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Here’s some of our top stories from Tuesday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Sign up for our email alerts. Richardton-Taylor to hold second forum before vote on new school
Richardton and Taylor residents will make a decision in June that could impact the education of almost 200 students in their combined school district for years to come. A $2 million bond referendum for a new Richardton-Taylor High School facility in Richardton will be put in front of the residents on June 28. The entire project will cost $12 million, with $10 million financed by the Bank of North Dakota. If the bond referendum passes, construction will begin in spring 2017 with completion by summer 2018. New England women’s prison stakeholders meet with legislators to discuss budget issues The state’s top prison official said a more strategic approach for North Dakota criminal justice might center less on boosting finances and more on reducing headcounts during a Monday meeting focused on the funding shortages at the state women’s prison in New England. Leann Bertsch, director of the North Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, said the state has “nothing to be proud of” in regards to its high female incarceration rate, which is sending an increasing number of female inmates through the Dakota Women’s Correctional and Rehabilitation Center in the small town about 25 miles south of Dickinson. Last of Williston’s notorious strip clubs closes [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2516594","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]Erica has two children. Quty has a small daughter, and Alix is raising a daughter as well. They support their kids by performing as exotic dancers, and in the process formed a secondary family in a place that’s gained - fairly or unfairly - one of the most notorious reputations in the Williston area. Now, though, as a result of city ordinances passed this year, the group that’s grown so close over the past five years is disbanding. DSU Heritage Foundation strategy committee reviews strategic plan A set of working structural basis statements for the Dickinson State University Heritage Foundation would make a formal pledge of support to the university. The Heritage Foundation’s strategy and planning committee met on Monday afternoon in the DSU Student Center to review a strategic plan for its development which contained the vision statement, value statement and mission statement that made up the structural basis. Dickinson business leader and mayoral candidate Rod Landblom worked with the committee to create the plan and presented its points after assuring board members the document was intended more to outline a process rather than to set a hard path. Midgets take two victories to stay in control of West Region [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2516591","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]In only her second varsity start of the season, Zoe Fath was worried if she could take the circle like the rest of Dickinson High’s starters. But as she became more comfortable, she became evidently more comfortable. The junior gave up just one earned run on six hits and three walks while striking out seven batters to lead the Midgets to a 10-3 win over Williston on Monday at the North Softball Complex. Fath also drove in three runs on two hits to help Dickinson to a 12-2 victory in the second game of a West Region doubleheader. Police Blotter: Woman arrested in Wal-Mart bathroom for huffing [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2516593","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]A 32-year-old Williston woman was arrested around 10 a.m. Thursday at Dickinson’s Wal-Mart after huffing air duster cans she had purchased in the women’s restroom, where she was found by other customers . She was charged with inhalation of volatile chemicals, a Class B misdemeanor.   Here’s some of our top stories from Tuesday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Sign up for our email alerts. Richardton-Taylor to hold second forum before vote on new school [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2516595","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]Richardton and Taylor residents will make a decision in June that could impact the education of almost 200 students in their combined school district for years to come. A $2 million bond referendum for a new Richardton-Taylor High School facility in Richardton will be put in front of the residents on June 28. The entire project will cost $12 million, with $10 million financed by the Bank of North Dakota. If the bond referendum passes, construction will begin in spring 2017 with completion by summer 2018. New England women’s prison stakeholders meet with legislators to discuss budget issues The state’s top prison official said a more strategic approach for North Dakota criminal justice might center less on boosting finances and more on reducing headcounts during a Monday meeting focused on the funding shortages at the state women’s prison in New England. Leann Bertsch, director of the North Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, said the state has “nothing to be proud of” in regards to its high female incarceration rate, which is sending an increasing number of female inmates through the Dakota Women’s Correctional and Rehabilitation Center in the small town about 25 miles south of Dickinson. Last of Williston’s notorious strip clubs closes
