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mama mondays: rediscovering big boy
What a weekend! I spent it in the lovely city of Bismarck -- a place I have known fairly well since childhood. I love Fargo, but Bismarck ranks pretty high on my list of favorite cities, too. I'll ...
4/30/12 at 12:51 AM
U.S. capitol buildings: The 50-state tour
North Dakota's 242-foot state capitol building is one of 11 in the United States that does not feature a dome. Here's a look at the rest of the nation's capitol buildings. Which one is your favorite? ...
4/20/12 at 1:58 PM
Meet and vote for the top 10 Chevy High School Scholarship Finalists
Congratulations to the area's top 10 Chevy Scholarship 2012 Finalists The West Dakota Chevy Dealers and Heartland Chevy Dealers of North Dakota and western Minnesota have teamed up for the second annu...
3/8/12 at 9:00 AM
Pride of Dakota holiday showcases announced
BISMARCK Pride of Dakota holiday showcases begin next weekend in Grand Forks, with additional events planned in Minot, Fargo and Bismarck during the holiday season. The Grand Forks event is set for ...
10/27/11 at 10:47 AM Firefighters plan events to honor the fallen 9/27/11 at 4:35 PM
PHOTOS: N.D. Capitol Sept. 11 event 9/11/11 at 3:34 PM
Remembering the great flood "more than just a house"
Bill Mitzel evacuated his home north of Bismarck this spring and jotted down notes throughout the ordeal. He puts into words what many struggle to relay or even understand from their own words, feelin...
9/6/11 at 7:48 PM free youth waterfowl hunting clinic 7/31/10 at 12:04 AM
podcast from Outdoors Live on News & Views 6/25/10 at 7:55 AM
22 Mile Saturday
To be a successful distance runner, a person needs to log in many, many miles of training. You have to build a lean, strong body by eating properly, getting enough rest, and doing strength training. Y...
4/13/11 at 9:58 AM
Doing It Downtown: An Outsiders Perspective
Commentaryby M. Eagle MSUM Journalism Photos and Captions by Amita Manandhar Living life small I live in a town of 300 people. From where I live it takes about an hour and some change to get to do...
3/10/11 at 9:35 PM Downtown Bathroom Guide: Men’s Edition 11/30/10 at 9:00 AM
Taking the dive 3/24/10 at 3:00 AM
2010 Running Review
Exercise, and especially running, has become an important part of my life. I generally do some form of exercise five or six days a week, and although it can be light like it right now, it can also be ...
12/31/10 at 5:30 PM
Jamestown College plans open houses in Bismarck, Fargo
Jamestown College invites all prospective students and families to open houses coming up in Bismarck and Fargo. Learn about the Jamestown College experience by visiting with current Jimmies, area alum...
12/15/10 at 3:26 PM
Tribune's series visits various N.D. cities
The Bismarck Tribune did a little three-partseries this week on the various cities of North Dakota and how they're all changing and growing. You can read the articles on their website. Sunday's story...
12/7/10 at 4:32 PM N.D. group schedules 'Honor Flight' for May 11/10/10 at 5:35 PM
One night in Bismarck 11/2/09 at 11:20 AM
This weekend will be the 1st recruiting official visit weekend of the year for the UND Football team. We have been trying to compile some names of who is coming in and have found a couple. Reggie Gand...
12/3/10 at 1:39 PM There's Another QB Recruit In Bismarck 11/30/10 at 5:36 PM
One race (leads to another)
There are so many races this fall that it's tough to keep up with all of them. This past weekend there were races in Bismarck, Valley City and Walker - and some pretty impressive results for some loca...
9/21/10 at 8:08 PM Special time of year 9/9/09 at 8:52 AM
Marathon rivalry? 5/11/09 at 4:29 AM
I recently spent 49 consecutive hours in Bismarck, North Dakota, attending Red Sox Daughter's tennis tournament. Bismarck is the capital of North Dakota. And they have the building to prov...
8/10/10 at 1:30 AM
Today on The Christopher Gabriel Program: Got a great show to start off the week for ya! We will look at a possible new wrinkle in the Health Care Debate: Will it favor Co-Ops?; With the Post Office i...
8/17/09 at 3:27 AM
Gwinner town is in trouble if Bobcat folds and goes away ! Gwinner town of 750 and south of Fargo, ND 150 workers got fired in 2007. Gwinner plant had 800 employees. 250 employees at Gwinn...
4/29/09 at 7:58 AM