Jason O'Day

Jason R. O'Day

News Reporter

Jason O’Day is a University of Iowa graduate, with Bachelor’s Degrees in Journalism and Political Science. Before moving to Dickinson in September of 2021, he was a general news reporter at the Creston News Advertiser in rural southwest Iowa. He was born and raised in Davenport, Iowa. With a passion for the outdoors and his Catholic faith, he’s loving life on the Western Edge.

His primary areas of coverage include crime, court proceedings, education and all other matters within the City of Dickinson. O’Day can be reached at 701-456-1212 or joday@thedickinsonpress.com.

Languages: English

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Dickinson State University received a bomb threat on Friday morning, July 1.
During a regular Belfield City Council meeting on Tuesday, three new councilmen were sworn in. Their first order of business would be to deliberate on an ambulance merger with Billings County, and usage of fireworks within city limits.
Roughrider Days poultry and rabbit showing brought a decent turn-out for local 4-H kids who competed during the annual contest.
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Power of 100 Women's Dickinson chapter recently announced they will be splitting a donation of $20,000 between two local charities.
The North Dakota American Legion hosted its summer convention on Saturday in Dickinson. We spoke with organization leaders who highlighted what the group is working on.
The Badlands Classic Car Show in Medora returned for its second year on Saturday. One of the car's owners, Mark Fehr, of Dickinson, shared the story behind his 1969 Dodge Charger.
Myria, a black lab puppy, is Stark County's newest deputy. She will serve as an emotional support dog for area schools and other programs throughout the community.
Judge Robert Keogh, a Dickinson municipal court judge, has been serving his community for 40 years. Keogh was honored at City Hall in a ceremony and again during the regularly scheduled city commission meeting.