Alleged Jamaican scammers arraigned

Bismarck barber of more than 50 years cuts his last head of hair

Americans change jobs on average every four years. These days it's rare for employees to work in the same industry for an entire career. There are a few exceptions, like a blue collar barber from Bismarck who's kept customers clean-cut for more than fifty years.

Workers Memorial Day

Labor unions across the country and in Bismarck are recognizing those who died on the job today.

Main Street Minute: Noodle Zip, Rustic Petal

A few new businesses are blossoming in town, Rustic Petals, a new flower shop and Noodle Zip, an Asian restaurant are opening their doors to the public.

New Burleigh Morton Detention Center Tours begin May 15

Leaders of the new Burleigh Morton Detention Center are encouraging people to visit the new facility on tour day.

Workers Memorial Day

Labor unions across the country and in Bismarck are recognizing those who died on the job today.

Main Street Minute: Noodle Zip, Rustic Petal

A few new businesses are blossoming in town, Rustic Petals, a new flower shop and Noodle Zip, an Asian restaurant are opening their doors to the public.

 

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