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  • Education reform documentary to show Monday
    A free screening of “Most Likely to Succeed,” an award-winning, thought-provoking documentary on education reform, will be shown in seven North Dakota communities over 11 days, from Monday through Sept. 8.
  • Streets closed for Slide the City
    Slide the City and the Playing in the Streets Festival will shut down a portion of Sunset Drive in Mandan on Saturday.Street closures and parking restrictions will be in place to accommodate the event and ensure public safety. Event parking…
  • Bis-Man Transit board lays out cost impacts
    An audience of 50 met with the Bis-Man Transit Board of Directors Thursday at the Bismarck Public Library and learned what cost impact their suggestions might have on future paratransit and fixed bus routes. No action was taken and no…
  • Panel weighs pros, cons of business incentives
    The extent to which government should be involved in business incentives was debated by a five-member panel at the Greater North Dakota Chamber Policy Summit held Thursday at the Ramkota.
  • Panel debates proposed tobacco tax
    Public health costs and veterans' needs were pitted against the correct level of government regulation of business during a debate over a proposed tobacco tax measure Thursday.
  • Speakers ask business leaders to consider addiction, mental health issues
    In light of growing conversation in North Dakota about substance abuse and mental health, a panel of speakers asked business leaders Thursday to change the way they treat these issues at work.
  • Social to celebrate, encourage further women's progress
    Aug. 26, 1920 — when the 19th Amendment was ratified and women were granted the right to vote — was a day of celebration for women across the United States.
  • Trail ride against cancer begins Sept. 9
    Cowboy Up: Journey for a Cure will begin Sept. 9 on the Minnesota border, with a trio composed of Bruce and Carol Van Den Einde and Scott Olerud.
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