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Saved by streaming: The music industry's bright spot looks a lot like vinyl once did.
NASA announces contract for space station to orbit moon
Unlocking creativity: DHS students create escape rooms in Hagen
Jayme Closs kidnapper to be sentenced Friday
Pig-killing virus now 'endemic' in two regions of China, U.N. says
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Pig-killing virus now 'endemic' in two regions of China, U.N. says
Trump Administration to unveil new $16 billion aid package for American farmers hit in trade war
Most grass-fed beef labeled 'Product of U.S.A.' is imported
How impeachment would work
US opens probe of real estate brokerage industry
place a business brief
The U.S. becomes top oil producer globally -- The economic and educational cost of oil in the Bakken
Federal judge declares Trump's push to open up Arctic, Atlantic oceans to drilling illegal
Report: Unsafe levels of coal ash contamination found in North Dakota groundwater
New Energy presses on with ND cellulosic ethanol plant plans
Rob Port: Public Service Commission says North Dakotans can be charged for green energy policies in other states
'Put down that gun and pick up the phone': Group walking across North Dakota to raise awareness of PTSD and honor fallen veteran
'The Scoop': What parents and students need to know before going on a college tour
States and cities sue over health care rule
Lost Italian: Add festive flair to Memorial Day weekend with Old Glory M&M Cookie Bars
Vegan Cookbook Club: Cookbook author heals her health and heart
Giannis, Harden are unanimous All-NBA first-team picks
Final preparations: Dickinson High track and field tunes up for state meet
WDA tournament preview: Softball, baseball both No. 3 seeds, will face tough road to state
Minnesota United falls to Hertha Berlin in international friendly
Rain, poor field conditions postpone Twins series finale in Anaheim
McFeely: Game and Fish director says lowering Devils Lake shouldn't affect fishing
Bender: Governing America's genitalia
Port: Loophole in Measure 1 will let lobbyists serve on the ethics commission, and five have applied so far
Port: Xcel’s coal-free plan is politics not reality
Commentary: Farms are suffering from climate change and Trump's trade war. Here's how to help
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New Methodist church honors past, anticipates future
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May 15, 2019
WRCC celebrates 15th anniversary
West River Community Center celebrates its 15 year anniversary this week. The week of events began Tuesday, May 14, with a free admission day....
May 15, 2019 - 10:21am
May 13, 2019
With grain trader owing millions, ND Legislature moves regulation from PSC to Ag Department
BISMARCK — Last fall, state Rep.
May 13, 2019 - 7:00am
February 5, 2019
North Dakota lawmaker seeks to seal DUI records if offender stays out of trouble
BISMARCK — A North Dakota lawmaker wants to give DUI offenders who stay out of trouble better odds of getting a job. House Bill 1334, sponsored...
February 5, 2019 - 1:57pm
February 26, 2017
Dean Rummel dabbled in all sorts of positions in his 37 years with TMI
There is a long-standing joke among some of the administrative personnel at TMI Systems Corporation that the former president of the company...
February 26, 2017 - 4:08pm
December 1, 2016
Dickinson ordinance lays out rules for snowmobile use
Dickinson has an entire section of its city ordinance dedicated to the rules around operating snowmobiles. Snowmobiles may not be operated on...
December 1, 2016 - 8:09pm
November 20, 2015
Jackson begins as Dickinson mayor
Newly appointed Dickinson Mayor and City Commission President Gene Jackson describes himself as a consensus-seeker. While he acknowledges...
November 20, 2015 - 10:48pm
October 31, 2015
Johnson reflects on 15 years as Dickinson mayor
Dennis Johnson, Dickinson’s longest-sitting mayor, officially left office Saturday after a 15-year tenure that included a spree of expansion...
October 31, 2015 - 10:00pm
October 12, 2015
Letter: Dream completed, time to move on
Being born, raised and educated in the city of Dickinson and returning in 1995, I would like to express my heartfelt gratitude to the caring, loving and God-fearing citizens of this community. Thanks to the oil boom, federal-, state- and city-funded projects and outstanding investors,...
October 12, 2015 - 6:21pm
October 6, 2015
Dickinson mayor Dennis Johnson resigning at end of October
Dickinson's mayor of more than 15 years said he is resigning at the end of the month.
October 6, 2015 - 10:11am
Our View: End of an era in Dickinson as Johnson steps down
Like most, we were caught off guard by Dennis Johnson’s resignation as Dickinson City Commission president and mayor on Monday. It makes us realize just how much the city, state and country have changed since when he took office in July, 1, 2000. That summer, Bill Clinton was...
October 6, 2015 - 12:00am
September 21, 2015
Proposed Dickinson city ordinance could expand liquor license ownership
Dickinson liquor store owners came to a city commission meeting Monday night at City Hall to speak both for and against a proposed ordinance that would allow individual people or corporations to hold ownership interests in up to five liquor licenses at a time, an expansion away from...
September 21, 2015 - 10:08pm
July 20, 2015
City Commission narrows panhandling ordinance
The proposed panhandling ordinance passed its first reading at the Dickinson City Commission meeting Monday night at City Hall. Interim city...
July 20, 2015 - 11:46pm
June 13, 2015
Rwandan community remembers genocide
Solemn, hopeful prayer and the soft glow of candlelight filled the Elks Lodge on Saturday afternoon as a group of around 80 people marked the...
June 13, 2015 - 9:15pm
May 18, 2015
Academic gathering highlights Bakken region's social and economic trends
Subjects such as resident attitudes toward hydraulic fracking and the labor market impacts of energy boom-and-bust cycles were the focus of Dickinson State University's Bakken Researchers Convening, which began Monday at the Strom Center. Rob Grunewald, an economist for the Federal...
May 18, 2015 - 10:13pm
April 17, 2015
Valuations on the rise: Appraiser says city lots undervalued; residents claim numbers are too high
Residents and business owners from around the city expressed their concerns about an increase in assessed property values in front of the Dickinson...
April 17, 2015 - 9:49am