Jackie Jahfetson

Former reporter

Jackie Jahfetson is a former reporter for The Dickinson Press.

Neil Krinke has been farming on the same family farm for years south of Scranton, North Dakota. While his primary crop has always been wheat, he has another crop that people will find amazing — rare cars, signs and many hard to find dry western metal Ford bodies that hot rodders are always in the hunt to find. And in a 1929 Model A, he met the love of his life: Rosalie.
The Great Western Cattle Trail was used during the late 19th century for movement of cattle and horses to markets in eastern and northern states. North Dakota Great Western Trail Chair Darrell Dorgan explains the process of marking the trail, courtesy of a handful of volunteers who placed obelisks and black marble markers from the South Dakota border to Belfield last summer and completed the remainder of the North Dakota portion in its entirety this summer.
Beni Paulson, of Richardton, rode bulls for 15 years and reached the pinnacle of his career when he competed at the Professional Bull Riders World Finals, where he was North Dakota’s first bull rider to ever qualify for the event. Now, Paulson is breeding and raising bucking bulls at his ranch.
Beni Paulson, of Richardton, rode bulls for 15 years and reached the pinnacle of his career when he competed at the Professional Bull Riders World Finals, where he was North Dakota’s first bull rider to ever qualify for the event. Now, Paulson is breeding and raising bucking bulls at his ranch.
Ed Binstock has been an auctioneer for more than 40 years. Here’s more from Binstock on his accomplishments in the auctioneer realm, including his time in the Philippine Islands where he auctioned off machinery.
Keeping the reins of western history intact is the North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame, located in Medora. Executive Director Rick Thompson gets ready to dust off another layer of history with the museum's opening May 1.
Law enforcement authorities have determined that this incident does not involve current North Dakota residents, nor an active farming, ranching or dairy operation, according to a Stark County Sheriff's Office Facebook post early Tuesday evening.
Adams and Perkins counties in both, North and South Dakota, suffered a major grassland fire last week with over 16,000 acres burnt. Local ranchers talk about the long-term effects the fire will have on the agricultural community, public relief and support.
A fire in Adams and Perkins counties claimed more than 20 miles of land as 20 area fire departments from North and South Dakota responded to help. The fire destroyed 19 farms and more than 20,000 acres of crops, with 2 firefighters injured in the blaze.
The Dakota Prairie Grasslands’ Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement and Record of Decision for the Northern Great Plains Management revision for Oil and Gas Leasing Project was released. What does it say?