November 29, 2012 in The Daily Republic
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August 5, 2012 in Worthington Daily Globe
Company puts all its operations under one roof
WORTHINGTON People looking to add a phone line, check out Internet service rates, drop off a payment or ask a question about their phone bill might be surprised to find that the Frontier customer service office is no longer located in the storefront at 922 Fifth Ave. Continue Reading
October 21, 2011 in The Jamestown Sun
Jamestown College will not be playing football in the Frontier Conference, at least not for now.
The league’s presidents tabled a vote on Wednesday on Jamestown College’s application to join the Montana-based league in football only.
July 28, 2011 in The Jamestown Sun
The two new potential homes for Jamestown College athletics are taking two different approaches.
Jamestown College is considering the Frontier Conference, which like the Jimmies’ current home the Dakota Athletic Conference is a member of the NAIA, and the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference, an NCAA Division III league. The primary difference between the two is scholarships: the NAIA offers them, Division III does not.
November 2, 2010 in INFORUM
Frontier Conference commissioner Kent Paulson said Tuesday that Dickinson State was the only school of seven contacted by the conference in late September to submit an application for full membership in the NAIA league. Continue Reading
August 25, 2010 in The Dickinson Press
From the Dickinson State president’s suite overlooking the Badlands Activities Center, officials from the Dakota Athletic Conference and Frontier Conference sat down to discuss potential partnership possibilities. Continue Reading
August 20, 2010 in The Jamestown Sun
DICKINSON Anything and everything will be on the table for discussion when Dakota Athletic Conference and Frontier Conference officials meet here next week.
DAC Commissioner Lavern Jessen said Thursday that presidents and athletic directors from the two conferences will meet on Wednesday, Aug. 25 at the Badlands Activities Center to discuss their potential future together in a meeting NAIA President and CEO Jim Carr also plans to attend.
While the meeting could be a preliminary step in merger talks, Jessen said officials must first decide if it is economically feasible for the two conferences to work together.