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Located on the banks of the Missouri River, Bismarck is the capitol of North Dakota and the second largest city in the state. The city relies heavily on the two hospitals located in the city for employment with the State, Federal and local school system being the other major employers.

Population: 61272
Local Newspapers: Bismarck Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Dakota Wizards & Bismarck Bobcats
Local Colleges: University of Mary Bismarck State College United Tribes Technical College

Zip Codes associated with bismarck, north dakota: 58501 58502 58503 58504 58505 58506 58507
Towns/Cities near bismarck, north dakota : Mandan St Anthony Washburn

Bismarck News
Preservation of Indian village in North Dakota almost done

Crews erected pylons within the banks of the Missouri River to help protect the Double Ditch Indian Village Historic Site, The Bismarck Tribune reported . Some pylons went as deep as 95 feet.

Central Dakota Children's Choir presents "Midwinter Warmth"

Angelica of Central Dakota Children's Choir will present "MidWinter Warmth" on Saturday, March 17th, at 10:00 a.m., at First Baptist Church, 306 E. Divide Avenue, Bismarck. Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for seniors and students.

2nd Annual Mandan Leprechaun Crawl

Your favorite local Derby Girls the BisMan Bombshellz are working with McQuade Distributing-Bismarck to put on the 2nd annual Leprechaun Crawl. Passes are $10 in advance or $15 at the door.

American Indian Higher Education Conference showcases students' talents

Hundreds of students are at the Bismarck Event Center to show off their talents at the American Indian Higher Education Conference. "It also gives them an opportunity to have a lot of pride in their own school.

Bismarck-Mandan retired teachers association

The National Weather Service issued a blizzard warning for the entire coast of Maine, New Hampshire and most of Massachusetts. The bill's opponents say it will allow faith-based adoption agencies to discriminate against gay couples, single parents, divorced people and interfaith couples.

New storms whip up memories of old ones

If you were anywhere in North Dakota last week, the weather was likely on your mind. You were talking about it over coffee, your TV turned to your favorite weather reporter, checking road reports and calling friends to ask what it was like over there in Bismarck, or Keene, or down by Hettinger.

Civic engagement

Getting young people to think about local government as a good place to work or serve needs to start with exposure, and the Minot City Council is contemplating how it might create those opportunities. At a committee meeting at the end of February, council members briefly discussed some options for encouraging high school and college students to attend city meetings and other public events.

Branden Lyon sentenced to life in prison

A judge has sentenced a Bismarck man to life in prison with possibility of parole for an attempted murder charge from 2015. Branden Lyon was convicted by a jury in October for attempted murder, two counts of terrorizing and illegal possession of a firearm.

Three separate arrests made for assaults on Bismarck police officers

Police say the first incident happened at the 1100 block of West Capital Ave., around 10:52 a.m. when a 29-year-old Steele woman kicked an officer twice on the leg after being detained for being heavily intoxicated. Ashley Krom was twisting her arms and kicking her legs to prevent officers from putting her in the patrol car.

Girl Scout Cookie Finder App helps connect customers with cookies

Finding where Girl Scouts are selling their cookies can be a challenge. Girl Scouts have now made it easier for their customers, by rolling out a Cookie Finder app! The app shows the time date, and where the cookies are being sold at.

Bismarck man to change plea for coercion, enticement of a minor charge

A 24-year-old Bismarck man is set to change his plea Wednesday for a coercion and enticement of a minor charge from 2017.

Mandan Public Schools faces overcrowding over 5 years

Enrollment projections indicate student numbers could overwhelm classroom capacity in a central North Dakota school district in the next five years. The Bismarck Tribune that enrollment in Mandan Public Schools is anticipated to increase by more than 500 students over five years.

Democratic House hopefuls pledge independence - to a point

In this May 5, 2015, photo, Rep. Ben Hanson, D-West Fargo, testifies at a North Dakota legislative session at the Capitol in Bismarck, N.D. Hanson is a U.S. House hopeful and is seeking the Democratic nomination at the upcoming party convention in Grand Forks. In this March 6, 2018, photo, Mac Schneider announces his candidacy to the Democratic nomination for the North Dakota U.S. House of Representatives seat during a stop in Bismarck, N.D. In this May 5, 2015, photo, Rep. Ben Hanson, D-West Fargo, testifies at a North Dakota legislative session at the Capitol in Bismarck, N.D. Hanson is a U.S. House hopeful and is seeking the Democratic nomination at the upcoming party convention in Grand Forks.

Main Street Minute: Crystal Clear Windows and Halberstadt's Men's Clothing

Crystal Clear Windows is all about making your day easier, and Halberstadt's Men's Clothing is planning to open in Bismarck this spring. "We're able to take that load off their shoulders because during Christmas season, nobody wants to get up on your roof and nobody wants to decorate your house, so it's pretty fun and it's pretty awesome," said Curtis Peterson, owner of Crystal Clear Windows.

Officer pays it forward, assaulted hours later

Bismarck Police Chief Dan Donlin says the officer stopped at Starbucks, purchased a gift card and asked the baristas to use it to pay for as many people's drinks as possible. Donlin says the officer has had his drinks paid for before and was looking to pay it forward.

Suspect shot by Bismarck police officer charged federally

A man accused of trying to hit a police officer with his vehicle in North Dakota and then fleeing to South Dakota is now being charged with federal crimes. State charges including attempted murder have been dropped against 22-year-old Ulises Villalobos-Alvarado.

MMA Beatdown 21 at 4 Bears Casino

The casino has been hosting fights for over 15 years, proving itself to be one of the best fight locations in the Upper Midwest. According to 4 Bears, over 20 fighters have used the casino and the Beatdown Series to either get to the UFC, Bellator, or other higher organizations.

Streyle won't seek re-election

Streyle was elected to the North Dakota House in November 2010 from District 3 and has served on the Appropriations Committee since the 2013 session. Among his interim assignments this session have been the Budget Section and the Water Topics Overview Committee.

Mayor throws Pizza Party

Moving to a new place comes with all kinds of challenges. Among these are making new friends and learning about your new home.

BPS considering interim superintendent

Board members held a special meeting today to see if they could start the full hiring process. Six of the seven largest school districts in the state are hiring new superintendents, but Bismarck is starting the process later than others.

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