Erica has two children. Quty has a small daughter, and Alix is raising a daughter as well. They support their kids by performing as exotic dancers, and in the process formed a secondary family in a place that’s gained - fairly or unfairly - one of the most notorious reputations in the Williston area. Now, though, as a result of city ordinances passed this year, the group that’s grown so close over the past five years is disbanding. DSU Heritage Foundation strategy committee reviews strategic plan A set of working structural basis statements for the Dickinson State University Heritage Foundation would make a formal pledge of support to the university. The Heritage Foundation’s strategy and planning committee met on Monday afternoon in the DSU Student Center to review a strategic plan for its development which contained the vision statement, value statement and mission statement that made up the structural basis. Dickinson business leader and mayoral candidate Rod Landblom worked with the committee to create the plan and presented its points after assuring board members the document was intended more to outline a process rather than to set a hard path. Midgets take two victories to stay in control of West Region [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2516591","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]In only her second varsity start of the season, Zoe Fath was worried if she could take the circle like the rest of Dickinson High’s starters. But as she became more comfortable, she became evidently more comfortable. The junior gave up just one earned run on six hits and three walks while striking out seven batters to lead the Midgets to a 10-3 win over Williston on Monday at the North Softball Complex. Fath also drove in three runs on two hits to help Dickinson to a 12-2 victory in the second game of a West Region doubleheader. Police Blotter: Woman arrested in Wal-Mart bathroom for huffing [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2516593","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]A 32-year-old Williston woman was arrested around 10 a.m. Thursday at Dickinson’s Wal-Mart after huffing air duster cans she had purchased in the women’s restroom, where she was found by other customers . She was charged with inhalation of volatile chemicals, a Class B misdemeanor.   Here’s some of our top stories from Tuesday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Sign up for our email alerts. Richardton-Taylor to hold second forum before vote on new school [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2516595","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]Richardton and Taylor residents will make a decision in June that could impact the education of almost 200 students in their combined school district for years to come. A $2 million bond referendum for a new Richardton-Taylor High School facility in Richardton will be put in front of the residents on June 28. The entire project will cost $12 million, with $10 million financed by the Bank of North Dakota. If the bond referendum passes, construction will begin in spring 2017 with completion by summer 2018. New England women’s prison stakeholders meet with legislators to discuss budget issues The state’s top prison official said a more strategic approach for North Dakota criminal justice might center less on boosting finances and more on reducing headcounts during a Monday meeting focused on the funding shortages at the state women’s prison in New England. Leann Bertsch, director of the North Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, said the state has “nothing to be proud of” in regards to its high female incarceration rate, which is sending an increasing number of female inmates through the Dakota Women’s Correctional and Rehabilitation Center in the small town about 25 miles south of Dickinson. Last of Williston’s notorious strip clubs closes [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2516594","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]Erica has two children. Quty has a small daughter, and Alix is raising a daughter as well. They support their kids by performing as exotic dancers, and in the process formed a secondary family in a place that’s gained - fairly or unfairly - one of the most notorious reputations in the Williston area. Now, though, as a result of city ordinances passed this year, the group that’s grown so close over the past five years is disbanding. DSU Heritage Foundation strategy committee reviews strategic plan A set of working structural basis statements for the Dickinson State University Heritage Foundation would make a formal pledge of support to the university. The Heritage Foundation’s strategy and planning committee met on Monday afternoon in the DSU Student Center to review a strategic plan for its development which contained the vision statement, value statement and mission statement that made up the structural basis. Dickinson business leader and mayoral candidate Rod Landblom worked with the committee to create the plan and presented its points after assuring board members the document was intended more to outline a process rather than to set a hard path. Midgets take two victories to stay in control of West Region
In only her second varsity start of the season, Zoe Fath was worried if she could take the circle like the rest of Dickinson High’s starters. But as she became more comfortable, she became evidently more comfortable. The junior gave up just one earned run on six hits and three walks while striking out seven batters to lead the Midgets to a 10-3 win over Williston on Monday at the North Softball Complex. Fath also drove in three runs on two hits to help Dickinson to a 12-2 victory in the second game of a West Region doubleheader. Police Blotter: Woman arrested in Wal-Mart bathroom for huffing [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2516593","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]A 32-year-old Williston woman was arrested around 10 a.m. Thursday at Dickinson’s Wal-Mart after huffing air duster cans she had purchased in the women’s restroom, where she was found by other customers . She was charged with inhalation of volatile chemicals, a Class B misdemeanor.   