Killdeer city commissioner receives award for leadership

Killdeer City Commissioner Anita Mjolhus received the 110% Award at the Municipal Government Academy awards ceremony during the North Dakota League of Cities’ “March Madness” workshop on March 28-29 in Mandan. “This is a great honor for a city official,”…
A stroke of tribute

Family military ties inspires Killdeer student  in VFW poster contest With a delicate stroke of a surgeon, Kurtlyn Hall captures life images onto the canvas. And with bold strokes, she brings those images to life. The senior from Killdeer High…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 4-21-17

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A kid’s carnival of colors

Little Barry Roundy had a green smile Wednesday morning. And that smile stretched from ear-to-ear as he participated in a ancient tradition of coloring Easter eggs. By Bryan Gallegos Roundy was among about a dozen children who dyed eggs that…
Killdeer students qualify for FBLA nationals

Killdeer High School students Maleah Schmeling and Elissa Steffan are going to nationals this summer. The two members of the school’s Future Business Leaders of America chapter qualified for the National Leadership Conference set for this summer in Anaheim, Calif.…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 4-14-17

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‘I looked away for a minute’

Distracted driving becoming major issue Sally Sanford had just purchased a new car and felt on top of the world as she drove her 2015 Mustang convertible off the car lot. The top was down and the sun warmed her smiling…
Killdeer student teacher honored by state group

Killdeer School student teacher Allison Steffan is one of two Dickinson State University students to be honored by the North Dakota Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. Steffan and Abby Larshus of Bismarck were selected by the association for the…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 4-7-17

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New West Dunn fire chief does it because it has to be done

Ryan Hauck doesn’t get too comfortable these days. In fact, it’s been that way for years. BY BRYAN GALLEGOS Hauck knows he can be called out at any time. You see, Hauck is a volunteer firefighter. He knows his world…
Discovery Dome brings smiles in new learning environment

Jesse Hicks smiled as he stepped into his “new” classroom at the High Plains Cultural Center. BY BRYAN GALLEGOS The “new” classroom was the Discover Dome, a portable full-dome theater that seats as many as 30 elementary school students and…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 3-24-17

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Dunn Center ready for annual St. Patrick’s Day celebration

Sean Flannigan dyed his mustache and eyebrows green. His buddy, Bryan O’Shea, got a tatoo of the Lucky Charms leprechaun. The two Dickinson college students purchased the fixing for corned beef and cabbage. And they have their pot filled with…
Kids raise funds to fight heart disease

Tynly Booth loves her little brother. And the six-year-old first-grader used Rowdy as an inspiration to raise money for the American Heart Association. BY BRYAN GALLEGOS But she was not alone. Booth was one of 65 elementary school students at…
Dunn County sees second auto fatality in past month

For the second time in just over a month, a driver was killed in an auto accident in Dunn County. BY BRYAN GALLEGOS Dalton James, 27, of Dickinson died from injuries sustained in a rollover crash that ejected him from…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 3-17-17

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Plugging into the public library

Sheri Showalter uses the WiFi at the Killdeer Public Library which is located in the Killdeer Public School. The library operates during school hours and the public is welcome to use it at that tine. You must check in at…
State’s high court rules against Dunn County

Lower-court ruling upheld that county can’t veto state commission The North Dakota State Supreme Court said Dunn County does not have the authority to veto the North Dakota Industrial Commission in a case regarding the location of an oil and…
Killdeer school gets nod for accreditation

The Killdeer Public School was recommended for state-mandated accreditation by a team of educators working for AdvancEd, an organization hired by the Department of Public Instruction. BY BRYAN GALLEGOS DUNN COUNTY HERALD The evaluators, educators and administrators from throughout North…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 3-10-17

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