UTTC students celebrate legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

It's three days until Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and students at United Tribes Technical College are celebrating and honoring him during their 'A Day of Remembering' event.

Human Trafficking: Where there's a will, how the community can help

Combating human trafficking is an all hands on deck effort that the community plays a huge role in.

Mystics Women�s Basketball

Now that the junior college teams have hit the conference portion of the season, games are usually played on Monday and Thursday. Monday, both Bismarck schools have home double-headers.

Solen Sioux Boys Basketball

The Solen boys played in one of the 16 games in the Event Center Jamboree Saturday.

Bismarck Main Street Minute: Rivers Edge Plumbing and Heating, Shenanigans

Changing locations brings in more business and that�s exactly what Rivers Edge Plumbing and Heating did.

Local schools honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Today, the country honors Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., a man whose legacy continues to leave an impact on America.

Proposed bill would delay medicinal cannabis implementation in N.D.

Ever since Measure 5 passed in November, many patients in North Dakota have been waiting for their chance to take advantage of medicinal cannabis.

 

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