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Past articles by Hayley:

ND state tax commissioner taken to jail for detox

Bismarck Police said North Dakota Tax Commissioner Ryan Rauschenberger was held at the Burleigh Morton Detention Center on detox Monday. → Read More

Rapid testing remains a reliable option, according to NDDoH

With more and more businesses implementing COVID-19 vaccine and testing guidelines, rapid testing creates a quick and easy option to get results. But just how accurate are they? → Read More

Winners of Governor’s Photo Contest announced

Gov. Doug Burgum, R-N.D., announced the winners for the Governor’s Photo Contest Wednesday. → Read More

Oil prices are up, but for how long?

Oil prices are experiencing an uptick, but investment experts warn it may not last. → Read More

A man and woman were injured after a stabbing in Bismarck, a second woman in custody

The suspect, a second woman, is in custody for aggravated assault. → Read More

Changes that could impact you in the 2022 City of Bismarck budget

The 2022 budget for the City of Bismarck is up for an approval vote at Tuesday’s city commission meeting. → Read More

Small businesses in North Dakota defy national trends

While the pandemic has created economic challenges for many, some locally-owned establishments in the state have remained resilient. → Read More

Summer tourism trends look promising in North Dakota

North Dakota Tourism officials had hoped that this past summer would offer a rebound in visitors compared to 2020. So far, the trends are looking promising. → Read More

Bismarck conducting “lid lift” trash study

The City of Bismarck is conducting a garbage collection set-out study with HDR Engineering this week. Surveyors are taking photos of materials being set out for collection in order to analyze waste management in the city. → Read More

Sanford ‘Psychalists’ help patients inside and outside of the clinic

The Sanford Health Foundation Great American Bike Race, known as GABR, is one of the largest stationary bike races in the country. It raises money to help pay for medical expenses for children with life-altering conditions. → Read More

Woman dies in Adams County crash

Officials say the driver wasn’t wearing a seatbelt, and died after being transported to a Bismarck hospital. → Read More

18-year-old killed in Bismarck motorcycle crash

An SUV attempted to turn onto Slate Drive when a motorcycle struck the vehicle. → Read More

North Dakota misses 70 percent vaccination goal; hope remains

Less than half of U.S. states reached the White House’s goal to vaccinate 70 percent of adults for COVID-19 by July 4. → Read More

A new kayak, paddle board and pontoon rental shack opens up in Mandan

Dockside LLC has 2 pontoons, 6 kayaks and 10 paddleboards for rent and they also sell convenience store items. → Read More

ND DOT requests public input for Highway 67 through Scranton

The DOT has opened public comment on a proposed project for ND Highway 67 through Scranton. → Read More

Bismarck Fire Department responds to fire at condo

Fire officials say they received a report of an explosion and a deck on fire just before 4:30 p.m. on Saturday → Read More

Burleigh County bans fireworks

Burleigh County has banned the use of fireworks within the county, effective immediately. → Read More

Missing kayaker found after 10 days

41-year-old Joby Seagren went missing on June 5 while kayaking with a group. → Read More

Victim in Jet Ski accident identified after drowning on Missouri River

The victim was wearing a life vest, but was unconscious when first responders arrived. → Read More

North Dakota National Guard deployed to the nation’s capitol

This is the 12th mobilization for the unit since 2004, making it the most deployed unit in the North Dakota Army National Guard. → Read More