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Mixed-use building proposed for Bismarck’s Main Avenue parcel
Bismarck officials are studying possible changes to the Galleria parking ramp on the east side of the Radisson Hotel in downtown Bismarck. In addition, a mixed-use development has been proposed for the parking lot, shown here in 2015.
Employees failed to report North Dakota spills, Denver-based oil company says
BISMARCK, N.D. — Former employees of a Denver-based oil company operating in the Bakken oil patch failed to report five spills in northwest North Dakota dating back to October, according to the company.
Burleigh County judge grants post-conviction re-trial in GSI case
BISMARCK, N.D. -A Burleigh County judge granted post-conviction relief for a man who was sentenced on two gross sexual imposition charges in 2016.Twenty-six-year-old Michael Brewer was convicted after a jury found him guilty of touching two children at a family gathering at a Bismarck hotel pool. Br
Police respond to accident involving motorcycle on Expressway
ByMarcie Bollinger and Megan Hoffman|Posted:Wed 9:52 PM, May 23, 2018|Updated: Wed 9:54 PM, May 23, 2018
Convicted arsonist charged with failure to register as offender against children
Since he's been jailed at the Burleigh-Morton County Detention Center for arson last fall, Spencer Norton has been charged with three more crimes —two in the past week.On Tuesday, he was charged with felony failure to register as an offender against children. On May 17, he was charged with felony te
Bismarck man who led law enforcement on three-hour chase had warrants
A Bismarck man who led law enforcement on a three-hour chase on Monday in Morton and Sioux counties had warrants for various drug crimes and fleeing police.Dylan Phoenix Himes, 29, was charged Tuesday with felonies, including theft of property, reckless endangerment and fleeing or attempting to elud
Jeff Fastnacht to be new assistant superintendent in Mandan
“I'm looking forward to how things work in a larger school, and helping out in any way, shape or form that I can there. I'm just looking forward to the challenge I guess. I wanted that challenge to move ahead in my career,” said Fastnacht.
First practice for Bismarck Mounted Police Unit
"We're reacquainting the horses with each other so that they'll be prepared to carry flags cause we do a flag presentation on Memorial Day down at the Veteran cemetery," said Clarissa Goldsack, Bismarck Mounted Police Unit captain.
Bismarck couple arrested for child neglect, abuse
BISMARCK, N.D. -The Bismarck Police Department arrested a couple in connection to claims of beating children in their custody.According to the affidavit, 29-year-old Estella Flomo and 28-year-old Lawrence Sneh are accused of hitting a 7 and 10-year-old with their hands and belts.Court records say so
Western North Dakota seeks out workforce solutions
Cindy Sanford, with Job Service North Dakota in Williston, addresses the audience at the annual Williston Basin Petroleum Conference in the Bismarck Event Center on Tuesday about the demand for energy-related jobs in the Bakken oil patch of western North Dakota.
Downtown Bismarck parking ramp to undergo repairs
The Galleria Parking Ramp, adjacent to the Radisson Hotel in downtown Bismarck, lost 40 parking spots due to the deterioration to some of the post-tensioned slab tendons.
Attempted traffic stop turns into three-hour pursuit Monday
A 29-year-old Bismarck man led law enforcement authorities on a three-hour vehicle chase Monday afternoon after Mandan Police attempted to pull him over in a traffic stop.According to a news release from the Morton County Sheriff's Department, at about 2:45 p.m. Monday, Mandan Police tried to stop t
Zinke heckled as he pitches government, industry cooperation
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke faced protests and a heckler as he delivered a message of government cooperation at a large energy industry conference in North Dakota.Zinke told the crowd Wednesday at the Williston Basin Petroleum Conference in Bismarck that government needs to b
Denver-based company fails to report spills in North Dakota
All spills were in Williams County and involved produced water or brine, a waste byproduct of oil production. Most of the contamination stayed on well facility locations, but one spill killed a strip of grass adjacent to the well pad.
29-year-old Bismarck man arrested after leading law enforcement on pursuit
BISMARCK, N.D. -A man is behind bars after leading multiple agencies on a nearly three-hour pursuit.The Morton County Sheriff’s Department says the pursuit started when a Mandan Police Department officer was trying to make a traffic stop and the driver fled South on Highway 1806.Morton County Sherif
Whopper walleye breaks state's longest-standing fish record
Many anglers believed that wasn't the true record — that Chapman didn't catch the fish but instead found it dead. His son, Blair Chapman Jr., in the past has publicly said that the fish was found dead. The family told The Associated Press in 2014 that it was no longer interested in discussing the st
CHI doctors' concerns span beyond Bismarck
CHI doctors outside Bismarck share in local doctors’ concerns over declines they say they’ve seen in facility staffing, morale and patient safety and service measures.A number of medical staff at CHI’s Williston facilities added their voices to those of 13 members of the Bismarck hospital’s governin
Kirkwood Mall owners develop plans for Herberger's space
The Herberger's department store, located in Kirkwood Mall in Bismarck, is one of 200 regional department stores owned by Bon-Ton Stores Inc.
Two charged with intent to deal drugs in New Town
According to a probable cause affidavit filed with the court, an officer was patrolling the parking lot of Little Missouri Inn and Teddy’s Lounge in New Town and spotted a hand-to-hand transaction between Crosby and a man in another vehicle. Crosby got out of the vehicle, the other vehicle left and
Nineteen respond to fire in Bismarck
"There's actually two sheds back there. One shed was completely destroyed, the other one has got some superficial damage on the outside of it, and then there's a fence that seperates them from the property next door, and the fence is totally burned off in that area," said Jeff Holte, Bismarck Battal