Health and Education Reporter
Plans for the construction of two new elementary schools in Bismarck are well underway, with an initial groundbreaking expected this fall.
A committee devising a plan for COVID-19 vaccinations in North Dakota met publicly for the first time Wednesday, after three previous meetings held without public notice.
Bismarck Public Schools officials are working on plans for a mid- to late-October return of middle school and high school students for full-time in-person learning.
Bismarck School Board member Dan Eastgate (middle) speaks during Monday's board meeting.
Bismarck plastic surgeon and Republican Rep. Rick Becker has interest in serving as North Dakota's next State Health Officer.
Hospitalizations due to COVID-19 hit an all-time high Saturday as the state reported another eight deaths amid rising active case numbers.
An order that could have punished close contacts who don't quarantine for 14 days with a Class B misdemeanor was rescinded a day after it was issued.
Born into a farm and ranch family, Calli Thorne has a diversity of skills that would impress any city slicker. The Watford City mother, wife, …
Student enrollment at the University of Mary remains stable amid a coronavirus pandemic that many had predicted could devastate higher education.
The North Dakota Department of Health on Thursday reported eight new deaths related to COVID-19 as active cases rose to an all time high.