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A protester is removed from construction equipment at the Dakota Access Pipeline work site along Highway 6 outside of Bismarck on Wednesday, Aug. 31. Caroline Grueskin / Bismarck Tribune
Eight arrested after protesters bind themselves to Dakota Access construction equipment
2 hours 10 min ago
Owner of seized payloader files suit against North Dakota crime bureau agent
10 hours 30 min ago
Governor, DHS fire back at scathing audit of child care licensing
10 hours 26 min ago
Approach Legacy Fund with restraint
10 hours 18 min ago
Sports shorts for Sept. 31, 2016
10 hours 23 min ago
Cougars get past Mustangs
10 hours 23 min ago
Makenzie Clark of Jamestown goes up for the ball during Tuesday night's match against Bismarck Legacy.     John M. Steiner / The Sun
DOWN TO THE WIRE: Legacy holds off Jays in five
7 hours 17 min ago
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Hillsboro family living out of camper after tornado rips through home
10 hours 25 min ago
TOM STROMME/Bismarck Tribune  Bismarck Public School teachers, from right, Ryan Bleth, Tana Sukauskas, Maggie Townsend and Kim Hertz listen to author Ted Dintersmith at Legacy High on Tuesday morning. Bleth is a chemistry teacher at Legacy High, Sukauskas is an Avid Coordinator at Bismarck High, Townsend is a library media specialist at Legacy High and Hertz is a culinary arts teacher at Legacy High.
ND schools work to incorporate innovative ideas
10 hours 27 min ago
Driver dies in Griggs County crash
6 hours 45 min ago
Alcohol saturation planned for Ward County
7 hours 3 min ago
United Way of Stutsman County to launch campaign
10 hours 11 min ago
First ladies topic at Front Porch Chat
10 hours 12 min ago
Enjoy safely canned foods this winter
10 hours 14 min ago
Walmart grant program deadline nears
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