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Make-a-Wish restores pickup for Belfield student

When the Heart River cheerleaders called former Cougars mascot Theron Lee to come forward, he had no idea why he was being summoned to the football field in Belfield. That’s when Dickinson Noon Lions Club member and Make-a-Wish volunteer Kelly Braun came over the loudspeaker. He asked Theron to turn around. Theron, 16, saw his newly restored 1996 Ford pickup, sponsored by the Make-a-Wish Foundation of North Dakota through the Noon Lions Club’s annual fundraiser.

The Dickinson Press, 10/27/2013

Church to celebrate its German heritage

St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Dickinson will celebrate its German heritage with an ethic dinner on Saturday, Nov. 2.

The Dickinson Press, 10/27/2013

Feeding the hungry: Empty Bowls event raises awareness of hunger

A ladle of soup and a bite of bread — that’s what guests receive for lunch when Microtel Inn & Suites hosts an Empty Bowls event on Saturday, Nov. 9. Serving is from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The Dickinson Press, 10/27/2013

'Health Center Hunt': Richardton fundraiser offers evening of food, fun and music

The Richardton Healthcare Foundation is spearheading a “Health Center Hunt” — an evening of fun, food and fundraising — on Saturday, Nov. 2. The doors open at 6 p.m. at the St. Mary’s Social Center.

The Dickinson Press, 10/20/2013

High-energy country music to kick off benefit

The Pistol Grip Band will present an evening of high-energy country music for the Richardton Health Center benefit on Saturday, Nov. 2. The doors open at 6 p.m. and the music starts at 7 p.m. at the St. Mary’s Social Center

The Dickinson Press, 10/20/2013

Groundbreaking set for Health Center

After more than 60 years of providing a home for medical services to the Richardton area, groundbreaking for a new Richardton Health Center is set in the spring of 2014.

The Dickinson Press, 10/20/2013

From trash to treasure: Krebs Kreations features custom steel fabrication, woodworking and taxidermy products

Tom Krebs of Dickinson looks at a pile of scrap metal with an artist’s eye. He can envision an eagle, scorpion, pheasant or starfish by welding a few parts together.

The Dickinson Press, 10/13/2013

Church to host pumpkin patch

The St. Joseph’s Catholic Church youth group is bringing a pumpkin patch to Dickinson on Sunday, Oct. 20.

The Dickinson Press, 10/13/2013

Over the top with tomatoes

"Holy Tomatoes!” That’s what a neighbor exclaimed when she saw how many green tomatoes were ripening at Samantha Froehlich’s home south of Belfield.

The Dickinson Press, 10/13/2013

Trouble follows Henry Perkins when he finds "Funny Money"

Henry Perkins finds himself with a dilemma when he discovers a briefcase stuffed with a great deal of cash.

The Dickinson Press, 10/06/2013

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