A trapshooting competition with categories for both children and adults will begin Saturday morning at the Dickinson Trap Club. Blaine Dukart, the club's president, is also head coach of the Heart River Clay Crushers. He shared more on how their season went.
The Dickinson Fire Department responded to a report Monday morning of an Alaskan Husky that had fallen through the ice on Heart River near the 800 block of Broadway. With the help of Dickinson Fire Department and Dickinson Rural Fire Department, Jack was safely rescued and returned back to his owner.
Heart River came into Thursday's Class B Region 7 semifinal matchup knowing it was in for a tough battle against No. 3 Hettinger-Scranton. The second-seeded Cougars hoped to pull out the victory and play for the conference championship on Saturday, but saw that dream end on its home court with a 3-0 sweep loss to the Night Hawks.
FORT BERTHOLD, N.D. — In western North Dakota, on a nearly 1,000,000 acre tract of land, sits the Fort Berthold Reservation, where the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara tribes once united after devastating epidemics of smallpox.
Dickinson found itself waterlogged Thursday morning as snow- and icemelt filled the Heart River and Patterson Lake and flooded roads and a campground, a consequence of warming spring temperatures that are expected to remain for the near future.