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Active COVID-19 cases soared to a pandemic high in North Dakota on Saturday, increasing by more than 10% for a fourth straight day and reaching... [Read More]
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Shiloh Christian School in Bismarck has announced its honor roll students for the second quarter of the 2021-22 school year. [Read More]
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Influenza cases in North Dakota are on the rise this winter, after a relatively quiet flu season last year. [Read More]
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In a field in Ramsey north of the Twin Cities, a solar array is producing power from the sun. [Read More]
North Dakota's bitterly cold winters make for the ideal setting desired by a new industry eyeing the state: cryptocurrency. [Read More]
Gov. Doug Burgum will deliver his State of the State address on Feb. 16 in Fargo. [Read More]
A state district judge on Friday refused to delay the release of thousands of documents related to security during the construction in North Dakota of... [Read More]
Crescent Point Energy reported a saltwater spill at a Williams County disposal site to North Dakota regulators on Thursday. [Read More]
A Bismarck resident has claimed a $150,000 lottery prize from Wednesday's Powerball draw. [Read More]
The confiscation of a North Dakota reporter's cellphone by a Bureau of Criminal Investigation agent has shined a light on the state's 19-year-old shield law,... [Read More]
For the second time in two weeks, the top-ranked Century girls' basketball team squared off against rival and second-ranked Bismarck High. And for the second... [Read More]
The University of North Dakota plans to end its work on a policy for gender inclusion and has no plans to implement it. [Read More]
Active COVID-19 cases in North Dakota on Friday soared to 10,860, with the pandemic record set 14 months ago poised to fall as early as... [Read More]
Game No. 2 between Century and Bismarck was nearly as good as the first. End result was different this time, though. [Read More]
Read through the obituaries published today in The Bismarck Tribune. [Read More]
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