O’brien’s Irish Pub is the 1st business to take advantage of Dunn Co. Job Authority Department (JDA) livable community grant program.
The new roundabout at the corner of Highway 200 and Highway 22 on the south end of Killdeer was a heated topic of conversation at the Killdeer City Commission meeting on Monday, Nov. 5.
The City of Dunn Center lifted its moratorium on skid shacks and other temporary housing facilities on Nov. 8.
It’s a felony crime to transport medical marijuana across state lines as Sandra Maetas of New Mexico discovered last Friday, Nov. 2.
2012 Election Results
Hauck and Kleemann win the two open commissioner seats.
North Dakota roads will be busy this weekend with opening deer season and Veterans Day.
The Dunn County Sheriff’s Department has recently added a new employee to its force: K-9 Rex, the “drug dog.”
Killdeer residents went all out this Halloween. Check out some of these images here.
Registered voters will have an opportunity to act on five state measures during the Nov. 6 general election. Two of the measures could pit “city folk” against rural residents.
A tiny dot on a map, a quaint little farm town with some houses and a church that when driving through is there and gone in a blink.
Not only are domestic violence cases on the rise, but the abuse is also becoming more severe, according to Darianne Johnson of the Domestic Violence and Rape Crisis Center in Dickinson.
What appeared to be a pipe bomb was found underneath the pickup of a Dodge resident on Wednesday, Oct. 24…
The iconic symbol of Killdeer’s water tower was again a topic of conversation at the Killdeer City meeting on Monday, Oct. 15.
The Dunn County Jobs Development Authority, in partnership with the City of Killdeer, the Hill Top Home of Comfort and the Dunn County Board of County Commissioners, broke ground at the site of its new community child care facility last…
Southwest Water Authority representative Mary Massad presented the Killdeer City Commission with Good Intention and Joint Powers Agreements at the regular city meeeting on Monday, Oct. 1.
People love their pets, and one measure on the November general election ballots in North Dakota is taking aim at that loyalty.
The early season snow last Wed., Oct. 3, caught many Dunn County residents off guard and brought to bear once again the challenge of how to best maintain the County’s roads.