Commissioners make changes

It is official. A month after Commissioner Donna Scott lost her bid for re-election, she stepped down and walked away for her replacement, Joann Marsh Brew to be officially be sworn in to the Dunn County Board of Commissioners. After…
Killdeer moves ahead with plans

The Killdeer School Board voted unanimously Nov. 30 to move ahead with plans to meet the growth which has already had an impact on the school. By Brad Mosher The Herald In a special board meeting the board decided to…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 12-7-18

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Killdeer grad perishes in plane crash

A former Manning resident and Killdeer graduate was one of three people to perish Nov. 18 in a plane crash northwest of Mandan. Staff Writer Bonnie Kay Cook, 63, was a neonatal intensive care unit nurse at CHI St. Alexius…
KPD hires new officer

Brandon Lawson is where he wants to be. He is a police officer in a small town in North Dakota. Just a few months out of the academy and still 19 years old, the former Fessenden resident is living his…
Dunn County’s award-winning Weatherman

Every morning, Chris Taylor takes a walk in his back yard, rain or shine, snow or hail. It doesn’t matter how harsh the weather is or how cold it is outside. By Brad Mosher The Herald Meanwhile, a federal agency…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 11-30-18

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Winter storm ices up county, roads

The first big winter storm of the season iced up not only the Dunn County roads but put local events on ice. The storm hit Friday, forcing the cancellation of a junior high wrestling tournament in Dickinson and later a…
ND Medicaid amends state plan to increase access

The North Dakota Department of Human Services has proposed several amendments to its Medicaid State Plan in an effort to help increase access to addiction treatment services and other behavioral health services for Medicaid-eligible individuals. The proposed changes were effective…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 11-23-18

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V is still for victory, veterans

They came in sub-freezing weather on frozen and icy roads Sunday. They were not alone. Members of the Ezra Barrows Post 46 of the American Legion devoted part of the centennial of the original Armistice Day to remember those who…
Mail-in ballot causes problem for one voter

A Dunn County woman is upset after having to travel 80 miles in bad weather in order to vote in person Nov. 6 in Manning. Staff Writer The closing of the nearby North Fox voting station forced Joletta Bird Bear…
Kuhn locks up victory as new sheriff

Gary Kuhn will have to have a change of uniform. The long-time member of the Stark County Sheriff Department will be taking over as the new Dunn County Sheriff after defeating Deputy Ron McLound in the Nov. 6 election. By…
Big Game Lottery applications due New Years Day

Nonprofit organizations that are eligible to receive big game hunting licenses in 2019, must have the application submitted to the North Dakota Game and Fish Department no later than Jan. 1.  A law passed during the 2017 state legislature provides…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 11-16-18

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