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TRINITY CATHOLIC SCHOOLS

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“They played a notch above us tonight and came out with confidence,” Breanna Sisson said.
After several months of rehearsing Trinity theater students will perform this audience favorite. It features hilarious scenes with witty dialogue, fantastic music and energetic choreography.
“There is an extra level of pressure added to these games because you are in this do or die, win or go home situation,” Breanna Sisson said.
“We pray for our teammates and keep God on our side because it helps us as a team,” Bella Kovash said.
During a regular meeting of the Dickinson City Commission on Tuesday, Mayor Scott Decker swore in several new members of the Dickinson Youth Commission.
Recently ordained priest Fr. Grant Dvorak of Bismarck will serve Trinity Catholic Schools as a high school teacher and chaplain. We spoke with Dvorak to learn more about what drew him to a life dedicated to serving God.

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"I love Trinity. I don’t want to leave. But I know that God has a greater good in mind and I’m really focused on that God has a greater plan for me," Father Kregg Hochhalter said.
Joe Jordan, a much-loved, long-time Trinity Catholic Schools custodian was honored in a dedication Wednesday to his years of service to the school.
Brooklyn Berger, a Trinity Catholic Schools senior, won the West Dakota Chevy Major Scholarship totaling $5,000. Berger has also been selected as the winner of the Sax Motor Co. $500 Scholarship through the Chamber Leadership Dickinson Program.

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