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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.
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
Seasonal smell revisits Lincoln
It's actually been there for more than 10 years. But, one of the city council members says this isn't the first lagoon and this isn't the first location they've had it at.Afghanistan refugees host thank you dinner for Bismarck
In this April 21, 2018, photo, Lisa Kadlec, left, helps two Amiri family members shop for cooking supplies for an upcoming community meal in Bismarck, N.D. The family, who came to Bismarck from Pakistan in 2016, are originally from Afghanistan.Afghanistan refugees host thank you dinner for Bismarck
In this April 21, 2018, photo, Lisa Kadlec, left, helps two Amiri family members shop for cooking supplies for an upcoming community meal in Bismarck, N.D. The family, who came to Bismarck from Pakistan in 2016, are originally from Afghanistan. Because they received support from local community members, the family will be giving back by cooking a traditional Afghan meal on May 4 at the United Church of Christ.Trial delayed in case related to officer-involved shooting Wednesday, April 25
Trial in federal court in North Dakota for two men indicted in a drug conspiracy linked to a California street gang has been delayed. The trial in Bismarck for Ulises Villalobos-Alvarado and Juan Nunez was to be next week, but defense attorneys asked for more time to prepare.Legislature's research director retiring after 39 years Wednesday, April 25
We noticed that your browser is blocking ads - please be aware that our station's live stream may also be disabled by adblockers. Our advertisements support businesses in our community and allow us to broadcast for free.Tana Banker named Larks, Lignite Energy Council Teacher of the Year
Tana Banker, a second grade teacher at Highland Acres in Bismarck, was named the Larks and Lignite Energy Council Teacher of the Year. "It was just a surprise.Bismarck man found dead in snow died of hypothermia Tuesday, April 24
A state medical examiner's report says a Bismarck man whose body was found in snow late last year died of hypothermia. The report by Dr. William Massello III dated last month lists the cause of Clinton Kaseman's death as hypothermia due to exposure to subfreezing temperatures.Bismarck-Mandan Civic Chorus celebrates 40 years
Alek Minassian, a 25-year-old from suburban Toronto, posted a cryptic message on Facebook just minutes before striking pedestrians, detectives say. A defense lawyer told the jury that the case is about a "blind 80-year-old man with a successful career facing absolute ruin."Man who hit Burleigh County deputy found, arrested
The Bismarck Police Department says they were investigating a suspicious vehicle by North 13th Street around 11 p.m. Monday and traced the plates, which came came up as residing in Minot. When the car stopped, police say they talked to the driver now identified as, 21-year-old Brandi Eisenzimmer and saw a smoking device in the car.Open burning banned in popular area south of Bismarck Tuesday, April 24
With the weather turning warm and dry, North Dakota's Game and Fish Department is prohibiting open burning on the Oahe Wildlife Management Area south of Bismarck-Mandan. Burn bans this time of year are not unusual - the heavily wooded recreation area along the Missouri River is prone to wildfires before the spring green-up.Judge asked to reject pipeline protester's evidence request
In this Nov. 20, 2016, file photo, provided by the Morton County Sheriff's Department, law enforcement and protesters clash near the site of the Dakota Access pipeline on in Cannon Ball, N.D. The government is asking a federal judge to reject a request for evidence to be returned to a New York City woman who suffered a serious arm injury in an ... (more)Mounted shooters season kicks off
A windy day couldn't stop competitors from the North Dakota Mounted Shooter Association from their first practice of the year. "There's just basically a brass cartridge filled with gun powder, and it's good to about 20 feet.Dakota Access builder donates $5M to Bismarck university Sunday, April 22
University of Mary President, Monsignor James Shea and Chris Curia, executive vice president of human resources, Energy Transfer Partners Equity, LP , hold up check with ETP and Mary representatives. Photo: University of Mary BISMARCK, N.D. - The company that built the Dakota Access pipeline has donated $5 million to the University of Mary in Bismarck.Boy Scout helps community be prepared for emergency
The Church of Latter Day Saints in Bismarck hosts an annual Community Preparedness day, and this year they had some extra help. A Boy Scout made it part of his Eagle Project to help organize the fair.GABR Pie in the face
American Bank Center in downtown Bismarck took some stationary bikes outside and had a yummy picnic of sorts to support the Great American Bike Race. American Bank Center in downtown Bismarck took some stationary bikes outside and had a yummy picnic of sorts to support the Great American Bike Race.Legalize ND working to get signatures for ballot measure
Legalize ND is an initiative to legalize recreational marijuana for anyone over the age of 21. The leader of the movement says he believes it will produce agriculture revenues, keep people out of jail, and expunge the records of previous non-violent marijuana users. "I realize the state has diverse opinions and diverse ideas.Garden Expo kicks off in Bismarck
Gardeners and greenhouses have been out in the cold with the late winter, but one business says they hope to make up for lost time. Some of these flowers will hopefully soon be decorating the streets in Bismarck.
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