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North Dakota trying transportation initiative in 9 locations Monday, August 20

Nine North Dakota communities have been trying out new ideas in street design as part of a public transportation initiative. ND Moves aims to develop a statewide transportation plan that includes pedestrians, bikers and public transit.

Source: CP Bisman Local news feed | 21 Aug 2018 | 8:25 pm CDT

North Dakota pharmacists start program to track opioid abuse Sunday, August 19

Amy Werremeyer, NDSU School of Pharmacy; Michael Schwab, North Dakota Pharmacists Association; Elizabeth Skoy, NDSU School of Pharmacy; North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem; Mark Hardy, North Dakota Board of Pharmacy; Laura Anderson, North Dakota

Source: CP Bisman Local news feed | 21 Aug 2018 | 8:25 pm CDT

Former NFL player speaks out about Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy

Just over two years ago the National Football League admitted that there was a connection between Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy or CTE and playing football. Lowery was in Bismarck over the weekend talking to people about CBD oil products and how it can

Source: CP Bisman Local news feed | 21 Aug 2018 | 8:25 pm CDT

North Dakota trying transportation initiative in 9 cities

Nine North Dakota cities have been trying out new ideas in street design as part of a public transportation initiative. The group held an open house to present the latest data and project status, including information about demonstration projects that beg

Source: CP Bisman Local news feed | 21 Aug 2018 | 8:25 pm CDT

Miss America Foundation chairwoman strikes back at Cara Mund after mistreatment allegations

An update on the national reaction to Miss America Cara Mund's allegations of mistreatment within the Miss America Foundation. Sunday night, Chairwoman Gretchen Carlson struck back against Bismarck native Mund on twitter, claiming those allegations cost t

Source: CP Bisman Local news feed | 21 Aug 2018 | 8:25 pm CDT

Patrol identifies Bismarck man killed in motorcycle crash Sunday, August 19

The North Dakota Highway Patrol has identified a 65-year-old Bismarck man who was killed after a motorcycle crash in Emmons County. The Highway Patrol says Mark Henninger lost control of the motorcycle on state Highway 1804 west of Linton about 2:45 p.m.

Source: CP Bisman Local news feed | 21 Aug 2018 | 8:25 pm CDT

Distributing company supports Missouri River cleanup through beer sales

People hoping to make a new wave of cleanup around the Bismarck Mandan area hosted the inaugural year of Canoes for a Cause. Jerome Distributing will donate 50 cents for every case of Leinenkugel's sold during the summer months towards efforts to clean up

Source: CP Bisman Local news feed | 21 Aug 2018 | 8:25 pm CDT

Ribbon cutting at Buckstop Junction in Bismarck

The yellow ribbon was cut allowing the public to see the inside of a rebuilt internment camp that many volunteers helped recreate. "This is an opportunity to learn about that World War II period of time when there was an internment camp located at the sit

Source: CP Bisman Local news feed | 21 Aug 2018 | 8:25 pm CDT

Bismarck River Cleanup

For the second year in a row, a national dog jumping competition came to Minot giving locals an opportunity to show what their dog can do.

Source: CP Bisman Local news feed | 21 Aug 2018 | 8:25 pm CDT

11th Saddle Up Against Cancer takes place in Wilton

Riders from across the state saddled up at Emily Franklin's Pasture outside of Wilton for the 11th annual Saddle Up Against Cancer. "It's just a fun time for people to get together and go on a trail ride but also do it for a good cause."

Source: CP Bisman Local news feed | 21 Aug 2018 | 8:25 pm CDT