Ground was broken today on the new spot for the Killdeer Area Ambulance garage and crew quarters.
Dunn County Sheriff’s Department deputies on May 17 completed a successful drug raid in Dodge.
A Killdeer man was criminally charged Friday for taking indecent photographs of children.
Fourth grade students at Killdeer Elementary on Friday learned about various historical figures by becoming them.
It was a somber display May 8 at Killdeer High School.
Events around Dunn County.
Lake Ilo National Wildlife Refuge will host Kid’s Fishing Day June 1.
As part of President Barack Obama’s all-of-the-above strategy to continue to expand safe and responsible domestic energy production, a Bureau of Land Management (BLM) oil and gas lease auction last week netted $644,032 in revenues from the sale of 32…
Marching band students from Killdeer and nine other rural communities in North Dakota came together May 10 to form the Southwest Marching Band.
t was an early morning for spectators Sunday at the 49th annual Killdeer High School Rodeo, but it was a time dozens of cowboys and cowgirls were anticipating.
Interior releases updated draft rule for hydraulic fracturing on public and Indian lands for public comment
Tom Steffen from Cenex of Killdeer recently presented a check for $5,591 to Killdeer FFA chapter president Chance Lundberg as Part of Red Brand’s “Homegrown” Program.
A new fire emergency and burn ban for Dunn County that utilizes a new way of determining when burning is allowed was passed May 1 by the Dunn County Board of Commissioners.
The West Dunn Fire Department welcomed a new addition to its garage April 29 – a large, bright red fire truck that is “built for a quick attack.”
The question of whether dry conditions will continue into 2013 is on the minds of many ranchers.
To increase seat belt use, law enforcement agencies throughout the state will be conducting overtime enforcement of seat belt laws during a statewide Click It or Ticket campaign, which will run May 20, through June 2.
Briefs: Around Dunn County
Several Killdeer High School students are preparing their spurs and practicing their techniques as the annual Killdeer High School Rodeo begins Sunday.