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BISMARCK

"I am only aware of the information reported by the media and there is not anything that has been reported that causes me to believe a crime occurred to make a referral," Julie Lawyer says of the deleted email scandal in the North Dakota Attorney General's Office.
One kiosk is on the ground floor, three are on the first floor and one is on the 18th floor. In-person visitors can follow maps from kiosk to kiosk or scan a code to take the tour on their smartphones.
Robert Bolinske Sr. was kept in jail over a weekend in 2019 without being formally charged. The North Dakota Supreme Court ruled his rights were violated, and now the case against him has been vacated.
Three Washington state men face federal charges after a search of a rental car near Bismarck.

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Derek Dillman got two years of supervised probation for wrapping string around woman’s neck.
The Ward County State's Attorney Office will decide whether to pursue charges against North Dakota for Term Limits, the group behind the petition, after claims it paid signature gatherers bonuses.
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The police file in this case, recently obtained by Forum News Service, reveals an initial investigation that failed to obtain information that could have shed light on Sandra Jacobson's relationship -- and life in general -- in the days and weeks before she vanished from Bismarck, North Dakota, in 1996.
The Catholic Diocese in Bismarck is investigating Michelle Duppong for canonization.
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A Forum News Service exclusive, from the full police case file: A re-investigation by the Bismarck Police Department into the disappearance of a mother and son explored the possibility of foul play, tracked phone and insurance records, and led to increasingly pointed questions for a family member.

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“There’s nothing more depressing than to get home and have an RV that doesn’t work,” North Star RV Inspections owner Wade Johnson says.
All of the 15 major industry sectors report taxable sales and purchases increases when compared to the first quarter of 2021.
The bikes, which sat in storage since late 2019, have been sold to the Bismarck Parks and Recreation District.

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