Here are 10 of those stories we felt were worth revisiting as 2020 approaches: ‘2019 Can Kiss Mine’ The Daily Republic, Mitchell, SD Showcasing the adversity faced by many farmers in the Midwest this year, we captured compelling images, moments and thoughts from an everyday South Dakotan and his family struggling just to make a Read More…
thedickinsonpress – FARGO — When No. 13 from the St. Peter, Minn., boys basketball team checked into Friday’s game against Hawley, Minn., with two minutes left, the fans piled into the stands and the players and coaches on both benches had no idea they were about to witness an inspirational moment.
thedickinsonpress – FARGO — It’s a tough road ahead for many around the region trying to get to work. Snowplow drivers are still on the roads trying to get things cleared as quickly as possible as the snow storm makes its way out, but officials warn it’s a work in progress.
thedickinsonpress – FARGO — Soon we will celebrate the beginning of a new year. For some, you are ready to leave 2019 behind. For others, you would gladly go back and relive 2019 again.
thedickinsonpress – RAPID CITY, S.D. — Monique “Muffie” Mousseau and Felipa De Leon are going tribe to tribe in South Dakota to advocate for protections and marriage equality for those who are “two spirit” — the modern umbrella term often used in Indigenous communities to define those who identify as LGBTQ.
thedickinsonpress – This year, my two daughters got their own heifers
thedickinsonpress – MITCHELL, S.D. — As winter settles in, bringing frigid temperatures to the area, stray and feral cats are left to fend off the cold for survival.
thedickinsonpress – SEATTLE — Raheem Mostert rushed for two second-half touchdowns and the San Francisco 49ers made a late defensive stand to claim the NFC West crown and No. 1 seed in the NFC playoffs with a 26-21 victory at Seattle on Sunday night, the final game of the NFL regular season.
thedickinsonpress – ST. PAUL — Ryan Pulock and Matt Martin scored the tying and go-ahead goals in a span of 97 seconds early in the third period Sunday night, Dec. 29, for the visiting New York Islanders, who snapped a three-game losing streak with a 3-1 win over the Minnesota Wild.
thedickinsonpress – MINNEAPOLIS — Dan Bailey had to be perfect Sunday at U.S. Bank Stadium. His bank account depended on it.
thedickinsonpress – MINNEAPOLIS — On the first play from scrimmage Sunday, Mike Boone flew through a big hole on the left side of the Minnesota Vikings offensive line to carry the ball for 59 yards.
thedickinsonpress – MINOT, N.D. — Minot Air Force Base officials confirmed reports of a fire Saturday, Dec. 28, at Building 733 on base.
thedickinsonpress – FARGO — In Christian tradition, these “holy days” have been filled with forgiving, fasting and feasting as we celebrate the greatest gift of all – God with us – and all the reasons to give thanks.
thedickinsonpress – BISMARCK — Obtaining a pilot’s license involves passing a series of exams and spending considerable time flying, which can add up to as much as $10,000.
thedickinsonpress – FARGO — The North Dakota Department of Transportation along with the North Dakota Highway Patrol have
thedickinsonpress – FARGO — Move over, Alexa. There’s a new girl in town.
thedickinsonpress – The Outdoors Story of the Decade since 2010 has to be the continued spread of chronic wasting disease in deer herds in North Dakota and Minnesota. The Game and Fish Department and Minnesota Department of Natural Resources both are devoting ever-increasing resources to battling the disease that’s fatal to deer, elk and moose Read More…
thedickinsonpress – John Hancock was commissioned as a Commodore in the North Dakota Mythical Navy.