North Dakota farmers hit by early winter blizzards

By Brad Mosher The Herald It was predicted to be a “Category Five” blizzard in North Dakota with the possibility of causing massive closures and power outages throughout the state. For western North Dakota, the blizzard proved to be much…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 10-18-19

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Early snows preview the winter impact for region

  It was only a small sample Oct. 3, but North Dakotans got a preview that winter is fast approaching – even in the first week of October. And the second wave is hitting in the second week of the…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 10-11-19

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FARRMS offers training course for farmers

The Foundation for Agricultural and Rural Resource Management and Sustainability (FARRMS), is offering an eight session training course that helps beginning farmers clarify their goals and strengths, establish a strong enterprise plan and start building their operation. The course uses…
District sticks to 40-acre mandate for campus

By Brad Mosher The Herald Although the final selection of a new campus location has not been made, one thing has been decided, according to the president of the school board. The new campus will be 40 acres. That is…
Wetter weather predicted to continue

By Frank Turner acrnews@countrymedia.net   Lately, the forecast for the entire southwest region of North Dakota has been nothing but rain, rain, and more rain. For the last 30 days, large portions of Adams County, Bowman County, and Hettinger County…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 10-4-19

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Water spill, pipeline leak reported in Dunn County

The North Dakota Department of Environmental Quality (NDDEQ) has been notified of a produced water spill resulting from a pipeline leak in Dunn County. The pipeline is part of a gathering system operated by Marathon Oil. The incident occurred about…
County official pushing for disaster prep

  By Brad Mosher The Herald   Some emergencies can be prepared for by setting up something as simple as a “Go Bag” which can be taken on a quick evacuation when a disaster strikes. The preparation for other disasters…
Facebook, Silver Alert helps to locate missing SD woman

By Brad Mosher The Herald The saga of Clara Mae Braun started Sept. 16 when her relatives could not find her or her 2012 Chrysler 300 in South Dakota. Days later she was found in a rural section of Hettinger…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 9-27-19

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Grassy Butte, Killdeer Ambulance part ways   (updated)

By Brad Mosher The Herald After about a year and with some contentiousness Grassy Butte residents were successful in getting separation from the Killdeer Ambulance Service Monday evening. The meeting of the board of the directors for the ambulance service…
For Safety sake

By Brad Mosher The Herald When it comes to lessons, Ethan Krebs hopes his students at Halliday Elementary never need to use what they learned on Friday the Thirteenth. The students were learning lessons on how to save lives. Krebs,…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 9-20-19

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Historical fundraiser mixes supper, song

The 14th annual Cream Can Supper fundraiser exceeded expectations Sept. 7 in the Dunn County Museum in Dunn Center. The supper may have been in the cramped confines of the museum becase of the inclement weather outside, but even Ron…
District options three parcels, starts geological surveys

By Brad Mosher The Herald The Killdeer School District Board decided Sept. 5 to option three prospective parcels for a new school campus, allowing geological testing to identify the best location. According to the Rose Hurt, the District Business Manager,…