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Law enforcement officials have found Larry Custer. He is safe and the Silver Alert has been canceled.
Vernon Quam was a former Jamestown resident.
Ukrainian foreign exchange student Dmytro Davydenko narrowly escaped the ravages of war when he left his home country for the prairies of western North Dakota and Beach High School. This is the story of a teenager in exile, and the desperate attempt to bring his mother to the United States.
T-bone crash injures one, kills second driver

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Hiking opportunities beckon outdoor enthusiasts to the Badlands of western North Dakota to join Teddy Roosevelt actor on two novel Point-to-Point hikes.
It’s been a busy week for Dickinson State University who announced an appointment to the position of interim vice president/provost and the first recipient of the Rob & Melani Walton Endowed Chair in Theodore Roosevelt Studies.
Law enforcement's search for Beulah High School senior Tyler Schaeffer, who had been missing since May 1, 2022, came to an end on Wednesday, May 11, when authorities located his remains.
A Dickinson man, formerly the executive vice president of U.S. operations at a publicly traded Canadian oil-services company, was sentenced yesterday to three years in prison for perpetrating a scheme to fraudulently inflate the company’s reported revenue that resulted in shareholder losses in excess of $886 million.
Four Ukrainian-Americans, living in the cultural enclave of western North Dakota, share their culture, history and perspective on the geopolitical news of a potential Russian invasion of Ukraine.

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