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  • Trail trek to be held June 6
    The Bismarck Park District will host its first Trail Trek 9 a.m. June 6 at Sertoma Park, 300 Riverside Park Road at Shelter No. 10. It is a noncompetitive walk/run.
  • Bismarck walk aims to defeat ALS
    Bismarck will hold its walk to defeat ALS event for the ALS Association, Minnesota/North Dakota/South Dakota Chapter on Saturday at Sertoma Park. Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m., and the …
  • Missouri River Festival opens
    The Missouri River Festival opened Thursday with rides, games and food at the parking lot of the Bismarck Event Center and will run until June 7, according to Amanda Bakkadahl, marketing manag…
  • Slackline project proposed for Bismarck parks
    A slacklining park could be coming to coming to Bismarck as early as next spring as a result of efforts from the graduates of the Bismarck Mandan Leadership Program through the Bismarck Mandan…
  • Law Enforcement Torch Run to support Special Olympics
    On Thursday, members of local law enforcement combined efforts to raise support and promote the Special Olympics North Dakota State Summer Games with their annual Law Enforcement Torch Run.
  • The buzz about the bees at the Tribune
    Offices at the Tribune were all abuzz about a mass of bees that occupied its parking lot for a brief time Wednesday afternoon.
  • Water in Mandan's Borden Harbor deemed safe
    The state Health Department confirmed Thursday that water in Borden Harbor is safe for swimming.
  • Missing Korean War soldier to be presented medals
    More than 60 years after being declared missing in action by the U.S. Department of Defense, a soldier who served in the Korean War will be honored for his military service. The family of Cpl.…
  • House fire displaces family
    Bismarck firefighters responded to a house fire Wednesday evening that was quickly extinguished, but will likely displace a family of five for a few days.
  • Construction crew ruptures gas line in Mandan
    Emergency workers were on the scene in northeast Mandan after a road construction crew ruptured a Montana-Dakota Utilities Co. low-pressure gas line on Wednesday morning.
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