A tyrannosaur skeleton bound for Dickinson and a mummified Edmontosaurus reopening in Bismarck make up some of the best dinosaur specimens going on public display in North Dakota.
In the fall of 2020, the State Historical Society put new drone cameras to use to help study the exposed Abner O'Neal steamboat wreck on the Missouri River near Wilton.
Here’s what people are uncovering in The Bismarck Tribune newspaper archives. Search our historical issues for obituaries, marriage and birth announcements, social pages and local sports. To see more and subscribe, visit https://bismarcktribune.com/archives.
Ninety years ago — December 28, 1930 — people gathered on what was then the north side of Bismarck to watch as a Sunday morning fire destroyed the state Capitol.
Not all of 2020 was dominated by coronavirus news. Here's a look at non-virus stories from the year.
Gov. Doug Burgum on Wednesday returned the long-lost military identification tag of a North Dakota soldier to his widow.
The coronavirus pandemic is not the first outbreak to challenge North Dakota's Legislature.
The State Historical Society of North Dakota is accepting personal stories and items documenting the coronavirus pandemic. Archived records tell similar stories of the 1918 flu pandemic.
Here some old photos, mixed in with a few more recent ones, from our archives. We've included names and dates when they were included in the photos. Some of them are undated or not everyone is identified.
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It was around this time each year Gitchee Gumi Race took place on the Missouri River between Bismarck and Mandan.
On April 5, 1997, 15 inches of snow dropped on the Bismarck-Mandan area. 101.6 inches of snowfall was measured in Bismarck over the course of the 1996-97 winter.