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Game warden exam set May 29

Game warden exam set May 29

© 2020 Lee EnterprisesGame warden exam set May 29Share thisYou have run out of free articles. You can support our newsroom by joining at our lowest rate!Already a subscriber? or .Loading&hellp;Please call 800-472-2273 to upgrade your subscription.Register for more free articlesStay logged in to skip the surveysThe test is at 10 a.m. on May 29 at the department's main office in Bismarck. Applicants must register online no later than May 27 through the  website.Get local news delivered to your inbox!© Copyright 2020 , 707 E. Front Ave Bismarck, ND |  |Powered by from .{{title}}{{summary}}You...

April 9, 2020
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North Dakota coronavirus news, May 27: Bismarck emergency declaration extended

North Dakota coronavirus news, May 27: Bismarck emergency declaration extended

© 2020 Lee EnterprisesNorth Dakota coronavirus news, May 27: Bismarck emergency declaration extendedShare thisHelp support our COVID-19 coverageWe're providing access to COVID-19 articles for free. Please help support our work by subscribing or signing up for an account. Already a subscriber? Log in.The latest North Dakota coronavirus news: Bismarck declaration, swimming, poetry and more.The Bismarck City Commission has voted to extend the city’s coronavirus-related emergency declaration.The initial declaration came on March 15. It was extended on April 14 for another month. Mayor Steve...

May 27, 2020
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Bismarck man sentenced to 4 years for abusing, raping infant

Bismarck man sentenced to 4 years for abusing, raping infant

You are the owner of this article.© 2020 Lee EnterprisesBismarck man sentenced to 4 years for abusing, raping infantShare thisYou have run out of free articles. You can support our newsroom by joining at our lowest rate!Already a subscriber? or .Loading&hellp;Please call 800-472-2273 to upgrade your subscription.Register for more free articlesStay logged in to skip the surveysA Bismarck man accused of inflicting what a prosecutor called “a significant injury” when he abused and raped an infant two years ago was sentenced Monday to four years in prison.Andrew Glasser, 33, entered an Alford...

February 24, 2020
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Bismarck Tribune, other Lee newspapers to furlough employees amid coronavirus outbreak

Bismarck Tribune, other Lee newspapers to furlough employees amid coronavirus outbreak

© 2020 Lee EnterprisesBismarck Tribune, other Lee newspapers to furlough employees amid coronavirus outbreakShare thisYou have run out of free articles. You can support our newsroom by joining at our lowest rate!Already a subscriber? or .Loading&hellp;Please call 800-472-2273 to upgrade your subscription.Register for more free articlesStay logged in to skip the surveysNorth Dakota’s two largest newspapers announced steps this week to trim costs amid the coronavirus outbreak.The Bismarck Tribune, along with all other newspapers owned by Lee Enterprises Inc., will furlough employees or cut...

April 4, 2020
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Willow City bar owner cited -- 5 times -- for defying governor's order

Willow City bar owner cited -- 5 times -- for defying governor's order

You are the owner of this article.© 2020 Lee EnterprisesWillow City bar owner cited -- 5 times -- for defying governor's orderShare thisHelp support our COVID-19 coverageWe're providing access to COVID-19 articles for free. Please help support our work by subscribing or signing up for an account. Already a subscriber? Log in.A Willow City bar owner who has been cited five times since March 25 for violating Gov. Doug Burgum’s order closing bars and restaurants to on-site service to help slow the spread of the new coronavirus says he "prefers a dangerous freedom to a peaceful slavery." David...

April 3, 2020
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Mandan woman allegedly sold more than half a ton of marijuana

Mandan woman allegedly sold more than half a ton of marijuana

You are the owner of this article.© 2020 Lee EnterprisesMandan woman allegedly sold more than half a ton of marijuanaShare thisYou have run out of free articles. You can support our newsroom by joining at our lowest rate!Already a subscriber? or .Loading&hellp;Please call 800-472-2273 to upgrade your subscription.Register for more free articlesStay logged in to skip the surveysPolice say a Mandan woman sold more than half a ton of marijuana between March 2018 and April 2019, when they found 170 pounds of pot in her rented storage unit and $150,000 cash in her car.Megan Isaak, 24, was...

November 29, 2019
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Tribes, North Dakota file final agreement in voter ID lawsuits

Tribes, North Dakota file final agreement in voter ID lawsuits

You are the owner of this article.© 2020 Lee EnterprisesTribes, North Dakota file final agreement in voter ID lawsuitsShare thisYou have run out of free articles. You can support our newsroom by joining at our lowest rate!Already a subscriber? or .Loading&hellp;Please call 800-472-2273 to upgrade your subscription.Register for more free articlesStay logged in to skip the surveysTerry Yellow Fat, a member of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe living in Fort Yates, shown here in November 2018, is one of the plaintiffs in a tribal lawsuit against the state of North Dakota over its voter...

April 24, 2020
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Speaking out: Use of COVID-19 aid to plug oil wells shows North Dakota’s failure

Speaking out: Use of COVID-19 aid to plug oil wells shows North Dakota’s failure

© 2020 Lee EnterprisesSpeaking out: Use of COVID-19 aid to plug oil wells shows North Dakota’s failureShare thisYou have run out of free articles. You can support our newsroom by joining at our lowest rate!Already a subscriber? or .Loading&hellp;Please call 800-472-2273 to upgrade your subscription.Register for more free articlesStay logged in to skip the surveysThe North Dakota Emergency Commission recently approved the use of $33.1 million in federal coronavirus aid to plug abandoned oil wells. State and oil industry officials portrayed the decision as an energy sector jobs program and an...

May 22, 2020
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North Dakota moves from 'moderate' to 'low risk' on coronavirus scale

North Dakota moves from 'moderate' to 'low risk' on coronavirus scale

You are the owner of this article.© 2020 Lee EnterprisesNorth Dakota moves from 'moderate' to 'low risk' on coronavirus scaleShare thisHelp support our COVID-19 coverageWe're providing access to COVID-19 articles for free. Please help support our work by subscribing or signing up for an account. Already a subscriber? Log in.Chris Jones, executive director of the North Dakota Department of Human Services.North Dakota leaders on Friday moved the state from "moderate" to "low" risk on a five-level coronavirus risk scale that influences operating protocols for various types of businesses and...

May 29, 2020
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COVID-19 confirmed in 2 Morton County residents; first evidence of community transmission

COVID-19 confirmed in 2 Morton County residents; first evidence of community transmission

You are the owner of this article.© 2020 Lee EnterprisesCOVID-19 confirmed in 2 Morton County residents; first evidence of community transmissionShare thisHelp support our COVID-19 coverageWe're providing access to COVID-19 articles for free. Please help support our work by subscribing or signing up for an account. Already a subscriber? Log in.The North Dakota Department of Health has confirmed two more cases of the disease that results from the new coronavirus and said it is the first evidence of community transmission of COVID-19 in the state.The new cases are both in Morton County -- a...

March 19, 2020
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