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  • Locals plan to aid community, cops during protests
    Just as locals presented a plan Sunday afternoon to assist police and community members negatively affected by pipeline protests, a call went out for help and the group sprung into action.
  • Duane Bergeson recognized for volunteer distinction
    Duane Bergeson, of Bismarck, was awarded AARP's highest volunteer distinction, the Andrus Award for Community Service, in a banquet Oct. 5.
  • Holiday bake sale runs for two days
    The Saint Joseph School Holiday Baking Extravaganza and Home Product and Craft Show will be held Saturday and Dec. 11 in Saint Joseph School's cafeteria. The event runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m. to noon…
  • Volunteers needed for Salvation Army, United Way Christmas programs
    For the last three Christmas seasons, Jim Brent has handed out candy canes and smiles while manning a Salvation Army red kettle.
  • Police consider pulling back from Backwater Bridge
    A sheriff who is leading operations for law enforcement at the protest camps in southern Morton County said at a news conference Saturday that officials are considering withdrawing from Backwater Bridge on N.D. Highway 1806.
  • Snow plowing to continue through the weekend
    Snow plows have taken at least one pass along all the streets in Bismarck and will take a second pass this weekend and next week until the city is cleared, according to a news release from Jeff Heintz, Director of…
  • Groups support community in light of protests
    Kayla Wolf, a young Bismarck mom of three, was blown away when she posted an invitation and hundreds of people joined her in peace and prayer on Memorial Bridge in Bismarck recently.
  • Local veterans react to Veterans for Standing Rock
    Two local men have very different reactions to the 2,000 veterans coming this weekend to stand with Standing Rock in the tribe’s anti-Dakota Access Pipeline movement.
  • Santa Claus to visit Camp Hancock
    The State Historical Society of North Dakota, the Bismarck Historical Society and the Bismarck Downtown Business Association are sponsoring Santa Claus' special visit at Camp Hancock State Historic Site from 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday in the Bread of Life…
  • Schafer hired at AARC
    LeEtta Schafer has been hired as the new volunteer and special events coordinator at the Abused Adult Resource Center. Schafer is a certified Read Right instructor and had worked in the Bismarck Public Schools for the past 12 years before…
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