Dickinson

Police Say Remains are of Teen Missing for More Than 6 Years

Authorities say they are continuing to investigate the circumstances surrounding the death.

DICKINSON, N.D.–Authorities say human remains found in western North Dakota in December are those of a 15-year-old boy who was reported missing in the Dickinson area more than six years ago. The Stark County Sherriff’s Office says the remains of Edward Stubbs, also known as Ashton Lebaron, were discovered by a resident on Dec. 11 in the area of Radar…

Dickinson Man Killed by Lightning Strike

Brierley was working as a volunteer to spruce up the trails at the recreation area when some storms rolled through.

Courtesy: Fox NewsRICHARDTON, N.D. (AP) _ A medical examiner has confirmed a lightning strike caused the death of a man at the Schnell Recreation Area near Richardton. The body of 33-year-old Kyle Brierley, of Dickinson, was found near his pickup truck Sunday. Friends say Brierley was working as a volunteer to spruce up the trails at the recreation area when…

Ex-Teacher Arrested in North Dakota on Oklahoma Rape Charge

Bodine remains in a North Dakota jail on a $100,000 bond.

TULSA, Okla. (AP) – A former special education teacher charged in the rape of a student in Oklahoma has been arrested in North Dakota. 43-year-old Daniel Albert Cline Bodine was arrested Tuesday in Dickinson, North Dakota. Prosecutors say Bodine repeatedly had sex with one of his students at Oologah High School between November 2018 and May 2019. A probable cause…

14-Year-Old Girl Killed in Scooter Crash in Dickinson

Isabel Ann Obrien failed to yield at a stop sign and struck a semi on the passenger side.

DICKINSON, N.D.  – The North Dakota Highway Patrol says a 14-year-old girl on a motorized scooter was killed when she crashed into a semi in Dickinson. The patrol says the crash happened Monday near an Interstate 94 business loop intersection. Authorities say Isabel Ann Obrien, of South Heart, failed to yield at a stop sign and struck the semi on…

Dickinson Electrician Begins Petitions Against Three Bills, Including Teddy Roosevelt Library Funding

Riley Kuntz says a $50 million endowment to operate the library is not a good use of taxpayer money

BISMARCK, ND — A Dickinson electrician is heading an effort to overturn three bills recently passed by the North Dakota Legislature, including funding for the proposed Theodore Roosevelt presidential library. Riley Kuntz says a $50 million endowment to operate the library is not a good use of taxpayer money. He also submitted referral petitions to stop new restrictions on the state…

Company Gets Approval For Next Step To Open Four More Medical Marijuana Centers

North Dakota Health Department anticipates seven dispensaries in the state will be registered and operational by the end of this year

BISMARCK, ND — Four more dispensary applications for medical marijuana have been approved to move forward in North Dakota. GR Vending ND LLC, also known as Grassroots Cannabis, is one step closer to getting a certificate from the health department for locations in Devils Lake, Dickinson, Jamestown and Minot. They are already operating in Fargo as The Botanist. The health department…

North Dakota HS State Wrestling Championships Begin at the Fargodome

Team Competition wraps up Friday, with inidividual semifinals and finals on Saturday

FARGO, N.D. — Schools from all over the state traveled to the Fargodome to begin the individual rounds of the North Dakota High School State Wrestling championships. In the 126 weight class, Fargo North’s Danny Montukwa defeated Cullen Murphy from Dickinson. He will go on to face Jacob Thomas out of Fargo South in the next round. Dickinson had better…

Armstrong Resigns State Senate Seat As He Prepares For Congress

Armstrong served a state senator for District 36, serving the Dickinson area, since 2012

DICKINSON, ND — U.S. Congressman-elect Kelly Armstrong has resigned from his seat in the North Dakota State Senate. Armstrong served a state senator for District 36, serving the Dickinson area, since 2012. He will be sworn in as North Dakota’s lone Congressman on January 3. Armstrong said he was honored to serve the area and that he is now humbled “to…

Kelly Armstrong And Mac Schneider To Debate In Race For U.S. House Seat

Republican And Democrat Both Won Endorsements At Their Party Conventions

BISMARCK, N.D. — North Dakota U.S. House candidates are holding their first debate next month in Bismarck. Republican State Sen. Kelly Armstrong of Dickinson and Democrat Mac Schneider of Grand Forks both won endorsements at their recent party conventions. The debate is scheduled for 10:30 a.m. on May 5 at the Bismarck Radisson Hotel. The event is sponsored by the…

Food Services of America Puts on Annual Thrive Food Show at Fargodome

More than 120 vendors were at the expo

FARGO, N.D. — Food service experts say the first three years are the most difficult for a new restaurant for a variety of reasons. “You’re trying to get your management staff up to what your goal is if you’re the owner, operator. What’s the culture? What are you trying to accomplish over the next five years,” said Richard Byers, with…