The Dunn County Historical Society recently called upon the Killdeer FFA to help move items in the meeting area, office and kitchen of the Dunn County Museum to get it ready for having carpet and tile replaced.
Calving season is upon us and how do your cows look?
In recognition for her distinguished teaching, scholarship and service to Armstrong Atlantic State University, Savannah, Ga. Lucinda D. Schultz has been awarded the status of Professor Emerita.
A submitted photo of Jorden Hausauer of Halliday saving a calf from his ranch went viral Sunday after it was posted on the Dunn County Herald’s Facebook page.
Killdeer city commissioners moved forward with several development-centric items at their regular meeting Tuesday, which was postponed from Monday due to inclement weather.
Dunn County Soil Conservation District (SCD) visited Killdeer and Halliday schools to teach area students about the importance of soil health in conjunction with Earth Day 2013.
When Cobblestone Hotel was constructed in Killdeer, the city lost its two baseball diamonds that lined Highway 200.
In an act of heroism, Jordan Hausauer of Halliday saved a stranded calf during the tremendous winter storm experienced by most of North Dakota on Sunday.
Sen. John Hoeven today announced that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has agreed to his request to extend the deadline and waive penalties for filing tax returns in North Dakota.
The construction project on Highway 22, (approximately 13 miles north of Killdeer for approximately 8 miles) will be delayed until further notice due to weather conditions.
Dunn County amassed a widespread search for its only K-9 following its disappearance March 30.
Mixing fun with science.
Three Dunn County officials received top honors last month during the North Dakota League of Cities’ annual workshop.
Decisions to purchase property and continue Killdeer’s development were primary focuses during Monday’s Killdeer City Commission meeting.
Matt Lumley knows his grain elevators.
Contractors hired to build a new telecommunications tower for Verizon Communications Inc. in Dunn County now are facing gridlock with their construction.
The city of Killdeer soon will have a completely different skyline – one without its iconic water tower.