Here’s some of our top stories from Tuesday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Sign up for our email alerts. Richardton-Taylor to hold second forum before vote on new school [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2516595","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]Richardton and Taylor residents will make a decision in June that could impact the education of almost 200 students in their combined school district for years to come. A $2 million bond referendum for a new Richardton-Taylor High School facility in Richardton will be put in front of the residents on June 28. The entire project will cost $12 million, with $10 million financed by the Bank of North Dakota. If the bond referendum passes, construction will begin in spring 2017 with completion by summer 2018. New England women’s prison stakeholders meet with legislators to discuss budget issues The state’s top prison official said a more strategic approach for North Dakota criminal justice might center less on boosting finances and more on reducing headcounts during a Monday meeting focused on the funding shortages at the state women’s prison in New England. Leann Bertsch, director of the North Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, said the state has “nothing to be proud of” in regards to its high female incarceration rate, which is sending an increasing number of female inmates through the Dakota Women’s Correctional and Rehabilitation Center in the small town about 25 miles south of Dickinson. Last of Williston’s notorious strip clubs closes [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2516594","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]Erica has two children. Quty has a small daughter, and Alix is raising a daughter as well. They support their kids by performing as exotic dancers, and in the process formed a secondary family in a place that’s gained - fairly or unfairly - one of the most notorious reputations in the Williston area. Now, though, as a result of city ordinances passed this year, the group that’s grown so close over the past five years is disbanding. DSU Heritage Foundation strategy committee reviews strategic plan A set of working structural basis statements for the Dickinson State University Heritage Foundation would make a formal pledge of support to the university. The Heritage Foundation’s strategy and planning committee met on Monday afternoon in the DSU Student Center to review a strategic plan for its development which contained the vision statement, value statement and mission statement that made up the structural basis. Dickinson business leader and mayoral candidate Rod Landblom worked with the committee to create the plan and presented its points after assuring board members the document was intended more to outline a process rather than to set a hard path. Midgets take two victories to stay in control of West Region [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2516591","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]In only her second varsity start of the season, Zoe Fath was worried if she could take the circle like the rest of Dickinson High’s starters. But as she became more comfortable, she became evidently more comfortable. The junior gave up just one earned run on six hits and three walks while striking out seven batters to lead the Midgets to a 10-3 win over Williston on Monday at the North Softball Complex. Fath also drove in three runs on two hits to help Dickinson to a 12-2 victory in the second game of a West Region doubleheader. Police Blotter: Woman arrested in Wal-Mart bathroom for huffing
A 32-year-old Williston woman was arrested around 10 a.m. Thursday at Dickinson’s Wal-Mart after huffing air duster cans she had purchased in the women’s restroom, where she was found by other customers . She was charged with inhalation of volatile chemicals, a Class B misdemeanor.   Here’s some of our top stories from Tuesday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Sign up for our email alerts.Richardton-Taylor to hold second forum before vote on new school
Richardton and Taylor residents will make a decision in June that could impact the education of almost 200 students in their combined school district for years to come.A $2 million bond referendum for a new Richardton-Taylor High School facility in Richardton will be put in front of the residents on June 28.The entire project will cost $12 million, with $10 million financed by the Bank of North Dakota. If the bond referendum passes, construction will begin in spring 2017 with completion by summer 2018.New England women’s prison stakeholders meet with legislators to discuss budget issuesThe state’s top prison official said a more strategic approach for North Dakota criminal justice might center less on boosting finances and more on reducing headcounts during a Monday meeting focused on the funding shortages at the state women’s prison in New England.Leann Bertsch, director of the North Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, said the state has “nothing to be proud of” in regards to its high female incarceration rate, which is sending an increasing number of female inmates through the Dakota Women’s Correctional and Rehabilitation Center in the small town about 25 miles south of Dickinson.Last of Williston’s notorious strip clubs closes[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2516594","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]Erica has two children. Quty has a small daughter, and Alix is raising a daughter as well.They support their kids by performing as exotic dancers, and in the process formed a secondary family in a place that’s gained - fairly or unfairly - one of the most notorious reputations in the Williston area.Now, though, as a result of city ordinances passed this year, the group that’s grown so close over the past five years is disbanding.DSU Heritage Foundation strategy committee reviews strategic planA set of working structural basis statements for the Dickinson State University Heritage Foundation would make a formal pledge of support to the university.The Heritage Foundation’s strategy and planning committee met on Monday afternoon in the DSU Student Center to review a strategic plan for its development which contained the vision statement, value statement and mission statement that made up the structural basis.Dickinson business leader and mayoral candidate Rod Landblom worked with the committee to create the plan and presented its points after assuring board members the document was intended more to outline a process rather than to set a hard path.Midgets take two victories to stay in control of West Region[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2516591","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]In only her second varsity start of the season, Zoe Fath was worried if she could take the circle like the rest of Dickinson High’s starters.But as she became more comfortable, she became evidently more comfortable.The junior gave up just one earned run on six hits and three walks while striking out seven batters to lead the Midgets to a 10-3 win over Williston on Monday at the North Softball Complex. Fath also drove in three runs on two hits to help Dickinson to a 12-2 victory in the second game of a West Region doubleheader.Police Blotter: Woman arrested in Wal-Mart bathroom for huffing[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2516593","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]A 32-year-old Williston woman was arrested around 10 a.m. Thursday at Dickinson’s Wal-Mart after huffing air duster cans she had purchased in the women’s restroom, where she was found by other customers . She was charged with inhalation of volatile chemicals, a Class B misdemeanor.  