Killdeer students gear up for graduation

Ceremony slated for 2 p.m. Sunday  DUNN COUNTY HERALD The biggest high school athletic achievement and the greatest academic achievement will be wrapped up in the same weekend for Gabi Flaget. She will competing on the big stage in the…
Chasing championship glory

The chase for state championship glory starts today. Hundreds of prep athletes will converge at the Bismarck Community Bowl at Bismarck State College for the 2017 North Dakota State High School Track and Field Championships in Bismarck. Killdeer will have…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 5-26-17

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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…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 5-19-17

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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…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 5-12-17

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Dog shootings rock Dunn Center

Amanda Daugherty is afraid to let her dog out of her sight. That’s a feeling many residents of Dunn Center share after a 3-year-old Lab was shot and nearly killed this past week. “Gatzby” was saved after undergoing a 3.5-hour…
Killdeer girls dominate Town Crier

Katelynn Lane steadied herself at the starting line and waited calmly for the gun to go off. When it did, the Killdeer senior exploded out of the blocks and gracefully glided over the hurdles and destroyed the field in the…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 5-5-17

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Officer of the law, officer of the paw

Killdeer cop enjoys partnership with her  friend Killdeer police officer Mackenzie Spack loves to watch her partner work. Her partner has the knack for sniffing things out. Like drugs. Spack’s partner is Able, a 4-year-old German Shepherd. And together, they…
Report: North Dakota students rank above national average

A report released last month shows North Dakota’s college students as being ahead of the curve nationally. According to the report released by the National Student Clearinghouse, students in N.D. had a higher rate of bachelor degree completion after previous…
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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