Dancing the night away at the local firefighters

The music was thick and the dance floor slick at the annual West Dunn Firemen’s Ball on Saturday at the Buckskin Bar & Grill in Killdeer. At top, a couple spins to the music of “Saw Dust” while another pair,…
Ten Killdeer wrestlers are statebound

State tournament gets under way this weekend The wrestling room at Killdeer High School is dark now. In fact, all the wrestling rooms around the state are dark. Except one. DUNN COUNTY HERALD The lights are on and the mats…
Killdeer girls seeded fourth in Region 7

Region 7 GBB Bracket 2017 – Round 1 Cowboys end regular season with 3-game winning streak Win or go home. DUNN COUNTY HERALD That’s what the Killdeer High School girls basketball team is facing when the Region 7 tournament gets…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 2-17-17

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Country Neighbors – Winter 2017

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Roping some  success

Rodeo cowboy dual-sport standout again at Killdeer A rope and time are both simple, unassuming, and versatile, yet essential. DUNN COUNTY HERALD A cowboy knows how to use a rope. And in this case, a cowboy named Rope knows how to…
Killdeer students capture HOSA honors

They drew from their heart, and in the end they captured the hearts of many. DUNN COUNTY HERALD Killdeer High School students Chelsea Morlock and Keia Holding Eagle each won top honors in the North Dakota HOSA designs in separate…
Grapplers get second chance at big dance

They missed going to the 2017 North Dakota High School Wrestling Championships as a team. Now the Killdeer wrestling team will be trying to do it as individuals. DUNN COUNTY HERALD The Cowboys will be competing in the Class B…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 2-10-17

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Killdeer bowling team breaks North Dakota record

When Ron Fettig threw his first warm-up ball before a league match-up at the Paragon Bowl/Champas Sports Club on Dec. 20, 2016, it was a strike. DUNN COUNTY HERALD It was no big deal. In fact, it was kind of…
Getting the stamp of approval

Halliday residents excited that post office reopens William Smith stepped into the Halliday Post office on Wednesday and mailed a birthday card to his son in Colorado. He wouldn’t have been able to do that on Tuesday. DUNN COUNTY HERALD…
Killdeer girls fall to Trinity, but turning things around

After starting the season off with a 1-5 record, the Killdeer high school girls basketball team has won seven of its past 11 games and pulled itself back into contention of the Region 7 race. DUNN COUNTY HERALD The Cowboys…
Killdeer boys making some noise on hardwood

With seven games remaining in the regular season, the Killdeer High School boys basketball team has nearly matched its season total for wins from a year ago. DUNN COUNTY HERALD Although the Cowboys fell 88-49 to highly regarded Stanley on…
Killdeer grapplers gearing up for regionals

Practice time is over for the Killdeer High School wrestling team. The Big Dance is looming on the horizon. DUNN COUNTY HERALD But to make it to the Fargo Dome in mid-February, there work to be done at the Region…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 2-3-17

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Killdeer’s Jepson, Smith will now be teammates at Dickinson State

The Dickinson State University football program is excited to announce the signings of Dillan Jepson and Rope Smith.  Both hail from Killdeer High School. Jepson, 5-foot-11 and 190 pounds was a standout athlete for the Cowboys, where he excelled as…
No officers elected for District 39 Democrats

The District 39 Democrats held a meeting to vote on party officers, and no one was elected, because nobody volunteered. BY COLE BENZ The meeting, held in Dickinson along with District 36 and District 37 on Friday, Jan. 20, was…
Speed top factor in crashes involving teens

Speed kills. And when it does too often it involves a young driver under the age of 18. After a review of state crash data, AAA is advising North Dakota parents to talk to their teens about the dangers of…