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The theme for this year’s Philip High School prom was “Born To Be Wild.” The Fine Arts Building was filled with audience members there to view the Grand March of the prom couples. Blake Puhlman and Ted’Dee Buffalo were voted in as the prom king and queen. After the couples were introduced, the audience was ushered out so the meal and dancing could begin for the prom participants. Prom...

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We need your support, but more importantly, Special Olympics needs your help. We have registered a team for the Unified Relay Across America, a once in a lifetime experience that will deliver the...

Western North Dakota rancher Les Fritz celebrated his 100th birthday Sunday March 15, surrounded by friends and family. At age 98, he enjoyed the Deadwood to Medora wagon train, as pictured here...

“We need to do anything and everything to see what we can do to see if any student can come into this industry,” said Jerry Kroetch, president of Scotchman Industries, Inc.
Kroetch was...

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