The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 5-17-19

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Hansen doubles up on rivals in windy track meet

  Shawnee Hansen didn’t need wind to win during Saturday’s Hollinger Classic track meet in Bowman. In fact, it worked against her in the 200 meters.   Staff Report Still, the senior sprinter from Killdeer was able to win both…
Killdeer girls second in Town Crier

    STAFF REPORT   Killdeer girls were chasing Trinity May 9, but they came up just short of upsetting the Lady Titans in the Town Crier home meet in Killdeer. Trinity finished with 133 points, while Killdeer had 107…
Elk Tag auction scheduled in June

      The Hill Top Heritage Foundation will auction a 2019 North Dakota elk license on Wednesday, June 5, at The Pipe in Killdeer, according to Sheila Murphy, foundation president. The license, issued by the North Dakota Game and…
Dukart wins large NDSU scholarship

Iris Dukart, daughter of Derrick and Angie Dukart, Manning, North Dakota, received the Orville and Nora Bergan Memorial Scholarship in the amount of $5,079, the North Dakota State University Entrepreneurship Scholarship in the amount of half tuition and the Freshman…
Local students compete at Science Olympiad

    Brandon Gibson was among several Killdeer students who recently attended the North Dakota state Science Olympiad competition at the North Dakota State University. NDSU hosts the state-level competition for teams that have successfully advanced from regional competitions, which…
A ‘Pop-Up’ with plenty of produce

    It was a quick “pop up” visit to Dunn Center May 10, but the Great Plains Food Bank will be back.   By Brad Mosher The Herald   The truck filled with food stopped at the local fire…
Killdeer notches marks at Badlands Conference meet

Staff Report Killdeer’s boys finished fourth in the recent Badlands Conference track meet, while the girls placed fifth. Kacen Gartner grabbed a pair of seconds in the 100 and 200 meter races. Dylan Tabor picked up a third in the…
Steffan follows family tradition, signs with DSU

  Elissa Steffan has been watched for more than a year. It paid off May 1 when the Killdeer senior signed with Dickinson State University to become a member of the Blue Hawk volleyball program.   By Brad Mosher The…
The Dunn County Herald E-Edition for 5-10-19

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Country Neighbors – Spring 2019

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HOSA Indian Taco Feed funding trip to Nationals

      Staff Report More than 200 people were at the Indian Taco Feed fundraiser Sunday at High Plains Community Center. It was to help fund travel costs for the HOSA members who qualified for the upcoming nationals in…
Cookin’ up business in Halliday

          JodeO’s is something special in the small town of Halliday. It is a diner. But much, much more, according to the owner.     By Brad Mosher The Herald   It is also one of…
Legislative update: Senate District 4

    Jordan   District 4 Senator   Hello everyone, the legislative session is over, as we adjourned Sine Die at 10:04 PM Friday night the 26th. My plan is to write a summary report of the session next week.…
Hansen leads girls to key victory in home track opener

      Staff Report Killdeer easily won the girls team title April 25 at the Cowboys first home track meet, scoring 130.5 points. Bowman County was second with 80 points. Stanley was third with 88 points, edging Mott-Regent/New England…
Omdahl:  Just Kick the Can Down the Road…

    By Lloyd Omdahl For centuries, philosophers have tried to rationalize the underpinnings of governments. We are supposed to be in some make-believe contract to bond together for mutual security, shared services, negotiating conflict and keeping the peace. Even…
HAT TIPS: Too many boards….

    Hello, Do you ever think about boards? There are a lot of boards. Oh, not the 2×4 or 2×6 boards. But like the barber board, the hairdresser board, the board of animal health…the list can go on forever.…