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Josiah C. Cuellar

Josiah C. Cuellar graduated from Texas A&M San Antonio in 2018 specializing in digital media.

Cuellar was born in San Angelo, a small rural community in West Texas, known for its farming, ranching and beautiful Concho River. At the young age of 11, he moved to San Antonio Texas, a large cultural hub of nearly 2 million people.

One of his most memorable fondest memories was as a child he received a very inexpensive film loaded camera that he took with him on a road trip to California. He remembers the joy that filled his heart in viewing the developed pictures; the good ones, the bad ones, even the blurry ones recorded a time and event that allowed him to relive his experience.

Today, he has the honor and privilege to capture photographs for the world to see the beautiful reflection of Stark County communities and record the continued rich history of South Western North Dakota.

Cuellar is very grateful for the many changes that he has experienced in life, but none hold more meaning than the family and friends that have blessed him along his way.

jcuellar@thedickinsonpress.com

It was a tug-of-war for the lead down the stretch that wouldn’t be decided right until the final buzzer.
It was an entertaining win for Bowman County in their close contest against Stanley at the Class B Jamboree Day at Trinity High School.
As the basketball season treks on through the cold and arduous months, six Class B programs participated in the Dickinson Trinity Class B Jamboree Day on Saturday.
The Dickinson boys and girls basketball programs yielded two losses at home to Bismarck High Friday night.
Taking to the mats and keeping opponents on their backs led to a team win for Dickinson wrestling.
What looked to be a close fight between two sides that were equal on paper, would wind up with a 22-point loss for Dickinson.
The score line tells a story of a one sided affair, but Dickinson girl’s hockey team tenacity was an act in itself in the overwhelming defeat against Jamestown Saturday afternoon.
Both the Dickinson State Men’s and Women’s basketball programs can celebrate their first conference win this season after holding it down in Scott Gymnasium against Bellevue University Friday evening.
The Dickinson High wrestling team had their first home match Thursday night against Montana powerhouse Sidney/Fairview.
Twice this season the Wolves have come to Dickinson's home court and twice they are sent packing.