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Strong Winds Didn’t Slow Down High School Rodeo Competitors

BISMARCK — The strong winds this past weekend did not slow down the National High School Rodeo Association (NHSRA) competitors. “Being a part of the NHSRA, the world’s largest rodeo association is special. I compete in the tie-down, steer wrestling & team roping. Each event is unique down to the…
May 18, 2022

Burgum makes Statement on the Passing of North Dakota Poet Laureate, Rough Rider Award Recipient Larry Woiwode

BISMARCK — Gov. Doug Burgum released the following statement today regarding the passing of North Dakota poet laureate Larry Woiwode, a 1992 recipient of the Theodore Roosevelt Rough Rider Award, the state’s highest citizen honor. “Larry Woiwode inspired and mentored countless writers during his long and distinguished career," said Burgum.…
May 1, 2022

State Capitol, other State Facilities in Bismarck Area Closing at 12:30 p.m. Today Due to Blizzard Conditions

BISMARCK — Governor Doug Burgum has directed the Capitol and other state facilities in the Bismarck area to close at 12:30 p.m. today due to blizzard conditions. “Team member safety is our top priority. We also have a duty and responsibility to continue serving the public," said Burgum. "We’re grateful…
April 12, 2022

Record Breaking NDGOP Convention

BISMARCK — This weekend's Republican State Convention was the largest GOP convention in state history. After a long delay in counting the credentials, the report stated 2321 delegates were in attendance on Saturday. That was only the beginning of such delays. Perrie Schafer and Gary Emineth were both nominated for…
April 3, 2022

Chairman Survives Challenge

Contentious Moments at Republican Convention BISMARCK — A challenge to Republican party chairman Perrie Schafer came close to succeeding, but in the end the Bismarck man kept his position at the podium. As chairman of the state GOP, Schafer entered the convention hall at the Bismarck Event Center also as…
April 3, 2022

Hoeven Accepts Endorsement

BISMARCK — The rhetoric became contentious at times, but in the end, it was a Senator John Hoeven day at the North Dakota Republican convention in Bismarck. Hoeven, who collected 1,224 delegate votes to Rick Becker’s 1,037, took the stage at 5:00 p.m. and thanked the delegates for their support.…
April 2, 2022

Republicans Vote to Endorse Hoeven

BISMARCK — Delegates at the North Dakota Republican State Convention have chosen to endorse Senator John Hoeven for the U.S. Senate. The vote was 1,224 for Sen. Hoeven and 1,037 for Rick Becker.
April 2, 2022

Fatal Crash in Burleigh County

BISMARCK — The North Dakota Highway Patrol says man died in a collision with a semi Friday evening near Bismarck. According to the NDHP, Abdulkadir Abdi, 31, Bismarck, was traveling eastbound along Highway 10. The semi was traveling in the opposite direction. Road conditions in the area were icy. Abdi…
March 6, 2022

Bismarck City Forester Initiates Elm Firewood Eradication

BISMARCK — City Forester Doug Wiles announced that the Forestry Division will begin a city-wide search for the over wintering and breeding habitat of the elm bark beetle as soon as conditions become conducive to search for firewood piles. This effort is critical in the battle to save Bismarck’s elm…
February 25, 2022

Fatal Rollover Crash

BURLEIGH COUNTY — The North Dakota Highway Patrol says a man died in a rollover crash Tuesday afternoon. According to the NDHP, a GMC Sierra was traveling on Highway 83 about 9 miles north of Bismarck when the 61-year-old driver, Garrison, lost control on the icy road shortly before 2…
January 25, 2022
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