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  • Andrew Joseph Murray reported missing
    Bismarck Police Department is asking for help locating a 20-year-old man, who went missing on April 22.
  • Airport security to be reconfigured
    Ubl Design Group was hired by the Bismarck City Commission Tuesday to redesign the TSA security entry area on the second floor of the Bismarck Airport terminal.
  • Cold War: Capt. Mark Thompson, of Bismarck
    Capt. Mark Thompson, 68, of Bismarck, did not experience direct combat during the Cold War and the Vietnam Conflict in the early 1970s. But, as a navigator of a Boeing KC-135 Stratotanker refueling aircraft for the U.S. Air Force, his…
  • David Cross brings tour to Bismarck
    Stand-up comedian, actor and writer David Cross is coming to the Belle Mehus Auditorium Sunday for his “Making America Great Again!” Tour 2016.
  • Sanford Health to present research on cell therapy at Vatican
    Sanford Health researchers and representatives will join other distinguished scientists and physicians from around the world to discuss breakthrough research in cell therapy at a conference Thursday through Saturday in Vatican City, Rome.
  • Draft party celebrates local football player
    What started as a classroom marketing project for 16 Century High School students has turned into a draft party at the Community Bowl, complete with inflatables, food trucks and ESPN coverage.
  • Crash kills Dickinson man
    A motorcycle-SUV crash Friday afternoon killed a Dickinson man one mile west of Carson, according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol.
  • Missing Mandan man located
    Mandan Police reported a man reported missing Richard Mulbah has been located and is safe, said Police Lt. Patrick Haug.
  • Competitive bidding lowers construction costs in 2016
    Local municipalities are seeing more bids priced more competitively — in some cases as much as 49 percent lower than engineering estimates — for their 2016 construction projects.
  • Archaeology program offered at former governors' mansion
    The public is invited to "What is Archaeology?" at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Former Governors' Mansion State Historic Site, 320 E. Ave. B in Bismarck.
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