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The disappearance of Eric Haider plagued Dickinson for three years. What began as a missing persons investigation, soured by allegations of police indifference and ineptitude, evolved slowly from hopes of a triumphant return to the discovery of his body buried alive. Questions remain on the circumstances surrounding the death of Eric Haider.
More than 5,000 students qualified for the 2022 presidential scholar awards as a result of their SAT or ACT scores, or through nominations.
A southwestern North Dakota dental practice has started using VELscope, a revolutionary device using LED light sources to identify abnormalities down to the bone. That deep look can help detect problems much earlier than just a glance. April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month.
An unsolved case turns cold on the Western Edge of North Dakota, but police never give up in trying to solve it. Nearly 10 years after a pair of gruesome murders caught Dickinson by surprise, police solve the case with a confession a decade in the making.

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An overview of seasonal affective disorder, also commonly known as the "winter blues," from a report from the U.S. National Library of Medicine National Institute of Health and input from Dr. Andrew McLean, who is the Psychiatry and Behavioral Science Department chair at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences.
Richard Bartz walks The Press through the biggest case he worked as a detective for the Dickinson Police Department in the early 1980s.
Neil Krinke has been farming on the same family farm for more than 150 years south of Scranton, N.D. While his primary crop has always been wheat, he has another crop that people will find amazing — rare cars, signs and many hard to find dry western metal Ford bodies that hot rodders are always in the hunt to find. And in a 1929 Model A, he met the love of his life: Rosalie.
In Dickinson, more than 200 medical professionals and community supporters gathered on Thursday, Aug. 26, to protest the federal and private vaccination mandates as conditions of employment — citing the rapid transition from 'Hero to Zero' in treatment.
The road from premature birth to powerlifting record holder hasn’t been an easy one for Dickinson's McKenzie Haven, who relies on her family and trainer to help with ongoing struggles with hyper anxiety.
As the highest natural point in the state of North Dakota, White Butte sits at a 3,506-foot incline. Located in Slope County, the journey to hike White Butte is a scenic route that takes you into the heartland of agriculture.

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Former Miss World America Audra Mari visits the Badlands Dinosaur Museum on the fourth episode of "Backroads with Audra Mari."
There are “assignments” for newspaper reporters, and then there are “ASSIGNMENTS.” A mysterious man has been spotted walking the streets of Dickinson dressed as Spider-Man. His antics have taken Dickinson children by storm and have garnered the attention of thousands on Facebook. Now The Press has been tasked with “finding Spider-Man” and we are on it.
Steve Irsfeld, of Dickinson, is a pharmacist on a mission. Irsfeld is a well known figure in the community and his podcast, blog and columns for The Dickinson Press guide the community in formulating solutions for healthcare problems that aren't typically solved with conventional medicine.

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