Here’s some of our top stories from Tuesday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Sign up for our email alerts.Richardton-Taylor to hold second forum before vote on new school[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2516595","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]Richardton and Taylor residents will make a decision in June that could impact the education of almost 200 students in their combined school district for years to come.A $2 million bond referendum for a new Richardton-Taylor High School facility in Richardton will be put in front of the residents on June 28.The entire project will cost $12 million, with $10 million financed by the Bank of North Dakota. If the bond referendum passes, construction will begin in spring 2017 with completion by summer 2018.New England women’s prison stakeholders meet with legislators to discuss budget issuesThe state’s top prison official said a more strategic approach for North Dakota criminal justice might center less on boosting finances and more on reducing headcounts during a Monday meeting focused on the funding shortages at the state women’s prison in New England.Leann Bertsch, director of the North Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, said the state has “nothing to be proud of” in regards to its high female incarceration rate, which is sending an increasing number of female inmates through the Dakota Women’s Correctional and Rehabilitation Center in the small town about 25 miles south of Dickinson.Last of Williston’s notorious strip clubs closes
Erica has two children. Quty has a small daughter, and Alix is raising a daughter as well.They support their kids by performing as exotic dancers, and in the process formed a secondary family in a place that’s gained - fairly or unfairly - one of the most notorious reputations in the Williston area.Now, though, as a result of city ordinances passed this year, the group that’s grown so close over the past five years is disbanding.DSU Heritage Foundation strategy committee reviews strategic planA set of working structural basis statements for the Dickinson State University Heritage Foundation would make a formal pledge of support to the university.The Heritage Foundation’s strategy and planning committee met on Monday afternoon in the DSU Student Center to review a strategic plan for its development which contained the vision statement, value statement and mission statement that made up the structural basis.Dickinson business leader and mayoral candidate Rod Landblom worked with the committee to create the plan and presented its points after assuring board members the document was intended more to outline a process rather than to set a hard path.Midgets take two victories to stay in control of West Region[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2516591","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]In only her second varsity start of the season, Zoe Fath was worried if she could take the circle like the rest of Dickinson High’s starters.But as she became more comfortable, she became evidently more comfortable.The junior gave up just one earned run on six hits and three walks while striking out seven batters to lead the Midgets to a 10-3 win over Williston on Monday at the North Softball Complex. Fath also drove in three runs on two hits to help Dickinson to a 12-2 victory in the second game of a West Region doubleheader.Police Blotter: Woman arrested in Wal-Mart bathroom for huffing[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2516593","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]A 32-year-old Williston woman was arrested around 10 a.m. Thursday at Dickinson’s Wal-Mart after huffing air duster cans she had purchased in the women’s restroom, where she was found by other customers . She was charged with inhalation of volatile chemicals, a Class B misdemeanor.  Here’s some of our top stories from Tuesday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Sign up for our email alerts.Richardton-Taylor to hold second forum before vote on new school[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2516595","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]Richardton and Taylor residents will make a decision in June that could impact the education of almost 200 students in their combined school district for years to come.A $2 million bond referendum for a new Richardton-Taylor High School facility in Richardton will be put in front of the residents on June 28.The entire project will cost $12 million, with $10 million financed by the Bank of North Dakota. If the bond referendum passes, construction will begin in spring 2017 with completion by summer 2018.New England women’s prison stakeholders meet with legislators to discuss budget issuesThe state’s top prison official said a more strategic approach for North Dakota criminal justice might center less on boosting finances and more on reducing headcounts during a Monday meeting focused on the funding shortages at the state women’s prison in New England.Leann Bertsch, director of the North Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, said the state has “nothing to be proud of” in regards to its high female incarceration rate, which is sending an increasing number of female inmates through the Dakota Women’s Correctional and Rehabilitation Center in the small town about 25 miles south of Dickinson.Last of Williston’s notorious strip clubs closes[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2516594","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]Erica