Nolan Dix will be doing double duty this summer. Returning to his role on the bench as head coach of the Post 115 Hettinger/Scranton/Bowman Bears, Dix is also going to…
KNDC’s listening audience will soon be entertained by the voice of a new radio personality. Somer Nagel—formerly of AgPro Equipment—started at the radio station last week on Tuesday, May 2,…
Hitters returning, team hopes to develop young pitching
After seven years of riding the waves, Jill Anderson leaving KNDC, radio business
Another product of Hettinger/Scranton sports is headed to the collegiate level.
Alignment, pitching rules change for upcoming Legion Baseball season
After a stellar season, two Hettinger/Scranton legion baseball players made the All-Region teams for the West Region.
The Post 115 Bears ended their season in the quarterfinals of the Class B West Region Legion Tournament in extra innings on a walk-off single by one of Surrey’s best…
Legion baseball picks up again this week in Bismarck.
Two Post 115 pitchers combine for no-hitter to start week-long marathon of games Two pitchers threw a no-hitter against Crosby to start a week-long marathon of baseball games for Post…
A trio of Hettinger baseball players put their talents on display for scouts of the highest level during a camp in Mandan a few weeks ago.
Bears get beat in two close games in first contests on their home field.
It’s farewell, but not goodbye. After 33 years of service, former West River Health Services CEO Jim Long retired. His last day was Thursday, June 2.
As the high school baseball season comes to an end, legion play begins.
Nolan Dix, KNDC Radio broadcaster, was presented with an award of merit from the North Dakota High School Coaches Association (NDHSCA), for his promotion of athletics.