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Since reopening under new ownership in May the bar & grill has offered two dining experiences and a saloon, with plans for future expansion.
A cattle rancher near Medora, North Dakota, is working to preserve bird dwellings through the Audubon Conservation Ranching program.
A southwest North Dakota woman has been arrested for her alleged involvement in stealing pain medication from a nursing home in Hettinger, N.D. Adams County Sheriff Jordan Fisher announced that his department launched an investigation into the matter, and has requested the assistance of the North Dakota BCI, federal DEA and ND Board of Health.
Bowman County Sheriff Frank Erberle, who was named in an article published this week for being a member of the Oath Keepers according to a leaked membership roster, speaks out.
DICKINSON — A construction project is never regarded as a successful endeavor until it satisfies the cost, time and quality limitations applied to it, but The Dickinson Town Square project is by all accounts being heralded as a success midway through construction.
The 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb is a way for the community to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice on Sept. 11, 2001. Each participant pays tribute to a New York City firefighter by either walking a 5K or climbing the equivalent of the 110 stories of the World Trade center towers carrying the name and photo of a fallen hero to symbolically complete their climb.

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As the West River Community Center turned off all of its pool chemicals for the last swim of the year, Dickinson Parks and Recreation Department hosted its annual Pooch Pool Party for all dogs in the community. Before the widely popular community event, the Stark County Sheriff's Office conducted K-9 water apprehension training.
Leaders at Red Trail Energy, an ethanol processing plant in Richardton, N.D., showcased their new carbon capture operation facility. With very few other carbon capture operations in America, this newest climate-conscious operation sets southwestern North Dakota on the leading edge of carbon sequestration technology.
The Stark County Sheriff’s Office and North Dakota Highway Patrol were involved in a high-speed chase Thursday afternoon after three juveniles fled from Home on the Range, a residential facility for troubled youth.

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