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Our top stories from 2021

At The Dickinson Press, we are honored to share the unique and compelling local stories of our community and work hard to keep you informed. In 2021, we published more than 1,100 articles sharing the news and stories that matter to you. As we welcome a new year, let’s reflect on some of the top stories from 2021 that connected our community.

So chill: 8-year-old Dickinson girl opens ice cream truck

With the help of her parents, Averie Wood tapped into her entrepreneurial skills and opened the So Chill Treat Truck in Dickinson.

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‘Finally I could hear him breathing’: Dickinson teen performs CPR to save a life after rollover

17-year-old, Anika Sayler, puts her CPR training to use and saves a man’s life after a horrific rollover accident.

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DSU students demand resignation of university president, VPAA and dean

More than 300 students seek to ‘restore the integrity of Dickinson State University and its programming’ by demanding the resignation of university leaders.

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Beryl Novak has lived alone in his one-room deer shack for 44 years. That’s the way he likes it.

Since 1977 Beryl Novak has called the northern woods of Minnesota home. After purchasing 40 acres of land and moving a one-room shack to the site for deer hunting, Novak liked it so much he moved in for good.

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One giant leap: Dickinson clinches first-ever state championship

The Dickinson high school softball team defeats Bismarck to claim their first-ever state title in program history.

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