July 4 fireworks display at Minot's Nodak Speedway canceled

The July 4th fireworks display at the Nodak Speedway in Minot has officially been canceled.


A public hearing in Ashley, N.D., regarding a wind farm scheduled for Wednesday has been postponed by the Public Service Commission.


Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he is delaying a vote on a Senate health care bill while GOP leadership works toward getting enough votes.



The Public Service Commission has scheduled a public hearing for a 230 kV transmission line that would service Ward and McHenry Counties.


Planned power outage scheduled between 4th, 5th Street on Broadway Ave.


Governor proclaims drought, fire emergency for entire state of North Dakota


Family passes torch down generations


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Bismarck Public Schools Board Meeting


Crews respond to fire at Capitol RV in Bismarck for second time in two weeks


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How to write a love song for your city


Industrial hemp continues to grow even during drought conditions


Pet psychic communicates with animals


Minot Main Street Minute: CornerStone Chiropractic, Pearson Chiropractic


Bill introduced to Improve School Kitchen Equipment throughout the state


Minot man sentenced for dragging horse, assaulting man


Sidney kids get creative in Art Camp


July 4 fireworks in Minot at risk of being canceled for lack of funding


Blue-green algae linked to livestock deaths in N.D.


Search, rescue teams working to find missing boater on Lake Metigoshe


Bismarck Wolves honor teammate who died in car wreck


Budget office: Senate health bill adds 22 million uninsured


Jury selection complete in Williston GSI, attempted murder case


Bismarck PD reminds public to be cautious after several reported burglaries


79-year-old Bismarck woman falls victim to phone scam


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