New Sheriff building community ties

Sheriff Gary Kuhn is busy trying to build a connection between all the communities in Dunn County and his department. That was one of his campaign promises in 2018. By Brad Mosher The Herald He’s starting off with something simple…
Farming group announces grants for rural schools

A grant campaign which could bring up to $25,000 to nominated rural schools has started its 2019 campaign. Staff Report The Grow Rural Education program has been launched by the American Farmers campaign. The grants are designed to help Science,…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 2-15-19

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School Board to decide which complex receives new upgrade

Late in the latest Killdeer Community meeting Jan. 29, one of the speakers asked for a show of hands. One choice was to build an elementary school off-site. The second choice was to build a high school off-site. One of…
Killdeer school growth choices not unique

Although Killdeer School District is facing a crucial decision on how to meet a dramatic surge in student growth, it is a choice that other school districts have had to make. By Brad Mosher The Herald According to Ross Wilmes,…
Winter wave hits Dakota

Another series of frigid blasts from Canada will be hitting Southwestern North Dakota for most of the next week, according to forecasts from the online weather website Accuweather.com. Staff Report The school in New England got off to a late…
New Dairy Queen slated to open on Valentines Day

After Valentines Day, there will always be a blizzard in Killdeer. But residents and visitors will have to pay for it. Staff Report The new Dairy Queen Grill & Chill restaurant in one section of the Cenex building at 335…
Recognize teen dating violence

Many changes take place during a person’s teenage years. In addition to the physical manifestations of puberty, which bring hormonal shifts and heightened sexual awareness, emotional and psychological changes can occur. This often is a time when social circles develop,…
Separating facts from fiction in regard to organ donation

Organ donation is overwhelmingly supported by the adult population of the United States. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 95 percent of adults in the United States support organ donation. Staff Report In spite of that,…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 2-8-19

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Killdeer school meeting (with video)

Late in the latest Killdeer Community meeting Jan. 29 in the school’s wrestling one of the speakers asked for a show of hands. By Brad Mosher The Herald One choice was to build an elementary school off-site. The second choice…
Winter travel cited as hazardous with polar vortex coming

Winters in North Dakota can be deadly. That is the warning Dunn County Emergency Management’s Denise Brew has issued online with the forecast of a series of strong storms dropping temperatures to dangerous levels in the near future. By Brad…
Impact of shutdown reaches North Dakota

Just when the longest political shutdown of the federal government in the nation’s history had started to impact people in North Dakota, the farmers and ranchers got more than one reprieve. By Brad Mosher The Herald First it was when…
Weather Related School Closings: Frequently asked questions

School districts face difficult decisions with every severe storm. The safety and education of our North Dakota students is a priority for everyone. The North Dakota Department of Public Instruction (NDDPI) Office of School Approval and Opportunity often receives questions…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 2-1-19

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Ice, snow cause Killdeer accident

Icy conditions and a jackknifed truck ended up with three vehicles damaged Friday January 18th in an accident in downtown Killdeer. STAFF REPORT A truck driven by Jose Montoya Prieto of Dickinson was southbound on Highway 22 (Central Avenue) in…