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Social distancing means avoiding large gatherings and maintaining distance (approximately 6 feet) from others when possible. While we’re at it, let’s remember to keep it 300 feet or more for larger wildlife.

U.S. Department of Agriculture Service Centers nationwide will continue to conduct business but by phone only. Fieldwork will continue with appropriate social distancing as precautionary measures to help prevent the spread of coronavirus. While program delivery staff will continue to come in…

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The Capital City Coin Club was to host its 51st Annual Trade Show on Saturday and Sunday, April 4 & 5, 2020, at the Eagles Club, 313 North 26th Street, in Bismarck ND.    

The State Spelling Bee, scheduled for Monday, March 23, 2020, at the Ramkota in Bismarck, ND, is being suspended and will not occur on March 23, 2020.  The decision by NDACS is in response to the statement issued by the ND High School Activities Association on March 13, 2020, regarding suspe…

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BOWMAN, ND – Celebrity Waiter Dinner, Southwest Healthcare Services’ annual fundraiser, generated roughly $40,000 this year, exceeding the mark set in 2019. The 11th annual event was hosted at the 4 Seasons Pavilion on Leap Day, February 29, 2020.

Members of North Dakota’s American Legion Posts of the 7th and 8th  District and their Auxiliary will gather in Center at the Civic Center, 132 North Lincoln Ave, for their 2020 Spring District Meeting on Saturday, April 4th starting at 1:30 pm central time.  A meal will be served at noon fo…

In today’s culture we find there are many people that are in bondage. There are many types of bondage like physically, emotionally, mentally, financially and spiritual. I do not have time to go through all the different types, so I want to focus on being in spiritual bondage.

A Bowman police officer received a “Top Gun” award for scoring the highest average in a recent statewide drug recognition expert training program.

The U.S. Census Bureau goes to great lengths to count everyone once, only once, and in the right place. Just as in previous censuses, the Census Bureau has an outreach strategy specifically tailored to reach rural and remote households to ensure everyone is counted in the 2020 Census.

As insurance companies push doctors to save money by switching their patients to generic drugs, complaints about those generics appear to be on the upswing.  That’s the observation of journalist Katherine Eban, who has written a book, “Bottle of Lies,” that tells a very dark tale about the g…

Volunteer instructors for the North Dakota Game and Fish Department were recently recognized at the annual recognition event in Bismarck.

Bowman, ND – Hundreds of enthusiastic young students & volunteers will attend the Bowman County School Wednesday, February 26, 2020 for their “1st ANNUAL” - Bowman Marketplace for Kids Education Day.

During a Rhame city meeting, the co-op was asked to add grocery items to their shelves.  This inspired them to reorganize, paint, refinish the floors, and add more items to their shelves in order to benefit the community of Rhame and the surrounding areas.

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Everyone likes to win; it’s a universal fact.  Here, we have just a few of the recent wins in our area.  Whether it’s at Tug-a-War, Golf or a Science Fair, our communities are proud of these accomplishments.

Presidents’ Day started first in 1885, when the first American president had his birthday on February 22 made into a federal holiday.

Slope County may be the least populous county in the state, but it will also be playing a key role in a pilot project for electronically posting land access for hunters.

In this week’s photos, the Bulldogs of yesteryear competed in Track & Field and Wrestling and traveled to Williamsburg.  Where are they today?

INDIANAPOLIS (Monday, Feb. 16, 2020 National FFA Organization) – Agriculture is part of our daily lives—from the food we eat to the clothes we wear. This week, more than 653,000 FFA members will celebrate the role agriculture plays in our lives while sharing the message of agricultural educa…

At a recent meeting of the Bowman Community Chorus Scholarship and Steering committee funds from the 2019 Christmas concert were distributed to local entities. Very generous free will offerings from the two concerts and generous donations from many area businesses and sales of DVDs of the co…

Pictured above from the left are Dave Nygaard and Jerri Storer from the Arc, Little Missouri, Inc. and from the right are Mike Klein, Carolynne Jones, and Mary Anderson from ABLE, Inc.

The big game Sunday in Amidon was more than on the two televisions showing off the battle between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers.