Coronavirus North Dakota
Bismarck Farmer Creates Corn Maze For Community Fun
The corn maze will be available to the public beginning September 17th until the end of October.
Bismarck Police Cancels Tri-City Community Picnic.
The event may be rescheduled when it's safe.
Will Homelessness Numbers Spike In North Dakota?
Many North Dakotans face being kicked-out of their homes that they were forced to stay in for a good portion of the year. Even with the help of the $1,200 stimulus check and the weekly unemployment checks, some families are struggling to pay the bills...
Bismarck Ground Round Temporarily Closing Because of COVID-19
According to a Facebook post, the Ground Round in Bismarck has temporarily closed its doors.
Bismarck Public Schools Move To A Hybrid Learning Schedule
This could be especially difficult for working parents with elementary students.
ND Native Americans Will Not Be Test Subjects For Vaccine Trials
North Dakota Native Americans will not be guinea pigs for COVID-19 vaccinations.
Bismarck Hospital Helps Patients Stay Connected With Loved Ones
Two employees at CHI St. Alexius in Bismarck wanted to help patients connect with the outside world.