Bismarck Public School Board hosts expansion project meetings

Local schools honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Class teaches how to make art while recycling

UTTC students celebrate legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

ND Department of Public Instruction reveals new plan to evaluate state's education quality

New Trinity High School includes global chapel

New fieldhouse opens on U-Mary campus

Bismarck Public Schools invite public to bond election informational meetings

STEM for Girls Program teaches young girls to go above and beyond

Edison Lego Robotics Program takes off with community help

Williston State announces scholarship to help with on-campus housing costs

U-Mary grants provide teachers the opportunity to improve Native American education

Students stress over final exams

St. Mary's High School sophomore educates peers about concussions

North Dakota Association of Student Councils serve community during annual convention

University of Mary students remember the Great War

Bismarck Mandan Home Builders Association helps elementary school make holiday music

BPS outlines plans to increase space for middle, high schools

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