What you need to know about Alzheimer’s disease

There are currently 5.5 million people across the United States living with Alzheimer’s disease. It is the third leading cause of death in North Dakota and second leading cause of death for the country. By Zak Wellerman According to the…
Assisting Greatness: Volleyball player makes 1,000 assist career

If you’ve been following the Killdeer Varsity Volleyball team this season, you are not surprised that they are going to be playing in the Regional Tournament this week. This team is overflowing with incredible talent, and there has been another…
Killdeer volleyball ends record-setting season

  Killdeer Varsity Volleyball was riveting this year! The girls were strong, they had excellent teamwork, and incredible talent. If you were unable to attend, you missed some edge of your seat action, intense plays, and unbelievable performances from these…
Killdeer Drama to host second dinner theatre

On Nov. 19, the Killdeer High School Drama will host their second annual dinner theatre at 6 p.m. Mountain. The One Act Play will present, “Skid Marks: A Play About Driving”. By Nicole Nowitzki They will be serving a supper…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 11-10-17

View the 11-10-17 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…
Killdeer holds spooky celebrations

This Hallowen, several community events were put together for young ghouls and goblins to celebrate the candy coated holiday. The Killdeer Ambulance Services gave out candy, glowsticks, drinks and balloons. The kids also got to meet with police officers and…
FFA members attend 90th National FFA Convention

Six members of the Killdeer FFA Chapter traveled to Indianapolis Indiana for the 90th National FFA Convention and Expo. On the trip down, members had the opportunity to tour Target Field in Minneapolis, MN. By: David Leier Not only is…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 11-3-17

View the 11-3-17 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…
Submit veterans photos for publication

  In honor of Veterans Day, we would look to honor those who have served in our November 10 newspaper. Please send in photos, names and other important details to dcherald@countrymedia.net if you would like showcase a veteran in the…
With winter coming, be smart, be prepared

You should…Get a Kit…Make a Plan…and Be Informed. Keep a high level of situational awareness by listening to the forecast every day, multiple times a day during changing or threatening weather. When snow, sleet, or freezing rain is in the…
Dunn County brings back Ladies’ Ag Night

Dunn County has not had a Woman’s Ag Night for the past few years and we decided it was time to host one again!  We changed it up and decided to call it Ladies Ag Night. We decided that we…
New reporter welcomed

Zak Wellerman, recently joined the staff of the Dunn County Herald. He said he’s looking forward to experiencing everything Killdeer and North Dakota and the surrounding areas have to offer – even the snow. “Since I accepted the job with…
Digging into the Record Books

Recently, Elissa Steffan achieved an amazing 1,000 digs during her Varsity Volleyball home game at Killdeer High School. After catching up with her, she explained, “A dig is a pass made after the opponent attempts a kill.” When the ball…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 10-27-17

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Country Neighbors – Fall 2017

View the online version of our Fall 2017 County Neighbors publication here! Just click in the center of the image to view.  
Killdeer sports teams had a great week

Killdeer sports teams did an outstanding job this week. Killdeer played an awesome game against Hazen at home. It was a blowout with a score of 0 Hazen – 35 Killdeer. They are headed to playoffs to playoffs in Des…
Robotics Advancing to State!

Here at Killdeer High, the robotics team, to which is composed of 21 team members , are fired up for our BEST Robotics competition. We have worked long hours day after day after school, to get ready for our competition…