Events around Dunn County
Dunn County Sheriff Don Rockvoy is trading in his badge and Glock 23 for a truck and payload of crude oil.
Local rancher Jim Danks donated $20,000 to the High Plains Cultural Center, hoping the facility will go to well serve the community.
The recent case of a grandmother caught in the possession of marijuana was only one of the many drug-related crimes facing Dunn County.
Events in Dunn County.
With several developments proposed for the city of Killdeer, the Killdeer City Council voted Monday to ensure solid plans were in place to extend infrastructure to the necessary locations before developments begin construction.
School was cancelled, cars were parked covered in snow, a no travel advisory was issued, and county offices were shut down.
With the strong winter storm that plummeted Killdeer’s roads with ice, sleet and snow Monday, turnout for the city sales tax vote was uncertain.
Killdeer City Auditor Dawn Marquardt knows some people suspend belief when it comes to developing the city of Killdeer.
The North Dakota Department of Transportation has extended the No Travel Advisory for areas NORTH of Interstate 94 in western North Dakota including the cities of Killdeer, Grassy Butte, Squaw Gap, and surrounding areas due to heavy snow and continuous…
Five members of the Dunn County 4-H program participated in the Bowman County Livestock Judging Contest on Saturday, Feb. 23 in Bowman.
It’s getting tougher again at the bottom of the food chain.
The Dunn County 4-H Program held its annual Breakfast and Silent Auction Fundraiser and Awards Ceremony on Feb. 10 at the Killdeer Public School Multi-Purpose Room.
The North Dakota Department of Human Services’ Medical Services Division will hold an educational seminar in Killdeer on Tuesday, March 19, 2013, from 1 to 3 p.m.
Fourteen individuals have been selected as nominees for this year’s induction to the North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame (NDCHF).
“From small beginnings come great things.”
It was the public’s turn Tuesday to voice opinions on the proposed Killdeer truck bypass.
Chief Deputy Ron Krivoruchka resigned from his position at the Dunn County Sheriff’s Department effective Feb. 9 amidst interoffice questioning of his conduct.