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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
Bismarck area concerned about rising Missouri River
The U.S. Army Corp of Engineers and North Dakota residents are keeping an eye on the rising Missouri River near Bismarck as the agency releases more water from a nearby dam. The Bismarck Tribune reports that water released from Lake Sakakawea at the Garrison Dam will go from 44,000 cubic feet per second to 52,000 by Wednesday.New poll shows close race for U.S. Senate Race in North Dakota
An exclusive statewide poll by Valley News Live and Mason-Dixon Polling shows, that not even a week after North Dakota's primary, the race for the U.S. Senate is tightening. The statewide poll shows Kevin Cramer only holds a 4% lead over incumbent Heidi Heitkamp...that's within the poll's margin of error.Man stabbed three times in south Bismarck
The Bismarck Police Department says the 26-year-old man was walking back from a bar near South Washington Street when four people approached him. The man told police one of men had a knife and began stabbing him on his left side below his armpit.Corps of Engineers increases releases from Garrison Dam to 52,000 cfs
The U.S. Army Corps is increasing the flow from Garrison Dam to 52,000 cubic feet per second according to a press release sent Monday. The 8,000 cfs increase will put about 60,000 gallons per second more into the river.Tenth year of Walk for ALS fundraiser
Dozens of walkers from across BisMan came to show support for the event. Organizers say this is the tenth year of the walk in Bismarck and it raises an average of $25,000 a year.Kids practice entrepreneurship skills at lemonade day
More than 60 stands like this one were registered across Bismarck and Mandan, and if you wanted to find out why, all you had to do was ask. "We are selling lemonade and our money is going toward the capital ice synchronized skating club," said Gabriella Deeter, Participant.The District closing permanently on Sunday
Six restaurants in Downtown Bismarck, known as The District, will be closing permanently at 4 p.m. on Sunday. The restaurants include The Vault, Lucky Ducks, Avery's Eatery, J60, The Lillipad and The Pond, located on 3rd Street.Main Street Minute: Blessed Builders and Capital Farmers Market
Blessed Builders customizes and builds furniture and the Capital Farmers Market is moving from the K-Mart parking lot to Gateway Fashion Mall's parking lot. Customizing furniture was a hobby that became a full-time job for an entire family.Bismarck Airport runway reconstruction update
The second phase started in May, with hopes of finishing in September. The phase is a mile worth of reconstruction to the mid-section of the runway.3) CHI St. Alexius doctors dissolve Bismarck Medical Executive Committee for a 2nd time
Doctors at CHI St. Alexius in Bismarck voted to dissolve the Medical Executive Committee after meetings with hospital administration this week. Emails obtained by KFYR-TV say doctors met with Interim Executive Vice President Tony Jones from CHI Denver on May 31, where Jones said he would review North Dakota leadership and the division location.1) UPDATE: 35-year-old man dies after being shot in chest in Bismarck
UPDATE 4:50 PM: A judge set bond for the man accused of shooting another man in the chest Thursday in Bismarck. Aundra Fontenot's bond is set at $250,000 in cash, no contact with witnesses except his wife, and cannot leave the state.Children learn about Flag Day
Children from across Bismarck and Mandan were learning about Flag Day Thursday by making flags at the former Governor's Mansion. The mansion staff were helping kids make pinwheels and flags before leading them on a parade in celebration of the day.State's Department of Labor and Human Rights rules in favor of BPD in labor complaint
The state's Department of Labor and Human Rights has ruled in favor of the Bismarck Police Department after a complaint by a former officer. In March 2017, Krile changed her complaint to include allegations of retaliation after her employment was terminated on March 27, 2017 due to the Burleigh County States Attorney's Office's determination they would no longer use her as a witness.Bismarck Police Department officers get new uniforms
The Department says it is getting rid of their old light blue uniform shirts and moving to a more comfortable, breathable, and practical dark blue uniform shirt. "We are fortunate that every year we do get a lot of the amount of money to uniform our officers properly," said Bismarck Police Officer Pat Renz.Bismarck PD reminds people where to legally place yard sale signs
But, putting up those signs in the wrong place could be a class B Misdemeanor, punishable by a $1,000 fine and 30 days in jail. The Bismarck Police Department wants to remind people to put signs up on their own property.Community Development Block Grant for Bismarck
The federal government is giving Bismarck more than $400,000 in community development block grants. Residents get a say in what happens to it at a public hearing this month.Washington man sentenced in North Dakota underage sex case Thursday, June 14
A Washington state man who authorities say traveled to North Dakota with the intention of having sex with a 17-year-old girl has been sentenced to more than seven years in prison. Twenty-four-year-old Timothy Carnahan, of Longview, Washington, is charged in federal court with attempted transportation to engage in unlawful sexual acts with a minor.
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