A map hangs on the wall of the Roy H. Dietz & Sons shop, pins marking all the towns the family-owned painting company has worked in its 75-year history. There arenít very many open spaces in the state.
Bob Wefald, retired from the U.S. Navy and a Vietnam War veteran, will speak at Prairie Public's live screening of four 30-minute documentaries at the North Dakota Heritage Center, 612 E. Boulevard Ave. in Bismarck.
The Sacred Pipe Resource Center will be hosting an American Indian Art, Crafts and Entrepreneur Fair from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. The event aims to highlight the American Indian artists, craftsmen and small business owners in the Bismarck-MandanÖ
Letter, after letter, after letter, found and read by a group of University of Mary students from Joseph Stuartís Cultural History of the Great War class, help tell the story of North Dakotaís involvement in World War I and carryÖ
A drain tile system intended to bring flood relief to homeowners' basements in the Hay Creek Pines subdivision, located 6 miles northeast of Bismarck, has downstream landowners protesting the diversion of possibly contaminated groundwater to their property.