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  • Few protesters use transitional services
    Few pipeline protesters took advantage of services offered by the state and other local groups to help them leave the Oceti Sakowin protest camp this week.
  • Lyft expanding to Bismarck
    Lyft, a mobile application-based ride-sharing service, is beginning operations in Bismarck.
  • Speakers present dangers of smokeless tobacco
    Ronnie Trentham, a six-time oral, head and neck cancer survivor, will share his story on Thursday with students from United Tribes Technical College and Light of Christ Catholic Schools about the consequences of his addiction to smokeless tobacco and the…
  • Disney Summer of Service winner undertakes hunger project
    Lauryn Hinckley, a junior from Bismarck, has been awarded a Disney Summer of Service grant through Youth Service America. The grant will support Hinckley in leading a community service hunger project, Stopping Childhood Hunger One Backpack at a Time.
  • Polar plunge into Sakakawea will benefit cancer fight
    Anyone willing to take a plunge into the frigid waters of Lake Sakakawea can get in line right after Three Affiliated Tribes Chairman Mark Fox and the tribal council.
  • Blustery blizzards leave slippery sidewalks in their wake
    After months of snow, the most treacherous moment for pedestrians may be now. Rising temperatures give way to freezing temperatures at night, causing a hazardous pattern of melt-freeze-melt. It is a scenario that threatens — and causes — some serious…
  • Discussion on mental health to be held at BSC
    A panel discussion on the current status of mental health care in North Dakota will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Bismarck State College's National Energy Center of Excellence.
  • Coffee with a Cop held Monday
    Officers from the Bismarck Police Department and community members are invited to come together from 8 to 10:30 a.m. Monday in an informal atmosphere to discuss community issues, build relationships and drink coffee.
  • Documentary looks at subminimum wages
    The North Dakota Disabilities Advocacy Consortium will be hosting showing of "Bottom Dollars," a documentary, which looks at the practice of paying people with disabilities subminimum wage and how people with disabilities are advocating for change.
  • Soil health workshop slated for March 1
    The Burleigh County Soil Conservation District is hosting a soil health workshop March 1 in Bismarck. The event, “Building the Soil Health Foundation,” is from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Bismarck Career Academy’s multipurpose room on the Bismarck…
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