Taking A Ride: Dunn County does well at state rodeo championships

    By Brad Mosher The Herald Riley Reiss had a good Friday at the North Dakota High School Rodeo Association Championships in Bowman. Reiss, who competed in the 2018 national competition, had a strong performance Friday winning two rounds.…
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Killdeer Lions Club starts summer ‘Burgers in the Park’ June 27 There will be some burgers cooking on the grill soon as the Killdeer Lions Club announced the first of its ‘Burgers in the Park’ events. It will be held…
Senate passes legislation expanding American Legion eligibilty

Senator John Hoeven has announced that the Senate has passed legislation he cosponsored to expand membership eligibility for the American Legion to honorably discharged veterans who have served in unrecognized times of war since World War II. Under the Legion’s…
Dunn County tightens up with  ‘Click it’ campaign

  North Dakota’s “Click It or Ticket” campaign endedJune 2, but local law enforcement representative are hoping it has become a habit for North Dakota drivers. By Brad Mosher The Herald The campaign was designed to try to lower the…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 6-21-19

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The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 6-14-19

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Aquatics Center swim classes change open swim schedule in June, July   There will be no open swim between 9 a.m. and noon until June 20. That schedule will be repeated from July 8 to July 18. Please call the…
Benz takes over veterans post

  Carolyn Benz has taken over as the Veterans Service Officer for Dunn County. To help kick off her stint as the Dunn County VSO, she will be staging a Veterans Open House June 25 at the High Plains Community…
Senators push for PTSD recognition

  North Dakota’s Senators John Hoeven and Kevin Cramer have helped introduce bipartisan legislation that designates June 27 as “National Post-Traumatic Stress Awareness Day” and the month of June as “National Post-Traumatic Stress Awareness Month.” “Our men and women in…
Dunn County plans Open House for June 20

The Dunn County Courthouse will be open June 20 to show itself off to the public after the recent renovations were completed several weeks ago.   By Brad Mosher The Herald “We are going to do a ribbon cutting to…
Dukart Receives Scholarship from Alpha Gamma Rho

    Iris Dukart of Manning has received a $1,000 Agricultural Leadership Scholarship from Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Gamma Rho (AGR) at North Dakota State University. Iris will be a freshman student this fall majoring in Agricultural Education. To receive…
Candidates vye for school board openings

  Three men will be battling for two seats on the Killdeer School District Tuesday.   By Brad Mosher The Herald School Board president Scott Bice will be on the ballot, but running unopposed. Larry Lundberg will be trying to…
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    Manning Community Club holding Deep Pit BBQ June 23 The Manning Community Club will be holding their Annual Deep Pit BBQ on June 23, 2019 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Manning Club House on HWY…
Phone service down for landlines

  The Dunn County Emergency Management Office and the Dunn County Sheriff’s Office have announced that there will be phone outages on June 10 and June 17 for people using landlines. On June 10 and June 17, landline phones in…
D-DAY 75th Anniversary: “A Pure Miracle”

  The Friends of Ernie Pyle and the Ernie Pyle World War II Museum, along with Scripps Howard Newspapers are responsible for allowing the reprint of one of Ernie Pyle’s columns during the D-Day invasion in 1944.     By…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 6-7-19

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