Having an exercise and diet buddy, whether human or animal, can help maintain the motivation to continue to exercise and eat healthfully.
The concept of the “personal Constitution,” which we introduced in this column last week, is personified in the First Amendment freedoms, part…
Mandan senior Taylor Leingang raised the bar at the Bismarck Public Schools Girls Invitational track meet April 9, and she's neither a high j…
25 Years Ago – 1996
Mandan voters greenlit an $84 million bond to build a new high school and elementary school.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it's still evaluating whether the Dakota Access Pipeline must shut down during an environmental study, l…
LaDonna Allard, a Fort Yates resident and founder of the first Dakota Access Pipeline protest camp, died on April 10.
If you’re like me, you dread finding that first wood tick of the season. I will admit it: there might be a little screaming involved. You can …
The Morton County Sheriff’s Office has identified the body of a 45-year-old man found in the Missouri River on Sunday.
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Thanks to my grandson Tristan, I’ve been able to visit most of the baseball parks in Bismarck and Mandan. For the record I’ve never been much …
Dakota Cowboys for Christ fellowship meets at 7 p.m. Sunday at Kist Livestock in Mandan.
The North Dakota Highway Patrol has identified the Bismarck man killed April 9 in a crash in Mandan.
A bill to allow long-term care residents an "essential caregiver" passed the House of Representatives on Friday.
A Bismarck man facing three felonies stemming from a March 2020 stabbing in Mandan was sentenced March 29 to six years in prison.
A Mandan man was sentenced Tuesday to four years in prison for bank fraud and transporting stolen cattle across state lines.
Two Mandan residents are in custody on charges of attempted murder and conspiracy in connection with a stabbing in early March in Bismarck.