PHOTOS: Crowd gathers for 3rd Annual Fly-In/Drive-In

Dispite some early rain showers, the show went on   Nicole Nowitzki Dunn County Herald The 3rd annual Fly- In/Drive-In was held at the Dunn County Airport Weydahl Field in Killdeer on Saturday, June 17th. “The annual Fly-In was created…
The Finder for 6-21-17

View the online edition of The Finder for 6-21-17 here! Just click on the “Click to Read” button in the center of the image below to view.
Killdeer High School Rodeo Club competes at State

NDHSRA has an outstanding set of Competitors who will be representing our state at Nationals in Gillette Wyoming!!  Go Team ND!   Fayllen Fischer For the DCH   Bareback:  Champion: Ben Kramer Reserve: Tanner Berger 3rd: Colter France 4th: Jayden…
Killdeer students have fun while learning to drive

Most people can remember their driver’s education class, if you attended, but not very many are as fun as Killdeer’s class! Clayton Johnsen, the driver’s ed teacher, makes sure to fill the class with worthwhile activities. The first two days,…
FFA State Convention Awards

On June 5th, 17 members of the Killdeer FFA Chapter along with advisor Mr. David Leier, traveled to Fargo for the 88th ND State FFA Convention. It was a very successful and exciting week for the members. The week consisted…
Annual Kid’s Fishing Day at Lake Ilo

Annual Kid’s Fishing Day at Lake Ilo was presented by National Wildlife Refuge and many community partners. The day was filled with smiles, fun, fishing, food, and amazing donated prizes. Participant Marshal Thompson caught the first water fish. He would…
HIT is Back

Daniel Kerr has brought back the HIT (High Intensity Training) program to Killdeer for its third year. The HIT program is an off season strength and conditioning program for youth, middle school, and high school athletes. The design of the…
‘It’s not about basketball’

Ganon Baker, regarded as one of the premier basketball skills trainer in the world, came to Killdeer School for a three hour presentation. The audience was floored by his incredible talent and life lessons. Nicole Nowitzki Dunn County Herald He…
Story Time perfect fabric for youth…

May 17th, at Killdeer Story Time, the theme was Friendship. The craft of the day was to build two quilts. The children placed pre-cut squares and created hand print squares in order to complete two quilts. The quilts were displayed…
5th Graders take field-trip ‘to remember’ their entire lives

Recently, Killdeer Elementary School 5th grade teacher, Mrs. Ashlynn Helfrich, sat down with Mrs. Vettel, Mrs. Carlson, Mrs. Schettler to brainstorm ideas about wonderful childhood fieldtrips that children would always remember. They concluded that one of their fondest memories was…
AR Bash

“The AR Bash was created as a way to get kids interested and excited about reading. Kids set their own goals every month with their teacher. In order to come to the Bash, students have to make their goals each…
How to beat the healthcare odds in these undertain times

Concerns about healthcare are on the rise in the United States. A recent Gallup poll revealed that Americans list healthcare as tied for the nation’s No. 1 problem, right along with dissatisfaction with government. Each of those was named by…
11th Annual Concerts in the Garden slated

Tickets available on-line or at the Museum beginning June 5. Season ticket packet (6 tickets) + Patron Sponsorship: $105 Season ticket packet (6 tickets): $55 Individual Tickets: $10 NEW: Become a Sustaining Member and receive 6 free tickets. Tickets are…
Scholarship winners

Fourteen high school students from Killdeer were awarded scholarships from the Killdeer Area Dollars for Scholars, an affiliate chapter of Scholarship America. Dollars for Scholars is made up of community members and its purpose is to expand access to higher…
Annual Kid’s Fishing Day set at Lake Ilo National Wildlife Refuge

National Wildlife Refuges offer unique experiences for people to explore wildlife, habitat, and interact with nature, and Lake Ilo Refuge is no exception. The shady woodlands along the shoreline of Lake Ilo provide opportunities to observe many species of birds…
Local writers reflect on youth as spring blooms into summer

At the beginning of each calendar year, members of the literary nonprofit Dunn County Writers choose a theme for the group’s annual booklet. This year, the theme is “North Dakota Notebook: Life on the High Plains.” Monthly meetings provide writing…
Dickinson State to offer first master’s degree

Dickinson State University announced today approval from the Higher Learning Commission to offer a Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT). The MAT program is designed to prepare highly qualified midcareer professionals and recent graduates of higher education as teachers. The…