Dickinson High School freshman Logan Kostelecky figured some of his friends and a few others would show up to a head-shaving event in support of his battle with cancer Monday night.
In 1978, Kansas sang “all we are is dust in the wind.” For residents of southwestern North Dakota in 2013 caught in a dust storm on a windy day, that lyric can certainly ring true.
The Peace Garden State continues to receive high marks for air quality, despite dust issues plaguing the western part of the state. “North Dakota is one of a handful of states that meet all clean air standards,” Jim Semerad, North Dakota Department of Health’s Division of Air Quality Permitting and Compliance manager. “Newer air quality regulations that are in place and enforced and our low population all play into it.”
WILLISTON — Tana Turcotte has figured out a way she can make sure her kids get safely to school in the Oil Patch. She volunteered to drive the school bus.
The Dickinson High girls tennis team hasn't had a player earn a spot in the North Dakota state tennis tournament since 2009.
Progress has been the name of the game for Dickinson High senior Colbie Wanner for the last four track and field seasons.
North Dakota GOP chairman stepping down
Hearing scheduled in motion for Alfonso Rodriguez appeal
Federal disaster declaration requested for ND
Obama opposes GOP bill on Keystone XL oil pipeline
Carroll names former Purdue player as new men's hoops coach