25 Years Ago – 1997
Helm earns $2K in scholarships
The Morton County 4-H Meats judging team placed second overall at the state contest on May 7 in Fargo.
As producers and livestock recover from the recent winter storms we have had, it is important to remember that managing stress is important, pasture turnout will be delayed and livestock stress will continue to impact livestock.
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North Dakota officials are accepting public comments on the draft 2022-26 State Plan on Aging.
A Bismarck man faces attempted murder and other felony charges after a Friday incident in which Mandan police say a woman was assaulted until her eyes were swollen nearly shut.
Income eligibility guidelines for treatment services through the North Dakota Health Department's Division of Special Health Services have increased based on changes in federal poverty levels.
A man awaiting sentencing for murder in the hit-and-run death of a 77-year-old Mandan man has pleaded guilty to Burleigh County charges from the same day.
An outbreak of disease in western North Dakota deer last year cut into the success of hunters during the fall season, and it's reducing the number of licenses being offered for this year's hunt.
North Dakota's South Central Judicial District had 100 jury trials last year, a vast difference from the Fargo-area East Central Judicial District's 41.
Federal officials have rejected an argument that BNSF Railway does not own the Bismarck-Mandan Rail Bridge, a move that might prompt a local preservation group to sue to try to save the structure from demolition.
Gov. Doug Burgum has relaxed driving restrictions for commercial truckers transporting agricultural products such as fertilizer, to help North Dakota farmers dealing with delayed spring planting.
Dakota Cowboys for Christ fellowship meets at 7 p.m. Sunday at Kist Livestock in Mandan.
The Morton Mandan Public Library seeks letters of interest for two appointments to the board of trustees, according to information released by the city of Mandan.
North Dakota's Health Department is conducting tick surveillance again this year with the help of voluntary participants across the state.
MANDAN’S HARRIS SIGNS WITH BSC
A Washburn man in prison after pleading guilty to rape in Morton County has pleaded not guilty to five sexual assault charges in a Burleigh County case.
State officials for a second time have refused to wade into a debate over who owns the historic Bismarck-Mandan Rail Bridge, potentially leaving the courts as the last option to settle the matter before the structure is demolished.