Dunn County Herald to close

This is the final issue of the Dunn County Herald. Our weekly newspaper here, which has been published by Country Media, Inc. for almost 19 years, will cease publication permanently with the issue of Nov. 29, 2019. For several years,…
Hundreds sample free holiday meal at HPCC

Staff Report The annual Dunn County Community Dinner drew nearly 300 people to the High Plains Community Center Sunday. According to a county spokesperson, the dinner was a success. “The Dunn County Community Dinner was a fabulous success! 270 people…
Weekend storm predicted to hit western region hard

A significant winter storm is predicted to hit western and central North Dakota over the holiday weekend. Snow is predicted to hit parts of the region Thanksgiving Day, according to the National Weather Service office is Bismarck. By Friday night,…
Briefs

Christmas in Killdeer set for Dec. 8 at HPCC The Killdeer Parks and Recreation Department will be holding Christmas in Killdeer at the High Plains Community Center Dec. 8 in Killdeer. The event is designed for the pre-K to sixth…
Marathon Oil water spill much larger than reported

Staff Report A produced water spill reported by Marathon Oil at a site northeast of Manning as being approximately 21,000 gallons has turned out to be much, much larger. The spill occurred Oct. 2, with an estimated 500 barrels of…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 11-29-19

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Gun scare locks Killdeer campus down

Staff Report On a day when a school shooting cost two lives in another state, Killdeer Public School was locked down because a phone call alerted the administration that a student might have brought a weapon on campus. The shooting…
Dunn Center man charged in local attack

Staff Report A 36-year old Dunn Center man has been charged in attacking a woman in a Nov. 14 incident. Marcus Evan Lee was charged with two felonies, gross sexual imposition, a Class AA felony, and felonious restraint, a Class…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 11-22-19

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Fair board looks to feed the wild side

By Brad Mosher The Herald The Dunn County Fair Board will be hosting a Wild Game Feed Nov. 30 in the High Plains Community Center, starting at 4 p.m., in Killdeer. On the menu for the inaugural event will be…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 11-15-19

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Killdeer students show their musical skills off Broadway

Staff Report It was a tribute to the famous “Great White Way” that started and ended with a Chirus Line. In between, junior high and high school students took the audience on a tour of Broadway era. “One Hundred Years…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 11-8-19

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Rainfall record set in September with October on a similar track

This year’s harvest season has been unusually tough on local producers. Ceaseless rains and snowstorms have caused many headaches for farmers across the southwest North Dakota region. By Frank Turner Country Media Although producers don’t usually wish away the rain,…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 11-1-19

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