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Stark Co. Park Board approves $1.7M land buy for fairgrounds: Money comes from previous property sales

March 20, 2014 in Uncategorized

The Stark County Park Board on Thursday unanimously approved the purchase of a $1.73 million plot of land for the future “Badlands Events Center.”

The board approved the purchase agreement for the roughly 87 acres being sold by Dean and Shirle…continue reading on thedickinsonpress.com

Stark Co. Park Board approves $1.7M land buy for fairgrounds: Money comes from previous property sales

March 20, 2014 in Uncategorized

The Stark County Park Board on Thursday unanimously approved the purchase of a $1.73 million plot of land for the future “Badlands Events Center.”

The board approved the purchase agreement for the roughly 87 acres being sold by Dean and Shirle…continue reading on thedickinsonpress.com

Dickinson’s tale of 2 carnivals

May 22, 2013 in The Dickinson Press

It is the best of times, it is the worst of times, but for this southwest North Dakota city experiencing an oil boom the second in the last half-century this is now a tale of two carnivals. The Roughrider Commission and the city have each decided to host summer carnivals this year. Continue Reading

‘Great rodeo enthusiast’: ’09 Rodeo/Rancher of the Year passes away at farm in tractor-related incident

August 29, 2012 in The Dickinson Press

Killdeer is mourning the loss of native son and 2009 Roughrider Commission Rodeo/Rancher of the Year Thorris Sandvick, who is fondly remembered as a rodeo enthusiast and a good man by those who knew him. Continue Reading

Area groups seek $1.3M from city officials

June 14, 2012 in The Dickinson Press

Representatives from 14 Dickinson area organizations asked the Dickinson City Commission for almost $1.34 million more than four times the amount awarded last year for their 2013 budgets Thursday during a special meeting at City Hall. Continue Reading

Taking a break from winter with…. Dickinson’s Cabin Fever Benefit

February 4, 2012 in The Dickinson Press

Miranda and Mitch Massey of Dickinson relied on Bismarck’s Ronald McDonald House when their twin daughters were born prematurely in November 2010.
“It gave us a place to stay and we didn’t have to drive 100 miles to go home,” Miranda Massey said.
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