A former Mandan police officer charged with child sex crimes has waived his preliminary hearing and is set for trial in April.
The state Transportation Department is taking public comment on a proposed Interstate 94 project in Morton County.
Each spring the North Dakota League of Cities sponsors a statewide If I Were Mayor essay contest for third and seventh grade students. The con…
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North Dakota lawmakers are considering whether to move toward allowing extra-long trucks to travel Interstate 94 and other roadways, a practic…
Donations from the Salvation Army’s red kettle campaign fell short of the organization’s goal but the shortage was more than offset by donatio…
Friday, Jan. 15
One morning my eyes snapped open at the sound of a familiar rumbling engine outside my window.
Supporters of an unsuccessful 2020 ballot measure to legalize marijuana through North Dakota's constitution are trying again.
I’m not sure about either of my loyal readers, but last week I found myself glued to my television experiencing what seemed like a repeat of t…
Seniors Ryan Bergman and Livia Obrigewitch were named the Mandan Athletic Recreation Club's athletes of the month for December.
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Many Bismarck-Mandan families adopted a new cat or dog in 2020, a year that prompted pandemic-related changes for local animal agencies.
The first baby born in Bismarck in 2021, Asher James Kemnitz, sent his parents into a hand-washing and mask-wearing frenzy over the past nine months.
The Morton County Fair Board is restructuring and seeking new members.
The Mandan City Commission will review a proposed salary plan at its first February meeting after tabling the issue Tuesday night.
The ski and snowboard season is finally on at Huff Hills after warm weather caused the slopes to open about a month later than usual.