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For high school and college teams in town, the first weekend in April typically brings a flurry of athletic activity.
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President Donald Trump has approved Gov. Doug Burgum's request for a major disaster declaration as the state's COVID-19 total keeps rising.
Bismarck and Mandan public schools and others around the state are busy educating students remotely amid the coronavirus outbreak.
The latest North Dakota coronavirus news: scams, flood loans and more.
Construction equipment giant Doosan Bobcat is suspending production at its manufacturing facilities for two weeks in response to the coronavir…
Bismarck’s yard waste drop sites are to be open by Friday.
A 22-year-old Hazen woman has been charged with felony sexual assault involving a 16-year-old boy.
MINOT — A Minot police officer is quarantined after testing positive for the coronavirus and five other city employees who were in contact wit…
Candidates are being sought for an upcoming vacancy on North Dakota's State Board of Higher Education.
Read through the obituaries published today in The Bismarck Tribune.
Bismarck High School senior Gabrielle Belanger is a three-time recipient of the National Honor Society's Outstanding Volunteer award for servi…
Unemployment is booming amid the coronavirus pandemic, and laid off workers are looking for jobs, and hope.
This pandemic has an unknown end date, and the peaks and valleys and urges to practice social distancing may continue for weeks to come.
The forecast for Thursday in Minneapolis calls for a high of 59 degrees and a chance of afternoon showers.
Get a recap of Tuesday's local news stories from The Bismarck Tribune.
Officials boosting efforts to expand emergency workforce, and telling North Dakotas to save their empty hand sanitizer bottles.
The North Dakota High School Activities Association Board of Directors voted to extend the suspension of the spring sports season indefinitely…
The latest North Dakota coronavirus news: insurance bulletins, downtown parking, Blind Joe and more.
A Mandan man is charged with felony child neglect after allegedly crashing a vehicle while heavily intoxicated with his 1-year-old son in the car.