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Running with zombies: Zombie 5K walk/run to benefit Special Olympics

The upcoming walk/run for Area 12 Special Olympics will be unlike any other. Adults and children are invited to walk or run through a course infested with zombies.

The Dickinson Press, 10/06/2013

Competing with robots

Trinity High School’s team of 20 students is putting the finishing touches on its radio-controlled robot for the Blue Hawk BEST Robotics competition.

The Dickinson Press, 10/06/2013

DSC plans evening of fun: Students making craft items for Fall Gala auction

Students in the Dickinson Catholic Schools are creating one-of-a-kind, hand-crafted items for guests to bid on during the upcoming Fall Gala. With a Hawaiian theme as the backdrop, the annual social evening and fundraiser is Sunday, Oct. 13.

The Dickinson Press, 10/06/2013

Sidewalk Prophets aim at connecting with audience

The title track from Sidewalk Prophets’ hit album, “Live Like That” has received more than a million hits on YouTube, and now Dickinson-area fans will have the opportunity to hear it live on stage.

The Dickinson Press, 09/29/2013

‘Breakthrough’ for Jason Castro

“American Idol” finalist Jason Castro will play excerpts from his newest album, “Only a Mountain” during the “Into the Light” tour in Dickinson.

The Dickinson Press, 09/29/2013

Self-described ‘storyteller’ Matthew West brings inspirational tour to Dickinson

Anyone who listens to Christian music on the radio will recognize Matthew West’s hit singles, though his face may not be as familiar to fans. West has launched the “Into the Light” tour that will take him into Dickinson.

The Dickinson Press, 09/29/2013

St. Benedict’s plans Autumnfest celebration

The delectable smell of freshly baked German kuchen and Czech kolaches has been filling the hallways of St. Benedict’s Health Center, making Autumnfest one of the most anticipated events by residents and staff alike.

The Dickinson Press, 09/29/2013

Moving forward: Dickinson Catholic Schools look to new leaders

Students are attending classes, and football and volleyball games are underway. Yet there’s something different about the Dickinson Catholic Schools.

The Dickinson Press, 09/22/2013

Dickinson's growth presents challenges and opportunities

Dickinson’s population growth presents both challenges and opportunities for the Dickinson Catholic Schools. “I see it as a tremendous opportunity,” said Richard Kruska, who was named acting president in August. “We have room for another 100 students in the high school, and in conversations, we’re looking at possibily additional facilities that could take care of the kids.”

The Dickinson Press, 09/22/2013

It's all about experience

Richard Leimbach’s day starts with a prayer and the Pledge of Allegiance, but it’s never the same after that. Leimbach was named principal of Trinity Elementary East and Trinity Elementary West for the 2013-14 academic year. Moving here from Omaha, Neb., Leimbach felt the position was a good fit for his skills as an administrator.

The Dickinson Press, 09/22/2013

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