has two children. Quty has a small daughter, and Alix is raising a daughter as well.They support their kids by performing as exotic dancers, and in the process formed a secondary family in a place that’s gained - fairly or unfairly - one of the most notorious reputations in the Williston area.Now, though, as a result of city ordinances passed this year, the group that’s grown so close over the past five years is disbanding.DSU Heritage Foundation strategy committee reviews strategic planA set of working structural basis statements for the Dickinson State University Heritage Foundation would make a formal pledge of support to the university.The Heritage Foundation’s strategy and planning committee met on Monday afternoon in the DSU Student Center to review a strategic plan for its development which contained the vision statement, value statement and mission statement that made up the structural basis.Dickinson business leader and mayoral candidate Rod Landblom worked with the committee to create the plan and presented its points after assuring board members the document was intended more to outline a process rather than to set a hard path.Midgets take two victories to stay in control of West Region
In only her second varsity start of the season, Zoe Fath was worried if she could take the circle like the rest of Dickinson High’s starters.But as she became more comfortable, she became evidently more comfortable.The junior gave up just one earned run on six hits and three walks while striking out seven batters to lead the Midgets to a 10-3 win over Williston on Monday at the North Softball Complex. Fath also drove in three runs on two hits to help Dickinson to a 12-2 victory in the second game of a West Region doubleheader.Police Blotter: Woman arrested in Wal-Mart bathroom for huffing[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2516593","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]A 32-year-old Williston woman was arrested around 10 a.m. Thursday at Dickinson’s Wal-Mart after huffing air duster cans she had purchased in the women’s restroom, where she was found by other customers . She was charged with inhalation of volatile chemicals, a Class B misdemeanor.  Here’s some of our top stories from Tuesday’s edition. It’s your Press Pass to some of the best stories we bring you every day. Want your Press Pass fast? Sign up for our email alerts.Richardton-Taylor to hold second forum before vote on new school[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2516595","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]Richardton and Taylor residents will make a decision in June that could impact the education of almost 200 students in their combined school district for years to come.A $2 million bond referendum for a new Richardton-Taylor High School facility in Richardton will be put in front of the residents on June 28.The entire project will cost $12 million, with $10 million financed by the Bank of North Dakota. If the bond referendum passes, construction will begin in spring 2017 with completion by summer 2018.New England women’s prison stakeholders meet with legislators to discuss budget issuesThe state’s top prison official said a more strategic approach for North Dakota criminal justice might center less on boosting finances and more on reducing headcounts during a Monday meeting focused on the funding shortages at the state women’s prison in New England.Leann Bertsch, director of the North Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, said the state has “nothing to be proud of” in regards to its high female incarceration rate, which is sending an increasing number of female inmates through the Dakota Women’s Correctional and Rehabilitation Center in the small town about 25 miles south of Dickinson.Last of Williston’s notorious strip clubs closes[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2516594","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]Erica has two children. Quty has a small daughter, and Alix is raising a daughter as well.They support their kids by performing as exotic dancers, and in the process formed a secondary family in a place that’s gained - fairly or unfairly - one of the most notorious reputations in the Williston area.Now, though, as a result of city ordinances passed this year, the group that’s grown so close over the past five years is disbanding.DSU Heritage Foundation strategy committee reviews strategic planA set of working structural basis statements for the Dickinson State University Heritage Foundation would make a formal pledge of support to the university.The Heritage Foundation’s strategy and planning committee met on Monday afternoon in the DSU Student Center to review a strategic plan for its development which contained the vision statement, value statement and mission statement that made up the structural basis.Dickinson business leader and mayoral candidate Rod Landblom worked with the committee to create the plan and presented its points after assuring board members the document was intended more to outline a process rather than to set a hard path.Midgets take two victories to stay in control of West Region[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_preview","fid":"2516591","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"180","title":"","width":"180"}}]]In only her second varsity start of the season, Zoe Fath was worried if she could take the circle like the rest of Dickinson High’s starters.But as she became more comfortable, she became evidently more comfortable.The junior gave up just one earned run on six hits and three walks while striking out seven batters to lead the Midgets to a 10-3 win over Williston on Monday at the North Softball Complex. Fath also drove in three runs on two hits to help Dickinson to a 12-2 victory in the second game of a West Region doubleheader.Police Blotter: Woman arrested in Wal-Mart bathroom for huffing
A 32-year-old Williston woman was arrested around 10 a.m. Thursday at Dickinson’s Wal-Mart after huffing air duster cans she had purchased in the women’s restroom, where she was found by other customers . She was charged with inhalation of volatile chemicals, a Class B misdemeanor.  

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