Future cheerleaders

Several youngsters perform during the halftime of a basketball game on Feb. 24. The young cheerleaders worked with Killdeer High School cheerleaders during a camp earlier and showed what they learned.
Students of the Month

Killdeer High School Rope Smith Nathan Sadowsky Killdeer Junior High School Tucker Bombach Killdeer Elementary School Noah Sage Halliday Elementary School
Killdeer FFA successful at Beulah

This last weekend the Killdeer FFA Chapter competed at the Beulah Winter Contest. It was another successful day for the Killdeer members. BY DAVID LEIER In the Agronomy CDE, the lone participant Rachel Knopik earned a bronze rating and achieved…
Killdeer seventh-grader wins Dunn County Spelling Bee

  Faith Norby stood at the podium on Wednesday and took a deep breath. She was a finalist in the Dunn County Spelling Bee at Killdeer School and she had a chance to win the title. Judges asked her to…
National award celebrates expertise of Killdeer trainer

An international group has honored Sue Powers-Hartman, a trainer at North Dakota’s Killdeer Mountain Manufacturing, for her work in helping to improve electronics manufacturing practices. IPC, a global trade association that represents the electronics manufacturing industry, presented Powers-Hartman with its…
Family Learning event nets miles of childrens’ smiles

  “Awesome family fun” was the catchphrase of the evening on Feb. 15 as the Killdeer School Library hosted Prairie Public Education Services’ Wild Kratts-themed Family Learning Event.   BY PAM BOEPPLE For Dunn County Herald After students and parents…
Thirteen students inducted into Killdeer National Honor Society

  Thirteen new members have been inducted into the Killdeer High School National Honor Society. The Junior inductees include: Sydney Anderson, Danielle Benz, Corrie Dobitz, Chenneth Morlock, Trae Murray, Bridgette Reiss, and Alex Sadowsky.   BY COURTNEY VETTEL For Dunn…
The Wellness Corner

Many in the field of wellness have asked me for advice on getting in better cardiovascular shape, becoming more flexible, and increasing strength. Their next question is almost always, “and what’s the easiest, quickest way.” First, let’s acknowledge the elephant…
Community Forum

At their first meeting of 2017, the nonprofit, grassroots writing group known as Dunn County Writers addressed the changing calendar.   BY JENNIFER STRANGE For Dunn County Herald   During a Guided Writing Exercise, the scribes broke the idea of…
Honors at the 4-H Breakfast

The annual Dunn County 4-H Breakfast and Awards Banquet was Feb. 12 at the Killdeer Public School. Following the breakfast and silent auction fundraiser, the annual awards banquet was held. FOR DUNN COUNTY HERALD Mona Dressler of Marshall received a…
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,…
Country Neighbors – Winter 2017

View the online version of our Country Neighbors publication for Winter 2017 here! Just click on the “Click to read” button below to view.
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…
Local 4-H chapters putting on spread for breakfast fundraiser

Dunn County 4-H officials are hoping for a similar turnout for the annual 4-H Breakfast and Silent Auction fundraiser on Sunday. Last year, more than 300 people turned out for the event. And there were about 100 items donated for…
Firemen’s Dance to feature music from local country band

Dickinson-based Country and Western band “Saw Dust” will be peforming at the Buckskin Bar & Grill on Saturday for the Firemen’s Dance. DUNN COUNTY HERALD The dance is scheduled to run from 8 p.m. to midnight. There is no cover…