Killdeer FFA attends Leadership Conference

The Killdeer FFA chapter traveled to Bismarck, ND to participate in the 2019 FFA Winter Leadership Conference. The conference provides FFA members with the opportunity to develop  leadership skills and meet other members from around the state. By Jaylynn Hicks…
Annual Breakfast cooks up Jan. 13 in New Hradec

The annual Barley Sausage Breakfast will be held Jan. 13 at the Catholic Workman Hall in New Hradec. Serving will start at 9 a.m. and will conclude at 12:30 p.m. The FCSLA W121 Meeting will follow immediately after the breakfast.
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Dick Johnson, Test Pilot by Merry Helm January 7, 2019 —Lieutenant Colonel Richard Johnson was laid to rest in Arlington National Cemetery with full Air Force Military Honors on this date in 2003. Dick was born on September 21, 1917,…
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Eagle Woman That All Look At written by Merry Helm December 31, 2018 —Eagle-Woman-That-All-Look-At was the daughter of Two Lance, chief of the Upper Yankton Nakota, who felt she was destined to gain some of the admiration the tribe had…
Benefit breakfast set in Dickinson

The CHI Health at Home and Hospice will be holding a benefit breakfast Jan. 13. The benefit will start at 8 a.m. and continue until noon at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church at 240 Broadway East in Dickinson. The breakfast will…
NDSU Feedlot School set for Jan. 23

Participants will learn about feedlot production, nutrition, waste management and marketing when North Dakota State University holds its Feedlot School.. Cattle producers, feeders, backgrounders, feed industry personnel, animal health-care suppliers and others will have an opportunity to learn more about…
‘Stuff A Bus’

When it comes to helping the local Food Pantry, it is time to…‘Stuff A Bus’ It was a first attempt. But the people behind it ae hoping to make it an annual success story – one that will also help…
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Dr. Grassi…Santa Claus by Merry Helm December 24, 2018 — James Grassick started his career as a physician in Buxton in 1885. Among his many interests were Indian lore and archaeology – you might remember that he once owned the…
2018 Holiday Cookbook

View the online version of our 2018 Holiday Cookbook here! Just click in the center of the image to view.  
Letters to Santa

View the online verion of our Letters to Santa pages here! These letters to Santa have been written by Killdeer Elementary School’s First Grade Classes. Just click in the center of the image to view. 
Concert kicks off winter with jolly tunes

They may be just learning, but fifth and sixth graders at Killdeer Public School had their chance to shine Monday with the annual elementary winter concert. By Brad Mosher The Herald According to Abby Oase, the director, the students are…
Lions, scouts bring Christmas caroling, gifts to Hill Top Home

The sounds of Christmas echoed throughout the Hill Top Home of Comfort Monday evening as Cub Scouts, Girl Scouts and members of the local Lions Club brought Christmas cheer and presents to the residents. Dozens of the residents clebrated the…
Santa season arrives

It was a little bit of a surprise Sunday. A large group of children had just spent almost two hours watching the popular  Polar Express movie in the High Plains Community Center where it told the story about the search…
Girls, Cub scouts bring Christmas greetings, ornaments

There was a little celebration of the Christmas spirit Monday at the Hill Top Home of Comfort and the Legacy Lodge in Killdeer as girls scouts and cub scouts combined forces to help make new Christmas ornaments for the people…
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Maris Trade by Merry Helm December 14, 2018 — Baseball fans had mixed emotions at this time in 1966. Five days earlier, the Yankees traded home-run king Roger Maris to the St. Louis Cardinals in an even swap for infielder…
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Pearl Harbor— Sim and Rup by Merry Helm December 7, 2018 — On this date in 1941, many North Dakotans witnessed the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, including Carl “Sim” Simensen. After graduating from Grandin High School, he went to…
Sounds of the season

It was time for a Christmas concert at Killdeer Public School. The Killdeer Music Department had a combined performance with members of the junior high choir, the high school choir, the junior high and high school bands and the complete…