After a rape case went to trial this fall and a district court judge ruled the evidence didn’t show beyond a reasonable doubt the accused committed the crime, the college student who reported the events said she felt the court system failed her.
One Bismarck woman believes we should be thankful for birthdays, for another year of life. And she says they should be celebrated. Now the good news: she’s taken it upon herself to send nearly a hundred birthday cards every month.
The Anne Carlsen Center was dedicated to its namesake, Anne Carlson in 1980, to honor her work there, first as a teacher, then as principal since the 1930′s. Carlson was born without forearms or legs, but she never let that stop her from succeeding, and then later helping children with disabilities do the same.
Sometimes it’s hard for teenagers to fit in with their peers or find a support group they’d like to be a part of. Peer to Peer at Mandan High School is a club that brings inclusivity into the classroom.
Black Friday used to look like this, crowds of people waiting in line to scoop up a good deal on their holiday shopping lists. While Kirkwood Mall is still planning for their regular crowd of early bird shoppers, they say stores handle the sales season a bit differently.
Wednesday may be one of the busiest travel days in the United States, but the University of Mary women’s basketball team beat the rush by leaving early in the week. The Marauders were not heading home for the holiday. They are spending Thanksgiving in Hawaii. They’ve visited places like Pearl Harbor, and they’ve been to a Luau.