The Mayor's Economic Development Advisory Group will hold the Bismarck Mayor's Livability Summit from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. March 9 at the Bismarck State College National Energy Center of Excellence.
Family Wellness at 2620 46th Ave. S.E. will open Jan. 17.
Bis-Man Transit's newest revision proposals for fixed and paratransit service will be revisited at today's Bismarck City Commission meeting, which begins at 5:15 p.m. at the City/County Building.
Burleigh and Morton counties have scheduled early voting from Oct. 25 through Nov. 7.
Capital Area Transit, the fixed bus route of Bis-Man Transit, has created a new permanent transfer site north of the Bismarck Event Center.
Service hours for the Jefferson Lines bus depot, at the Bismarck‐Mandan Transit Center will change Saturday.The eastbound bus will leave the depot at 3:20 a.m. for Fargo. The westbound bus departs at 5:45 a.m. for Billings, Mont. The bus depot will be open from 2:15 to 6:15 a.m. and 10 a.m. …
The Lower Heart Water District is working with an engineering firm to determine how to improve Mandan's levee system on the Heart River.
Santa or Mrs. Claus can call your child on Dec. 20 via the Bismarck Parks and Recreation third annual Santa's Hotline service.
As the $8.8 million expansion of the Schaumberg Arena adds a second sheet of ice, name changes are pending for the facility.
A group is aiming to turn Bismarck Municipal Airport's 80-year-old Hangar No. 5 into an aviation museum as a third round of bids go out to move the structure from its current location.The 30,000-square-foot hangar must be relocated as the airport plans for a larger airport apron, part of its…
Plans are being set to celebrate Lincoln's 40th anniversary as a city.
Brian Bitner, chairman of the Burleigh County Commission, is urging commissioners to lobby the state Legislature for increased rights for county residents living in the 4-mile extraterritorial zone outside the city limits.
All pirates, princes and pumpkins are invited to attend the Bismarck Parks and Recreation District's annual All City Halloween Party on Oct. 28. The party will run from 6 to 8 p.m. at the World War Memorial Building, 215 N. Sixth St. in Bismarck.
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North Dakota regulators have approved underground storage plans for the Project Tundra carbon capture effort in Oliver County northwest of Bismarck.
Active COVID-19 cases soared to a pandemic high in North Dakota on Saturday, increasing by more than 10% for a fourth straight day and reaching 11,991.
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — A state judge has refused to delay the release of thousands of documents related to security during the construction in North Dakota of the heavily protested Dakota Access Pipeline.
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Gov. Doug Burgum’s State of the State address has been rescheduled for next month in Fargo.
The man sentenced to spend the rest of his life in prison for killing four people at a rental management business on The Strip in Mandan three years ago plans to appeal his conviction.
One man is in custody and a warrant has been issued for another in connection with the theft last fall of drugs from the Glen Ullin Pharmacy that police said could be worth $160,000 on the street.
A judge has ruled that an attempted murder charge against a woman accused of rear-ending a motorcyclist at more than 100 mph can move to trial.
A 27-year-old man faces four felony charges for allegedly threatening to kill a Mandan store employee and assaulting her with a Taser he took from her during the altercation.
A state district judge on Friday refused to delay the release of thousands of documents related to security during the construction in North Dakota of the heavily protested Dakota Access Pipeline.
PIERRE, S.D. — South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem on Friday unveiled a proposal to ban nearly all abortions, mimicking a Texas law that leaves enforcement up to private citizens through lawsuits instead of through prosecutors and criminal charges.
PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — A Republican-dominated South Dakota House committee on Friday rejected Gov. Kristi Noem's proposal to require public schools to have a moment of silence to start the day.