Runners conquer Harmon Lake Trail Fest

Runners of all shapes, sizes, and skill levels were challenging the trails around Harmon Lake June 23 and 24.


20-year-old Michael Westphal of Bismarck died in a crash near Underwood on southbound Hwy 83 Saturday night.


On December 7th, 1941, North Dakota native Arnold Neuenschwander was assigned to the USS Oklahoma, which was docked at Ford Island, Pearl Harbor.



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North Dakota's Cowboy Hall of Fame inducts eight


Minot, Church go to court over eminent domain dispute


Former inmate defeats odds against him


Runners conquer Harmon Lake Trail Fest


North Dakota's Cowboy Hall of Fame inducts eight


Sailor who died at Pearl Harbor returned to North Dakota


Minot flood protection work delayed


State Water Commission awards Minot $1 million for levee upgrades


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Man accused of injuring police officer makes initial appearance


Art from the Heart offers art experience for all ages


Vets who've sacrificed limbs climb mountains


A look at the process of chip sealing Bismarck's roads


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Bismarck woman doesn't let age slow her down


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N.D. counties affected by drought eligible for USDA's Livestock Forage Disaster Program


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Trial rescheduled for multi-million dollar Jamaican lottery scam


Guilty plea in undercover meth bust in Minot


USDA releases CRP acres for emergency grazing in N.D.


Governor Burgum declares drought emergency


Controversy from Johnny Depp remarks that he supports the assassination of President Trump


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