DICKINSON, N.D. — A Dickinson-based judge has approved a prosecutor's request to dismiss charges in the case of a former high school principal accused of setting fire to his school in March.
BISMARCK, N.D. — Attorneys for Thomas Sander, the former Dickinson Trinity High School principal accused of starting a March 3 fire that badly damaged the school, allege police ignored a confession from a Trinity student.
DICKINSON, N.D. — The former principal of Trinity High School says he wasn’t read his rights prior to interviews with officers and some of his statements were coerced.
DICKINSON, N.D. — Seniors at Trinity High School in Dickinson returned to their fire-damaged school to graduate — something many didn’t think would be possible.
The Crucifixtion on the wall and the phrase “We will Rise Again” printed on the back of t-shirts worn by Dickinson Trinity students and faculty can be thought of as metaphor of the Lenten season and how the school will bounce back from the circumstances from a fire that seriously damaged the…
DICKINSON, N.D. — Contrary to the general rule, about 250 teenagers were happy to be in school Monday.
DICKINSON, N.D. — An acting principal was named for Dickinson Trinity High School on Friday and students at the fire-damaged school got a visit from the bishop of the Bismarck Roman Catholic diocese as the investigation into the fire continued.
DICKINSON, N.D. — The burnt smell of Trinity High School in Dickinson permeates the building, with the front office area almost wholly blackened and charred.
It's been a week since a fire ripped through Huntley Project High School, a disaster that sent the school's sports programs -- and more importantly its administration and student body -- into a state of flux.
This past week’s games were a little closer than the week before. Glasgow claimed a narrow win over Shepherd 28-27 as the Mustangs failed on a two-point conversion in the waning seconds. Shorthanded Wibaux downed Culbertson-Bainville in a battle of Eastern C contenders 20-6 and in a rivalry …
In case you have absolutely no idea of what happened this past weekend, start off with our GPS Weekly recap.
Thursday evening, I drove to Lodge Grass to watch Huntley Project's volleyball team. I had a chance to talk to a couple players and coach Iona Stookey about how they're coping after losing their school. You can see the interviews, along with some highlights of their three-game sweep over Lod…