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One-year anniversary of death of Rolette Co. Deputy Colt Allery


Blue Alert System used for the first time in Bismarck


Bismarck Animal Advisory Board discusses 2018 ordinances


Tourism rates at Fort Abraham Lincoln expected to rise


Minot city council lifts ban on certain species of snakes, keeps ban on backyard hens and BSL


Burleigh County pledges to help with shelter situation


Lt. Gov. Sanford discusses work force for millennials in Bottineau


Lt. Gov. Sanford brings 'Main Street Initiative' to Bottineau


Berg Elementary to open for K-5 next year


New Fairview Fire Hall is open for business


Changes possible for plat ordinance in Mandan


Public works building in Mandan getting a remodel


Turtle Lake terminates law enforcement contract


Bismarck Police Chief Dan Donlin announces retirement


Crosby couple celebrates 75 years and counting


Wife of fired Ward County deputy speaks out at personnel meeting


High schoolers showcase Beauty of Dream Catchers


Family at center of Enchanted Highway controversy speaks out


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Wife of deported Michigan man to attend State of the Union

Rep. Debbie Dingell, D-Michigan, announced Thursday that she had invited Cindy Garcia to be her guest to President Donald Trump's first State of the Union speech in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 30.

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13 captive siblings allowed to eat once a day, shower once a year

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