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- 2 Priest removes gay couple from volunteer posts in Lewistown Catholic church
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Dave Archer, an agriculture economist at the Northern Plains Research Laboratory south of Mandan, N.D., stands last week in a plot of wheat stubble that was also planted with six varieties of canola seeds last fall. The research will determine if the non-traditional canola seeds for this cli…
Dave Archer, an agriculture economist at the Northern Plains Research Laboratory south of Mandan, looks at two computer screens showing what canola plants look like and where the crop is planted in North Dakota.
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…
On Monday Fr. Kregg Hochhalter, dean of students and acting principal at Dickinson Trinity High School, leads the junior and senior classes in a prayer as they go back to temporary classrooms at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church.
Dickinson Trinity High School sophomores stand in lunch line at Prairie Rose Elementary School on Monday as much younger students share their cafeteria and school with the displaced class for the rest of the school year.
A Berg Elementary School student, lower right, looks for his signature on a bulletin board displayed in a hallway welcoming displaced Trinity High School ninth-grade students Monday.
A professional cleaning team was using the north parking lot as a staging area at Dickinson Trinity High School.
Dickinson Trinity senior Briana Dolechek.
Dickinson Trinity junior Brett Mortenson.
Dickinson Trinity High School counselor/teacher Heather Schieno.
Annika Plummer, second from right, holds a portrait of her deceased husband, Tyler, made from flower seeds, while kneeling next to Tyler’s father, Boyd, left, and mother, Susan, far right, last week in the lobby of the Eye Bank of North Dakota in Bismarck, N.D.
John Bridges, left, pleaded guilty to the kidnapping and murder of Lee Edward Clay last month during his arraignment on Thursday at the Burleigh County Courthouse in Bismarck, N.D.