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  • Weekend expected to be cold, windy
    Above-average temperatures for the Bismarck-Mandan area this weekend will be accompanied by strong winds and precipitation.
  • Oil company requests to flare 140 wells
    North Dakota’s new policy for exempting oil wells from gas-flaring rules will soon be put to the test as XTO Energy is requesting exceptions for 140 oil wells in Dunn and McKenzie counties.
  • Mandan reverses social media ban on sales tax vote
    Mandan has reversed its city social media site policy that banned comments about the June 9 sales tax ballot after the Attorney General's Office said citizens can post their viewpoints there, …
  • Exhibit features art from recycled materials
    A new exhibit, which opened Friday at the Bismarck Downtown Artist Co-op, challenges artists to set aside their paint brushes and create something new from something old.
  • Population growth top in nation
    McKenzie County, in the center of the Bakken boom, was named the nation’s fastest growing county in the 10,000-and-under population category and the cities of Williston and Dickinson were name…
  • Students shave heads for cancer
    About 20 students at Highland Acres will be getting their heads shaved today to raise money for the St. Baldrick's Foundation, whose main goal is to conquer cancer. 
  • Fishing licenses expect to hit record sales
    RIVERDALE -- If a guy wanted to save money fishing, he’d buy a pail of walleye fingerlings from the folks at the Garrison Dam National Fish Hatchery and raise them in a stock tank in the garage.
  • Gateway to Science presents NanoDays
    Gateway to Science presents NanoDays from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday in the Frances Leach High Prairie Arts and Science Complex, 1810 Schafer St. in Bismarck. 
  • Ballot language for Mandan Parks project approved
    In 4-1 vote, the Mandan City Commission approved the June 9 ballot language Tuesday for funding of a $22 million project for the Mandan Park District.
  • Tap water safe for most, more testing in Crosby
    Tap water in the towns of Fortuna, Columbus and Noonan has tested safe for human consumption and residents there no longer need to boil water, the State Health Department said Tuesday afternoon.
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