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  • House fire displaces family
    Bismarck firefighters responded to a house fire Wednesday evening that was quickly extinguished, but will likely displace a family of five for a few days.
  • Construction crew ruptures gas line in Mandan
    Emergency workers were on the scene in northeast Mandan after a road construction crew ruptured a Montana-Dakota Utilities Co. low-pressure gas line on Wednesday morning.
  • Bismarck approves hazard mitigation plan
    The Bismarck City Commission Tuesday approved a multi-hazard mitigation plan drafted by Gary Stockert, the city's emergency manager.
  • Contractors file liens against Ruth Meiers Hospitality House
    Three contractors involved in the renovation of the Ruth Meiers Hospitality House's new facility at 1100 E. Boulevard Ave., the former Baptist Home, have filed $3.5 million in liens, claiming …
  • Local scientist receives mentoring award
    Aldo Vecchia, a U.S. Geological Survey scientist, will be awarded the 2015 Jeanne E. Griffith Mentoring Award for his efforts in mentoring junior staff. Vecchia will accept the Griffith award …
  • Tumor waylays senior year
    Century High School senior Jamison Bogren will be accepting his diploma June 7 from his bed at Mayo Childlife Services in Rochester, Minn. His pediatric neuro oncologist and his pediatric brai…
  • Bismarck-Mandan honors the country's fallen troops
    This Memorial Day thousands of Bismarck and Mandan residents attended the area's observances to remember the sacrifices of our heroes and loved ones in the armed services.
  • Mandan struggles with repairs to flag display
    Moisture issues have caused the 26 ground lights to burn out on the Mandan side of Memorial Bridge where flags are displayed, according to Jim Neubauer, the city's administrator.
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