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Jackie Jahfetson

Former reporter

Jackie Jahfetson is a former reporter for The Dickinson Press.

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.
The 2022 Governor’s Summit on Innovative Education in Dickinson featured a collection of notable speakers and emphasized the importance of equipping students with the essential skills.
Following the May 4 announcement that Chet Wollan would be stepping away from his role as co-host, the "Medora Musical" secured a replacement to fill his shoes for the summer-long show.
The North Dakota Department of Commerce Tourism and Marketing Division in partnership with More Than Just Parks will be releasing a short new film along with promotional content pieces promoting Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
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.
A 16-year-old daughter of a local administrative fire chief is slated to break two glass ceilings at the SkillsUSA Championships in June when she puts her training and passion on display.
On Saturday, Make-A-Wish North Dakota visited South Heart to surprise young Findley with a camper. Findley was diagnosed in November of 2020 with blastic plasmacytoid dendritic cell neoplasm — which is an extremely rare and aggressive type of cancer.
The North Dakota Department of Human Services’ Behavioral Health Division has awarded a $1.6 million contract to the Heartview Foundation, based out of Bismarck, to establish licensed residential substance use disorder treatment services in Dickinson for adults with substance use disorders.
“My hope is that the people of Ukraine stand up and fight. Punch Putin right in the nose and kick him out. That’s a long shot, but it’s not unheard of... This is a scary time, and I do believe we have to act fervently," Emil Anheluk, of Dickinson, said.
“My hope is that the people of Ukraine stand up and fight. Punch Putin right in the nose and kick him out. That’s a long shot, but it’s not unheard of... This is a scary time, and I do believe we have to act fervently," Emil Anheluk, of Dickinson, said.