Fair board looks to feed the wild side

By Brad Mosher The Herald The Dunn County Fair Board will be hosting a Wild Game Feed Nov. 30 in the High Plains Community Center, starting at 4 p.m., in Killdeer. On the menu for the inaugural event will be…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 11-15-19

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Killdeer students show their musical skills off Broadway

Staff Report It was a tribute to the famous “Great White Way” that started and ended with a Chirus Line. In between, junior high and high school students took the audience on a tour of Broadway era. “One Hundred Years…
Cowboys make mark in regional volleyball stats

Killdeer’s Madi Wilhelm is the regional leader in digs with a total of 365 and averaging 5.21 per set. But Mott-Regent had the next three with the highest averages led by Kiara Koepplin (292 and .456), Maryjane Mayer (220 and…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 11-8-19

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Country Neighbors – Fall 2019

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Aggies jump visiting Cowboys, 47-7

Staff Report The Velva Aggies got to buck off the upset hopes of Killdeer early in Saturday’s first round of the football playoffs. Playing in front of a home crowd, the Aggies were impatient, taking a 7-0 before many of…
Killdeer escapes upset try in Mott

Two points. In the fifth set of Monday’s battle between Mott-Regent and Killdeer, that is what decided the victor at Mott Armory. On an evening when the winless Wildfire stunned the visiting Cowboys with a 25-20 victory in the first…
Being in the dark can cause health problems

By Julie Garden-Robinson Food and Nutrition Specialist NDSU Extension We’ve reached the point in autumn when many of us leave home for work in the dark and return to our homes in the dark. We are not necessarily working on…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 11-1-19

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Cowboys’ narrow loss still leads team into state playoffs

Staff Report When time ran out Oct.16 in Richardton, the Killdeer playoff dreams appeared to be dead. The Cowboys had been shut out for three quarters before a late rally ended with a 13-12 loss. The visitors from Killdeer had…
Steak Fry raises funds for Hill Top

By Brad Mosher The Herald More than 400 people helped raise over $55,000 at the 31 st annual Steak Fry fundraiser held Saturday at the High Plains Community Center. In addition to the meal, the fundraiser organized by the Hill…
Dakota Datebook

Goosefest written by Merry Helm October 21, 2019 — Kenmare has identified with geese for decades; their school mascot is a snow goose, and their sports teams are called the Honkers. The town’s goose appreciation is at its zenith this…