Election Day Guide to Voting on Measures 1-8
Just in case you're still confused about the various ballot measures up for a vote on Election Day (and you're not alone), here's a general rundown, as it appears on the official state government website.
Bismarck: Don't Let the Bedbugs Bite!
Officials at a Bismarck-Mandan living facility have reported an outbreak of bedbugs.
D-Day Remembered 70 Years Later [Videos]
"Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it." - George Santayana
Did Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl Desert the Army? [POLL]
The celebration quickly dampened for many as allegations emerged that released POW Bowe Bergdahl was a deserter, and that the Obama Administration violated the law in arranging his release.
Taliban Frees Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, American POW Held Captive for Five Years
Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, an American soldier held captive in Afghanistan for the last five years, is coming home.
Tornado Strikes Watford City
Nine people were injured when a tornado touched down last evening (5/26) at a man camp near Watford City, North Dakota.
Bobcats Clips Wings, Advance
The crowd at the V.F.W. certainly got their money's worth, as the Bismarck Bobcats routed the Aberdeen Wings Friday 5-0.
One Group Thinks Laws Against Texting While Driving are Unnecessary
The crackdown on texting/driving in North Dakota is underway. Who in their right mind thinks this is a bad idea? Funny you should ask...
Bismarck Famous Dave's Waitress Fired Over Tipping Picture
A picture of a Bismarck waitress holding a sign asking for "spare change" has generated responses from hundreds of Facebook subscribers.
ND Fire Crews Sent to Southwest
Fifty-three state and tribal firefighters from North Dakota are deployed in the southwestern part of the country fighting wildfires.
Stormy Saturday in Bis-Man
A violent storm rolled through the Bismarck-Mandan area around 10 PM Saturday, bringing with it heavy rain, hail and some flash flooding.
Minot Airman Killed in Canoe Accident
An airman with the 5th Bomb Wing at Minot Air Force Base died in a canoeing accident over the weekend.
Drowning Victim ID’d
The Burleigh County Sheriff’s Department has identified a man who drowned in the Missouri River on Sunday as Ralph E. Haycock.
NAVY NAME SHIP AFTER BISMARCK
The congressional delegation of North Dakota says the U.S. Navy is naming one of its next high-speed ships after the city of Bismarck
Lincoln Man Charged in Mom’s Death
A Lincoln man has been charged with attempted murder and felonious restraint in the Thursday incident in which one person died and three were injured.
“Fargo” Goes to Canada: Fargoans Disappointed
Some Fargo officials say they are disappointed that a TV version of the Oscar-winning movie "Fargo" is not going to be made in Fargo.
White House OKs ND Disaster Request
President Barack Obama Wednesday approved Gov. Jack Dalrymple’s request for a federal disaster declaration to help 16 North Dakota counties and the Spirit Lake Reservation recover from major spring flooding.
Bis-Man Schools “Duck and Cover” for Safety
Baby boomers remember the days of "duck and cover" drills during the Cold War. As it turns out, many schools in Bismarck/Mandan and elsewhere have similar drills to deal with possible tornado emergencies.
GAS PRICES HIT RECORD HIGH
Several area stations reported prices of $4.14 per gallon for unleaded gasoline containing 10 percent ethanol and $4.24 per gallon for regular unleaded as of Thursday afternoon.
F-Bomb Newscaster Lands New “Gig”
We have word that A.J. Clemente, the ex-Bismarck newscaster who blew his gig when he let slip the F-bomb, has returned to his old job.