Lundberg takes over school district reins

  By Brad Mosher The Herald   Larry Lunberg was just re-elected. Again. His latest election win wasn’t on the ballot. He was unanimously picked as the new school board president July 17 in the district board room next to…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 7-26-19

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Community comes together after tornado, winds hit Mott

By Brad Mosher The Herald   An EF-1 tornado hit Mott Friday evening, destroying several buildings, trailers, and the 4H building at the Hettinger County Fair. Witnesses credit quick action by the Hettinger County Sheriffs Department and fair personnel and…
Senator pushes energy projects

    At a recent hearing of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, Senator John Hoeven continued his efforts to advance the development and implementation of carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) technologies in North Dakota. Specifically, the senator…
DOE awards grants to UND

    Sen. John Hoeven, a member of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee and the Energy and Water Development Appropriations Committee, has announced that the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has awarded two grants totaling $16 million to…
District close to locking up new school site

  By Brad Mosher The Herald The Killdeer School District is close to finalizing a location for a new campus and will soon be sending out a survey to the public over the proposed new construction meant to handle the…
BE PREPARED: Knowing what to do is key to surviving disasters

  By Brad Mosher The Herald The recent EF-1 tornado which hit the City of Mott isn’t unusual, according to the Dunn County Emergency Manager. Denise Brew said Tuesday it is important to be aware of severe weather events and…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 7-19-19

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Montana man killed in accident near Manning

  A 40-year-old man from Kalispell, Montana was parked on the side of the road providing traffic control for a hazmat cleanup crew when he was killed Thursday two miles south of Manning on Highway 22. According to the North…
North Dakota airports get FAA grants

Senator John Hoeven, a member of the Senate Transportation, Housing and Urban Development Appropriations Committee, announced that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has awarded grants totaling $9,783,498 for airports in North Dakota, including: · Minot International Airport – $2,164,051 to…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 7-12-19

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National parks bring nearly $50 million boost to local ND economies

  A new National Park Service (NPS) study reports that visitors to North Dakota’s national parks spent $49.6 million dollars in nearby communities in 2018. Approximately 733, 000 people visited Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site, Knife River Indian…
Veteran open house draws interest

    The Veterans Open House in Killdeer was a success, according to the new Dunn County Veterans Service Officer.   By Brad Mosher The Herald   The Open House, held June 25 at the High Plains Community Center, exceeded…
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Pop-Up Perishable program returns to Dunn County July 10

  Trucks supplying fresh vegetables, bakery items and boxed goods will be in the communities of Dunn Center, Halliday and Beulah on Wednesday, July 10, part of the Great Plains Food Bank Pop-up Perishable Food Program. According to a program…
Concert draws history, music, ‘Roosevelt’ to New England

The spoken word will help kick off a weekend of music July 5. By Brad Mosher The Herald Marie Louise Wilson, a Native American elder and member of the Hidatsa tribe, will be focusing on the Native American history surrounding…