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Baldwin woman feeds the hungry

By Krista Rausch

A Baldwin woman is feeding the hungry, one trunk load at a time. LeAna Hug delivers food to nine different shelters, and she does it five days a week.

Bismarck light fight


After 10 years of spreading holiday spirit through lights, music and candy canes, two homes on Bismarck’s Chestnut Drive are about to catch the attention of the entire nation.

Bismarck Veteran Knows No Barriers

Buried line makes way for overhead retirement

If you’re living in a neighborhood with underground cable supplying your electricity, you get used to the scenery around you not being disrupted by overhead power lines and poles. Fortunately, underground lines have become the industry norm, especially in more densely populated areas such as Bismarck.

Horses help kids heal


When people think about animals helping humans, they often think about dogs helping people with disabilities. But, dogs aren’t the only ones that provide support. There’s a much larger breed of animals helping humans, and these gentle companions aren’t horsing around.

Trees provide a lasting tribute

Krista Rausch joins NDAREC/CEC


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