THIS WEEK’S CRIMINAL CASE FILINGS

New Criminal Case Filings: Fool Bull, Alonzo N. (DUI); Ford, Iesha R. (DUS); From, Tonya (Ingesting a controlled substance, non-marijuana); Ruffin, Shannon L. (DUS).   NOTE: As used herein, the term “DUI” denotes an accusation of Driving Under the Influence…
Memorial Day ceremony set for Dickinson State

Dickinson State University will host a Memorial Day ceremony for the community Monday, May 29, in Dorothy Stickney Auditorium in May Hall at 10 a.m. The special ceremony will include an address from Dr. Alan Fehr, former District 36 state…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 5-26-17

View the 5-26-17 Dunn County Herald E Edition here! Just click on the “Click to read” button in the center of the image below to view. Click Here for the E Editions Archive   Having trouble viewing? Try using Chrome…
New veterans memorial to be dedicated

This Memorial Day, the Dunn County Historical Society’s Museum Committee is hosting a dedication ceremony for the museum’s newly-unveiled veterans memorial. The ceremony will take place on Monday, May 29, at 11 a.m. MST. Leading the ceremony will be members…
It’s now legal to smoke marijuana in North Dakota … um, well, sort of

Senate Bill 2344, has been dubbed the Compassionate Care Act. Designed to sound (to most) like a compassionate way for the terminally ill to ease their suffering by ingesting, particularly smoking, marijuana. The constitutional amendment was drafted by marijuana aficionados…
Things To Come

A 3-on-3 basketball tournament to raise funds for three Killdeer High School players to travel to Australia this summer will be held May 21 at the Killdeer baseball diamonds. The tournament is open to youths in the third and eighth…
Sheriff’s office seeks community help for child-safety program

The Dunn County Sheriff’s Office is putting on a child-safety prevention and education program for children and adults. The department will be providing child-safety and  drug-prevention education material for children prescool and older as well as materials on Identity Theft,…
Seat belts major factor in auto accidents

The number one contributing factor of motor vehicle fatalities in North Dakota is not wearing a seat belt. To help combat that, fifty-two law enforcement agencies statewide will add extra patrols to participate in a nationwide Click It or Ticket…
Killdeer ambulance among  the busiest in the state

With EMS appreciate week celebrated next week, (May 21 – 27), a visit to the Killdeer Ambulance Service was a must. Being greeted with smiles, introductions, and coffee, we spoke about so many wonderful things that they were doing for…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 5-19-17

View the 5-19-17 Dunn County Herald E Edition here! Just click on the “Click to read” button in the center of the image below to view. Click Here for the E Editions Archive   Having trouble viewing? Try using Chrome…
Holiday honoring family matriarch around for more than 100 years

‘Hey, Mom … Happy Mother’s Day’ Mothers everyone will rejoice. So will the greeting-card companies, flower shops, and telephone providers. Though celebrated in pockets in previous years, Mother’s Day has been an official holiday since May 9, 1914, when President…
Killdeer elementary principal retires

Dietz among three who are retiring from Killdeer school With the school year coming to a close, it is time to recognize a few Killdeer Public School staff members. BY NICOLE NOWITZKI Carol Dietz, Sharon Neurohr, and Sonya Hartman were recognized…
390 cited in N.D. for distracted driving in April

A total of 390 citations were attributed to the added patrols. Of the total citations, 190 were issued for distracted driving, 58 for other traffic citations (i.e. disobeying traffic signals, equipment violations), 40 for speeding, and 24 for not wearing…
Reunion for Killdeer Class of ‘67 set for July

Classmates from the Killdeer High School Class of 1967 will gather in Killdeer July 2, 3, and 4, 2017 to celebrate their 50th class reunion. Those wishing for more information regarding registration can contact Sharon (Wenko) Dardis at sdardis@aol.com or…
Things to Come

A 3-on-3 basketball tournament to raise funds for three Killdeer High School players to travel to Australia this summer will be held May 21 at the Killdeer baseball diamonds. The tournament is open to youths in the third and eighth…
Consolidated awards  scholarships to students

Consolidated recently awarded $4500.00 in scholarships to area students. “Consolidated has over a 56 year history of supporting the communities we serve and our scholarship program is just one of the ways we are involved. We congratulate the winners that…
Giving HOSA a hand

The City of Dunn Center donated $1,000 to Killdeer students Celeste Musick, left and Kassidee Willis. Shasta Binek makes check the presentation to the two members of the Killdeer HOSA club, who qualified for the HOSA International Leadership Conference in…
HOSA blood drive nets 42 units

On May 8, HOSA sponsored the Killdeer Community Blood Drive. United Blood Services was able to collect 42 units of blood. This is the fourth event that has been hosted at the school. BY NICOLE NOWITZKI Senior Tommy Hall was…
Killdeer grad among those to graduate at Minot State

The long and winding road will come to an end today for Killdeer musician Tulsa Lundberg. Lundberg will be among the more than 695 undergraduate and graduate students who will be participating at Minot State University’s commencement exercises today in…
Lawmakers pass nearly half-dozen gun bills to protect N.D. citizens

The recent biennium prompted the Breakfast Posse to ask about the current state of open and concealed-carry laws in North Dakota. Well, it’s actually pretty simple. In the wake of nationwide violence, particularly, in public places at “protests”, our State…