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The annual Dickinson Food Truck Rodeo will be hosted at an all new location this year, in conjunction with a Farmer’s Market and other foodie opportunities.
During a City Commission meeting on Tuesday, Mayor Scott Decker argued in favor of increasing the sales tax as part of a plan to provide property tax relief while boosting funding to various municipal projects.
Kevin A. Dvorak, 35, of Dickinson faces 26 felony charges and is being held on $100,000 bond for allegedly possessing child pornography. He is also accused of peering into a bedroom window to watch and record a child undress.
The Kind Hearts Project is hosting its signature event this Saturday, Sept. 24. The entire community is encouraged to attend, especially parents with young children.

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A late afternoon two-alarm fire was successfully extinguished in the vicinity of 1st Street West in Dickinson on Monday, according to the Dickinson Fire Department.
The New England theater group Rainy Butte Productions will perform its fall play, Aunt Maggity's Dark and Stormy Night, on September 30, October 1 and 7.
Dozens of area first responders joined Dickinson Middle School to celebrate Constitution Day and remember the victims of 9/11.
The City of Dickinson and Dustin Dassinger have reached an agreement in contractual negotiations related to the position of City Administrator. In a meeting on Friday, all parties approved the final contract.
Lt. Mike Hanel, with the Dickinson Police Department, notified Dickinson residents on Friday to the registration of two sex offenders in the community.
Dean Hatzenbuehler and Daniel Grainger were arrested Monday by state parole and probation officers.

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Dustin Dassinger previously a rejected contract offers of $140,000, and in an email to Mayor Scott Decker and Commissioner John Odermann provided his expectations for compensation.
Joseph Bullins, 23, appeared in Southwest District Court on Monday for a preliminary hearing on charges of attempted murder for his alleged admission to shooting his roommate in July.
The Dickinson Press has moved to a vibrant, modern office space in the downtown Renaissance District.

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