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Bismarck Tribune

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U.S. Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson joined Grand Forks area and state officials to celebrate something "ironic" in the words of Tom Swoyer... [Read More]
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A local tobacco shop owner accused of possessing drug paraphernalia for use with controlled substances changed his plea to guilty on Monday in South Central... [Read More]
Whiting Petroleum has hired a third-party investigator to help determine what caused oil tanks to catch fire Saturday at a well site near Watford City,... [Read More]
More than 150 health care professionals and community service providers from across North Dakota will meet in session at the Ramkota Hotel and Conference Center... [Read More]
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The North Dakota Department of Agriculture is launching a new program to help landowners resolve concerns related to wind energy development. [Read More]
Police in Bismarck responded around 2:30 p.m. Sunday to a call about a squirrel struck by a dart on the 1300 block of North 20th... [Read More]
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A Bismarck man has pleaded not guilty to 15 felony and misdemeanor charges in connection to a July 2 shooting and his subsequent arrest in... [Read More]
North Dakota Highway Patrol has identified a man killed Thursday in a motorcycle crash near Linton. [Read More]
North Dakota Highway Patrol has identified a man killed Thursday in a motorcycle crash near Linton. [Read More]
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In the last few weeks up in windswept Harding County, sheriff's deputies have driven down long, dirt roads to serve court papers to landowners, announcing... [Read More]
For years, Bismarck and Mandan school districts have seen continuous enrollment growth due to the state's economic boom in oil activity. [Read More]
VeeAnn Rice, 66. [Read More]
James Grosz, 84, 12:30 p.m., Cathedral of the Holy Spirit, Bismarck. (Eastgate Funeral Service, Bismarck) [Read More]
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This is Up and Down, where we give a brief thumbs up and thumbs down on the issues from the past week. [Read More]
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A company that operates oil pipelines in North Dakota is promoting an alternative method to cleaning up spills: introducing bugs to contaminated soil. [Read More]
A company that operates oil pipelines in North Dakota is promoting an alternative method to cleaning up spills: introducing bugs to contaminated soil. [Read More]
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Now more than ever, farmers who believe in the future of ethanol need to speak up for it, says Gerald Bachmeier, president of the North... [Read More]
A group of mostly elderly South Koreans are crossing into North Korea to reunite with family members many haven't seen nor heard from since the... [Read More]
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The high school football season kicks into high gear this week with all five Bismarck schools and Mandan playing for the first time. [Read More]
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It won't be a usual grain marketing year for Northern Plains farmers and grain elevator companies. Farmers and elevator operators are looking at temporary storage... [Read More]
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