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  • Subsidized bankrupt steel plant for the textbooks
    The forthcoming bankruptcy court battle between Minnesota and Essar Steel over a stalled project teaches many economic lessons.
  • Saddle Up for St. Jude slated for July 31
    The sixth annual Saddle Up for St. Jude will be from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. July 31 at Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park. A meal and entertainment will be provided after the trail ride at the beginning of the…
  • Open house to be held for nutrition education assistant
    The Burleigh County Extension staff is hosting an open house at the Extension office in the 4-H building to welcome nutrition education assistant Deb Johnson.
  • Rummage sale benefits humane society
    The Central Dakota Humane Society will be hosting its annual rummage sale Aug. 11-13 in the building’s parking lot.
  • Railroad crossing closed for repairs
    Beginning 8 a.m. Aug. 2 through late afternoon Aug. 4, the DMVW Railway will close the railroad crossing at 71st Avenue Northeast, about 3/4 miles east of Highway 83 to allow crews to repair the crossing. The crossing will be…
  • Glen Ullin man killed in two-vehicle crash
    A Glen Ullin man was killed Thursday afternoon in a two-vehicle crash, west of the Sweet Briar Dam, said the North Dakota Highway Patrol.
  • Public tours of Stern Homestead offered
    The Mott Gallery of History & Art, along with the John Stern descendants, offers two public tours of the Stern Homestead this summer. The unique German-Russian style homestead, listed on the National Historic Register, is one of the best original…
  • Health and wellness event to take place in August
    A free Back to School Extravaganza, featuring Alex's Buddy Clinic, is from 1 to 6 p.m. Aug. 2 at Dykshoorn Park in Mandan.
  • Field to Fork Wednesday Webinars start in August
    Field to Fork Wednesday Weekly Webinars will be relaunched Aug. 17. The series is an effort to increase North Dakotans' knowledge of food safety in growing, transporting, processing and preserving fruits and vegetables.
  • Bismarck native releases debut novel
    Author Gina Wohlsdorf was terrified of horror stories growing up. At age 13, she was hit by a car on Washington Street and Divide Avenue in Bismarck and broke her arm, experiencing a nearly deadly accident. Now, horror and thriller…
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