A 13-year combat veteran of the United States Marine Corps with multiple tours of duty in Afghanistan and Iraq, Miller's on-the-scene coverage of a fatal mass shooting at the church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, garnered him a nomination for the 2017 National Ancil Payne Award for Ethics in Journalism. A multiple-time North Dakota Newspaper Association Award winner, James strives to bring community-driven, professional and hyper-local focused news coverage of southwest North Dakota.

His field of coverage includes investigative projects and Stark County government.

Readers can reach Miller at 701-456-1206 or jmiller@thedickinsonpress.com.

Languages: English, French, Spanish and Modern Standard Arabic

"It’s a great way to learn a new culture and add a little spark to your daily routine while promoting international diplomacy at a local level," says Heidi Morlock.
The only conservation group in North America dedicated to restoring, improving and protecting mule deer will hire a habitat partnership coordinator for the Dakota Grasslands region.
New framework seeks to improve revenue for specialty crop farmers, who on average earn less than 14 cents of the food dollar. As marketplace variety declined over the past 50 years, more an more consolidation in the food system threatens rural farmers.
The long-billed curlew is historically important to North Dakota, Game and Fish Department conservation biologist Sandra Johnson said, noting that the bird was mentioned in Theodore Roosevelt’s personal journals.
In Stark County, many local elections went uncontested, leaving only a handful of contended races.
"Use of force incidents are rare, but much more often than not when they do occur law enforcement will become engaged with a suspect at close range in an attempt to gain a physical advantage and compliance," Stark County Sheriff Corey Lee said.
DICKINSON — A general-alarm fire beginning early Thursday afternoon witnessed Dickinson Fire Department’s two stations respond to 4th Avenue East and Summit Drive where a residential structure was engulfed in flames.
A repository of regional and natural history in Bowman invites Western Edge residents to visit the museum in a celebration of three decades of education and research.
The majority of gasoline in the U.S. already contains 10% ethanol, and the source of fuel continues to be a critical aspect of the economy of many Midwestern states — including a growing part of the North Dakota economy.
A poll of southwest North Dakota residents found that 33% of respondents said they had already cast their ballot for the 2022 primaries; 52% said they would be voting on election day in person; 7% said they don't vote; and 8% said they didn’t realize it was election year.